Friday, October 1, 2010

Rahm as Mafia Chief of Chicago, bin Laden as Humanitarian



Emanuel leaves the White House to try and begin his own personal empire in Chicago.

aangirfan sums up the story of Rahm.

It's bad news for the vast majority of folks in Chicago while a few will reap the benefits of his expertise in corruption.










Meanwhile the SITE 'Intelligence' Group  breaks out their copyrighted cartoon character as the Mossad/CIA try to soften their dead buddy's image.


This image from video provided by the SITE Intelligence Group shows the still picture of Osama bin Laden shown on the video released on jihadist forums on Oct. 1, 2010. Al-Qaida released a new audio tape of Osama bin Laden Friday Oct. 1, 2010 in which the leader of the terror network calls for the creation of a relief body to aid Muslims harmed in natural disasters and wars. The authenticity of the tape could not be immediately verified. (AP Photo/SITE Intelligence Group) MANDATORY CREDIT: SITE INTELLIGENCE GROUP; ON-SCREEN LOGO MUST NOT BE OBSCURED; AP 
Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden called for the creation of a new relief body to help Muslims in an audiotape released Friday, seeking to exploit discontent following this summer's devastating floods in Pakistan by depicting the region's governments as uncaring.

It was the third message in recent weeks from al-Qaida figures concerning the massive floods that affected around 20 million people in Pakistan, signaling a concentrated campaign by the terror group to tap into anger over the flooding to rally support.

But while the earlier messages by subordinates were angry, urging followers to rise up, bin Laden took a softer, even humanitarian tone - apparently trying to broaden al-Qaida's appeal by presenting his group as a problem-solving protector of the poor.

"What governments spend on relief work is secondary to what they spend on armies," bin Laden says on the 11-minute tape titled "Reflections on the Method of Relief Work." {more}


“May you live in interesting times”

5 comments:

  1. Looks like they're trying to make their copyrighted cartoon character seem more human and less cartoony.

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  2. Very good. Thanks for the link.

    - Aangirfan

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  3. Do you guys see satan every time you see rhammy's satanic face? I do, so here:

    rhammy the satan

    Chicago is fvcked even more since he wants to be the dark lord (mayor).

    Kenny, since our media doesn't like to report petty peasants dying in Pakistan due to the "natural" flood 'cause that will take up too much of the air time.

    When are we going to see binny's long dead body floating down the river along side with some peasants anytime soon?

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  4. Good News About Obama Appointments
    From Middle East Forum, by Steve Rosen, Wed, 19 Nov 2008:

    Previous postings raised questions about potential nominees to Obama Administration positions regarding their views on Israel, Iran, the Palestinians, and other issues. Today, I focus on reasons to have confidence that the incoming team will do positive things in the Middle East. Many of the candidates already nominated or rumored to be likely appointees, are well known to and highly regarded by AIPAC and other pro-Israel organizations. My colleagues, and in some cases I, had contacts and dealings with each of these people over the years, and we had evidence that gave us confidence. This includes

    * Rahm Emmanuel, Chief of Staff to the President;
    * Ron Klain, Chief of Staff to Vice President Biden;
    * Jim Steinberg, likely to be Deputy National Security Adviser or National Security Adviser to Obama;
    * Tony Blinken, likely to be National Security Adviser to the Vice President;
    * Greg Craig, White House Counsel;
    * Pete Rouse, White House adviser
    * Jim Messina, Deputy Chief of Staff to the president;
    * Phil Schiliro, Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs;
    * Dennis Ross, rumored for several top diplomatic positions;
    * Jack Lew, rumored to head the National Economic Council;
    * Jane Harman and Tony Lake, rumored for top intelligence positions;
    * Janet Napolitano, who will head the Department of Homeland Security;
    * Richard Danzig, probable Deputy Secretary of Defense;
    * Richard Clarke, rumored for a ntational security post,; and many others.

    Posted by Steve Lieblich

    http://jiw.blogspot.com/2008/11/good-news-about-obama-appointments.html

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