Saturday, 18 October 2008
Will You Stroke my Love Bombs, Wee One?
LWTC24/7 said it very nicely :
"More child porn" demands bin Laden in latest tape said an Al Qaeda member as he opened up his latest e-mail. After taking n the visual treat for 10 minutes or so, he clicked ‘Start, programs and then AQ 2008(SE).
Propaganda and Psy-Ops manifest themselves in different ways.
Don't believe the official line about 9/11 or 7/7?
You must be a conspiracy theorist - believing in Giant Lizards and David Icke as Montezuma.
Even Vlad Putin was characterised as a conspiracy theorist by The Graun.
If that doesn't work lets try something else.
As we know, the official line about the War of Terror is starting to wear a bit thin.
Even Christopher Hitchens, finally, said :
'There is no such organisation as ‘Al Qaeda’. The spooks know this, Cabinet Ministers know this and so do the ‘security correspondents’ who so readily trot out the spooks’ point of view on our broadcasting networks.'
Fewer and fewer people believe the Government line so, like junkies, they have to try something stronger to get the masses on board.
During the Summer, they tried the Russian Bear as being the latest terrorist threat.
Those and such as those were severely trashed when trying to put forward the view that 'Russia invaded Georgia'.
It didn't help that MillyVanilli was proved to be a 'figment of the imagination' who didn't even know who his enemy was.
Try something else.
So, now, Osama (sic) is a kiddie fondler? - and anyone who disbelieves the official line is a paedo?.
More Soma anyone?
As Stef says, 'Just how f***ing stupid do They think We are?!!'
Well, obviously they do.
Update : Friday 24th
John Pilger has a good article in The Graun about 'protecting the children' as an excuse for another land and resource grab.
'"The land grab of Aboriginal tribal land has nothing to do with child sexual abuse," says the Australian scientist Helen Caldicott, "but all to do with open slather uranium mining and converting the Northern Territory to a global nuclear dump."
Update : Sunday 26th
' . . . the Rudd government prepares plans for a field trial of internet service provider (ISP) filtering products, with a view to introducing them nationally.'
'The aim, he said, was to create a safer online environment for Australian children.'