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Media Uses FAKE PHOTO of Dead Bin Laden
May 2, 2011
Mainstream media used a FAKE image of Bin Laden and passed it off as the actual trophy shot of the terrorist that was apparently killed on May 1, 2011. The image was used on the front pages of the Daily Mail, Times, Telegraph, Sun and Mirror websites along with many cable news outlets.
Officials claim they have the real pictures of the dead Bin Laden, but say that they are too graphic to put out. The pictures apparently show Bin Laden with a gunshot wound to the side of the head but due to the wounds his face is “unrecognizable”. Officials also say they quickly disposed Bin Laden’s remains into the sea for the sole reason not to create a martyr shrine for future jihadists.
In my opinion there will be no pictures of the corpse of Bin Laden because he was never assassinated on May 1, 2011. IF they do roll out the photos, the corpse would be unrecognizable. Seems all too convenient to dump the body at sea and not show the public actual proof of his remains because there are none!
There is just too much proof that Bin Laden died in 2001 in Tora Bora, be it health issues or military involvement, check these out:
Osama Bin Laden Pronounced Dead… For the Ninth Time
Osama bin Laden: A dead nemesis perpetuated by the US government
BREAKING NEWS: Osama bin Dead awhile
FOX NEWS Reported Bin Laden’s Death in 2001
Bin Laden’s Ghost Claims Flight 253 Attack
U.S. Openly Accepts Bin Laden Long Dead
May 1 is a day of historical events, here are a few:
1776 – Adam Weishaupt founds secret society of Illuminati
1945 – Hitler was declared dead
2003 – Bush declared “mission accomplished” in Iraq on an aircraft carrier
This is just a massive propaganda campaign by the Obama administration to boost his approval rating and to stir up patriotism in support of more wars across the globe. To say that the Obama administration killed Bin Laden on May 1st seems just too perfect. Bin Laden’s supposed death is most likely politically motivated for Obama, and could be a pretext for another major 9/11-type event that will continue the global war on terror that will result in more unconstitutional measures and possibly a military service draft.
UPDATE: The media is still using the fake image of the dead Bin Laden! Sky news is still questioning whether the photo is real or fake, here’s the undeniable proof that it’s a total fraud:
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Iraqis Rage Against U.S. Puppet Dictatorship
February 26, 2011
BAGHDAD – Iraqi security forces detained hundreds of people, including prominent journalists, artists and intellectuals, witnesses said Saturday, a day after nationwide demonstrations brought tens of thousands of Iraqis into the streets and ended with soldiers shooting into crowds.
Four journalists who had been released described being rounded up well after they had left a protest at Baghdad’s Tahrir Square. They said they were handcuffed, blindfolded, beaten and threatened with execution by soldiers from an army intelligence unit.
“It was like they were dealing with a bunch of al-Qaeda operatives, not a group of journalists,” said Hussam al-Ssairi, a journalist and poet, who was among a group and described seeing hundreds of protesters in black hoods at the detention facility. “Yesterday was like a test, like a picture of the new democracy in Iraq.”
Protesters mostly stayed home Saturday, following more than a dozen demonstrations across the country Friday that killed at least 29 people, as crowds stormed provincial buildings, forced local officials to resign, freed prisoners and otherwise demanded more from a government they only recently had a chance to elect.
“I have demands!” Salma Mikahil, 48, cried out from Tahrir Square on Friday, as military helicopters and snipers looked down on thousands of people bearing handmade signs and olive branches signifying peace. “I want to see if Maliki can accept that I live on this,” Mikahil said, waving a 1,000-dinar note, worth less than a dollar, toward Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s offices. “I want to see if his conscience accepts it.”
The protests – billed as Iraq’s “Day of Rage” – were intended to call for reform of Maliki’s government, not revolution. From the southern city of Basra to northern cities of Kurdistan, protesters demanded the simple dignities of adequate electricity, clean water and a decent job.
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Obama gave $400,000 to Gaddafi family
February 27, 2011
The U.S. continues to support dictators around the world militarily and financially.
Last year the Obama administration contributed $400,000 of taxpayer money to the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation, run by his son Saif, and to ‘Wa Attassimou’ which is another charity run by Gaddafi’s daughter, Aisha.
- The money would be divided between two foundations run by the family of Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi. A $200,000 share is set to go to the Gadhafi Development Foundation, which is run by Gadhafi’s son, Saif, and another $200,000 are to go to Wa Attassimou, an organization run by Muammar Gadhafi’s daughter, Aisha.
Kirk says the grants should be withdrawn in light of the recent return to Libya of Pan Am Flight 103 bomber Abdel Baset Megrahi. The terminally ill prisoner was released from in Scotland on compassionate grounds, and got a hero’s welcome from Muammar Gadhafi and other Libyans upon his return.
Saif Gadhafi was involved in negotiating for Megrahi’s release, and accompanied him back to Libya.
“Just weeks after the Gadhafi family celebrated the return of a terrorist responsible for the murders of 189 Americans, the U.S. taxpayer should not be asked to reward them with $400,000,” Kirk wrote to the president. “For the sake of the victims’ families who have endured so much pain these last few weeks, I ask you to withdraw your Administration’s request.”
Clearly there has been no ‘change’ in the U.S. supporting dictators that are a menace to the population. America funds so many dictators around the world, the most famous are; Hosni Mubarak, Anwar El Sadat, Saddam Hussein, Papa Doc, Pol Pot, Noriega, Fahd bin’Abdul-Aziz, and many more.
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Gaddafi orders explosion of Libya’s oil pipelines
February 23, 2011
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi has ordered his security forces to sabotage oil facilities, Time magazine reported Wednesday, quoting a source close to Gaddafi.
According to the report, the forces were ordered to start blowing up oil pipelines in order to cut off flows to ports in the Mediterranean.
“The sabotage, according to the insider, is meant to serve as a message to Libya’s rebellious tribes: It’s either me or chaos,” said the report.
Time also reported that the insider said Gaddafi only has the support of about 5,000 soldiers in the army and that the Libyan leader has told people close to him that he realizes he cannot take control over Libya with the troops he has.
FLASHBACK: 1991 Burning Of Kuwait Oil Fields By Saddam
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Castro: U.S. to Invade Libya for Oil
February 23, 2011
CUBA and Nicaragua have sprung to the defence of embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, with Fidel Castro claiming Washington plans to order a NATO invasion of Libya to seize oil interests.
“To me, it’s absolutely clear that the Government of the United States is not interested in peace in Libya,” said the 84-year old former Cuban leader, who still heads the Cuban Communist Party.
Washington, he said, “will not hesitate to give the order for NATO to invade that rich country, perhaps in the coming hours or days.”
There has been no immediate reaction to turmoil in Libya from Venezuela’s President Hugo Chavez, Mr Gaddafi’s closest ally in the region.
But Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega defended his friend, saying he had spoken with Mr Gaddafi, who is “waging a great battle … and in these circumstances is trying to dialogue, and defend the integrity of the nation so that it does not break up, and so that there is no anarchy.
Libya is confronting a growing diplomatic backlash against the bloody crackdown on protesters, denouncing charges it was carrying out massacres.