Thursday, September 11, 2008

al-Qaeda Bombs -- On film and In Battle

These days, the only time al Qaeda appears in the US is on video. After seven years, the US military has killed most of the death-craving leaders. Only a couple, including Osama bin Laden, have escaped, which is a hint that their death-wish is mostly talk. It's okay with Osama and his closest pals if others die in support of his mad pursuits, but he's doing everything possible to stay out of the gunsights of the US military.

Osama will have to increase his vigilance. US Special Forces teams are in Pakistan these days. Navy SEALs and others are in the wild tribal regions of Pakistan killing muslim bad guys and looking for Osama. Maybe they'll nail him today -- September 11 -- and force Obama, Osama's favorite in the pending presidential election, to find a new campaign issue.

Eventually US agents will find him. Maybe a clue will emerge from the videos he sends every year. The Unabomer was caught after his Manifesto was published by the New York Times and the Washington Post. He's believed to suffer from a kidney problem, and it's possible he depends on dialysis. It's probably tough to hide in remote mountains with bad kidneys. If that is his situation, he'll probably acquire an infection and die. But if a little luck comes our way, our Special Forces will find him first.

Meanwhile, times have been bad for the basic al Qaeda recruits. Or good, if death is their true goal. They've been dying wherever and whenever they battle US forces, and they have been destroyed in Iraq. These foolish muslims have embraced the new form of military outcome known as the Pyrrhic Loss.



Al-Qaeda Is Planning to Release 9/11 Video, U.S. Monitor Says

Sept. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Al-Qaeda is planning to release a video message within 24 hours to mark the seventh anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, a U.S.-based intelligence group said.

The terrorist network's media production unit as-Sahab published banners on the Internet earlier this week flagging the release, with a graphic saying ``Wait 11 September,'' IntelCenter, based in Alexandria, Virginia, said in an e-mailed statement today.

The banner showed a silhouette of a face with a question mark over it, according to IntelCenter, which provides counterterrorism intelligence support to the U.S., British, Australian and Canadian armed forces. The ``mystery speaker'' on the video may be al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden or a recording of the last will and testament of Mohammed Atta, one of the 9/11 hijackers, IntelCenter said.

Al-Qaeda regularly releases messages on the Internet and in May broadcast an audio message from bin Laden timed to coincide with Israel's 60th anniversary and President George W. Bush's visit to the region. In it, bin Laden condemned countries that are supportive of the Jewish state.

``This is the greatest amount of build-up al-Qaeda has generated for any anniversary video release designed to mark 9/11,'' IntelCenter said in a statement.

There have been no confirmed sightings of bin Laden since he escaped U.S.-led forces in the Tora Bora region of Afghanistan in December 2001.

2 Comments:

Blogger Torrance Stephens - All-Mi-T said...

i was teaching class at emory university when they told us to stop and that it was said a plane was heading toward the CDC. I was on faculty in school of public health - next to cdc

7:34 PM  
Blogger no_slappz said...

torrance,

You said you were teaching a class when you were informed a plane might be heading heading for the CDC.

What date? Was this on 9/11?

If I were a terrorist, I would crash a plane into the CDC with the goal of releasing the contents of the CDC into the air. However, there's a good chance a plane full of aviation fuel would start a fire that would destroy the diseases and viruses rather than spread them.

10:58 AM  

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