If you've noticed, I'm actually relatively new here. I was suggested to come here from my other forum stomping ground (an online game forum) after I
posted the following under the Misc. forum topics. I guess you can consider this an invitation into how my mind analyzes situations.
Anyway, this is what I had posted before and now I'd like to share with everyone here:
Title of thread: Fake Bin Laden?
Ok, I'm going to indulge my Tinfoil hat by putting on this link and asking people what they think:
Note: No, I don't know one way or the other whether the article has any credibility in its speculations. That being said however, I do tend to have
an open and very objective mind. I like to analyze and even over-analyze. Why? because I simply can't be happy until I get a clear picture of any
given situation. (I blame my dad since he was a cop and he always taught me to look for any and all possible causes/answers to a situation)
I'd like to add that, no I didn't simply start believing this just because "another tinfoil hat nutcase said it" I had been wondering about what
is presented in that link ever since I first saw the tape. Comparing and contrasting both the image and the video that Fox was showing at the time.
Whether what the link says is true is anyone's guess, this is just one more piece of the puzzle for me. And I do love a good puzzle.
On another note: Did you guys know that if you go to the fbi.gov website, and you search for Bin Laden's record, you won't hear any mention of the
2001 trade center attacks? (I did because, hey, they're offering a 25mill reward! come on! that's a nice chunk of change, granted, I don't have a
chance in hell to get it, but hey, it's nice to dream.)
Here's the link to the fbi site:
he's "the most wanted terrorist in america" and yet when you read further down, you will read this:
Usama Bin Laden is wanted in connection with the August 7, 1998, bombings of the United States Embassies in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and Nairobi,
Kenya. These attacks killed over 200 people. In addition, Bin Laden is a suspect in other terrorist attacks throughout the world.
Don't you find it odd that, for the most wanted terrorist in america, whom it is believed without a shadow of a doubt that he was behind the murders
of 9-11-2001, that he in fact confessed it in the video (although the video itself can be questionable), and yet, no mention of him being behind
9-11-2001. Yeah, they mention the 1998 bombings. But not the big one? not 2001? isn't this a bit suspicious?
I have to hand it to them though, at the top of the page, it reads the following:
MURDER OF U.S. NATIONALS OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES; CONSPIRACY TO MURDER U.S. NATIONALS OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES; ATTACK ON A FEDERAL FACILITY
RESULTING IN DEATH
Granted, one CAN argue that this "covers" the 2001 attacks since they mention an attack on a federal facility. But in all actuality, they could just
be referring to the 1998 attack, not necessarily the 2001 attack. Heck one can even argue that the FBI just hasn't updated their website. But come
on, for 6 years? really?
My point being mainly that I find some of these things very curious indeed. and I might have to consider moving somewhere else since I probably have a
satellite aimed at my house lol!
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