posted on Jan, 9 2010 @ 01:12 PM
The BBC will be airing the program, The Conspiracy Files: Osama Bin Laden - Dead or Alive. The program will air at BBC Two 2130 GMT Sunday 10
January and then on BBC iPlayer. Here is the link to the BBC iPlayer: www.bbc.co.uk...
The debate about Bin laden will continue for your years and may never truly be solved. But while people are debating the issue certain facts seem to
To date, the total cost of war that has been allocated by Congress is $1.05 trillion.
About $747.3 billion to Iraq $299 billion to Afghanistan. Why is there such a difference in the amount spent on Iraq compared to Afghanistan. These
numbers are based on an analysis of legislation in which Congress has allocated money for war and research by the Congressional Research Service
(latest report) which has access to Department of Defense financial reports. You can read all the numbers at costofwar.com
We have been fighting in Afghanistan for 8 years! What have we accomplished?
In 8 years the United States Military has not bee able to capture Bin Laden. How can the worlds superpower not capture one man?
More than eight years after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the attempted bombing of a Northwest Airlines flight on Christmas Day was a stark reminder
that al-Qaida is still a serious threat to the United States.
We can't become so focused on Bin Laden and if he is alive that we ignore the above facts.
If anyone has a chance to watch the program I would be interested in reading your thoughts.
I have included two links to audio commentaries about the Bin Laden Special and the War in Afghanistan. I also included a link to the story, Concern
Grows About U.S. Focus On Afghanistan.
(visit the link for the full news article)