posted on Dec, 10 2011 @ 04:54 PM
reply to post by ThinkingCap
The whole Bin Laden death thing is a sketchy area, but I definitely don't agree with the official word. Why? He was arguably the most knowledgable
man in the world when it comes to the terrorist network or whatever it is that we're supposedly fighting overseas with the war on terror, and he was
unarmed and could have easily been captured by a trained military group. What'd they do instead? Killed him, then dumped his body in the ocean before
telling anybody. Yeah.....sure.
Wasn't he on dialysis for some kidney problems years before that? He could have died years before that for all we know. Maybe he's still alive
somehow, I don't know, I'm not a doctor and I don't understand his medical condition and the health effects of it. However I'm sure of one thing,
and that's that we weren't told the truth about his death. It was just a bone thrown at the American people who were becoming increasingly opposed
to the wars and angry at the president and government for continuing to spend trillions of dollars on them, losing hundreds of soldiers lives and
killing innocent civilians in the process.
All they had to do was say "The Al-CIAda operative who was responsible for the false-flag terror attack is dead! Hooray for America!", and people
were cheering in the streets! That was just the wealthy elite throwing some crumbs at the American people to make the wasted lives and money that the
wars has taken away seem justifiable.
I remember talking to somebody about how Obama was a terrible president who lied during his campaign, and you know what they said? "Yeah, well he
! He's going to go down in history for that!". They said that as if they forgot he campaigned about bringing the troops home, not
pledging to kill Bin Laden and expand the wars.
People will believe anything the government and media tells them. Absolutely anything