They thought they had “deaded” him by dumping him at sea in a Muslamic burial, but little did they know that Osama Bin Laden would come back to haunt them again, be afraid, be very afraid, it’s Ozombie!
It’s been a year since the bogey man was deaded and in the time since, America and her minions have tried to select many a heir apparent to fill those shoes of the bad guy.
Whether it’s the Haqqani network or some other nameless group that’s given the spotlight, America was founded on and has always needed “The Other” to maintain it’s hegemony.
Recent talk of more Al-Qaeda attacks to mark Bin Ladens death anniversary or the omnipresent threat posed by a weakened faction have been cranked up in the last month.
President Obama’s campaign is using the Bin Laden factor to argue Mitt Romney would not have launched the raid to kill Osama bin Laden last year. The argument of course is being made to coincide with the one-year anniversary of bin Laden’s death.
The so called founding fathers of America, a bunch of extremist fanatics believed it was their “Manifest Destiny” to wipe out every single last indigenous person on the land they themselves had recently washed up upon, because they were fulfilling their religious covenant, to slay the heathen devil to claim what was their god given right.
In more recent years it was the almost sixty year long cold war threat from the Communists and now we’re eleven years into the open war against Islam.
What may seem to you as a bit of a joke by the American media machine, is in fact a calculated use of “soft power”.
The dominating themes are as old as Hollywood: America’s divine right to invade other societies, steal their history and occupy our memory, with directors and writers behaving like pimps for a world-view devoted to control and destruction.
We all grew up on the movie myth of the Wild West, which was harmless enough unless you happened to be a Native American. The formula is unchanged. Self-regarding distortions present the nobility of the American colonial aggressor as a cover for massacre.
America has lived by the idiom of “Be afraid, be very afraid”, it is the American condition. Whether it’s the Ozombie or not, America promote fear, anxiety and insecurity, to it’s citizens, to be surrounded by potential harm, enemies and evil intent.
The wolf is always at the door and as long as you can keep the people in an endless state of fear, you will keep them as unquestioning supporters of your wars of blood and treasure.
So be afraid and watch over your shoulder, the Ozombie will eventually catch you.