Friday, January 20, 2006


Osama bin Laden has a plan for victory. He's taken on a sort of "Uncle Sam" role in waging his war on America.


Many Democrats have already enlisted. Bin Laden is counting on more Americans joining up.

It's been a while since we heard from al Qaeda's head honcho. Time flies.

It's hard to believe that Osama bin Laden has stayed quiet since December 2004.

Remember his pre-Election Day message from the end of October 2004, when it seemed like he was reading a statement prepared by Michael Moore?

Full Transcript, October 29, 2004


You, the American people, I talk to you today about the best way to avoid another catastrophe and about war, its reasons and its consequences.

...Although we are ushering the fourth year after 9/11, Bush is still exercising confusion and misleading you and not telling you the true reason. Therefore, the motivations are still there for what happened to be repeated.

And I will talk to you about the reason for those events, and I will be honest with you about the moments the decision was made so that you can ponder. And I tell you, God only knows, that we never had the intentions to destroy the towers.

But after the injustice was so much and we saw transgressions and the coalition between Americans and the Israelis against our people in Palestine and Lebanon, it occurred to my mind that we deal with the towers. And these special events that directly and personally affected me go back to 1982 and what happened when America gave permission for Israel to invade Lebanon. And assistance was given by the American sixth fleet.

During those crucial moments, my mind was thinking about many things that are hard to describe. But they produced a feeling to refuse and reject injustice, and I had determination to punish the transgressors.

...We agreed with the leader of the group, Mohammed Atta, to perform all attacks within 20 minutes before [President George W.] Bush and his administration were aware of what was going on. And we never knew that the commander-in-chief of the American armed forces would leave 50,000 of his people in the two towers to face those events by themselves when they were in the most urgent need of their leader.

He was more interested in listening to the child's story about the goat rather than worry about what was happening to the towers. So, we had three times the time necessary to accomplish the events.

That was right out of the DNC handbook and Fahrenheit 9/11. It's interesting to compare those remarks from well over a year ago with his latest taped message. Not much has changed.

On Thursday, bin Laden ended his lengthy absence with a new release. Naturally, the audio echoing the Dems' talking points showed up on Al Jazeera, his flagship station. As in 2004, bin Laden addressed the American people.

Apparently, like the Dems, bin Laden watches the polls closely. He decided that now would be the time to join forces with the Left in an effort to turn Americans against President Bush and the War on Terror.

Basically, he reiterates much of what Dr. Dean, Ted Kennedy, John Murtha, John Kerry, Al Gore, Russ Feingold, and Harry Belafonte have been saying -- Bush lies, Bush tortures, etc.

The criticism of President Bush and the Administration coming from bin Laden is not all that different from what the American critics are saying. Of course, they do not threaten to carry out terrorist attacks on our soil; but other than that, the rhetoric is very, very similar.

It's interesting how bin Laden touches all the bases, delivering virtually the same lines that are heard on Meet the Press on any given Sunday.

Full Transcript, January 19, 2006


[W]hat prompted me to speak are the repeated fallacies of your President Bush in his comment on the outcome of the US opinion polls, which indicated that the overwhelming majority of you want the withdrawal of the forces from Iraq, but he objected to this desire and said that the withdrawal of troops would send a wrong message to the enemy.

Bush said: It is better to fight them on their ground than they fighting us on our ground.

In my response to these fallacies, I say: The war in Iraq is raging, and the operations in Afghanistan are on the rise in our favour, praise be to God.

The Pentagon figures indicate the rise in the number of your dead and wounded, let alone the huge material losses, and let alone the collapse of the morale of the soldiers there and the increase in the suicide cases among them.

Clearly, bin Laden is a CNN junkie. I bet he also streams Air America.

Jihad is continuing, praise be to God, despite all the repressive measures the US army and its agents take to the point where there is no significant difference between these crimes and those of Saddam.

These crimes include the raping of women and taking them hostage instead of their husbands. There is no power but in God.

The torturing of men has reached the point of using chemical acids and electric drills in their joints. If they become desperate with them, they put the drill on their heads until death.

If you like, read the humanitarian reports on the atrocities and crimes in the prisons of Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo.

Sounds a lot like Dick Durbin and Ted Kennedy.

In fact, reports indicate that the defeat and devastating failure of the ill-omened plan of the four - Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and Wolfowitz - and the announcement of this defeat and working it out, is only a matter of time, which is to some extent linked to the awareness of the American people of the magnitude of this tragedy.

The wise ones know that Bush has no plan to achieve his alleged victory in Iraq.

