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    • These poor quality fakes are probably meant to be proven as fakes so as to make people believe the story.

      Not lost on me is that this Bin Laden affair gives an excuse to drive down energy prices which most western economies... and in particular, the U.S., were starting to suffer from.

      As to Bin Laden's death occuring right at this point in time along with the inconsistency of some of the details surrounding the whole affair, you can put me down as a skeptic.

      There is nothing that the powers-that be won't stop at in order to continue the charade of what has become unsustainable standards of living for the masses with the price of energy being so important to the whole equation.

      So the timing of Bin Laden's death might also be considered suspicious if it also results in a correction in energy prices.

      The military industrial complex along with bankers and foreign policy reach into the Persian Gulf region are never to be discounted no matter who is in the WH.

      I lump in most of the media here too as they've done a masterful job of creating and building up an image of Bin Laden that in my mind is mostly fabricated and inconsistent with what he really stood for.

      Heck, I'm not even sure he was behind 9-11 but even if he was, he did not strike me as a religious Islamo-fanatic.

      He came from a wealthy family, had a western education, and chose to fight for a cause yet never really sought political power???

      Hmm, just what was driving him other than an ideology of fairness?

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      • I'm quite skeptical about this whole affair as well.

        Why on earth would they quickly dispose of the body of the worlds most wanted terrorist. We wait 10 years and BAM! They dump him in the big pond?

        All of the time spent to track him down, etc?

        They knew people would be asking this VERY QUESTION and they chose to ignore it?

        They should have dealt with this the same way you deal in any criminal case. YOU DO NOT DESTROY THE EVIDENCE. What where they thinking?!? Did they simply assume that people would not ask questions?

        If they had kept the body and frozen it, then heads of states all over the planet and anyone else, etc. could examine the evidence AND IT WOULD ALL BE OVER!

        Of course now they can release the video of a white bag being dumped into the sea....yeah, like people are going to fall for that?

      • *...they've done a masterful job of creating and building up an image of Bin Laden that in my mind is mostly fabricated and inconsistent with what he really stood for. Heck, I'm not even sure he was behind 9-11 but even if he was, he did not strike me as a religious Islamo-fanatic. He came from a wealthy family, had a western education, and chose to fight for a cause yet never really sought political power??? Hmm, just what was driving him other than an ideology of fairness?...*

        Yeah, you should write a book: Bin Laden and the Ideology of Fairness... Boy Scout, Freedom Fighter, Peace-lover, Victim of the Corrupt Western Medias false images.... Jeez, why not send this post to one of the families of his victims... they would tell you what to do with it.

        P.S. He not only claimed responsibility for 9/11, he bragged about it. You dont want to believe the media, but why not believe him?

 
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