Bin Laden makes copyright-infringement "piracy" claim against star of Pirates of the
Caribbean, Johnny Depp, for role as Parrot of the AlQaedians. ·
In a new video tape, Usama bin Laden makes
copyright-infringement "piracy" claims against Pirates of the Caribbean star, Johnny Depp,
for his role as Parrot of the AlQaedians. Although the quality of the video lacks the
production quality of some of bin Laden's previous recordings, PoliSat.Com's Washington Bureau
Drawer Chief says the New York Times assured him that Valerie Plame assured them that Joe Wilson had
procured it when he was in Niger in 2003 but did not release it until now to "outing" his
wife in her super-secret role inside the Beltway and the Georgetown Cocktail circuit.
In the video tape, bin Laden rages against what he describes as the "hypocrisy" of
"infidels" in the American Entertainment Industry such as Johnny Depp, To add
suspense to the video, it delays clarifying bin Laden's grievance until the very end. Michael
Moore, who was busy eating the food being rejected by Susan Sarandon and Cindy Sheehan in their
"hunger strike" to "end the war," said he was "highly impressed" with
the video as a tour de force in directorial genius.
Anonymous sources at AlJaZeera indicated that the huge opening-day box-office success of
"Pirates of the Caribbean" made bin Laden determined to "cash in" on the success
by marking DVD versions of this video. However, being an astute money-manager, bin Laden is
reported to have said he must "act fast" in doing so because exit-polls of opening-day
audiences of "Pirates of the Caribbean" were already indicating that "word of
mouth" reviews were so negative that the box-office receipts will soon drop sharply.
Meanwhile, Howard Dean, Ted Kennedy, Dick Durbin, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, John Kerry, John Murtha,
Charlie Sheen, and Cynthia McKinney were trying to get the American people to understand that
"this so-called bin Laden video" was actually made by Karl Rove with Dick Cheney playing
the role of bin Laden. White House spokesman, Tony Snow, said he "could not comment"
on such speculation.
To view the "Bin Laden Copyrights" video in a size for medium-speed connections, use the
"play" button in the above-left video box. Versions of the video for other
sizes/connection speeds are available at the permanent link for "Bin