Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Soon they are coming after you!

The Obama Administration has taken the unprecedented step of authorising the killing of a US citizen, the radical Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki.

Assassinating a citizen without a trial? Wow, this guy must be a terrible man and there is tons of evidence that make it okay to kill him… right?

“Al-Awlaki is a proven threat,” one US official said. “He’s been targeted.”

Proven threat eh? So what did he do, did he slaughter lots of children while videotaping it? Is he a smoker?

He gained prominence after it emerged that he had been in frequent e-mail contact with Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the army psychiatrist who went on a shooting rampage in Fort Hood, Texas, in which 13 people died last November. After the Christmas Day airliner plot, US and Yemeni officials said that Mr al-Awlaki had met the suspected bomber, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, who tried to ignite explosives sewn into his underwear.

Ohoh… he had frequent e-mail contact with one man and then he had met yet another man. Interesting, but surely there’s more?

Mr al-Awlaki is believed to be hiding in Yemen, the supposed new home of al-Qaeda.

Okay…. So? Where is the evidence? What makes this guy so dangerous that he’s up for assassination?

The decision is extraordinary not only because Mr al-Awlaki is believed to be the first American whose killing has been approved by a US President, but also because the Obama Administration chose to make the move public.

We could assume there is more evidence we’re not being told about, but why not incorporate that in the official story? They are already warning the guy of impending death, so what if they say that they have DNA, fingerprints or witnesses?

Instead we’re being told that if you send emails to the wrong man, happened to bump into another man and move to the wrong place you can get killed, whenever, without a trial, by your own government.

So it makes it kind of strange outing such a murder, but not really...

This move that was made here was not the move to order the capture or killing of this guy. They were going to do that anyway. The real move that was made here was to make this public.

…you see not so long ago Militia groups, libertarians and folks with Ron Paul bumper stickers were deemed to be a threat to national security. An obscure government report it was, but nevertheless one in a long line of similar ideas seemingly setting root in Washington. And have you seen what they call the Tea Party people?

Yes, interesting times…


  1. Var får du all inspiration ifrån egentligen? Jag blir lika imponerad varje gång jag tittar in här.

    Undrar vad som skulle hänt om det var Bush som gjort samma sak? Fast det slår ändå inte att Clinton drog iväg missiler som avledningsmanöver när han skulle upp i rätten för att ha blivit avsugen av sin praktikant.

  2. Världen är full av vansinne, det svåra är att stänga ute ’inspirationen’…

  3. I guess you should not get too connected with people on Facebook...that seems to be owned by the CIA...especially when you could get killed for beeing so stupid of doing exactly that....

    ...or actually responding to peoples blogs...

    ...but hey, who want's to live life like a coward? I mean then you would die like a coward too...

    Would it be clever to remove the bastards in suit and tie from power before they kill you?

    Then cooperate for god's sake!

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  4. There are probably plans to entice a Sunni/Shia-conflict. You have one group living in Iran and...wait for it...Yemen. The others are living in Saud-land. So there is a possibility of a pinch-maneuver. If the powers that be have enough funds to pump up the emotions of the people. Of course the oil price would take jump, and all with call options would win.
    So if the US does not attack Iran, this is one scenario.
    Someone with a masters degree in finance could calculate what profits are to be made, especially if the costs are carried by the taxpayers and the profits end up in the pockets of a few key actors. Does the play on the Waterloo-battle ring a bell? You can use the same strategy here. After all, people are just people. Expendable creatures when there is money to be made.