Thursday, December 27, 2007

Possible Reason For Bhutto's Death?

Check out what she says in passing at the 6:10 mark.


Blogger spooked said...

Aha! So THAT's what happened to Osama!

Good video, thanks.

27/12/07 8:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, thank you for the post.
Maybe something will emerge from her ashes that will revivify a country needing reform.
Martyrdom sometimes can do what the living cannot.
I miss her, she seemed noble to me.

27/12/07 9:06 PM  
Blogger nolocontendere said...

She just blithely mentions that about Osama in passing, as if it were common knowledge. It must have really jolted the CIA/Mossad/ISI something awful.

She apparently was a crook, anon, but nobody deserves that sort of fate.

27/12/07 10:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll say this much. They timed it right, whoever did it, cuz not only will most westerners be too busy partying this weekend to care, most of them will be partying straight through to the new year.

By that time, it'll be like, "Bhutto? Oh, yeah, I heard she got plugged. Damn this hangover, I need some coffee."

28/12/07 4:52 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

I don't think Bhutto was any more crooked than any politician in that part of the world, and she may have been better. Much of the corruption was from her husband.

28/12/07 5:32 AM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

Unbelievable - a whole lot to think about there.

28/12/07 7:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very plausible motive. Without the boogie man Usama bin Laden, much of the wind is taken out of the sales of this so-called imaginary war on terror. Many people profiting from this illegal war have a motive of silencing certain people who have the courage to speak out.

28/12/07 5:56 PM  
Blogger Bpaul said...


29/12/07 10:28 AM  
Blogger Bpaul said...

Ok I reposted this with appropriate nods to ya'll here at the lipstick.

A note: Apparently you have the blog set so it's all one URL. I couldn't grab a separate URL for the Bhutto post alone. You may consider changing your settings, because that way I could have just directed traffic straight where I wanted to in your blog.

It might be a glitch too, but I remember setting something along the lines of 'each post its own webpage' when I did my blogger set up. Check it out, it's helpful to us coat-tail-riders. :-)


29/12/07 10:37 AM  
Blogger David said...

So several thoughts jumped to mind after I picked my jaw up off the floor. Could she have misspoken? Meant someone else? It seems astonishing the interviewer didn't pick that up and ask her to restate it. I have to go back and look because I didn't catch the timestamp for the interview. Certainly more than one group or individual felt threatened by her. The man she is referring to sounds like someone in the ISI which operates pretty independently in Pakistan.

Thanks. Thoughtprovoking.

29/12/07 1:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just read a report at infowars that said AQ claimed responsibility for the assaassination. But we know that AQ really works for the US Empire, so that means Musharif and the US Fascist party was behind it.

This is meant to divide Pakistan's anti-Musharif population (aside from simply ridding him of his main opposition leader).

30/12/07 6:22 AM  

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