That's amazing!

I think bin Laden stole that straight from a speech given by Dr. Dean. I don't want to be accused of finger-pointing, but I think bin Laden is a plagiarist. In that sense, he reminds me of Joe Biden.

If you compare the small number of the dead when Bush made that false and stupid show-like announcement from an aircraft carrier on the end of the major operations, to many times as much as this number of the killed and injured, who fell in the minor operations, you will know the truth in what I am saying, and that Bush and his administration do not have neither the desire nor the will to withdraw from Iraq for their own dubious reasons.

Ah, yes! The "false and stupid show-like announcement from an aircraft carrier."

I don't know. That charge has been used so many times it's not really effective anymore. In my opinion, bin Laden should have left that out. I don't think the Dems use that one much either.

[T]he mujahideen, praise be to God, have managed to breach all the security measures adopted by the unjust nations of the coalition time and again.

The evidence of this is the bombings you have seen in the capitals of the most important European countries of this aggressive coalition.

As for the delay in carrying out similar operations in America, this was not due to failure to breach your security measures.

Operations are under preparation, and you will see them on your own ground once they are finished, God willing.

Here, bin Laden's remarks diverge from those of the Dems. Obviously, even the Americans that vehemently criticize President Bush, just like bin Laden, do not brag about past attacks or threaten to carry out more.

The American Bush-haters should be commended for not threatening to kill the infidels.

Without question, that does make them morally superior to bin Laden. I want to give credit where credit is due.

We do not object to a long-term truce with you on the basis of fair conditions that we respect.

We are a nation, for which God has disallowed treachery and lying.

In this truce, both parties will enjoy security and stability and we will build Iraq and Afghanistan, which were destroyed by the war.

There is no defect in this solution other than preventing the flow of hundreds of billions to the influential people and war merchants in America, who supported Bush's election campaign with billions of dollars.

Hence, we can understand the insistence of Bush and his gang to continue the war.

There it is.

The war is about oil. It's about those evil Bush pals that profit from the suffering and death. That Culture of Corruption is rearing its ugly head again.

Doesn't that stuff sound like it came straight out of Cindy Sheehan's ditch in Crawford?

If Bush declines but to continue lying and practicing injustice [against us], it is useful for you to read the book of "The Rogue State", the introduction of which reads: If I were a president, I would halt the operations against the United States.

Hmmm. I wonder if bin Laden has as much clout as Oprah when it comes to influencing book sales.

Finally, I would like to tell you that the war is for you or for us to win. If we win it, it means your defeat and disgrace forever as the wind blows in this direction with God's help.

If you win it, you should read the history. We are a nation that does not tolerate injustice and seek revenge forever.

Days and nights will not go by until we take revenge as we did on 11 September, God willing, and until your minds are exhausted and your lives become miserable and things turn [for the worse], which you detest.

Gee, now he's getting so nasty. I thought he wanted to make a truce.

Has anyone considered the possibility that bin Laden may be bipolar?

Do not be deluded by your power and modern weapons. Although they win some battles, they lose the war. Patience and steadfastness are better than them. What is important is the outcome.

We have been tolerant for 10 years in fighting the Soviet Union with our few weapons and we managed to drain their economy.

They became history, with God's help.

You should learn lessons from that.

I guess that truce talk was sort of insincere.

If this message proves anything, it's that the Dems and their mouthpieces in the liberal media are bin Laden's useful idiots. They are his most powerful weapons and integral to his plan for victory.

In a sense, bin Laden's words can be seen as a request to Leftists everywhere:

Keep spewing your propaganda and irresponsible rhetoric. It's very helpful in the effort to defeat America.


Pip Squeak said...



Who knows if Laden actually keeps promises?

Beth said...

Great analysis of the speech! He was playing to his American supporters (in my opinion).

I also like your 'Wall of Shame'.

Glad I happened by here, I'll be back :)

The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

This is so hilarious! I think it must be obvious to so many Americans that bin Laden is reading off of the Democratic talking points sheet. He is reading from al Jazeera and CNN and buying into the MSM perception that America is losing the war and losing its resolve.

Mary said...

pip squeak,

Your nic suits you.

Thanks for your comments, Beth. Isn't it awful that there are American bin Laden supporters, many of them in the U.S. House and Senate?

It is laughable, WS. Sad, but laughable.

Bin Laden obviously doesn't have a speech writer. He's also unscrupulous when it comes to stealing the Dems' material.

He should be included on that lengthy list of illustrious lib plagiarists.