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Thursday, March 15, 2007


Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, Director of operations of al Qaeda Inc., has finally confessed to being responsible for nigh on every act of terrorism blamed on militant Islam. These range from, the previous attack on the WTC in 1993, the Bali bombings, assassination attempts on Presidents Carter and Clinton and on Pope John II during a trip to the Philippines and even includes planning and organising 9/11; in fact just about everything that the US government haven’t been able to conclusively solve over the last decade or two – until now.

Are we really expected to actually believe this nonsense??!! Mind you, he has been in Gitmo for the last 3 or 4 years. That has to tell you something. What’s really disappointing is that they do expect us to believe it. These people just haven’t woken up yet to their own transparency.


Jacob A. Stam said...

H Damian

Just thought I should own up that I've linked to this from a post at my place.

Hardly anyone reads my blog, but this courtesy call seems the gentlemanly thing to do.

Cheers: Jacob

Damian Lataan said...


Jacob, the difference between me and Kissane is that I'm doing my thesis for fun. When I've finished I'll move on and do something else. This will be my eighth degree and, apart from the first three, all of them were done for fun. Once this thesis is done I'll start all over again and do architecture next time.

Kissane on the other hand sees his thesis as a career move. He's hoping that he'll be able to utilise his talents when he's finished as a professional something or other - probably with the propaganda department of some ultra right-wing Zionist organisation, political party, think-tank or US/Israeli government department or as a speech writer to the next crop of lying neocons that are hoping to have another crack at world domination after this lot have failed. What ever he does let's just hope that the various deities don't allow him to actually teach kidz anything.

See the difference?


Anonymous said...

Eight degrees? Impressive. In which fields?

(Sorry - posted this on the other thread by mistake...)

Damian Lataan said...

There's nothing impressive about it at all - just a bit of hard work and enthusiasm.

Aeronautical engineering, aerodynamics, patent law, history; that sort of stuff.

Anonymous said...

You might not think it is impressive but I think it is. :)

Couldn't imagine getting through a patent law degree, myself - though the history one would be some fun.

Damian Lataan said...

Anonymous, history was a pleasure to do. The engineering background where it all started way back in... well, in the last century, helped with the patent law, something which I never ended up using but was intriguing nonetheless. Despite the apparent diversity there is a common thread that connects them all and that is engineering - even the history of engineering. But then, of course, there are always distractions which occasionally cause one to go off at a tangent. I would need a long time to think about why I chose to do neoconservatism for a PhD in American Studies (history)!

Anyway, too much information. People aren't that much interested.

Jacob A. Stam said...

Hi Damian

I guess I take your point in that Dylan's academic slant will probably be quite, er, marketable -- until The Revolution comes, anyway.

By the way, I hope you didn't take too much exception to my reference in that post to 'Loony Lataan'. I was paraphrasing Dylan -- and I did try to 'balance' it with 'Credulous Kissane'.

No offence intended, just crapping on at a blog.

PS: Applied Hermeneutics

Dylan said...

My 'academic slant' is towards theory. I write theory and - in applying the theory - have thus far come to conclusions that suggest my favourite superpower is on its last legs.

If 'The Revolution' comes when I have argued it will (in about 8 years) then I doubt the notions I blog about will be 'marketable' for long.

I might rail against the decline of American influence and power but it doesn't mean I have failed to understand that nothing will last forever.

Damian Lataan said...

Jacob, no offence was taken and thanks for the enlightening discourse on the meaning of applied hermeneutics. (It sounds a bit like the sort of stuff Leo Strauss dabbled in only his stuff was more esoteric.)

Jacob said...

Damian, you're a sport!

Dylan, I've had a brief skim of some of your research stuff. China, eh? Yes, could be a contender, but then she's got some internal tensions that may pull her up before 2016, some say.