posted on May, 19 2012 @ 10:20 PM
This makes sense. If I remember correctly US intelligence confirmed that Bin Laden's kidneys were shutting down, and that he was on dialysis multiple
times per week. It was rather advanced by that time, which was not that long after 9/11. If they were pursuing Al Qaeda through the mountains as they
said they did, then how could Bin Laden simply waltzed into a town with electricity and a dialysis machine, like a hospital, without being noticed?
I doubt they had the capability to administer these treatments in their mountain caves, so something is wrong with this picture. He should have been
dead around that time, due to the previously mentioned condition. The life he was leading, being on the run in the mountains, definitely had a
detrimental effect on his already shaky health, and he passed away.
But of course, the government looks at this incident as a tool. They do not want to announce this to the world because people may call for the war on
Al Qaeda to end, or begin winding down, and the establishment was nowhere near finished with their plans and expectations. I agree as well about the
80's video quality. Surely if the organization was as well-funded and dangerous as the US made them out to be, they could afford a better camera.
So either these videos were much older, like from the time of the war with the Soviets, or they are fakes created this way to hide and mask certain
minute details and features that would show up much more clearly on modern-day video cameras, thus running a higher risk of exposing their double, or
stand-in. I really am only speculating, but that seems logical to me. It also seems highly illogical that Bin Laden could have survived in his
condition and the location he was in for so long, stressed and on the run, up until recently. No way.
Unless of course the government was lying about other details. Maybe Bin Laden wasn't on the run. They did let him escape after the battle of Tora
Bora, at least I think this was the one, by leaving one side of the square completely open, allowing Bin Laden and his battalion to simply walk
unhindered to safety. So maybe he was able to get dialysis treatment, but only if the US was allowing him free reign on his movements and weren't
keeping the fighters holed-up within the mountains.
Maybe the US were administering his treatments themselves, lol. I doubt it, but as I said, they didn't try very hard to catch or kill him when they
had him cornered. They can say what they want, but mistakes that serious just don't happen under these circumstances....A resource-packed army
against no more than a battalion of guerrilla fighters, who are surrounded by the way, does not simply forget to guard a perimeter. That is basic
military tactics, and "forgetting" something that crucial is just beyond possibility in this situation, at least in my opinion.