Al Qaeda hit list includes US billionaires Bill Gates, Warren Buffett, others

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NEW YORK, NY – As Americans prepared to mark the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, Al Qaeda in the Arab Peninsula launched its next edition of Inspire, the online magazine for international terrorists and those who want to be.

“Some things are too beautiful to be forgotten” reads one headline, along with the question: “Will we ever experience such a sight once more?”

As outrageous as that may be, assassination is the real focus of the 14th edition of the terror magazine.

Specifically, Al Qaeda editors want so-called lone wolves to hunt down and kill really, really, rich or influential Americans, folks like liberal card-playing buddies Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, conservative industrialists Charles and David Koch, former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg, Internet entrepreneur Larry Ellison, casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, and the former chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, Ben Bernanke, but, curiously, not the current chair, Janet Yellin, who may be “yellin’” inside with relief.

The goal of the magazine is to derail the revival of the US economy through the assassinations of individuals the editors describe as “economic personalities” and “wealthy entrepreneurs”.

The magazine says those folks can get off the hit list by taking their money out of US banks, investing it in other countries, and denouncing support for Israel.

Or we could just remember what happened on 9/11 and then remove the people who came up with the hit list.

Now there’s a plan we can probably agree with.