American Samizdat

Thursday, September 20, 2007. *
This recent Memri analysis found that most Iraqi jihadist sites were hosted in the United States. I've had questions since seeing this about how they're paid for and why they're allowed to continue in business. Only questions, you understand.....

The Al-Ramadiforum =
ISP: SoftLayer Technologies Inc., Dallas, TX, USA

The Shumukh Al-Islam forum
ISP: R & D Technologies LLC, Las Vegas, NV, USA

The 'Alam Al-Romansiyyaforum
ISP: Layered Technologies Inc., Frisco, TX, USA

The Al-Faluja forum: Supporting Jihad in Iraq
ISP: SoftLayer Technologies Inc., Dallas, TX, USA

The website of Harakat Al-Muqawama Al-Islamiyya Hamas-Iraq
ISP: Layered Technologies Inc., Frisco, TX, USA

The website of Al-Jaysh Al-Islami fi Al-Iraq
ISP: Zipa LLC, New Orleans, LA, USA

Blog devoted to the Baghdad Sniper
ISP: Google Inc., Mountain View, CA, USA

Blog devoted to Iraqi terrorist organizations
ISP: Carpathia Hosting, Ashburn, VA, USA

Blog featuring video messages by prominent Islamist figures (e.g. Al-Zarqawi)
ISP: Google Inc., Mountain View, CA, USA

It seems like everything we are told is a lie. EVERYTHING. If it wasn't a lie, it wouldn't need to be told to us, it would be obvious and we would know it. If we were winning the fake "war on terror," the stories wouldn't say "We Are Winning," they would say, "Drugs Found in Venezuelan Tanker," or "Threat of Global Warming Forces Innovative New Pre-emtive Climate-Saving Intervention Strategy," or some such other drivel. Anyone can make up the sad rationalizations the press bombards us with 24/7; it is evil child's play, a simple parlor game.

Ten years ago, the big new "thing" on the web was called "push technology," i.e. finding ways to prevent user choice -- the one feature which made the medium so attractive -- and shepard users into "portal sites," where they would be treated to the same gamut of advertising propaganda that they get 24/7 in every other activity of modern life.

Interesting in light of...

New Fake(?) Bin Laden Tapes

this new 'announcement' of Bin Laden tape to declare war on Musharraf.

CAIRO, Egypt - Osama bin Laden will release a new message soon declaring war on Pakistani President Gen. Pervez Musharraf, al-Qaida announced Thursday.

The announcement of the upcoming message came as al-Qaida released a new video in which bin Laden's deputy, Ayman al-Zawahri, boasted that the United States was being defeated in Afghanistan, Iraq and other fronts.
A banner posted on an Islamic militant Web site on Thursday advertised that another message would be released, though it did not say whether bin Laden would appear in video or speak in an audiotape.

"Soon, God willing: 'Come to Jihad (holy war)', from sheik Osama bin Laden, God protect him" the banner read.

"Urgent, al-Qaida declares war on the tyrant Pervez Musharraf and his apostate army, in the words of Osama bin Laden," it read.

Such advertisements usually precede the release of the video by one to three days, according to IntelCenter, a U.S. counterterrorism group that monitors militant messages.

After the recent dubious 'Bin Laden tape', with only still pictures while the voice over talked about recent events, plus the above also dubious hosting issues, we should judge this 'new evidence' carefully no?

Certainly gives Musharraff something to point at as a justification of major crackdown in Pakistan eh?

No video, only voice over. Released by Laura Mansfield
Mansfield, is an Arabic translator and former Associate Director of the Northeast Intelligence Network [1]. Mansfield is a contributor to World Net Daily and Both neo-con websites.

The CIA will confirm that the voice is Bin Laden's (via speech synthesis, but who will care) and when in the near future some outraged Pakistani will try to ouster Musharraff, the 'Bin Laden tape' will justify to kill them as 'Al-Qaida terrorists'.
posted by Uncle $cam at 3:04 PM
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