Osama Bin Laden Rises to entertain the DEAD! A Zombie Movie Review.
By Benji Yossarian; SV correspondent
What happens when the world’s most popular international terrorist is assassinated in Pakistan after long since being thought dead by numerous experts and is buried at sea faster than you can say ‘something’s fishy?’ Why, only the natural recourse, his body washes up in Utah as a zombie corpse! ABC’s Randy Kreider reports that the full length feature film ‘Osombie: The Axis of Evil Dead’ will be released this summer!
If you didn’t read Kreider’s article, or simply have little basis for common sense (or ample, rather), here is the spoiler. Osama Bin Laden rises from the dead to form an elite Jihad oriented unit of flesh eating zombies. Who can stop this Axis of Evil? You have one guess of who the allies are.
Time; drum-roll, please… The allies are!:
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization! (NATO, I pray-god you guessed this.)
Anywho, that’s the movie.
Particularly I like the title. A clever fusion of nouns and the inclusion of Bush Jr.’s ‘Axis of Evil’ he publicized in his 2002 State of the Union address. Obvious anagrams of evil aside, Bush lumped together Iraq, Iran and North Korea in his axis. The latter was included, I presume, to avoid simply stating Islam, not PC. A religion with little merit in a neo-capitalist-socialist meld of global economics. For one example it expressly forbids usury, the practice of gaining interest on lending. Without usury practices there would be no benefits to expanding an economy on low interest lending and fractional reserves. Only then to constrict said economy, have your clients default on their loans, and take for oneself what those loans enabled your clients to build. It’s an ingenuous, cheap and easy racket also taught in economic classes as those inevitable cycles of capitalism.
Not that we can’t make friends. Pakistani (to refresh on the convoluted, Pakistan was the location where Osama died, not Afghanistan where he was hiding prior to the invasion, if he was still alive then) intelligence met with Bush Jr.’s administration a week before the 9/11 attacks. This was a coincidence, I’m as sure of it as I am also sure that Bush Sr.’s meeting with Osama’s brother in D.C. during a Carlyle Group rendezvous on the morning of 9/11, was also a coincidence. The universe abounds with these things, and the gods have a special penchant for coincidence in politics. Politicians who, I have no doubt, have read Horace. Carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero.
I also like the notion of this movie. Terrorism will resurrect itself again and again and again. It will always be there, so accept it, and be afraid. It is intangible, ever pervasive, and could strike anywhere at anytime under any circumstance through the most uncanny means. Like underwear bombs. As Jiddu Krishnamurti, an Indian philosopher with an interesting story, stated, ‘A mind that is afraid withers away; it cannot function properly.’ We could call this class: The Battle for the Mind, 101.
Really, Amerika, what are you afraid of? Are you more afraid of al Queda than bread being ten dollars a loaf, living off of gradually debilitating social programs and withering pensions, a currency loosing all meaning plunging this once great country into chaos, or, are you afraid of the Ankle Grabber living under your bed or the Boogey Man (bogus man?); boogie woogie ragtime dancing in the closest? Which, I ask, is more tangible? To an adult mind you.
On the subject of tangibility, allow me a tangent. Many of us have read about the Roman Republic. A strong basis for the United State’s Republic. Simply stated the chief qualifiers of the Roman Republic were massive economic expansion followed by massive military and territorial expansion, and; like the universe that spreads only so far and must then collapse in on itself; economic turmoil, followed shortly by external military and internal societal collapse. Even more succinctly, the bigger they are the harder they fall.
Sound familiar? Let’s say, for the sake of argument, that the active Roman empire functioned wholly for about 450 years, and the British empire along the same criteria lasted roughly 350 years. Now, there is a lot of room for academic debate here but the point is true, all national empires crumble. The US, militarily, economically, culturally and politically, is the largest and most vastly spread empire in history. Today we can’t afford to keep up with our food stamp programs but we do have enough nukes to destroy the world at least 500 times over. That is the definition of cognitive dissonance, unless one understands the nature and function of empires.
Back to the Romans. The Roman’s, like all governments, had an old trick to maneuvering its empire, the false flag attack. A good historical example of which was A.D. 64 when Nero blamed the early Christian cult for setting fire to Rome. The large fire destroying nearly a third of ancient Rome, burning down the very real-estate Nero wanted to tear down and develop palaces on anyway. Though the fire may very well have been an accident, public accusation came Nero’s way. He did the only sensible thing a true leader could do to retain power and he pointed the finger. He declared the Christian religious sect to be the culprits, naming them enemies of the state. Crucification, burning and many lion’s suppers later, Peter and Paul became martyrs and it got the public off of Nero’s back. Masses quite easily misdirected by fear of their (terrorist?) neighbors. That is until internal strife did him in anyway.
I’m not going to dive into the blatant holes and obvious tampering of Osama’s death. It has already been done again and again. If you don’t already know, and are not lazy or willfully ignorant, I will include several articles from May 2011 on the subject by former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under Reagan, Paul Craig Roberts, at the end of this article. I am also not going to dive into 9/11 as a false flag attack or even bother posting articles. If you do not know by now, it has been near 11 years, and you are a duped fool with wool in your eyes. Probably engrossed in reality TV, play-station, masturbating or working on hypertensive heart-failure in some fashion and not reading this anyway.
Back to the land of the dead. Quoted from Kreider’s article:
According to the film’s executive producer, Kynan Griffin, the script was written before the real al Qaeda leader was killed last May; once that happened, Griffin said, it was “too good to pass up.”
Well, no shit. Maybe coincidence, maybe insider trading, maybe Kynan has the head and wings of an eagle and the body of a lion. The point is the Bin Laden has now become an institutionalized household name. A regular comic book villain to take his place in the history books among nefarious names like Castro, Kim Jong-Il, Mussolini and Hitler. His death, far from stopping the continuance of the open ended war on terror (to refresh the convoluted, our media driven reason for the war on terror, in Afghanistan, that was expanded under Obama) it has simply embedded the notion of perma-terror. And, his zombie like resurrection, will simply memorialize him. Osama Bin Laden, an historical martyr, for propaganda.
Benji Yossarian is a SilverVigilante.com correspondent, a former ex-Marine, a former ex-activist and a former ex-patriot. He has no degree, no certifications, affiliates with no groups and is self-educated making him an expert in nothing. Trusting him is dubious at best, especially as he feels everyone is trying to kill him.
Articles by Paul Craig Roberts on Osama Bin Laden’s Death.