Thursday, December 27, 2007

Bhutto Assassinated: Cui Bono?

The assassination of Benazir Bhutto has all the markings of a right-wing Islamic fascist attempt to destabilize western leaning governments. Having seen the assassination of Egyptian president Anwar Sadat by right-wing Islamic fascists after he’d signed a peace treaty with Israel, you already know this. Yet, there are elements in the world media who would rather play into the politics of the day than face the facts. This assassination is for you, says Al Qaeda and the Taliban.

The idea that Musharraf might have aided the assassins in any way is patently absurd, and the only people who won’t admit this are outright liars and propagandists. To believe this, you have to believe that Musharraf is about as dumb as a turnip. And you have to be na├»ve enough to believe that a turnip seed will grow into a Crown Prince. How will the death of the popular opposition leader help Musharaff stay in power? By causing widespread unrest?

Benazir Bhutto was warned away from the area where she was murdered, along with 15 or 20 others. It should come as no surprise that parts of Pakistan, especially the part in the North which is close to the Taliban sanctuaries, cannot be effectively controlled by any military force. Bhutto survived an assassination attempt by suicide bomber on the day she arrived in Pakistan. The Islamo-fascists thrive on the divided factions of the western democracies who are more inclined to shoot at each other than the real enemies of freedom. Do the right thing—don’t play into it.

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