"CAIRO (AP) - Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden has called for the world to boycott American goods and the U.S. dollar, blaming the United States and other industrialized countries for global warming, according to a new audiotape released Friday.
In the tape, broadcast in part on Al-Jazeera television, bin Laden warned of the dangers of climate change and says that the way to stop it is to bring "the wheels of the American economy" to a halt.
He blamed Western industrialized nations for hunger, desertification and floods across the globe, and called for "drastic solutions" to global warming, and "not solutions that partially reduce the effect of climate change." (Source)
The above is not a joke, really.
It seems that Bin Laden is jockeying for the next Nobel Peace prize. I think the globalist bankers might just give it to him. After all, he has done more for their "New World Order" than any other CIA creation, including Al "Buddhist Monk"Gore or Bill "Missile Parity" Clinton. If you thought that the CIA was just toppling foreign governments, guess again. George Bush Sr. ran "The Company" and the election fraud that brought W into office had "CIA" written on everything but the "hanging chad" impaired ballot boxes.
So now we see a new "terrorist" tactic being used to shut down manufacturers in the West through new emissions laws, while coal burning smokestacks are starting to outnumber citizens in the "People's Republic of China". Still,while scientists debate the health benefits of Chinese emissions, our numerous factories have been converted into Bingo Halls, Crack Houses and vacant land or buildings.
Nowhere is this more evident than in Utah County, Utah, former home of Geneva Steel. After the mill was bought by current Deseret News Editor, Joseph Cannon and his brother, former Congressman Chris Cannon, its only real assets were stripped away. Eighty-five million dollars in water shares that Geneva owned, ended up in a trust controlled by the Cannon family. Then they bankrupted the company and closed the plant-down.
To add insult to injury, they refused to sell just a few water-shares to help out the insolvent Pension Plan. Instead, they let the taxpayers pick up the tab through the Federal Pension Guaranty Corp. (its nice to have a Cannon in Congress.) Former employees and current retirees were forced to rob banks, commit suicide or recite "Welcome to Wal-Mart" while baring their teeth in a what some might mistake as a cheerful smile.
To think that the $85 million in water shares could have kept Geneva in business would amount to Republican heresy in Mormon Utah. Both Cannons are quick to cry foul and, with tears flowing liberally from both eyes, emotionally exclaim that they did everything they could to keep the company afloat for as long as they did. Kind of like "bleeding" a patient with a plethitude of blood-hungry leeches after he suffers a minor laceration on his big toe.
The Chinese came in and bought the steel making equipment out of bankruptcy, so, if you see a bellowing, pollution generating, smoke stack that has "Geneva Steel" painted on its side, hogging the skyline in a bustling Chinese manufacturing center, you will now know its history.
There is a happy ending. Almost five years after the factory closed, I identified the water shares, Nationally publicized the fact that they had been stolen, and I played the major role in their return to the bankrupt company as assets to be liquidated and paid to Geneva Steel Pensioners and creditors.
Yeah, that was me. One man, a Dell computer with Microsoft word, and his 3 telemarketing machines calling almost 20,000 residents of Utah County, Utah. And yet, I can't help but feel as if I have failed. In-spite of these fraudulent dealings and mis -dealings, Joseph Cannon still sits as the moral voice for Mormon Utah's largest newspaper, The Deseret News. Sure, I cost Chris Cannon his Congressional seat (another phone bank before the Republican Primary), but I really wanted the complete set.
I still do, in case you were wondering. But, I will leave that part up to you, and the other beneficial owners of the newspaper.