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Neo-Fascists Threaten Terror

Neo-Fascists Threaten Terror Unless Voters Approve Dictatorship
Bush junta deploys Osama campaign videos to frighten sheep into tacitly supporting unitary decidership

Paul Joseph Watson-Prison Planet.com October 20 2006

The Bush junta has potentially unveiled its “October surprise” in a desperate last gasp effort to salvage its power monopoly, a rash of lavishly funded campaign videos in which Osama Bin Laden is used to threaten Americans with terror attacks unless they vote Republican in the mid-term elections.

The Associated Press reports,

“The Republican Party will begin airing a hard-hitting ad this weekend that warns of more cataclysmic terror attacks against the U.S. homeland.”

"The ad displays an array of quotes from bin Laden and his top lieutenant, Ayman al-Zawahiri, that include bin Laden’s Dec. 26, 2001 vow that “what is yet to come will be even greater.”

The Neo-Fascists have employed their most loyal servant - Osama Bin Laden - to star in campaign videos threatening the American people with armageddon unless they tacitly approve the occupational dictatorship of George W. Bush.

When questioned on exactly what he meant in promising an “October surprise,” Karl Rove made reference to the formulation and massive investment into the production and dissemination of these ads.

The fact that the terrorists within the Bush administration would again threaten terror unless the dissenters and the waverers got back in line is hardly a surprise. The only real stunner is that they still have the temerity to believe this lowest common denominator propaganda still has a significant impact on the body politic of the nation - in the face of example piled atop example of hoax terror alerts that have left the public fatigued to the rumor mill of “the inevitable attack.”

Recent polls show only a third still support the war in Iraq and just 16% of the population believes the entirety of the government’s version of what happened on 9/11.

In saying that however, the massive voting block of the elderly, ostracized from the red pill of the Internet, largely still buy the scam that only cokehead Bush can protect them from his business partner Osama.

Karl Rove is messianically clinging to the belief that he can scare enough soccer moms and pensioners into helping the Neo-Fascists retain both Houses - or at least get close to it and let the CIA run electronic voting machines do the rest.

If there’s a manufactured scare around election day the threat of chaos and the need for a focused government response could quickly silence enough vote fraud naysayers to re-entrench the power monopoly of Bush’s unitary decidership.

A leaked November 2005 GOP memo which discussed ways of avoiding a comprehensive defeat in the mid-terms touted a terror attack as one of the few ways Republicans could reverse Bush’s sagging fortunes. Another suggested scenario was the announcement of the capture or death of Osama Bin Laden.

The Neo-Cons are threatening violence in an attempt to influence the actions and democratic participation of the citizens of the United States of America.

That is the very definition of terrorism.

ter-ror-ism ?noun 1. the use of violence and threats to intimidate or coerce, esp. for political purposes.
2. the state of fear and submission produced by terrorism or terrorization.
3. a terroristic method of governing or of resisting a government.