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Момент истины - СNN и Осама Бен Ладен зачитывают американцам

их общий - совместно сформулированный - манифест.

Многолетние союзники пытаются совместными усилиями донести до американцев - за день до выборов - одну и ту же мысль, много лет повторяемую либералами Запада и их единомывшленниками в мусульманском мире.

Попыткам в наиболее доходчивой форме донести эту их общую мысль ровно сей час - за три дня перед американскими выборами - посвящена была речь Усамы. СNN поэтому теперь естественным образом cтарается еще раз по такому поводу возможно более четко сформулировать многолетнюю политику редакции, которая - сон в руку - так уж оказалось (кто бы мог подумать...) не только в каждой букве каждого слова речи Усамы, но и разумеется по самому духу её, удивительно точно ложится на базовую концепцию вещания "большой либеральной тройки" СNN, NY Times, BBC.

Речь идет о том самом их мировИдении, в рамках котрого эти СМИ сначала втянули Америку в войну на стороне мусульманских сепаратистов Косова против сербов, а потом уже и наоборот разожгли в той же Европе и САША "антивовенное движение" против вторжения Америки в Ирак.

Поэтому и не удивительно что CNN самым вдумчивым образом толкует - с пространными цитатами - читателям Веб сайта основные тезисы своего много лет главного союзника и идеолога. Центральная - по версии CNN - мысль Усамы так и вообще набрана редакцией врезкой к статье:
        Your security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or al Qaeda. Your security is in your own hands. Any nation that does not attack us will not be attacked.
        -- Osama bin Laden
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Не правда ли знакомые мотивы. Так выстроена вся статья. Усама в цитатах и изложении CNN поучает американцев - задумайтесь, почему, к примеру, атаковали Америку а не Швецию? Все дело - разъясняет он - в разной политике этих стран на БВ.

И эти и все последующие манифеста этого предвыборного тезисы по сути точно повторяют основной лейтмотив большей части новостных передач и аналитических комментариев CNN и всех остальных либеральных СМИ. Особенно характерно, что именно выделяет CNN в цитатe, в которой сам Усама пересказывает в краткой форме квинт-ессенцию предвыборных "кинмура" и популярно разжевывающих их речей Кери:
    "Although we are ushering the fourth year after 9/11, Bush is still exercising confusion and misleading you and not telling you the true reason. Therefore, the motivations are still there for what happened to be repeated," bin Laden said.


В целом же статья CNN все-таки оказывается слишком емкая по общему смыслу но главное оттенкам "перемигивания" друзей-союзников на информационных фронтах то уж заведомо (кажется первая по уровню откровенности такого рода демонстрация "родства душ") чтобы пытаться ее пересказать. Приведу наверное лучше тогда уже ее всю тут - а то еще, как тогда Гардиан, одумаются и снимут не завтра так день позднее:

      Bin Laden: Al Qaeda motivated to strike U.S. again


      http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/meast/10/29/binladen.tape/index.html

      Friday, October 29, 2004 Posted: 9:28 PM EDT (0128 GMT)

      (CNN) -- Osama bin Laden delivered a new
      videotaped message in which he told Americans their security does not depend on
      the president they elect, but on U.S. policy. And he said al Qaeda remains
      motivated to strike the U.S. again.


      "Although we are ushering the fourth year after 9/11, Bush is still
      exercising confusion and misleading you and not telling you the true reason.
      Therefore, the motivations are still there for what happened to be
      repeated," bin Laden said.


      It marked the first videotaped message from the al Qaeda leader in nearly
      three years.


      The tape was aired on the Arabic language network Al-Jazeera Friday, just
      four days before the U.S. presidential election.


      Bin Laden said the message was being delivered directly to the American
      people, saying the attacks of September 11, 2001 were the result of U.S. foreign
      policy in Arab lands, specifically referring to Lebanon and the Palestinians.
      The terror attacks killed nearly 3,000 people.


      At one point, he mentioned both President Bush and Democratic candidate Sen.
      John Kerry.


      "Your security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or al Qaeda. Your
      security is in your own hands. Any nation that does not attack us will not be
      attacked," bin Laden said in the video.


      Bush told reporters as he was boarding Air Force One for Columbus, Ohio,
      "Americans will not be intimidated or influenced by an enemy of our
      country. I'm sure Senator Kerry agrees with this. ... We are at war with these
      terrorists, and I am confident we will prevail."


      Kerry told reporters in West Palm Beach, Florida: "Let me make it clear
      -- crystal clear: as Americans, we are absolutely united in our determination to
      hunt down and destroy Osama bin Laden and the terrorists."


      He added: "They are barbarians. And I will stop at absolutely nothing to
      hunt down, capture or kill the terrorists wherever they are, whatever it takes.
      Period."



