Sunday, May 09, 2010

Lone nuttery

I'm getting a strong Lee Harvey Oswald vibe off the Faisal Shahzad story. The conspirators had a series of big plans for the Oswald tale, including an attack on Cuba or even a nuclear war with the Soviet Union (that's why they had built in layers of connections between Oswald and various characters who could be described as communist agents). Unfortunately for them, the escape of Oswald from assassination at the School Book Depository or the Texas Theater meant that they had to scale back their plans to 'lone nut'.

We're seeing exactly the same scenario with Faisal Shahzad. He was obviously supposed to die in some sort of confrontation with law enforcement, and his continued life - together with the unfortunate slip about Army planes illegally performing law enforcement activities on American soil (one of the key signs of fascism, btw) - meant that the big plans for the phony terrorist attack had to be trimmed. The lying mainstream media did its job automatically, with extremely specific and detailed connections between Shahzad and Pakistani 'terrorist' groups. With Shahzad alive, and capable of talking, the Official Story has become . . . lone nut.

Of course, the conspirators will still make the best of a bad situation, using Shahzad as the excuse to increase the scope of illegal drone attacks on innocent Pakistanis. There will be more no-fly list nonsense in the United States. Any 'terrorist' attack also allows the Security Industrial Complex to make more money, and the increased strategy of tension against the American people allows for the promotion of more Wars For The Jews.
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