Sunday, November 21, 2010

CIA Crows About It's Cheap, Phony Terror

'Good bargain for us': Al-Qaida group touts small-scale attacks

"Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula is promising more small-scale attacks like its attempts to bomb two U.S.-bound cargo planes, which it likens to bleeding its enemy to death by a thousand cuts.

The editors of a special edition of the Yemeni-based group's English on-line magazine, Inspire, boast that what they call Operation Hemorrhage was cheap, and easy, using common items that together with shipping, cost only $4,200 to carry out.

"It is such a good bargain for us to spread fear amongst the enemy and keep him on his toes in exchange of a few months of work and a few thousand bucks," AQAP said in its online Inspire magazine, released on militant websites

I've always liked the spooks' straightforward names for their operations, "Al Qaeda in (whatever country). So simple and easy for the dummies to understand, rather than some flamboyant thing like "Willing Resistance To Ongoing Western Subjugation, God Willing". Or even worse, الله مستعد لمقاومة الإخضاع الغربية الجارية ، على استعداد
Here from MSNBC the CIA is basically trying to remind us about their made up omnipresent boogeymen, that their phony tonerbomb was really real and that by cracky they're going to keep on keepin' us scared with their false flag antics. Only budget restraints these days means they'll have to do it on the cheap.
I'd expect more of this plainly transparent garbage to coincide with other efforts to justify TSA abuse at the airports and soon to be all over the country.


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