Tuesday, July 17, 2007

"al Qaeda Terrordome" -- the ride that will last a lifetime!

Oh, geeez, here we go again!

Get ready America, hold on to that safety bar and strap yourself in really tight because our intelligence agencies have come up with a new scary ride that they want to take us on -- and, it is a zinger too. Just try not to throw up that hot dog as you go through the loopy logic and convoluted thinking on the new "al-Qaeda Terrordome" -- reconstituted, and coming to a city near you.

Of course I am referring to a series of recent AP articles and National Intelligence Council (NIC) reports that have come out in the last couple of weeks, including today's latest from the Associated Press: "Terror threat against U.S. said serious" (see: news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070717/ap_on_go_ca_st_pe/us_terror_threat); Michael Chertoff's 'Gut Feeling' that we are going to be attacked this summer (see: abcnews.go.com/WN/LegalCenter/story?id=3367404&page=1); and the July 11 National Intelligence Estimate release that says that al Qaeda has fully reconstituted itself to pre-9/11 operational strength. Here's a quote from that one:
"...the new NIE’s conclusions about Al Qaeda activities in Pakistan, along with the increasing signs of jihadi militants flowing out of Iraq, suggest that the U.S. counterterrorism community may now be facing the worst of both worlds: a reconstituted al Qaeda leadership coupled with a growing and dispersed worldwide army of angry jihadis inflamed by the U.S. presence in Iraq."

What! You mean to tell me that the strategy of "We are fighting them over there so that we don't have to fight them here," isn't working?

The article continues:
"The officials, who asked not to be identified talking about sensitive matters, said the still-classified document reflects growing jitters among U.S. counterterrorism officials, even while those officials stressed there is “no credible, specific” intelligence on any imminent threat to the homeland."


"Growing jitters" and "gut feelings" -- yes, I too am getting butterflies just thinking the implications of this ride. Obviously, these guys have been testing out "al Qaeda Terrordome" a few too many times and have LOST THEIR FRICKEN MINDS -- probably from aneurysms due the incredible "G" forces and whiplash that they have experience coming up with this creation.

These new fabricated reassessments and revisions by our intelligence agencies and their attendant think tanks have gotten me really concerned. These reports go against all the conventional wisdom we have been hearing over the last few years by those sages William Krystal and Frank Gaffney on the merits of the "War on Terror". How could al Queda have constituted themselves to fully operational strength, afterall, haven't we killed over 700,000 terrorists in Iraq by now. Do they just keep breeding like flies?

Recently, I looked up the word "schizophrenia" on websters.com because I am concerned that our "intelligence" agencies and think tanks are losing it. Here's is the American Heritage Dictionary's definition of the word:

schiz·o·phre·ni·a (skĭt'sə-frē'nē-ə, -frěn'ē-ə)
1. Any of a group of psychotic disorders usually characterized by withdrawal from reality, illogical patterns of thinking, delusions, and hallucinations, and accompanied in varying degrees by other emotional, behavioral, or intellectual disturbances. Schizophrenia is associated with dopamine imbalances in the brain and may have an underlying genetic cause.

2. A situation or condition that results from the coexistence of disparate or antagonistic qualities, identities, or activities: the national schizophrenia that results from carrying out an unpopular war.

Oh, my God! That's it! We have discovered the problem. The people that have come out with these reports are clinically insane as they are suffering from all of these symptoms listed above.

As caring citizens it is up to you to write to your representative and tell them to close down these agencies for their own good -- and ours -- as untreated schizophrenia is a serious ailment and could be threatening to all life on this planet. According to mentalhealth.com (http://www.mentalhealth.com/dis/p20-ps01.html), problems in the psychotic phase -- which I am confident we are in now -- include:
• Poor Money Management
• Physical Violence
• Obsessive Thinking or Compulsive Rituals
• Risk of Harming Self
• Poor Grooming and Hygiene
• Need for Institutional Care

Haven't you seen those pictures of Paul Wolfiwitz licking his comb and his holy socks? Proof I say.


Also see: http://www.salon.com/opinion/blumenthal/2007/07/19/bush_iraq/

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