The way Osama bin Laden or his illusive group "al Qaeda" (pronounced "al kie da" in America) is blamed for every terrorist act in the world strikes me as comical and almost like a script from a Road Runner cartoon, or the soundtrack from the 1984 (Orwellianly) movie Ghostbusters. Now keep that tune in mind and sing along to my lyrics adaptation. ~ Jackie Jura

sung to tune of "Ghostbusters", by Ray Parker, Jr

If there's something bombed
in the world today
Who you gonna blame?

If there's something weird
and it don't look good
Who you gonna blame?
Al Kida!

You gotta be afraid of O-Samma!
You gotta be afraid of Al Kida!

If you're seeing people
with hurts to their head
Who can you blame?

An invisible man
hiding in the sand
Oh, who can that be?
bin Laden!

You gotta be afraid of O'Samma!
You gotta be afraid of Al Kida!

Who you gonna blame?
If you've been bombed,
pick up the phone
Call nine one one
- bin Laden

You gotta be afraid of O'Samma!
I hear he likes the girls
You gotta be afraid of Al Kida!
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah

Who you gonna blame?
If you've been hit by freak terrorists
You gotta blame Al Kida!

Let me tell you something
Blamin' makes you feel good

You gotta be afraid of O'Samma!
You gotta be afraid of Al Kida!

Don't blame anyone else, oh no.

When terror comes through your door
Unless you just want some more
I think you better blame
Al Kida!

Who you gonna blame
[repeat to fade]

~ adaptation by Jackie Jura ~
watch/listen Ghostbusters, Ray Parker Jr


OsamaTape UK alerts tourists to fear attack by Osama (solders/sniffer dogs patrol streets). DailyMail, Oct 3, 2010

OsamaTape New Osama bin Laden tape released (authenticity could not be confirmed). AP, Oct 3, 2010

USA warns of possible terrorist attacks in Europe (subways/trains/airplanes targeted by Al Qaeda), Reuters, Oct 3, 2010

Bin Laden to celebrate 50th birthday, SydneyMornHerald, Mar 8, 2007
Had things gone as US President George W Bush wanted, Osama bin Laden would have been taken in "dead or alive" five years ago as the Taliban regime collapsed in Afghanistan. But on Saturday, the world's most wanted terrorist will in all likelihood mark his 50th birthday as a free man. Despite a massive manhunt since he was believed to have fled to mountains straddling the border with Pakistan in late 2001, not to mention a US bounty of $US25 million ($A32 million) on his head, the leader of the al-Qaeda terrorist network remains at large, and if the Taliban insurgents' top military commander, Mullah Dadullah, is to be believed, Bin Laden is still alive. "We know he is still alive. He is not yet martyred," Dadullah said recently in an interview with Britain's Channel 4 television. There are some indications he might be right. In the event of Bin Laden's death, his cohorts would certainly have proclaimed him a martyr who had evaded capture by his enemies to the bitter end. And US authorities would scarcely have failed to parade a body or a captured Bin Laden in video footage before placing him on trial as they did with Saddam Hussein in Iraq. But while there have been no recent video releases to prove the Saudi is still alive, earlier images of Bin Laden are indelibly engrained on the global consciousness: bearded, tall - 196cm by Interpol's calculation - turbaned, often toting a rifle and undeniably mesmeric. Born the 17th child of a Saudi construction entrepreneur, Bin Laden was adept at evading capture even before the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against the United States and the ensuing military onslaught against his Taliban protectors in Afghanistan.... The leadership of Afghanistan and Pakistan deny that he is on their territory, but are unable to prove it, while some US officials tell another story. According to ABC News television in the United States, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is moving additional manpower and equipment into Pakistan to find Bin Laden and his deputy Ayman al-Zawahri, unnamed officials said. "Reports that the trail has gone stone cold are not correct," one told ABC, adding, "We are very much increasing our efforts there." People familiar with the CIA operation said undercover officers with paramilitary training have been ordered into Pakistan's border area with Afghanistan. Pakistan, meanwhile, rejected any form of foreign incursion into its territory. While his location is unclear, so is the role Bin Laden now plays in al-Qaeda. Some Western experts said they believe he has become more of a symbolic figure of Islamist resistance and terrorism rather than a direct organiser of attacks. But providing he is alive, one thing is sure - after years of special forces operations, spy missions, surveillance drone flights and billions of dollars spent, the elusive birthday boy remains an embarrassing thorn in the side of the world's last superpower, the United States...

Bhutto's husband blames 'the establishment'. Independent, Dec 31, 2007
Asif Zardari, husband of murdered Pakistani opposition leader Benazir Bhutto, has called for President Pervez Musharraf to resign and warned that the country could turn into another Somalia. He also poured scorn on the government's claim that al-Qa'ida was behind the attack on Ms Bhutto. Instead he blamed "the establishment, which is bigger than Musharraf himself". "I don't think we're as yet a threat to Al-Qa'ida. We weren't in government. Why aren't they killing off the existing structure of the government? Why would they come after us?" he said. "There are definitely some in-house games going on, which either nobody is aware of or are scared to unearth," he said, speaking from his wife's home in her ancestral village of Naudero, where he and the children continued to mourn her loss yesterday. He said that the government's claims of al-Qa'ida involvement was simply "muddying the waters". He described Pakistan's role in the so-called war on terror, which he described as "shadow boxing". "That shadow-boxing is going to turn into a giant and take over the country one day," he said. Mr Zardari, 51, and his son Bilawal, 19, were made co-chairmen of the People's Party, after Ms Bhutto's assassination, replacing her at the head of Pakistan's most popular political group. Asked whether she was killed because of the election and the evidence she said she had of the government's election-rigging, he said he thought that this was one of the motives. "I think this assassination is larger than just these polls. This [election] is definitely one of the reasons. That they didn't want her coming into power because these shadow-boxing games could not go on." He warned that Pakistan was hurtling towards disintegration, a failed state. "My fears are of Pakistan being totally broken up," he said. "Being converted into Somalia. I think that is a great possibility. And I think that everybody, every intellectual, is not really paying attention to it because they have got their head in the ground, like ostriches." Underlining the severity of the threat, he continued: "Somalia had 30 million population. We're 175 million. Somalia did not have the Afghan arms on the border. Somalia did not have hundreds and thousands of madrassas [Islamic schools]."

Pakistan's Benazir Bhutto assassinated (vowed to fight for workers' rights) & Bhutto had several enemies in Pakistan (but bulletin blames al Qaeda) & Bhutto accused Pakistani intelligence (in previous attempt on her life). SMH/CTV/BBC, Dec 27, 2007. Go to INDIA-PAKISTAN PARTITION POISON

Terror past & future planned (setting fires in forests, pollution of food systems, attacks on airports & railways). WorldNetDaily, Apr 8, 2004. Go to 28.Reality Control & 36.Hateweek & ORDER OUT OF CHAOS

9-11 TO 3-11 IS 911 DAYS (points out observant reader). Mar 13, 2004. Go to BIG BROTHER SYMBOLISM

Reader asks the question "Who bombed Spain?"


Madrid blasts: Who to blame? (collusion of Eta splinter-group sympathetic to Islamic al-Qaeda?) & Europe rethinks war on terror (Europe's 9-11 is 11-M). BBC, Mar 12, 2004

9-11 WAS COLCHESTER BOMB (parody of 1984 by Jackie Jura)

Go to 28.Reality Control and 4.Old World Destruction and ORDER OUT OF CHAOS


Jackie Jura
~ an independent researcher monitoring local, national and international events ~

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