Okay, I'm just going to come out and say it...

Saturday, January 21, 2006 at 08:23 PM

George W. Bush and his administration are in cahoots with Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda.

There. I said it.

Now before you all start calling me a "loony lefty," I'd like you to think about this for a minute or two.

WHY haven't we captured or killed OBL yet? Are you actually expecting me to believe that Osama is so super-sneaky that with our intelligence and our technology we have absolutely no fucking idea where he might be? I'm sorry, I can't believe that. Neither should anyone else.

If OBL was killed or captured right after the 9/11 attacks, GWB would not be president today. (Well, maybe with Diebold's help he would be, but he wouldn't have "won" the election...)

They play right into each other's hands. They both want a theocratic, fascist form of government in their respective worlds, and they're both doing whatever they can to make it happen.

So the U.S. kills a bunch of Iraqis. That pisses off OBL's followers and makes him stronger. Al-Qaeda will most likely retaliate by launching another massive attack on U.S. soil. That pisses off all Americans, who are then more than happy to "stand behind" GWB by giving up their rights under the ruse of security.

It couldn't have been planned better, actually.

And quite honestly, I can't see how the U.S. couldn't have had a hand in 9/11. It's very improbable that al-Qaeda pulled this off all by themselves, that there were "exercises" being done the exact same day, that the towers fell the way they did, that no one has ever actually seen a plane at the Pentagon, yadda, yadda, yadda. Too many coincidences for them to be coincidental.

So, a conspiracy theorist I guess I am. But think about it. Who wins? OBL and GWB. Who loses? Everyone else.

Mr. Bush is not interested in freedom in Iraq any more than he is interested in freedom here in the United States. GWB and OBL are playing a game, and our soldiers are merely pawns in their game.

Knowing the links between their families, this could have been planned years and years ago!

When the next attack comes -- and it WILL come -- say goodbye to your blogging, your internet searches (unless you care what Paris Hilton is up to these days) and other freedoms of expression and gathering information. Say hello to surveillance and suspicion.

My friends, the worst is yet to come.

And, if you happened to arrive here by a search engine, I hope it was Google.


[cross posted at Mixter's Mix