American Al Qaeda Resurfaces To Maintain Financial Fearmongering Timing of latest tape serves to bolster economic “shock doctrine” Steve Watson Infowars.net Tuesday, Oct 7, 2008 Adam Pearlman, the Jewish Mossad agent who once wrote stinging essays condemning Muslims as “bloodthirsty terrorists”, has once again popped up as an “Al-Qaeda spokesman”, this time to lament on the “crushing defeat” Americans face with the meltdown of the economy. Rumors of Pearlman’s demise have proven to be short lived as the suspected double agent referred to “the escalating chaos and looming meltdown threatening the crusaders’ economic system.” in a newly tape once again released via the U.S. government affiliated IntelCenter organization. Pearlman, aka Adam Gadahn, twice refers to the economic crisis stating, “My dear brothers and sisters, today the Muslims are on the verge of a historic victory against the imperialism and tyranny of the unbelievers, and the enemies of Islam are facing a crushing defeat which is beginning to manifest itself in the expanding crisis their economy is experiencing - a crisis whose primary cause, in addition to the abortive and unsustainable crusades they are waging in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Iraq - is their turning their backs on Allah’s revealed laws, which forbid interest-bearing transactions, exploitation, greed, and injustice in all its forms, and demand the worship of Allah alone to the exclusion of all false gods, including money and power.” Commentators, economists and officials, such as Rep. Brad Sherman, Sen. Patrick Leahy, activist Naomi Klein and even mainstream media outlets such as the New York Times have all commented on how the Bush administration’s reaction to the crisis is a part of a so called “shock doctrine”, whereby crises, real or perceived, are used to strong-arm a disoriented citizenry into accepting changes to its rights, and its government, that it wouldn’t otherwise accept. In order for these changes to be implemented, a panic atmosphere has to be created and sustained. In this sense Pearlman’s appearance is once again right on cue and not for the first time serves only to bolster the government’s position, as he peddles the same fearmongering propaganda we saw the president reel off twelve days ago.