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Pakistani President: Osama bin Laden is Dead!

  • This is no big secret if you have been following the alternative news media on him. Apparently, he died of kidney failure. The MSM which is under the control of the shadow government needs to propagate the lie that he is alive so that war can continue.
     
  • Raw Story reports :
      
    Two weeks ago, Pakistan President Asif Ali Zadari
    suggested that Osama bin Laden might be dead, saying that U.S. and Pakistani intelligence agencies had been unable to detect any sign of the world’s most wanted man since an audio recording of his voice was released in March.
     
    Sunday morning, Zadari went further: “I don’t think he’s alive,” the president told NBC’s David Gregory. “I have a strong feeling and reason to believe that.” Zadari continued: “I have asked my counterparts in the American intelligence services and they haven’t heard [from] him in seven years.”
     
    The CIA has not confirmed that the voice purporting to be bin Laden in the March recording was in fact bin Laden. U.S. officials have claimed that bin Laden could be hiding in the mountainous region along the border of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
     
    Just before saying that he believes bin Laden is dead, Zadari told Gregory that America has “been looking [in Afghanistan] for eight years… You lost him in Torah Borah, I didn’t.”
     
  • The Illuminati shadow government seems intent on escalating the Pakistani war. Will we see a fake, false flag incident that will trigger a India-Pakistan-China war? Pakistan is being dismembered to serve their war agenda. Winter Patriot comments :
     
    Signs and omens, suddenly everywhere, tell us war between the USA and Pakistan is imminent……The signs are misleading. War between the US and Pakistan is not imminent. It’s ongoing. So far the US has made more than 60 airstrikes against Pakistan using unmanned aircraft, and one commando raid using ground troops and attack helicopters. These attacks have killed more than 700 people, and even the most “optimistic” government reports count only 14 al Qaeda leaders among the dead.
      …
    In any case, “imminent” is the wrong word. The war is not imminent. What’s imminent is a grave escalation. And the escalation, in my view, is not only imminent but inevitable. A major, horrific war between the USA and Pakistan is, as I understand it, not only inevitable now; it has been inevitable for many years. I’m quite certain about this. The only question remaining in my mind is: How many is “many”?
     
    If you’re with me so far, you may be wondering: How do I know the reasons given for the war are false? And if the reasons are all false, why is the war imminent, much less inevitable? And why has this war been inevitable for many years?
      …..
    Thirty years ago the Soviet Union was the target, Afghanistan was an expendable battlefield, and Pakistan provided the logistical base. Now the situation is slightly different: China is the target, Afghanistan is the logistical base, and as for Pakistan …
      ….
    But the “grand game” is simply an abstraction, one that “justifies” mass murder on a horrific scale in defense of dimly perceived “national interests”. In reality, we’re talking about hundreds of millions of people whose lives are about to be destroyed, or in the process of being destroyed, as the “players” continue to see strategic advantage in the destruction and destabilization of foreign countries.
     
    And — for the most part, and as always — the victims, and the soon-to-be victims, have done nothing wrong. They’ve been trying to live their lives and provide for their families under a repressive government which came to power with American support, and which, for most of the past several decades, has been doing America’s bidding. Is it a coincidence that the people of Iraq can say the very same thing?
     
    “Operation Cyclone”, which filled Afghanistan with terrorists and planted the roots that grew into both the Taliban and al Qaeda, was started during the presidency of Jimmy Carter. The Carter administration’s marketing slogan — “Human Rights” — gave it perfect cover for a clandestine program of fomenting terrorism in one country in order to destabilize another. And the chief architect behind the plan,
    Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was Carter’s National Security Advisor, is now one of Barack Obama’s inner circle. That’s no coincidence, either.
      
    And this, ultimately, is what makes a major escalation of the war between the US and Pakistan inevitable. The Obama administration embodies none of the change we were hoping for. We are still governed by Bush/Clinton retreads, neo-con chicken hawks, friends and agents of Israel, and Wall Street bankers. None of these people see anything wrong with the American imperial project. The destruction of Pakistan is, and always has been, essential to that project. And the movers and shakers don’t care how much pain and suffering they cause.
     
    To prevent a disastrous war between the USA and Pakistan, it would be necessary to dismantle the American imperial system, and this — as we keep seeing over and over and over — is not about to happen.

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May 11, 2009 - Posted by | GeoPolitics | ,

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