Jan 1, 2008

Bhutto Falls by the Pat Tillman Effect: You'll Wonder Where Your Hero Went When She Talks Against the Government


Pakistan’s Pervez Musharraf had plans to fix the upcoming election. Bhutto was scheduled to reveal this choice morsel of evil truth when she got assassinated.

Bhutto had been due to meet U.S. Sen. Arlen Specter, R-Pa., and Rep. Patrick Kennedy, D-R.I., to hand over a report charging that the military Inter-Services Intelligence agency was planning to fix the polls in the favor of President Pervez Musharraf.


The same thing happened to Pat Tillman: he planned to meet with anti-war activist and brilliant mind, Noam Chomsky, to reveal the real dirty insider's scoop on the wars against Afghanistan and Iraq. Then, Tillman was assassinated. This "Pat Tillman Effect" happens in places like, oh, Russia, all the time. Remember the death-by-polonium spy poisoning? Probably only made the news because it was a novel way of accomplishing the task.

Makes me wonder, what John F. Kennedy or Marilyn Monroe were fixin' to do when they were removed from the realm of the living. I don't like the way my mind is working when I contemplate these things.

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