Thursday, February 13, 2003

Bin Laden calls? CIA blind man's bluff!

[Allegedly Bush demon] Bin Laden calls Saddam 'infidel' but backs Iraq?

A [US propaganda, fear-mongering] taped message purportedly from Osama bin Laden has warned Arab nations against supporting a war against Iraq but has branded Saddam Hussein an infidel.

[Just plain rubbish!]

In the recording, a man's voice is heard calling on Iraqis to draw on Al Qaeda's experience from fighting United States forces at the Tora Bora complex in Afghanistan.

The BBC reports from Baghdad that the quality of the tape broadcast on Al-Jazeera television was poor and the timing for Iraq even worse.

The Iraqi Government has repeatedly tried to distance itself from Al Qaeda and advice reputedly from Osama bin Laden is unlikely to be welcome in Baghdad at this critical juncture.

The message calls on Iraqis to make suicide attacks and talks of the importance of drawing the enemy into long, close and tiring fighting.

It calls the Americans crusaders and says anyone who helps them or fights with them should know he is an apostate - a person who has foresaken religion.

Others will see the tape as likely to help the US as it tries to cement a case against Iraq.

The US says the tape confirms a link between Iraq and Al Qaeda.

[But in reality the tape confirms a link between the criminal USA, CIA, Osama bin Laden, the fake war on terror and fear-mongering propaganda by the Coalition of the Killing, PNAC.]

By George Bush 13 Feb 03


The Australian Federal Opposition and Labor Party Leader, Simon Crean, has again warned the U.S. ambassador to stop meddling in Australian politics.

War: Part one The human cost
On the road to Basra, ITV was filming wild dogs as they tore at the corpses of the Iraqi dead. Every few seconds a ravenous beast would rip off a decaying arm and make off with it over the desert in front of us, dead fingers trailing through the sand, the remains of the burned military sleeve flapping in the wind. "Just for the record,'' the cameraman said to me. Of course. Because ITV would never show such footage.

Mandela speaks out against Bush, Blair
Former South African leader Nelson Mandela has lashed out at US President George W Bush's stance on Iraq, saying the US leader has no foresight, and cannot think properly.

All the way with (LPK) Love Peace and Kindness: Dalai Lama
Communication is a two way street. Threats and punishment solve nothing and serve none. In fact it is against the law in most countries to threaten or punish a person.

Hill defends decision to attack Iraq: Step by step?
FEDERAL Defence [War] Minister [Sinister] Robert Hill has defended the government's decision to send troops [ send militia] to the Persian Gulf [ to attack Iraq] in readiness for any [pre-emptive strike that would cause a] conflict with Iraq.

Pleas for peace ring the globe
Anti-war demonstrators turned out in their hundreds of thousands around the world on Saturday to protest against United States military preparations for an invasion of Iraq.

Not too late for Iraq peace, Blix says
But we all know that's rubbish now. The Coalition of the Killing were not seeking WMD in Iraq, they were there for their resource wars. So who gave the 'UN' and Blix the wrong information back then? War criminals!

George Bush's other poodle
John Howard, Australia's PM, is the mouse that roars for America, whipping his country into war fever and paranoia about terrorism within.

US prepares for trade talks with Australia but it's not worth it!
The office of the United States Trade Representative has started formally preparing its negotiating position for the first round of talks on a free trade agreement between Australia and the US.

First strike and you're out!
The ideology of a super loser? John Howard shocks the nation again. A nation who cannot believe Howard's stupidity following his [complicity in the CIA's false flag operation, the Bali bombing.]

UN charter doesn't reflect new self-defence needs: Hill?
The Defence [War] Minister, Robert Hill, says the United Nations' charter needs to be changed to help countries defend themselves against potential threats. [?] [Pre-emptive strikes on soveriegn nation states like Iraq and Afghanistan?]