THE OSAMA BIN DEAD TALES ARE AN ONGOING WORK IN PROGRESS

Finally.. A real pic of Osama dead.
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It seems that everyone and his mother has doubts about the ‘killing’ of Bin Laden earlier this week. I personally believe he is dead …. has been so since 2001 …
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Perhaps a Warren type Commission needs to be set up to determine the validity on this issue. We have waited almost 50 years for the facts to emerge regarding President Kennedy’s assassination, surely we can wait for the facts on Bin Laden’s 😉
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In the meantime, here are links to what others are saying…
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Osama bin Laden Murder Fable: A Work in Progress

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Bin Laden Story Continues to Change

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9 Comments

  1. Mirah Riben said,

    May 5, 2011 at 18:36

    Doubters should just ask his wife and children who WITNESSED it first hand and have said so!

  2. markal janella said,

    May 5, 2011 at 20:02

    Whether Bin Laden has been dead for years, as I beleive and many reputable persons have indicated, matters not. The war on terror is based upon false information and President Obama claiming claiming we killed Bin Laden on Sunday is just another lie in a long line of lies. This is why there will always be doubt. Remember, simply because the description of an event, such as 9/11, is called a conspiracy does not mean it is not based upon fact and logic. The U.S. government story about who is responsible for what hapened on 9/11 and the subsequent war on terror, war in Iraq and Afghanistan does not stand up to honesty or logic.

  3. Dolores Mulva said,

    May 5, 2011 at 20:35

    Mirah, above….

    What is your source?

  4. May 5, 2011 at 21:30

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  5. Faris Mee said,

    May 5, 2011 at 21:40

    OBL denied 9/11 in his 2001 recordings. And he always spoke with his hands. Actively waving them about. Only when he was resurrected in that yellow robe about 2004 sitting at a desk did he say “We did it”. And never again spoke with his hands. They remained on the desk.

  6. Abraham said,

    May 6, 2011 at 03:59

    “”””Mirah Riben said,
    May 5, 2011 at 18:36

    Doubters should just ask his wife and children who WITNESSED it first hand and have said so!

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    Mira, the us and pakistani official versions later changed and contradicted from “a UNnamed wife among the UNknown number of wives”” to “UNknown woman” detained in a Unspecified location by Unknown pakistani security services..

    Besides NEVER TRUST Pakistan’s ISI. They set up the whole AlQaida Thing with the Seoudi and anglo-saxon intelligence (stupidity is a more precise word) services.

    Lies are flying all over the place.

  7. WTH said,

    May 6, 2011 at 06:19

    White House to the People: did we mention that bin Laden was 10 feet tall?

  8. Geltmesiter said,

    May 6, 2011 at 07:06

    “Doubters should just ask his wife and children who WITNESSED it first hand and have said so!”

    And where did you hear that…oh yeah, it was on the news. Definitely true then, eh?

  9. usurykills said,

    May 6, 2011 at 07:29

    Of course it is BS. OBL died long ago.

    The important question is what does this mean going forward?

    Killing Emmanuel Goldstein is a big step, but one that had to be taken eventually. No one lives forever and it’s always better if “we” win.

    There are obvious payoffs for Obama’s political future.

    The war on terror is expensive, perhaps a change of focus soon.

    Nothing happens in a vacuum, this news should be considered alongside the recent ME “revolutions.” I think this is more than just a distraction from Libya because most people are already distracted from Libya.

    This looks like a settling of accounts — a closing of the books. The IMF may feel 3 wars are too many, especially if they have the Taliban tamed and ready to rule again (only this time we get poppies and pipelines.)

    With Osama dead, 9/11 loses some cache. Winding that down will probably require a replacement atrocity. Ten years to the day?

    Anyway, I don’t pretend to know anything and I’m not making any predictions but it just seems to me you don’t kill the golden goose for no good reason.


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