Wednesday, November 23, 2005

The Scourge of Hypno-Terrorists

Every so often the MSM publishes a story that leaves you rubbing your eyes at the sheer laughable propaganda value. This time, it's Hypno-Terrorists:
Amid fears that Indonesia's most wanted terrorist will strike again, some police have a new theory: Noordin Top is using hypnotism to elude capture and recruit more suicide bombers.

The senior Jemaah Islamiah operative - blamed for both Bali bombings and a series of other attacks - has time and again escaped the clutches of the law during the past three years.

Just two weeks ago he slipped through a massive dragnet again, even though counter-terror officers did shoot dead Azahari Husin, Noordin's bombmaker partner.

Among the few things left behind by Noordin was a graphic video in which he specifically warned Australia that his band of Islamic extremists would strike again.
Gosh, he sounds like a regular criminal mastermind, doesn't he? We'd better get Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot and CSI on the case pronto! After all, we can never know when this black spectre of terror will strike next - why he could even be under your bed right now!!
In Azahari's hideout police found plans for a "Bom Pesta" - or bomb party - this coming Christmas with several churches and shopping malls earmarked for attack.

As fears rise, reports say some police in notoriously superstitious Indonesia believe Noordin may have the ability to hypnotise people, using his mental powers to escape his pursuers and recruit more bombers.

"A village chief fell unconscious after kissing the hand of a man resembling Noordin," one policeman told the latest edition of Tempo news magazine.
Ah yes.... "Reports say" "some police" in "notoriously superstitious" Indonesia "believe" Noordin "may have" the ability to hypnotise people. If that string of qualifiers doesn't convince you, well obviously you haven't been listening to the government and ASIO enough!
The magazine said the chief's mind went blank "like he was hypnotised" after meeting a "tabib", or traditional healer, who looked like Noordin.
Seriously, do I even need to comment on this one?
One officer said police believed even a skilled religious preacher would have difficulty finding so many followers willing to kill themselves for a cause.

Belief in the supernatural is widespread in Indonesia. Crime is sometimes blamed on tricksters with magical powers and people regularly take their problems to fortune-tellers and witchdoctors, known as dukun.

Against this social background, one policeman told Tempo that JI used "unconventional recruitment techniques" to boost its ranks.
Yes... like HYPNOSIS!!!! OOooooooOOOOOoooooOOOOOOOooooooo.......

All Glory to the Hypno-Toad.. err... Terrorists... err... whatever....
Investigators believe Noordin is an expert at disguise, perhaps using many different ID documents.

Noordin is JI's chief recruiter, Islamic ideologue and strategist, and there are now fears that he and at least 14 recruits are preparing to unleash a new wave of bombings.

Security near and around international style hotels and shopping malls have been boosted after a website last week laid out explicit details on how to shoot and launch grenade attacks against foreigners.
Geez those "websites" sure have a habit of providing accurate intelligence, don't they? Can we add "excellent HTML skills" to "Hypnotic mind control powers" under terroristic resumes now? These guys are evolving into mythological super-villians as the weeks pass! What next - "Al Qaeda constructing satellite laser pulse weapon out of diamonds" or "Jemaah Islamiah militants excavating buried temple to obtain Ark of Convenant"? Perhaps we'll hear about Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi being bitten by a radioactive spider soon?

Seriously though, articles like this just highlight the mainstream media for what they are - organs of propaganda, delivering only the information required to shape public consciousness in the direction desired by their corporate paymasters.

Read all about it, but for gods' sake don't believe a word of it.


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