During the recent raid of Islamic headquarters in Osama bin Laden’s top-secret Abbottabad compound by American forces, many secret documents and computers were confiscated. Computer forensics have been finalized on the hard drives found in Bin Laden’s private room and they have revealed a trove of wealth about the 21st centuries most notorious individual.
The data recovered thus far reveals a shocking revelation. Osama Bin Laden was a huge Star Wars fan. Something called “torrents” of the star wars movies were found on his main computer and his iPod. Torrents are electronic methods that illegal individuals exchange terror information or steal from hard working western capitalists.
These torrents and accompanying documents show that the rebel cause in Star Wars was the inspiration to attack and destroy the twin towers and other large targets.
His personal fan fiction reveals that he believed the rebels to be like Muslims and the Empire to be western culture. Osama saw himself as Luke Skywalker in an aluminum falcon speeding his way to destroy the shining pillars of legitimate government.
Before 9/11, the Twin Towers World Trade Center stood as a sign of might for western capitalism and Christianity. Just like the Death Star in Star Wars stood as a sign of the unity and incredible technological accomplishment of the Star Wars Empire. Both the rebels and Muslims were jealous of Empirical American advances in technology and societal relations.
The rebels in star wars were an illegal group of terrorists that lives in caves and were wandering nomads. Just like al-Qaeda is today. They are anti-government and pro destruction. The similarities do not end there:
Like the world trade center, the Death Star was a terror target. It was not a military target, it was a planet. The Death Star was of such a size that is was to be considered a civilian target and probably had innocent laborers, politicians and women on board. Blowing up infrastructure of that size would have to have a negative impact on local environments and create a recession of sorts just like what occurred in NYC.
Some will claim that the Star Wars Rebels are freedom fighters. However, freedom fighters are terrorists.
They are attempting to usurp a government or a dictatorship through violent means. This sounds strangely similar to the Muslim actions in the Middle East and the rest of the world. They are trying to free themselves and establish their own nation. They believe they are freedom fighters. Whether or not a Palestinian strapping a bomb to his/her chest and blowing the hell out of a grocery store is an act of freedom fighting or an act of terror is not up for debate. Attacking innocents is something that only terrorists and the Irish do.
I ask you, who has killed more innocents, Darth Vader or Luke Skywalker? I’ll give you a hint – it’s the terrorist, not the Lord.
The star wars movies also showed us perversions of incest on film. These were said to be some of Bin-Laden’s favorite parts and mirror Muslim sexual perversions.
Muslim-like incest picture
At this point most readers should be more than convinced that Star wars is the root inspiration behind Muslim terror. If you are still not convinced I give you one last piece of evidence: Akbar vs Akbar
“Allahu Akbar” Is an iconic battle cry that means death to Christians by our leader Akbar. After 9/11, the FBI released a letter reportedly handwritten by the hijackers and found in three separate copies on 9/11—at Dulles, at the Pennsylvania crash site, and in Mohamed Atta’s suitcase. It included a checklist of final reminders for the 9/11 hijackers. An excerpt reads: “When the confrontation begins, strike like champions who do not want to go back to this world. Shout, ‘Allahu Akbar,’ because this strikes fear in the hearts of the non-believers.” Also, in the cockpit voice recorders found at the crash site of Flight 93, the hijackers are heard to be reciting ‘Allahu Akbar’ as the plane plummeted toward the ground
“Admiral Akbar” Is the God- like leader of the rebel forces. In star wars faith, drawing a picture of him is forbidden.
Admiral Akbar from Star Wars