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Red, White, and Blue Superhero triumphs over Green Goblin


When i first heard of Bin Laden’s death yesterday morning, when V told me, I just brushed if off with an, ‘He was already killed a long time ago. This is just bullshit propaganda by those dumb americans.’ I immediately thought that there wouldn’t be a body, and this morning, true enough, i read that those americans buried the blighter at sea. But dumb americans aside, i know that there would be many smart ones who’d know as I do. Two possibilities: they either killed him off long ago and waited till now to say they finally killed him, or, they've always known where he was and waited till now to kill him.


A superpower does not become a superpower thinking like those idiots who make a box-office hit of inane american superhero movies. A superpower becomes a superpower by thinking like the producers of these inane american superhero movies...
It’s the same thing as those crap american ‘superhero’ movies. You can’t kill of the bad guy too soon or else people are going to be wondering why they paid as much as they did, or the ‘stars’ get paid as much as they do, for a 15 minute movie. The americans have to keep this ‘super-villain’ alive long enough so that they movie would go on long enough for them to do what they did to secure the oil-fields for themselves, install their puppet governments, and get rid of significant opposition to them in those areas. A superpower does not become a superpower thinking like those idiots who make a box-office hit of inane american superhero movies. A superpower becomes a superpower by thinking like the producers of these inane american superhero movies...


...You see, americans have the same mentality as the chinese. They view themselves as the ‘central land’ or ‘middle kingdom’ as do the Chinese (the translation of the 'mandarin' characters for 'China' is just that), or the Jews view themselves as ‘the chosen people’. The problem with such thinking is that they will be more inclined toward having a ‘celeb’ view of things. They view themselves as the ‘celeb’ amongst nations. In this, their generic inclination toward appreciating things in this sort of way is amplified. Thus, the nation is the ‘celeb’ state, the president is treated like some sort of celebrity, and they worship ‘celebs’ like people might worship the Gods of old. They will be inclined toward the popular, prominent, and powerful, like the Chinese, as these stand out more. Being objectively detailed about things, generally, is not the strength of people reared within such a scheme of things.....

...That is why they need heroes as much as they need villains. That is why the Americans needed a big bad wolf, in the form of an ‘Osama Bin Laden’. Let’s just say that they never grew past their nursery rhyme little red riding hood or ‘three little pigs’ stage. There doesn’t have to be a reason for the big bad wolf to be a big bad wolf. It is a wolf, and does its wolfy things naturally. So the government gave them a ‘big bad wofl’ in the form of a Bin Laden. Then, America can play the role of Spiderman, working outside of the conventions of the UN to get rid of a bad guy. And the rest of those americans just fall for it....

....You see, if the american government didn’t put forth a ‘big bad wolf’ for these pre-pubescent americans to rally against like they do in their juvenile ‘box-office’ hit superhero movies, they might actually began to ask why they got their butts kicked on 11/9, and, God forbid, come up with sociological and psychological reasons for it that can be easily verified with the most basic of scientific reasoning methods. But to present a big bad wolf is a way of getting people to think that bad things happen because of bad people who do what they do because they are going by their wolfy instincts. Get it?....

.....But there is a fine line between the americans coming across as incompetent and Osama being elusive. If the Americans killed off this super-villain too soon, they can’t expand their interests further into middle eastern lands. If they killed him off too late, people might think the americans incompetent. So they’ll have to say that Osama is elusive and is able to hide himself damn well, and finally kill him off, and blame his being elusive for as long as he allegedly was because of a Muslim state like Pakistan. This way, they can give the american people this ‘closure’ thing they’re so fond of, like they look forward to in their final 3d episode of ‘Saw’, have their interests reinforced in middle eastern states, and blame his being elusive for so long on someone else. But why wait so long to kill off this super-villain? Well, to wait this long is to give the americans more reason to continue their self-aggrandizing 'war on terror' by saying that since Osama has been around for so long, he would have brainwashed enough people to produce more Osamas. Kill him off too soon, and you kill of the excuse to continue the 'war on terror' on those he was given the time to brainwash. And being able to blame Pakistan, a Muslim state, for this delay, will further strengthen the view that the 'Green Goblin' is still alive and kicking even if Osama is no more...

....I’m just wondering when they are going to produce their next ‘super-villain’ for a 'same story, different super-villain' part 2. With americans celebrating their killing off of Osama, they are already lauding their super-hero status. So their part as the super-hero in the next episode is being confirmed here. That just readies the americans to fall for another ‘big bad wolf’ story in the future. And their perception of themselves as the super-hero is further amplified by this event being publicised so soon after the so-called ‘royal’ wedding of two scrounging leeches. It was certainly a weekend for ‘super-heroes’ don’t you think. What a coincidence....

Is it just me that noticed the coincidence in the first spiderman movie (2002) where Spiderman, clad in the american ‘red, white’ and blue’ costume fought the ‘green’ goblin - with green being one of the most significant colours associated with the Islamic world....
....The celeb status of both the UK and the US were really hyped up this weekend, with the US surfing on the train of Katie’s wedding gown into stardom. In psychology, we have this thing called ‘excitation transfer’ where one feels more about a second event after being stimulated by a first event. What we have is an overall compromising of the people’s ability to be objective. And when the people’s fervour is whipped up enough by the first event, that unobjective religious feeling can be transferred and determine the way they appreciate the second event - Osama’s killing. This way, attention can still be detracted from the reason why 11/9 happened in the first place. That is why, when i looked at the BBC site yesterday, they paired pictures of Osama with the twin towers in smoke on 11/9. I thought that it would have been as appropriate to pair pictures of 11/9 with pictures of close to half a million child deaths in Iraq arising from American medical embargoes, or pictures of the Palestinians being evicted from their homes in favour of US-supported Jews, or.........or.......or.......or.......or..... If we think it right to view the death of Osama as an effect of 11/9, then why should be not look at 11/9 as the effect of other events initiated by the ‘great’ u.s. of A. No. That would simply compromise the status of Osama as the ‘Green Goblin’ and America as the righteous Spiderman.

...Is it just me that noticed the coincidence in the first spiderman movie (2002) produced in the year following 11/9, presented Spiderman, clad in the american ‘red, white’ and blue’ costume fighting the ‘green’ goblin - with green being one of the most significant colours associated with the Islamic world. We should look at the myriad ways that the american and global psyche is being manipulated by these past events, and then, perhaps realise, how the alleged ‘recent’ death of Osama might be yet another event in the present that has its part in a wider scheme of things for a future effect.



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