posted on Jun, 5 2011 @ 01:32 PM
So here's the story: Bin Laden died in December, 2001, having said four times that he did NOT do 9/11 and didn't know who did. That was a story that
could not stand. So the American government brought Bin Laden back to life, like Frankenstein, and re-wrote his story -- now that he is dead and
can't rebut it. Bin Laden will die when the American government says he can die, and not a moment before. They have "facts" to establish. The new
story, told the very day he died, is he DID do 9/11, and is proud of it. The war continues on the basis that Bin Laden is still alive and a threat.
More Bin Laden videos are found in which he gloats over 9/11. These are shown to the American public to "prove" Bin Laden was behind 9/11. When
Benazir Bhutto tells David Frost on November 2, 2007 that Bin Laden was murdered by Omar Sheikh in 2001, she is too authoritative a figure on the
topic to let her live. Bin Laden can't be dead yet. The war must go on. So Bhutto is murdered a little over a month later, and BBC edits her
statement out of their story. When it's time to wind the war down, Bin Laden is allowed to die. The false story can't go on forever. No one's seen
hide nor hair of him for 10 years. And Obama's ratings are plummeting. So now he can die, the war has been justified, Osama took credit for it, the
Administration is justified, and Obama can get reelected. It's all good. And the real people responsible for 9/11 go free.
And now it's time to leave 9/11 behind us, say the liberal pundits. It's been used to take away all our freedoms. Time to forgive and forget. Well,
if 9/11 had been caused by Osama bin Laden and al Qaeda, I would be willing to forgive and forget. But I am not ready to leave 9/11 behind if the real
people behind it are government insiders who are still here causing trouble, and haven't been imprisoned for life for the traitors they are. As far
as I'm concerned, we have yet to put 9/11 before us. Everything that has happened in the past has been pure fantasy, ignorance and sadism. It is
shocking that so many American people do not care enough about this event to find out who the real culprits are, and are content to believe liars,
thieves, and murderers.
Note: Wikipedia notes that on November 9, 2007 -- seven days after she told David Frost that Omar Sheikh had killed Osama -- she told Fox News
reporter Greta von Susteren that "I think Osama bin Laden must be rubbing his hands with glee as he looks at what's happening in Pakistan."
Contrary to Wikipedia's argument, this disproves nothing. Butto's attribution of "emotion" to a dead man is of course a common manner of speaking
-- as in "Thomas Jefferson must be turning over in his grave when he sees what Obama, Bush, and Congress have done to the Constitution."
Scrutinizing the record of a dead woman's utterances to find possible inconsistencies is just revisionism, and fails to deprive her original
statement of its convincing force. To rebut Bhutto's plain statement that Omar Sheikh killed Osama, a clear recantation is required, i.e. "Osama is