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Osama Bin Laden está en China! (He's in China)

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posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 10:58 AM
Translated from El Mundo

Gordon Thomas

10/13/04 "El Mundo" -- During the home stretch of the Northamerican elections, Osama bin Laden could prove to be the ace in the sleeve of president Bush. As we speak, Washington is negotiating a highly secretive agreement with Beijing, the Chinese capital, for the eviction of bin Laden from his sanctuary in the turbulent Muslim provinces of China, in the Northwest of the Great Wall nation.

More than five million people, many of them fanatic followers of Osama, live in that region, which can be called one of the most volatile regions of Earth. Thousands of them work for the mafias who specialize in the trafficking of humans and drugs to the West. Last summer, Bin Laden sealed an agreement with the authorities in Beijing, in which he was granted asylum in return for his guarantees that the guerilla war of the Muslim Chinese against the Chinese nation would end.

Over the years, tens of thousands of troops of the Popular Liberation Armee had been sent to the region with the intent to squash the insurgents.

Since the arrival of the Saudi Osama Bin Laden, the region has been relatively quiet, and the Muslims who live there are allowed to continue their trafficking of humans and drugs.

However, Bin Laden could now see himself trapped in his refuge, if an extraordinary agreement between Beijing and Washington would come to pass, in which China would hand over to the United States the most wanted terrorist in the world.

The capture of Bin Laden would virtually guarantee the reelection of George Bush Jr., as it would confirm to the millions of undecided voters of the U.S. that the war against terrorism was judstified after Bin Laden had authorized the attacks of 9/11 against New York and Washington.

"A new administration Bush would present China as its great new ally in the war against terrorism. China would enjoy in Washington the status of a most favored nation with all of its facets. Contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars would be approved by fast track. The history of human rights violations in China would be ignored," confirmed last week a high-level representative of the Pentagon. He added that only a small number of "members of very high rank" in the Bush administration knew about the plan to "seize Bin Laden in exchange for a special relationship with China." With almost certainty, among them would be the vice-president, Dick Cheney, and the defense secretary, Donald Rumsfeld.

Agreeing to speak under anonymity, the functionary offered details of the plan to capture Osama Bin Laden as a means to keep Bush in the White House. He explained that this is not the first time that an American administration has resorted to similar maneuvers during an electoral campaign.

Towards the end of the presidency of Jimmy Carter, a secret deal was signed between the then future president of the U.S., Ronald Reagan, and Iran, in which the American diplomats, who had been kidnapped in Teheran, the Capital of Iran, would be freed the very day that Ronald Reagan would be inaugurated to the White House.

According to Ari Ben-Menashe, the former national security advisor of the Israeli government of Yitzhak Shamir, " they paid an enormous sum of money to the Ayatollas of Iran." Ben-Menashe affirms that this deal formed a pivotal piece in the negotiations that later became known as Reagan's October surprise.

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posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 11:27 AM
Whao, bin-laden is a man of many resources, he can be in many places simultaneously, I wonder if he got plastic surgery so he can travel abroad with no problem at all. Maybe a sex change, you know is easier for a man to become a woman that for a woman to become a man, you can always cut away "the excess" than add something that has never been there to begin with.

Now back on the news I though the government in Chine will no have anything to do with bin-laden after all it could only bring trouble to the country.

And if china is planning to hand over biny baby what they are waiting for, the best time to do that is now. (for political reason occurs)

posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 12:26 PM
China is denying it.

Beijing, China, Oct. 19 (UPI) -- China's Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Zhang Qiyue Tuesday sharply denied that Osama bin Laden was hiding in Chinese territory near the Pakistan border.

EDIT:Washington Post link

I suspect that means there is no deal with Bush.

[edit on 21-10-2004 by crontab]

posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 01:00 PM
Hmmm, finding Osama in China... How con-venient

Well, 2 more weeks... Let's see what happens...

[edit on 21-10-2004 by Olafski]

posted on Oct, 21 2004 @ 01:41 PM
Bejing isn't "friends" with the US, nor will they be any time soon. They are communists, ruled by a dictatorship, posess a great deal of nuclear and biological(I'm sure)weapons, have a military which poses a rather large threat, treats it's citizens badly, etc. They are everything which the Americans oppose and the only reason the States and China aren't at war right now is because both sides are scared of one another. The tension has always been there.

If Binladen is in China, and China refuses to hand him over...then the US will probably just be like "we'll..okay..but you suck for this though..." because the US can't handle China right now, or a massive assault on their land at any time. So if the "King of Terror" is there..I don't see China just giving him up..they might accept a bribe though, maybe if we assured them we won't interfere if they take Taiwan..or give them some technology or money...but they won't just *give* him to the US. America have to earn it because in no way are these two nations allies.

But then again, I could be wrong. Time will tell.

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