Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Osama Bin Laden’s Agenda

Bin Laden warns Europe over Mohammed cartoons

WASHINGTON (AFP) — Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden warned Europe Wednesday of a "reckoning" for publishing controversial cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, monitoring groups said.

You can read the full article by clicking here.

There is something fishy going on here. There are only a few reasons for Bin Laden to continue to taunt the U.S. Here are some of my theories. First, the Bush administration planned the 911 attacks and the atrocities that followed with Bin Laden to grow personal wealth. Second, Bin Laden did not post the new video; rather, it is a phony produced by the Bush administration to help support McCain’s candidacy. Third, Bin Laden is egging on the US, so the US continues its war efforts in the Middle East. If governments collapse, it would make it easier for Bin Laden’s gorillas to take over more regions.

What are your theories?


Bradda said...


Bradda said...

Sorry you should lessen your font size to make it less in your face. Don't worry, I'm going away.

alzaido alzaido said...

Thank you for the feedback Bradda. I have noted, reflected, and corrected the font. So, back to the point of my post; why do you think a new Bin Laden video surfaced now (while McCain is in the Middle East)? It just doesn’t add up.

Kup said...

I agree, it does not add up. Then again, OBL is a nut. One must always keep this in mind. I am not sure I see a conspiracy as much as a coincidence. I would imagine he would prefer McCain to Obama/Clinton, as a fuck up in the White House only furthers his cause. I do think its interesting that he addresses Europe specifically, though the Danish cartoon thing is resurfacing. Maybe he and McCain cut a deal?

alzaido alzaido said...

You raise some interesting points Sal. McCain in the white house would most likely help the Bin Laden cause. Also, perhaps you are on to something with a deal that may have been struck. OK, so Bin Laden is a nut, but he is an intelligent nut. He seems to put a lot of thought in his plans, does not typically act rashly, and he is patient, often taking years to carry out sophisticated plans.

Anonymous said...

I agree with Alzaido's last post.