Osama’s “Trotskyite” Experiment

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    I sort of figured it come down to this. According to the neocons over at the Weekly Standard, the Rupert Murdoch publication so popular it loses a million bucks each year, “al-Qaeda” is nothing but the next act of the Left’s rolling “Death Cult,” a Left, we are assured by a letter posted on the American Thinker, embracing “Revolutionary Ethos,” never mind the Shariah of Ibn Abdul Wahhab is diametrically opposed to feminism and postmodernism. But we shouldn’t allow such realities to get in the way. Osama’s latest CIA basement tape was churned out precisely to hitch bedlamite Islam to the “progressive” movement, as the idea is to heap infamy upon those who oppose the corporatist plan to reduce the planet to a slave plantation and sweat shop.

    In Bushzarro world, as time passes and each of us grow older, Osama gets younger and miraculously overcomes debilitating disease. Suddenly he is preaching about the evils of climate change and imperialism, same as any self-respecting and card-carrying Green party member. Osama reads Chomsky and Blum from his Afghan cave, books no doubt ordered from Amazon, as we know all cave-dwelling terrorists have Wi-Fi connections on their laptops and UPS delivers anywhere, even Jalalabad.

    Meanwhile, neocon wunderkind, Walid Phares, begs to differ, if only a little. “The Trotskyite ‘experiment’ of Bin Laden of his ‘anarcho-Jihadist’ advisors may not have been the greatest idea: Because as one can see from the reactions, many of the purest Jihadists can’t absorb the Marxian theories of Global Corporations. They only seek the good old Jihad against the Kuffar. They have gotten too much Wahhabism in their madrassa ’schooling.’ Their doctrinaires are Hassan al Banna and Sayid Qutb, not Noam Chomsky… or some Harvard elitist,” the darling of Benador Associates writes. In short, let’s get back to hating Muslims for their religion, the hallmark of any neocon worth his salt, and knock off all the western ideological mumbo jumbo.

    Of course, some commentators can’t help themselves, for instance the “conservative” folks over at Power Line, who write that “the affinity between Muslim extremism and Western leftism has never been so clearly displayed. Bin Laden sounds for all the world like a Marxist. He praises Noam Chomsky as one of the ‘most capable’ of American war opponents. Over and over, he attributes American foreign policy to ‘the owners of the major corporations.’ In bin Laden’s view, ‘[t]hose with real power and influence are those with the most capital,’ and ‘the essence of man-made positive laws is that they serve the interests of those with capital and thus make the rich richer and the poor poorer,” in other words, if you happen to believe at least some of this is true—”real power and influence” is indeed wielded by corporatist interests, as should be obvious—you are an “al-Qaeda” fellow traveler. Naturally, intelligence organizations serving the above mentioned corporatist interests built-in the Chomsky element to the dead Osama’s latest diatribe, as people are beginning to realize that in fact most of our problems are a direct result of the corporatist—i.e., as Mussolini noted, fascist—game plan, well advanced.

    Finally, while Osama’s patently absurd speech—partially delivered over a long freeze frame—is still fresh in memory, the neocon opportunist, funded in part by CIA operative and Richie Rich Richard Mellon Scaife, David Horowitz and the Terrorism Awareness Project have declared October 22-26 “Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week.” Horowitz tells us it will serve as a “wake-up call for Americans on 200 university and college campuses.”


    Bin Lazarus' latest Hollywood box office smash continues with the same old neocon line of propaganda. Namely..."if you aren't gung ho for war, wars and more war yer with "al Qeada". Oh brother, can it be any more obvious that Bin Lazarus' speech writters reside in the Pentagon, American Enterprise Institue and the WH?

    "If you aren't with 'us' yer with the terrorists".

    This latest video production of the late Bin Lazarus would be really funny if it weren't so lame and unimaginative. And predictable. And apparently effective too. Even some around BB have picked up on the "vibes" Bin Lazarus' ghost has put out this time around and actually started to link Jihadists with liberals and "anti-war" types. :laugh:
    #1 poncho, Sep 14, 2007
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