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10-05-2006, 02:09 AM
U.S. Government Caught Red-Handed Releasing Staged Al-Qaeda Videos

Immediate Congressional investigation demanded, media oversight of clear and deliberate psychological warfare against American population non-existent

Paul Joseph Watson/Prison Planet.com | October 5 2006

Revelations that the US government had been in possession of footage released on Sunday depicting alleged Al-Qaeda hijackers and Osama Bin Laden since 2001 and evidence that the footage itself was filmed by security agencies, went unquestioned by the media - who blindly towed the official line that the tape was released by Al-Qaeda. This is smoking gun proof that the U.S. government is staging the release of alleged Al-Qaeda tapes and it demands an immediate Congressional investigation.

Segments of the video that were interspersed with footage of the "laughing hijackers," Jarrah and Atta, showing Bin Laden giving a speech to an audience in Afghanistan on January 8 2000, were culled from what terror experts describe as surveillance footage taken by a "security agency."

This explains the lack of a soundtrack in the video and the fact that the tape does not focus solely on Bin Laden but pans around and shows the attendees in the audience.

Furthermore, film of the Bin Laden speech, reported by the dominant media as new footage, was previously broadcast in the UK docudramaThe Road to Guantanamo, which was first seen on British television nearly seven months ago in March.


10-05-2006, 04:09 AM
Well...what can one say? Not only is it a "conspiracy", it is a pathetically run one at that.

We should get together and form a "think tank" called 'Patriots For Better Scams'. They insult us as they try to enslave us. Are we sure Satan is running this? 5000 years of practice? I reckon a New Age flake of a Corporate Warrior downsized him for lack of a suitable degree and the company is going broke fast all the while head office assures all is well with another 'beautiful set of numbers' downloaded from an Excel Spreadsheet.