I don’t know how it is for you, but having to go through all this “We killed Osama bin Laden” scenario again is like reliving the huge upset that 9/11 itself was. And perhaps that’s another function of this charade – to run us through that event, hopefully to bring us closer to completion.
Is that the reason that Obama is heading to Ground Zero? To give us a glimpse of a good guy declaring that upsetting period over so that we heal before the spaceships appear?
That could be. Maybe the President has been advised to go through this charade to close off this whole chapter and deprive the cabal of the 9/11 frame of reference. It could happen.
In this video, Alex Jones says at one point that the death of bin Laden has been announced nine separate times.
In an earlier article, Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN said that a man on kidney dialysis was a man who was nearing the end of his life. Yet Osama bin Laden, who was on kidney dialysis on Sept. 10, 2001, not only lasted another decade but was found walking around his compound and also resisted seizure. Dead man walking? Lazarus rising from the dead? (See Paul Craig Roberts’ comment on the kidney situation, below.)
Moreover, there was no discussion of a kidney-dialysis machine having been located in the compound. What? Did he grow a kidney back? Maybe he had a kidney transplant while he was booked into the Pakistani military hospital in Rawalpindi on Sept. 11, 2001, the rest of the world being distracted by catastrophe.
Or maybe he’s a clone. Yes, that’s the ticket.
I understand that this scenario is depriving the cabal of its favorite bogeyman, with which to scare children, but I’ll be happy when there’s no more need to play games like these.
Since I don’t want to string this thread out any longer than need be, I’ll gang Paul Craig Roberts commentary with this piece.
Osama bin Laden’s Second Death
By Paul Craig Roberts, Information Clearing House, May 2, 2011, at http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article28009.htm
If today were April 1 and not May 2, we could dismiss as an April fool’s joke this morning’s headline that Osama bin Laden was killed in a firefight in Pakistan and quickly buried at sea. As it is, we must take it as more evidence that the US government has unlimited belief in the gullibility of Americans.
Think about it. What are the chances that a person allegedly suffering from kidney disease and requiring dialysis and, in addition, afflicted with diabetes and low blood pressure, survived in mountain hideaways for a decade? If bin Laden was able to acquire dialysis equipment and medical care that his condition required, would not the shipment of dialysis equipment point to his location? Why did it take ten years to find him?
Consider also the claims, repeated by a triumphant US media celebrating bin Laden’s death, that “bin Laden used his millions to bankroll terrorist training camps in Sudan, the Philippines, and Afghanistan, sending ‘holy warriors’ to foment revolution and fight with fundamentalist Muslim forces across North Africa, in Chechnya, Tajikistan and Bosnia.” That’s a lot of activity for mere millions to bankroll (perhaps the US should have put him in charge of the Pentagon), but the main question is: how was bin Laden able to move his money about? What banking system was helping him? The US government succeeds in seizing the assets of people and of entire countries, Libya being the most recent. Why not bin Laden’s? Was he carrying around with him $100 million dollars in gold coins and sending emissaries to distribute payments to his far-flung operations?
This morning’s headline has the odor of a staged event. The smell reeks from the triumphant news reports loaded with exaggerations, from celebrants waving flags and chanting “USA USA.” Could something else be going on?
No doubt President Obama is in desperate need of a victory. He committed the fool’s error of restarting the war in Afghanistan, and now after a decade of fighting, the US faces stalemate, if not defeat. The wars of the Bush/Obama regimes have bankrupted the US, leaving huge deficits and a declining dollar in their wake. And re-election time is approaching.
The various lies and deceptions, such as “weapons of mass destruction,” of the last several administrations had terrible consequences for the US and the world. But not all deceptions are the same. Remember, the entire reason for invading Afghanistan in the first place was to get bin Laden. Now that President Obama has declared bin Laden to have been shot in the head by US special forces operating in an independent country and buried at sea, there is no reason for continuing the war.
Perhaps the precipitous decline in the US dollar in foreign exchange markets has forced some real budget reductions, which can only come from stopping the open-ended wars. Until the decline of the dollar reached the breaking point, Osama bin Laden, who many experts believe to have been dead for years, was a useful bogyman to use to feed the profits of the US military/security complex.