Introduction – April 3, 2012
As anyone who can think for them self knows by now, “Muslim extremists” did not carry out most recent major terror attacks in the West. They were just the fall guys.
The real perpetrators were those shadowy elements in Western intelligence that are accountable to no one and prepared go to any lengths to further their agenda.
Although not widely publicised in the corporate media, it has been long known that Al-Qaeda was originally created by elements in Western intelligence.
According to one of those who helped found the organisation:
“The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al Qaida. And any informed intelligence officer knows this. But there is a propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an identified entity representing the ‘devil’ only in order to drive the ‘TV watcher’ to accept a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism.” (Al Qaeda: The Database)
So perhaps it is no coincidence that the latest “Al-Qaeda” graphic does indeed seem aimed at the average “TV watcher”. In fact it looks like the work of an accomplished graphic artist in advertising or public relations.
Is it being used to prepare the way for another false flag and if so what is designated target to be blamed this time?
New Al-Qaeda Graphic Warns Of Another Attack In New York
Eloise Lee and Robert Johnson – Business Insider April 2, 2012
The NYPD and the FBI are investigating this computer graphic that was posted to an internet site linked to al-Qaeda.
In a twist on al-Qaeda’s vehemently anti-American stance, the graphic looks like a Hollywood movie poster as it drives its message home. Yet it advertises an ominous message that’s so far been unfounded, according to the NYPD.
NBC News reports that the image was found on a radical overseas site and reads: “Al Qaeda Coming Soon Again in New York.”
NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said the “NYPD intelligence division is aware of it and investigating.”
He added that the NYPD is working to try to determine what individual or group posted the threat on the website; it is now being spread across numerous extremist forums. The NYPD says there is no evidence of any plot or new specific threat to the region.
And it’s worth pointing out that Al-Qaeda web forums often post threats and rants from extremists and sympathizers.
The first comment on NBC’s Facebook post about this image was: “what a bunch of crap!” — perhaps in reference to the credibility of the graphic’s message.
The graphic was found in the “artwork and design” section of a militant website, reports Reuters.
The FBI says they’re also investigating.