Tuesday, May 31, 2005


The Bush League Disassembled Al Qaeda?

W and The Bush League may be dissembling about how disassembling Al Qaeda shows success in their "War on Terror."

Seems as though those darn French types agree W and Al Qaida has been somewhat "disassembled*" but think this makes it a bigger threat:
France's top anti-terrorism judge, Jean-Louis Bruguiere, has warned that al-Qaeda is now more fragmented and a bigger threat than before.
In the 1990s, Mr Bruguiere focused on the activities of Arab veterans of the 1980s war against Soviet troops in Afghanistan, especially Algerian militants who carried out several attacks in France.

He became an expert on the various cells of Islamist militants operating around the world, many of them loosely linked to Osama Bin Laden's al-Qaeda organisation.
(Source: BBC News Al-Qaeda terror threat 'growing', May 31, 2005
It's something like the success oyster fishermen used to have cutting up starfish and throwing the arms back. Yeah, the starfish was successfully cut up - but each severed arm grew a new starfish. The oystermens' success created a huge plague of starfish... just like W's "taking the war to Iraq is creating a whole new generation of trained terrorists eager to visit us here in the US.

Mr Bush said its accusations therefore stemmed from "people who hate America, people that have been trained in some instances to disassemble, that means not tell the truth".

But Amnesty hit back. Executive director William Schulz said: "What is 'absurd' is President Bush's attempt to deny the deliberate policies of his administration."

"What is 'absurd' and indeed outrageous is the Bush administration's failure to undertake a full independent investigation."
(Source: BBC News Bush says Amnesty report 'absurd', May 31, 2005


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