      Bin Laden criticizes Bush


      Bin Laden sharply criticized President Bush for his behavior on the morning
      of September 11, 2001, when the president was reading "My Pet Goat" to
      a group of schoolchildren in Florida at the time he was informed of the attacks.


      "It never occurred that the highest leader of the military armed forces
      would leave 50,000 people to face the horror that they faced all by themselves
      when they needed him most," bin Laden said.


      "He was more interested in listening to the child's story about the goat
      rather than worry about what was happening to the towers. So, that gave us
      double the time for us to execute our attacks."


      Bin Laden was wearing a gold robe with a white headdress and white cloak. He
      had a long mostly gray beard, and appeared to be sitting behind a desk, reading
      from a paper statement, occasionally moving his right hand as he spoke.


      U.S. government officials said the tape appeared to be authentic and recently
      made.


      The U.S. embassy in Qatar received a copy of the Osama bin Laden tape from
      the Qatari government Friday, a senior State Department official told CNN. The
      Al-Jazeera network, which aired the tape, is based in the Qatari capital of
      Doha.


      The total length of the tape received by the U.S. government is 18 minutes.
      Bin Laden spoke for 14 minutes and 39 seconds. U.S. officials would not comment
      on what else is on the tape.


      The official said that once the embassy received the video, the U.S.
      ambassador to Qatar asked the Qatari government to use its influence with the
      management of Al-Jazeera to convince the network not to air the tape.


      "We are disappointed that the tape was aired," said this official.


      It was unclear whether the Qatari government urged Al-Jazeera to refrain from
      airing the tape. However, the network did not air the tape in its entirety.


      The United States regularly complains to the Qatari government about Al-Jazeera's
      coverage and has often asked the government to use its influence to rein in the
      network.


      Intelligence officials have warned previously about the possibility of al
      Qaeda trying to attack the United States around the time of next Tuesday's
      election, similar to the al Qaeda train bombings in Madrid on March 11 before
      the Spanish presidential election.







      Your security is not in the hands of Kerry or Bush or al
      Qaeda. Your security is in your own hands. Any nation that
      does not attack us will not be at tacked.



      -- Osama bin Laden




       


      U.S. officials said there was no immediate plan to raise the nation's
      terrorism alert level because of the taped message.


      One official said that the government is waiting for the intelligence
      community to further analyze the tape, and that among things analysts will be
      looking for are any hidden messages that might be contained in the tape.


      The videotape was aired just one day after ABC News broadcast a video of a
      man claiming to be an American operative of al Qaeda who said the United States
      should brace for a large-scale attack that "will make you forget all about
      September 11th."


      Although authorities have been unable to authenticate that message, a senior
      law enforcement official said the bin Laden message, coupled with the one
      broadcast by ABC, has "set off alarm bells among top officials."


      "The anxiety level is through the roof," the official said.


      The official said federal law enforcement agencies are taking the bin Laden
      tape "extremely seriously," and officials are on "a high state of
      alert."


      In the video, bin Laden said he decided to attack the twin towers of the
      World Trade Center in 1982 after the invasion of Lebanon by Israel, which he
      claimed was backed by the U.S. Navy.


      "And as I was looking at those towers that were destroyed in Lebanon, it
      occurred to me that we have to punish the transgressor with the same" he
      says, "and that we had to destroy the towers in America, so that they taste
      what we tasted and they stop killing our women and children."


      He underscored it was U.S. foreign policy that led to the 9/11 attacks,
      saying, "Bush says and claims, that we hate freedom, let him tell us then,
      'Why did we not attack Sweden?'"


      The statement aired Friday was the first videotaped message from the al Qaeda
      leader since December 2001.


      Since he was last seen speaking on tape, at least seven audiotapes have
      surfaced on which a voice believed to be bin Laden issued messages. The most
      recent of those messages came in April, in which he made references to the train
      bombings in Madrid the month before.



Update: Как и следовало ожидать, послание Усамы вызвало позитивного содержания к нему комментарии с подробным изложением основных тезисов и цитатами не только на CNN.

Ассошиатед Пресс - основной источники новостей для подавляющей части СМИ западного мира вообще, но и в первую очередь американских разумеется - опубликовал тому посвященную статью своего к данной теме регулярного же "объективного наблюдателя" Салах Насрави.

Салах разъясняет слова Усамы, что атака на Америку 9 сентября 2001 года была на самом то деле его ответом на вторжение Израиля в Ливан в 1982 году.

И много иных откровений Усамы - как впрочем и поясняющих их соображений - высказывают в этой статье Lebanese writer and political analyst Saad Mehyo; Abdel Rahim Ali, an expert on radical Islamic groups; Abdul Khaleq Abdulla, a political analyst in the United Arab Emirates and professor at Emirates University in al-Ain.
http://news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&u=/ap/20041030/ap_on_re_mi_ea/mideast_bin_laden_1
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