The business of military intelligence concerns public perception management and, with the apparent success of the al-Baghdadi counter-intelligence operation, business has never been better.
There’s only one problem concerning this latest and widely promoted operation.
The “official” story, which has been perpetrated regarding the demise of ISIS terror leader Abu Akbar al-Baghdadi, too closely resembles another familiar tale: the alleged capture and killing of 9/11 boogeyman “Osama bin-Laden”.
Both terrorist boogeymen, it is claimed, were conveniently buried at sea.
The better, one supposes, to have hidden any and all evidence of malfeasance and gross criminality on the part of the perpetrators.
Let’s face it folks, for those of us all-too-aware of the phenomenon of Post-Modern Reality Simulation, the story of “al-Baghdadi and ISIS” represents one of the most preposterous accounts ever perpetrated by “officials” of the US corporation and its chief propaganda arm, the MSM.
Has no one bothered to notice, the MSM never seems to alter the narrative of such terrorist boogeyman stories, only the setting, scenery, and the name of the main character?
As usual, however, a majority of the general public failed to take note of the glaring similarities.
They also, unsurprisingly, failed to take note of the glaring anomalies and utter improbabilities of the “al-Baghdadi” story’s details.
Rest assured, the terrorist group known as “ISIS” was a holographic counter-intelligence fabrication; a thoroughly scripted but poorly conceived television production which, covertly, was designed as a politically and financially profitable psychological operation.
Stay tuned, folks. Continue reading ““Al-Baghdadi” story big Bag of Lies?” →