Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Back And To The Left

REUTERS: Paris - French secret services produced nine reports between September 2000 and August 2001 looking at the al-Qaida threat to the United States, and knew it planned to hijack an aircraft, the French newspaper Le Monde said on Monday.

That means al-Qaida is real, al-Qaida is a threat, al-Qaida is a real threat, al-Qaida is a real threat to the United States (and the Anglo-Christo world).

REUTERS: The newspaper said it had obtained 328 pages of classified documents that showed foreign agents had infiltrated Osama bin Laden’s network and were carefully tracking its moves.

Lots of documents. Foreign agents had infiltrated OBL's network. OBL network is real; carefully tracked. Initially the US floated the excuse that al-Qaida cells were impossible to infiltrate for a variety of reasons, exceptin' for Johnny Walker Lindh. But the French infiltrated the network or the CIA or Mossad or everyone?

REUTERS: One document prepared in January 2001 was entitled, “Plan to hijack an aircraft by Islamic radicals,” and said the operation had been discussed in Kabul at the start of 2000 by al-Qaida, Taliban and Chechen militants.

Islamic radicals,Talibanman, Chechenistas, pinkos and commies - no, wait, those last two were the last generation's evildoers. There's a lot of Kabul in those documents.

REUTERS: The hijack was meant to happen between March and September 2000 but the planners put it back “because of differences of opinion, particularly over the date, objective and participants,” Le Monde said, citing the report.

Tells us "they" are not addicted to instant gratification. They took time to determine the particulars of the 9/11 plot. "They" have patience, how evil. And their next attack could be the really really big one with all that patience.

REUTERS: Le Monde said the French report of January 2001 had been handed over to a CIA operative in Paris, but that no mention of it had ever been made in the official U.S. September 11 Commission, which produced its findings in July 2004.

Ah ha! The CIA had knowledge of the report because the French gave it to them. Hasn't this "news" been news more than a few times?

REUTERS: “You have to remember that a plane hijack (in January 2001) did not have the same significance as it did after Sept. 11. At the time, it implied forcing a plane to land at an airport and undertaking negotiations,” said Pierre-Antoine Lorenzi.

Oh. The word hijack meant something totally different pre-911, but still, did the 9/11 Commission know about the French report? And if not, why not, hmmm? Remember Condi and the PDB? Let's investigate that shall we? Again.

REUTERS: Le Monde said the documents showed the French believed bin Laden was still receiving help from family members and senior officials in Saudi Arabia ahead of Sept. 11, 2001, despite attempts to clamp down on the network after al-Qaida’s attacks on U.S. embassies in Tanzania and Kenya in 1998.

Ya see?! The Saudi were helping OBL and everyone knows Bush holds hands with the Saudi. Somehow, killing Black Africans in 1998 was supposed to further the radical Islamic cause of Death to America. See how big the threat grew because the US didn't hunt down OBL and his crew under Clinton? Makes me wonder if a faction of the global elite preferred Africa as a springboard to the ME.

---I thought this Reuters piece a typical example of hypnotic news. Subliminal, repetitive, with common talking points. Points for both sides of the aisle. News that bolsters the rightwing sheeple's fear of Islam and al-Qaida is real and al-Qaida did it and al-Qaida is our worst enemy – while giving the leftwing the talking points that the French government is a friend of the American sheople, that the bUSh government had information, hid information, cannot be trusted - elect democrats.

A mile wide and an inch deep - "shallow news" - to promote the idea that folks need government protection from a world of evil; so pay up.

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