……. The whole game may just have had a “change” to it. I certainly “hope” not.
I wasn’t going to run up the flag until I saw a real media outlet do so first………. and along comes The Washington Times.
- Dateline Algeria: Seems as if a possible al-Qaeda bio-weapons experiment went a tad awry and 40 of ’em keeled over.
My opinion first though……… I don’t think I’m really all that crazy (most of the time), but why do I have the feeling these al-Qaeda bast***s were helping to generate, then gather and try to harness the stuff to spread around at least Israel and maybe even The USA ?
Their m.o. if you remember is to keep it simple, make it huge, but most of all…… have patience. Al-Qaeda and the rest don’t need any scientific tech, or laboratories, or sophisticated weapons system for delivery. They have themselves. The more simple something is, the less likely it will come under scrutiny.
These animals covet death and their “need” to take out as many Jews and other infidels as they can in a holy war that they’re trying to make look like Israel and The USA started…… It’s what they live for.
Anyway, this started as a report in The UK Sun — yes, it’s a total rag — but it looks like they got this one right.
Confirmed by The Washington Times.
19 January 2009
by Eli Lake
An al Qaeda affiliate in Algeria closed a base earlier this month after an experiment with unconventional weapons went awry, a senior U.S. intelligence official said Monday.
The official, who spoke on the condition he not be named because of the sensitive nature of the issue, said he could not confirm press reports that the accident killed at least 40 al Qaeda operatives, but he said the mishap led the militant group to shut down a base in the mountains of Tizi Ouzou province in eastern Algeria.
Here’s the original article in The Sun……… UK Sun reports The Plague claims 40 al-Qaeda
The plot thickens.
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