Justin Raimondo from Antiwar.com is one of this country’s most gifted journalists. As such, he is relegated to a low position on the media’s political analysis totem pole. Truth is dangerous when it is absorbed by the masses. Those who disseminate it are a grave threat to our handlers. This is an excerpt from his latest article.
It was shocking, hearing CIA director Michael Hayden tell Tim Russert on Sunday morning that we’re wide open to another 9/11-style terrorist attack. Al-Qaeda, he said, is turning to operatives who “look Western” and “wouldn’t attract your attention if they were going through the customs line at Dulles with you.” These new recruits, he averred, “would be able to come into this country … without attracting the kind of attention that others might.”
The cryptic underlying message is – fear everyone. Since the hidden al Qaeda terrorist cells have not come to fruition, a more desperate strategy must be employed to sow fear and panic in the populace. Could the enemy be your neighbor? Your grocer? Your co-worker? It could be anyone and everyone. Desperate measures must be employed to safeguard us from this pervasive looming presence. The underlying message is that I should cry out for the government to protect me from the artfully crafted “terrorist” menace and the ominous threats that they desperately need me to fear.
I can think of no faster way to unite the American people behind George W. Bush than a terrorist attack… I believe George W. Bush will quickly unite the American people through his foreign policy ~ Henry Kissinger (War Criminal) in 2000.