IMAX – In an unexpected theatrical release, al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden has issued a new video in 3D, threatening the West and wowing audiences at the same time.
The terrorist mastermind warns the West that continued occupation in Afghanistan will have dire consequences for America and their allies unless they pull out of the country, all while appearing to jump out from the screen right at you.
“To our brothers in Afghanistan, you must rise up against western occupation, striking back at infidels whereever they should be found” were the ominous words from Bin Laden while repeatedly poking his AK47 at at the screen.
‘Totally worth it’
The tape contains numerous instances of objects flying out of the screen including Bin Laden’s hate for western civilisation. A U.S. counter terrorism official, Mike Jones, confessed to ML News that it “did make me jump in a few places.”
Mr Jones advised it not be viewed by those who suffer from motion sickness, blurred vision or a negative reaction to anti-American rhetoric.
Reactions have been mixed however, with security analysts unsure for the need to deliver a fear based narrative in three dimensions.
“I do think he’s gone too far this time,” admitted FBI Director Robert Mueller. “The vitriol would have been just as fierce in 2D, so I don’t see the point. It certainly wasn’t as good as Avatar….plus he charged us and extra dollar for these damned glasses.”
In the tape, Bin Laden explained that the high price is due to the need to offset the high costs involved in producing America bashing media in 3D from the undisclosed cavernous regions in the borderlands between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Jumping on the bandwagon
For the majority of viewers however, the release is seen as a step forward in the field of extremist propaganda.Looking forward to seeing more message of hate in the new medium
One such security consultant was raving: “It was awesome! The part where he called for untold misery and destruction to be brought down against our people unless we stopped our imperialist conquest of the Middle East is totally more immersive in 3D.”
Although skeptical, Mr Mueller did feel that 3D terror messages will be a major trend in about five years.
“He’s raised the bar for sure. People will expect a lot more from Jihadist groups and anyone looking to cause mass destruction on a grand scale.”
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