- 'Propaganda found in Zarqawi's lair'
- OH, COME ON!
- Are you making a list of all these impossibilities?
- What do TWO 500 Pound Bombs do when they
hit their targets?
- HOW COME THE SHEEPLE DONT ASK THE OBVIOUS?
- Does the NWO think everyone is an idiot?
- I guess they do. More than a few of
them are probably sitting in some plush high rise or 'command centre' swilling
booze, playing with high-priced nwo whores, and snorting nose candy....
mocking us... thinking of even more absurd stuff to toss out next, and
then laughing their asses off when the NWO controlled media and sheeple
start spouting their crapola as Gospel.
- Now, tell me this.... How could two 500
Pound bombs land on Zarqawi's Concrete Hideout, and completely destroy
the building -- are you guys looking at the photos?...why does nothing
seems "burnt" in the immediate area? How could the skin on the
corpses remain so intact without melting like a grilled cheese sandwich....?
- Now they say Zarqawi was actually alive
when the Iraqi military got there! -- but just had enough strength to mumble,
and make an effort to jump off the stretcher and run away on his wooden
- And now stories about finding "women's
lingerie" are surfacing (is this to embarass the Muslims?) and what
about the child who was first reported killed? Now it's three women there
with him? Where are the corpses?
- How could women's lingiere, and a picture
of Teddy Roosevelt survive the fire and blast from two 500 Pound bombs
(much like a mythical passport that fell from the sky on 911) Are you people
going to connect the dots here? Am I the only one in the world who sees
through this shi*?
- Here...have fun:
- Propaganda Fonund In Zarqawi's
- By Michael Georgy
The Age.com - Australia
- Abu Musab al-Zarqawi was accompanied
by women who wore skimpy night clothing, and read magazines on current
affairs and militant propaganda.
- An inspection of the remains of the "safe
house" in which the terrorist mastermind was killed also suggested
that he and his companions - which an Iraqi army officer said included
two women and an eight-year-old girl - lived with few luxuries.
- The US military took reporters to the
site in the village of Hibhib, near the town of Baquba north of Baghdad,
three days after the death of the al-Qaeda leader in Iraq, who is blamed
for beheading hostages and killings hundreds of people in suicide bombings.
- At the site surrounded by palm groves,
two thin foam mattresses were scattered among the debris of smashed concrete
and twisted metal. There were few clues on Zarqawi's extreme ideology or
the militant groups he was linked to in the rubble of the building that
was pulverised by two 227-kilo bombs in a US air strike on Wednesday.
- One leaflet identified a radio station
in Latifiya south of the capital as an apparent target. A few metres away
was a magazine picture of former US President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
- Also beside the slabs of concrete was
a woman's leopard skin nightgown and other skimpy women's clothes.
- The US military had said the air strike
killed six people, three males and three females.
- It said on Friday that a wounded Zarqawi
was still alive when US troops reached the site but died shortly afterwards.
- DNA tests confirming Zarqawi's identity
are likely to be completed in two days, the US military said.