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One Year On, Still No Evidence For Osama Bin Laden's Killing

It is a year since the US government pulled off one of the most audacious stunts of the 21st century, when on May 2nd 2011 they claimed to have killed Osama bin Laden during a Navy SEAL operation in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The contemptuously sloppy story spun by the US government, parroted without question by the controlled corporate media, and obligingly swallowed by a largely gullible Western public, was dubious in the extreme.

Many credible commentators, including respected intelligence analysts and heads of state, had claimed years before 2011 that bin Laden was already dead. It is widely believed that bin Laden suffered from kidney disease; former President of Pakistan General Pervez Musharraf stated in January 2002 that he thought the al Qaeda leader had died of the disease, and after reviewing video footage of a poorly-looking bin Laden from late 2001, CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta observed that his "frosting of the appearance is something that people a lot of times associate with chronic kidney failure, renal failure, certainly someone who is requiring dialysis would have that."

Even if bin Laden was still alive in May 2011, events following his supposed killing proved, for the rationally critical, very difficult to swallow.


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Please read the article below, called The Silent War...

it is sobering to think that these deliberately disconnected,drugged-out soldiers may become the private army for the DHS.

The gov't and the NWO

are attempting to present us with a completely fake and fabricated world.
They are confident enough in their propaganda and brainwashing that they think they can tell us that black is white, and up is down, and that we'll believe it.

Unfortunately, there are actually some numbskulls who DO!

No video, no independent witness, no physical evidence.

Then it didn't happen. Went to see dad last night, the news was on. What a bunch of nincompoops!

When they paraded bin Laden out and made the claim, I said, "No video, no independent witness and no physical evidence. Who knows what really happened?"

Dad and I have a long history of pestering each other. We listen to each other out of intellectual respect. Dad's a lifelong independent who values his freedoms. He has always been on our side on that. He is evaluating Ron Paul, for sure. If only to find out why I support Ron Paul.

Free includes debt-free!