Paul Joseph Watson
May 13, 2011
The US government must be quite disappointed with the fact that Islamic extremists have yet to attack the United States in “retaliation” for allegedly killing Bin Laden, because they seem to be doing everything in their power to rile up terrorists – this time with the claim that a significant stash of pornography was found in Bin Laden’s compound.
“The pornography recovered in bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, consists of modern, electronically recorded video and is fairly extensive, according to the officials, who discussed the discovery with Reuters on condition of anonymity.”
These “officials” were unable to explain how there came to be an “extensive” stash of electronic porn in a house that had no Internet connection.
But the real story behind yet another ludicrous turn in the manufactured Osama fable is the fact that CIA spooks admitted to creating fake videotapes which featured an actor dressed up as Bin Laden bragging about how he liked to have sex with boys.
On May 25 last year, the Washington Post reported on how the Agency had dreamed up ideas of discrediting both Saddam Hussein and Osama Bin Laden.
In Bin Laden’s case, the spooks, “Actually did make a video purporting to show Osama bin Laden and his cronies sitting around a campfire swigging bottles of liquor and savoring their conquests with boys,” a former CIA officer told the Post’s Jeff Stein.
The actors were drawn from “some of us darker-skinned employees,” he added.
We also learn that the CIA’s fake Bin Laden tape operation, not a conspiracy theory but an admitted fact, was subsequently taken over by crack psychological warfare personnel at Fort Bragg, the army’s special warfare center, which was presumably responsible for the dubious Bin Laden tapes released by the White House last weekend.
So having admitted to the fact that they produced fake videotapes of “Bin Laden” bragging about having sex with boys, the same intelligence complex, that has been caught over and over again lying about the alleged Bin Laden raid, now tells us that they found a huge stash of downloaded porn in a house that had no Internet connection.
This is P2OG in full force – the Bush-era black-ops program designed to “stimulate reactions” amongst terrorists – it’s like repeatedly hitting a wasp nest with a stick. They won’t need to pull a false flag because by deliberately enflaming anger throughout the Muslim world with continual taunts about how Bin Laden was gunned down in cold blood in his pajamas, about how he cowered and threw his wife in front of the gun, about his perverted porn stash, the Obama administration is virtually guaranteeing the backlash from which they will then reap the political capital.
Calls from top Democratic political operatives for Obama to exploit a new terror attack in order to re-establish his image as a strong leader will come to fruition if the White House continues to use the fabled raid to try and goad terrorists into striking back.
We were told that Obama and his White House staff had agreed to put a lock down on any information about the raid as soon as it was announced, in order to harness the presumed intelligence value of the material in the compound and keep “Al-Qaeda” second guessing.
Instead, the American people have been bombarded with endless lurid tails about terrorists planning to attack trains, the intricate details of Bin Laden’s fearsome personal diary, and a myriad of other PR stunts that prove there’s no effort to harness the intelligence at all – most likely because it’s as phony as the ludicrous notion that Bin Laden’s house was full of porn.
Whatever next will they claim in an effort to ensure that the Bin Laden fairytale continues to dominate the news cycle? Perhaps next we’ll be told it was gay porn, or bestiality? Maybe they’ll discover Bin Laden’s sex doll. The fable has already scaled such heights of absurdity – don’t be surprised by anything.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.