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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

The Western intelligence establishment must be dancing for joy knowing that Internet pornographer Jon Messner has managed to infiltrate the shadowy world of al-Qaeda cyberterror involving a Web site called Al Neda.

This amazing story, hacked out by senior CNN drone Mike Boettcher, details the cheap publicity stunt of a pathetic little man who pimps his own wife on line via naughty, nudie Web-cams through his 'housewives' porno Web site.

Following Boettcher's expert investigative reporting, we learn that Messner hijacked a high-level viper's nest of hideous terrorists. Or maybe he just copied their posts. Boettcher seems not to know the difference, or care.

"Messner, using the aggressive tactics he's employed to run his adult site, said he 'hijacked' Al Neda for five days and recorded a 'virtual who's-who of every hostile message board and site on the Internet,'" Boettcher says.

"Traffic to the site increased under his control, most of it coming from Saudi Arabia, [Messner] said. The majority of the September 11 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia."

Surely that's all the evidence we need. Traffic from Saudi Arabia. Case closed.

Of the patriotic Messner, Boettcher writes, "His Porsche and its 'WIVES' vanity plates memorializing his success in adult entertainment are, he believes, a testament that he and his family are living the American Dream."

Well, if the American Dream involves pimping your wife on the Web, then I reckon he's right about that. Thank God thousands of brave young men are sleeping rough and eating crummy MREs in Afghanistan as we speak, exposing themselves to considerable hardship and risk in order to preserve it. ®

Internet Security Threat Report 2014

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