Terrorist College

Posted in Internet, Suicide Bomber Myth by Katin on May 13, 2009

Did you know that The Terrorists have a college?  Not a “training camp,” but a college.  It’s true.  I read it on the Internet.  And this isn’t just anywhere, this is from the “Internet Terror Monitor,” a CBS production.

The news items are posted by “CBS News Investigates” and are often quite short.  This tasty tidbit was posted on the 11th:

Message Warns Against Logging On To Jihadi College Page

A message posted on several jihadi Internet forums Monday warned members not to send emails or log onto the website of a newly-established Internet jihadi military preparation collage called Osama College For Jihadi Sciences.

The message claimed that the website and database contents have been accessed by security services.

The Osama College For Jihadi Sciences?  For real?  On the Internet?  It’s like a correspondence course for terrorists.  But this simply HAS to exist, because CBS referred to it on May 6th:

Enrolment Deadline For Jihadi College Extended

The administration of “the Osama College for Jihadi Sciences” announced that the deadline for enrolment in the college has been extended until further notice.

Those interested in applying were invited this time to fill in a registration form where they needed to give their name or alias, specify whether they’re male or female and indicate their nationality. They were also asked to tick the discipline required, which included suicide attacks and explosives making.

The “college” is a web-based jihadi initiative that caters to supporters of terrorist groups, providing them with distance learning programs via email. It was launched on April 10th.

Uh.. there was a deadline for suicide bomber applicants?  Is this supposed to be some sort of a joke?

Is it really necessary to try and debunk this sort of stuff?  I mean, if you’re so stupid as to actually believe this nonsense, then there isn’t much point in discussing the matter.  A “web-based college” for people who want to learn to be suicide bombers?

If you Google “Osama College For Jihadi Sciences,” you get these two “news” blurbs, and then a book on Google, entitled, “Internet security: hacking, counterhacking, and society” written by Kenneth Einar Himma.  The entry, on page 132:

In late 2003, an affiliate of al Qa’ida announced the opening of Al-Qa’ida University for Jihad Sciences on the Internet, with a college on electronic jihad.

This must be different from the Osama College for Jihadi Sciences, which was supposedly launched just last month.  It appears The Terrorists have several colleges on the Internet for training people to be suicide bombers. Of course, they’re up to all sorts of other evilness.  The author goes on to tell how The Terrorist Hackers are planning on disabling all the porn sites.  No kidding.  I guess they must be waiting for just the right moment to launch this dastardly plan.

It’s interesting that searching for “Osama College for Jihadi Sciences” returns only the two CBS posts.  Hard to believe NO ONE anywhere is talking about the Osama College for Jihadi Sciences.  ummmm….

Many people who buy-into the whole phony War On Terror have difficulty understanding how major media outlets LIE to them.  The Internet Terror Monitor is a good example of how this process takes place.  The Internet Terror Monitor is not a “real” news source.  The URL indicates that it’s a “blog,” although this word isn’t used at all on the webpage.  All posts are unattributed.  The page gives the impression that it’s REAL news, but it’s hardly “reporting” at all.  In fact, nearly all the posts are references to something “discovered” on a terrorist website.  If you didn’t know, The Terrorists are quite prolific.  They produce an overwhelming number of videos, announcements, and random commentary on their discussion forums.  You can even buy compilations of this “Terror News” online.  It’s a cottage industry.  This was posted on the 8th:

Online Jihadi Tell TTP: “Strike in India To Ease The Pressure in Swat”

A member of a militant Islamist website suggested Taliban militants in Pakistan should launch attacks in India to get some relief from the attacks waged against them by Pakistani forces in SWAT valley.

“Wage any attack in India, in a football stadium or a market,” suggested Kasser Sanam, who titled his message “Urgent Message to the Mujahideen in Pakistan.”

This is just… bizarre.  The Pakistani government launches attacks on the Taliban, and the Taliban–in retaliation–decides to attack… INDIA!  Does anyone from CBS even TRY to explain the logic behind that military decision? Who believes this?  CBS provides for comments on the page (part of the “blog” feel) although no one ever seems to use this function.

So, The Internet Terror Monitor posts this nonsense news, with the CBS stamp of approval.  As it’s only a “blog,” CBS isn’t really committed to getting behind the story.  If the material seems to be received well, they may later run with a “real” news story using this stuff as source material.  And there are so many “terrorist” videos and proclamations, produced by an ever expanding universe of terrorist organizations, that it would require several people working full-time just to keep up with all the stuff.  Then, the stories get referenced back and forth by “researchers,” such as Dr. Himma.  At some point, it all becomes “news.”  In a way.  Even the most firmly-rooted Establishment types have trouble buying this crap, though.  Most of it stays in this psychological realm of suspended disbelief.


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  1. jax said, on July 20, 2009 at 4:52 am

    In 2007 Pakistani Intelligence traced the source of much of terror in Pakistan to a terrorist camp in Helmand province of Afghanistan. The camp was run by two Brits, Michael Semple and Mervyn Patterson. Both of these British spooks were ostensibly working for humanitarian organizations like Oxfam. Semple was Council of the EU, Deputy Representative in Afghanistan and Patterson was “UN diplomat” as well as friend of General Stanikzai. Following this extra ordinary intelligence work by ISI, Karzai of Afghanistan and high officials in Musharraf government exchanged visits which eventually resulted in the arrest and expulsion of Patterson and Semple from Afghanistan.

    In December of 2007 Guardian and Independent published stories that were clearly designed to muddle the facts and divert attention away from the real story. The real story was that these training camps were to create the Tehreek-e Taliban-e Pakistan (TMP) or Pakistani Taliban; but why?

    A key factor in Bush administration’s Afghan policy was to get Pakistan to make the war against Taliban its own war and not consider it as an American war that can be used to further Pakistan’s goals. By creating Pakistani Taliban US and Brits would be able to pit Pakistan’s military against the Taliban in general and eventually against the Pushtuns to the extent that Pakistani military could be used to do the fighting in Afghanistan. Furthermore, a side benefit of this program would be, if the Taliban were to take over some areas in Pakistan and a part of the capital, then this would provide a sufficient basis for the US to bomb Pakistani nuclear installations and cease their nuclear weapons. There were serious war plans and military exercises conducted by US forces for this scenario. However, unexpected competence of the Pakistani intelligence and ability of the Musharraf government to convince Karzai to through the two Brits out, put a damper on the CIA-MI5 plan. This kind of policy is typical of Bush administration: grandiose, fuzzy and inconsiderate of human life. I think it is the details of this plan, crating and nurturing Pakistani Taliban, that Panetta has uncovered and reported to congress.

  2. mohammed said, on May 25, 2011 at 5:42 pm

    i want to apply

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