Chief columnist of Antiwar.com, Justin Raimondo in an article responding to the London bombings has accepted that Osama Bin Ladin is still alive and was behind the dubious claim by the so-called "Secret Army of Al-Qaida in Europe."
"Bin Laden's message to Muslims is that the West, far from being invulnerable, can be defeated. His primary target remains the U.S., not Britain or any of the other countries mentioned in the claim of responsibility, and his chief objective is to get us out of the Middle East."He also accepts on face value the patent disinfo linking Israel to foreknowledge of the attacks:
"...after all, the Israelis claimed – at least at one point – that the Brits warned them of the attack "minutes" in advance. The British authorities, for their part, deny any such warning – as the Israelis are now doing, at least offically."The Antiwar.com columnist goes on to rehash the Israeli links angle re 9/11:
"My longtime readers know that the question of how much the Israelis knew about 9/11 before those planes ploughed into the World Trade Center, and how they knew it, has been taken up in this space on many previous occasions."Raimondo also repeats the lying spin that:
"with the coalition of the willing showing signs of going wobbly, and the recent announcement that Britain was withdrawing a good portion of its forces from Iraq, the political momentum in Britain (and the United States), which was going against the Iraq war, is suddenly reversed."Political momentum going against the Iraq war? Withdrawing forces? There was nothing "wobbly" about the British move. It was a plan to redeploy 3,000 troops to Afghanistan, and no sign of any backpedalling on the War on Terror. Raimondo is not the only one to spin that "withdrawal" as if it ware a sign of wavering in British commitment.
So Osama is alive, and was behind the London bombings? And the Israelis were behind 9/11, eh?
Blow it out your ass you sly, establishment whore.
This is coming from an antiwar website???
The disinfo is flying thick and fast since the London bombs.