Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Briefly Commenting

The ABC Mockudrama "The Path to 9/11" has been discussed to death.

If anyone doubts the accuracy of this Clinton-bashing, neocon rah-rah piece of fiction, look no further than the way they spelled Madelyn Albright's first name: "Madeleine."

The real issue for me is, who paid for the 5.5 hours of prime time programming for a Mockumentary like this to be aired commercial-free?
Some company (or companies) with deep pockets and a hidden agenda paid for it.
When a commercial enterprise finances governmental propaganda, which this movie clearly was, it's called fascism.

The Saudi terrorists hit on Bush's watch on September 11, 2001 because they have owned Bush since they gave him seed money for his failed Arbusto Oil company.
They owned his daddy when they paid him off to offer up American troops in 1992 as rent-a-cops when Saddam Hussein hassled Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
They rewarded Bush Senior after he was ousted from the White House by giving him a big money gig with The Carlysle Group, an international conglomerate in which the Bin Laden family once held a large chunk.

The Saudi terrorists, headed by Saudi Osama Bin Laden, a member of one of Saudi Arabia's wealthiest families, could and will strike America whenever they damn well please, as long as a Bush is in office.

With Bush being entirely owned and operated by the Saudis, he is the 20th terrorist of 9/11.

Osama Bin Laden will never be captured on Bush's watch because the Saudi's own Bush and they will not allow it. It's as simple as that.


Karen Zipdrive said...

If you haven't gotten your fill of the bullshit behind this ridiculous mockumentary, you'll find many connected dots at this site:


BigSis said...

I'm totally burned out on this crap and I hope the R's keep up the hard sell b.s. because I think most of the U.S. is getting burned out too.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Even the GOP is getting sick of Bush and his bullshit.
Serves them right.

Lulu Maude said...

You are absolutely right about the film, but Madeleine Albright's name is spelled correctly. It's spelled a variety of ways on the net, but it's Madeleine on her autobiography, which I cataloged here at the library. I figure she wouldn't let it go to press with her name misspelled.

Karen Zipdrive said...

I stand corrected, thanks, Lulu.