Wednesday, April 24, 2013

"Spiderman was not immediately available for comment..."

Alert: Spider-Man linked With Boston Bombers

Michael Jackson, Game of Thrones, Finding Nemo could also be involved

Steve Watson

The ongoing intelligence search for evidence as to how the Boston bombing suspects may have been radicalized has uncovered earth shattering new evidence.

Authorities now believe that they have unquestionable evidence linking the bombings to Spider-Man.

As reported by the New York Times today, investigators trawling through Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s social media accounts have found “There are lots of references to musicians like Chris Brown, Jay-Z and Michael Jackson; television shows like “Breaking Bad” and “Game of Thrones,” and movies like “Spider-Man” and “Finding Nemo.”

Spiderman was not immediately available for comment, but is thought to have strenuously denied the allegations, with a spidy spokesperson stating “The FBI has a long history of radicalizing and provocateuring would be terrorists, simply google the term “NY Times: ‘FBI Staged Terror Attacks’”.

New Yorkers also doubt the webbed hero’s involvement, pointing instead to Doctor Octopus, with some saying they witnessed private security working for The Green Goblin at the scene of the attack.

The Times adds that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is also believed to have been a fan of “Nutella and Frosted Flakes.”

The media has since implied that Frosted Flakes have long been involved in disseminating anti-American views, and that Nutella is a known snack of the Elders of Zion.

In case you have read this far without realizing, this is a satirical article with a serious point. Just because someone may have read an article on Infowars does not mean they can be connected to the organization.

Yet this is exactly what some media repeaters are doing today following an AP report that suggested suspected bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev was a listener to Alex Jones’ radio show.

Within the same paragraph the AP suggested that Tsarnaev was also interested in anti-semitic material, implying that Infowars was also connected with this kind of material.

A Salon columnist, among others, then repeated the claims, albeit yellowing them up to a ridiculous level with the headline “Tamerlan Tsarnaev was an Alex Jones fan”.

Read more and listen to Alex’s response to the AP’s baiting here.


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