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Updated: 21 May, 2013


This image of Washington after a nuclear holocaust, which a US intelligence group claimed showed the ambition of Islamic extremist terrorists, was actually lifted from a computer game. The article originally appeared in a March, 2008 edition of The UK Daily Mail but was shortly thereafter pulled after I contacted their Editorial Office. I also contacted The Daily telegraph and their exposé article was subsequently also 'pulled' on that same day, both within 6-hrs one of the other. The Telegraph's Staff (I'm pretty sure it was) threatened me with Legal Action, or actually said:
- "Our Lawyers will be in Contact with You", and quickly hung up.
Or was it me that hung up? Fairly outrageous though!
— Of course nothing was ever heard and they were obviously found wanting at having been rumbled.

The SITE Intelligence Group said that the image, showing a ruined Capitol Building in Washington, was created by extremists as part of discussions about the feasibility of nuclear strikes against the US and Britain.

The original 'Washington Apocalypse' image.
This is the original image still being served to you from the Daily Mail's Image Server. If you Right » Click and view 'Image Address' you will see the original Mail Article Publishing date and this info.

The images appeared in a video, called Nuclear Jihad: The Ultimate Terror, posted on two password-protected websites, al-Ekhlass and al-Hesbah, believed to be affiliated with al-Qa’eda.

However, it has transpired that far from being a detailed simulation created by terrorist masterminds, the apocalyptic vision is in fact lifted from the computer game Fallout 3, by US game designers Bethesda Softworks.

The game bills itself as “America’s first choice in post-nuclear simulation”, with players roaming a ruined landscape some time after a nuclear war in 2077.

SINCE I submitted a comment to The Daily Mail on line comments, a decent well informed reply, The Telegraph Website link above, has been removed.

The posting to Daily Mail has not gone up. I have now submitted my same comments to the 'This is London' newspaper online site, the other paper that apparently ran the same story. Silence will obviously ensue and from this we may deduce in Sherlock Holmes style that The Telegraph is cooperating with the other papers to pull down the Original Telegraph exposé of SITE intelligence article at:

This is now a 404 type message page.

Either the purposes of leaving this disinformation up is for datamining purposes and/or simply to have a laugh at the gormless London sheep.

Obviously, my only response to this, if true, is that the entire duplicit and complicit MSM, allegedly partisan but now proven to be working in tandem, are destined by their unaccountability and downright fraudulent deception to be flushed 'Down the Tube' with the rest of The Crap they print.

I think they are panicking about having misrepresented SITE intelligence's abilities.

Rescued synopsis of the March 2008 events. Where Juntawatch, in a now discontinued forum, confronted both the Daily Mail and Daily Telegraph and exposed their fleet street hatchery over this story, and their subsequent cover-ups.

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