You'll recall KATZ and SITE for seemingly being the first to "find" these al Qaida messages before any of the world's intelligence agencies know anything about these messages.
FOX News, owned by Zionst Rupert Murdoch and managed by a former Republican National Committee chairman considers KATZ to be an excellent source for terrorism articles, need one say more?
Pay no attention to the fact that KATZ, in the past, has been on the payroll of the FBI and her father was executed by Saddam Hussein for spying for Israel. And that KATZ received a degree from Tel Aviv University.
Yes, KATZ is just another innocent and patriotic type who spends endless hours scouring the 'Net for those "evildoers" who the Zionists and Neocons are so fond of using as an excuse to wage wars for Israel.
Stay tuned for an important announcement from Bin Laden and aL Qaida the week before the US presidential election. This message will be "found" on the 'Net by either KATZ or her comrade-in-arms, Ben VENZKE of IntelCenter.
The fallout from Fallout 3
Looks like Rita KATZ has recoverd from her May '08 faux pas in which she used an image from the computer game "Fallout 3" to push her latest concoction about death to us infidels. Tsk, tsk!
As shown in this article:
Fallout 3 Image Spooks Terror Experts
Turns out terrorist are familiar with both kinds of RPGs.
by Ryan Geddes
May 30, 2008 - A computer-generated image of a post-nuclear Washington D.C., crafted by the Fallout 3 artists at Bethesda Softworks, has apparently popped up on terrorism-related Internet forums, and the image is now at the center of an online brouhaha.
According to the Entertainment Consumers Association's GamePolitics blog, U.S. defense contractor and intelligence analyst group SITE found the image while perusing message boards commonly used by Islamic terror groups, who were apparently discussing the possibility of nuclear attacks on Western nations.
Tell me, Rita, how does a Jewess manage to get access to aL Qaida password protected sites?
And then use those sites repeatedly to obtain what you claim is cutting edge spy stuff?
Is aL Qaida that stupid or do you think Americans are so stupid as to believe your agitprop?
Those aL Qaida types are so ingenious to get JEWISH Media Groups to release their latest batch of "Death to America" tapes.
Tell me, Ms. KATZ, who pays better? The Pentagon or MOSSAD?
And can you give us a "sneak" preview of your next al Qaida tape or do we have to wait for the nationwide release?
Al-Qaida-linked Web site backs McCain
Al-Qaida supporters suggested in a Web site message this week they would welcome a pre-election terror attack on the US as a way to usher in a McCain presidency.
The message, posted Monday on the password-protected al-Hesbah Web site, said if al-Qaida wants to exhaust the United States militarily and economically, "impetuous" Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain is the better choice because he is more likely to continue the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
"This requires presence of an impetuous American leader such as McCain, who pledged to continue the war till the last American soldier," the message said. "Then, al-Qaida will have to support McCain in the coming elections so that he continues the failing march of his predecessor, Bush."
SITE Intelligence Group, based in Bethesda, Maryland, monitors the Web site and translated the message."If al-Qaida carries out a big operation against American interests," the message said, "this act will be support of McCain because it will push the Americans deliberately to vote for McCain so that he takes revenge for them against al-Qaida. Al-Qaida then will succeed in exhausting America till its last year in it."
Mark Salter, a senior McCain adviser, said he had heard about the Web site chatter but had no immediate comment.
The message is credited to a frequent and apparently respected contributor named Muhammad Haafid. However, Haafid is not believed to have a direct affiliation with al-Qaida plans or knowledge of its operations, according to SITE.
SITE senior analyst Adam Raisman said this message caught SITE's attention because there has been little other chatter on the forums about the US election.
SITE was struck by the message's detailed analysis - and apparent jubilation - about American financial woes.
"What we try to do is get the pulse of the jihadist community," Raisman said. "And it's about the financial crisis."
Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden issued a videotape just four days before the 2004 US presidential election directly addressing the American people.