Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Someone needs to read their own blog

At, the conspiracy minded Mr. Hassan writes regarding Zarqawi's catastrophic lung injuries:
From George W. Bush’s “Mission Accomplished” to occupy Iraq and the “handover of sovereignty” to the fraudulent elections and the recent “killing” of Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi (not his real name), the targets have always been the poor peoples in the West, Americans in particular. They are reduced to football spectators, frightened and constantly diverted from the crimes committed in their name.
Gotta like the quotes around killing. Is he saying that Zarqawi
wasn't killed, or maybe that Zarqawi doesn't exist. Looks like he leans
towards the latter:

Al-Zarqawi was part of the U.S. big lie. He was created by the U.S. and linked to Iraq to justify an illegal act of aggression condemned by the majority of the world as international war crimes. [...]

However, the truth about the Al-Zarqawi’s phantom remained conspicuously absents from even the most popular of Western media. There is no hard evidence to substantiate the presence of Al-Zarqawi in Iraq and his “attacks” against Iraqis. [....]
OK, so far it's just boilerplate anti-American lunacy. The fun comes from the breaking news news crawler right above his post: "Terror Mastermind Abu Musab al Zarqawi killed in Air Raid."

Timing is everything. Although his feelings do have a certain truthiness to them.