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by Morley Evans
This interview with Osama bin Ladin was published on September 28, 2001 in Ummat, an Urdu-language daily newspaper in Karachi, Pakistan.
Was there an Osama bin Ladin, leader of a world-wide shadow network of terrorists, or was Osama a figure created by the CIA to be the equivalent of Emmanuel Goldstein who was created by the Ministry of Truth in George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four? Are there large numbers of people who want to bring down Washington's Empire? Undoubtedly. Is there an Al Qaeda world-wide terror organization like SMERSH or SPECTRE? Doubtful. A Red Under Every Bed was more credible. Do you remember when the Colombian cocaine cartel in Cartagena (CCCC) was the most dangerous threat since the Nazis? Al Pacino played a very scary Toni Montana in Scarface. I was scared, believe me. Do you remember that Saddam Hussein was even more evil than Stalin or Hitler from whom he learned how to be a ruthless dictator? Do you remember the boy who cried, "Wolf!" or Chicken Little? Who was Foxy Loxsy and what is the moral of the story? Please leave your answers in Comments below.