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The single silliest claim of a false flag operation yet

The Sydney Morning Herald carries an extract from a TV interview with Abu Bakar Bashir of Jemaah Islamiah, who claims that the 2002 Bali bomb was carried out by the CIA. Nothing new there. However, he just has to push it a *little* bit further and claims:

"the device that killed most people in the Bali attack was a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) "micro-nuclear" bomb."The micro-nuclear bomb that did so much damage was a CIA bomb, not Amrozi's bomb," Bashir told the ABC".

Uh-huh.

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Blogger Peter Hitchens said... 10:43 am

I love a good conspiracy, but a micro nuclear device really is stretching it.
I wouldn't suprise me if the CIA did have a hand in it, but using conventional materials and the usual bunch of useful idiots.  



Anonymous Verity said... 7:27 pm

I was wondering where I might pick up a micro nuclear bomb for personal use, in case of need.

Could you store it on a high shelf in the kitchen, do you think? Or maybe the store room in the garden. But what if a cat jumped up on a counter and knocked it off? You can't be too careful of micro nuclear devices, in my experience.  



Blogger Croydonian said... 7:34 pm

You just can't be too careful, can you? It looks like the californium bullet never got beyond the conceptual stage.  



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