Thursday, May 3, 2012

The Osama Bin Laden Fiasco Continues: Now The Liars In The US Are Promoting Phony Bin Laden "Letters" He Made 8-9 Years After He Died!

OK... For the hundredth time... Osama Bin Laden, aka.. CIA trained agent Tim Osman, died of complications due to failing kidneys sometime around December 13th, 2001, and was buried in the Tora Bora mountain region of northwestern Pakistan near the Afghanistan border.  That, readers, in spite of what the liars in the government and the liars in the mainstream media continue to promote, is fact.

But the liars, it seems, will not give up so easily.. For according to this news article, from The Star online news service out of Canada, at, it seems that these criminals are now putting some Osama bin Laden "letters" online for everyone to see.  The problem is that these letters were supposedly written in 2010, some 8-9 years after Osama bin Laden died!   Here is that The Star article for everyone to see for themselves, and hold back your laughter until after you read this ridiculous article for yourselves:

Osama bin Laden’s last letters go online, showing dark days for Al Qaeda leader

Published On Thu May 03 2012

In his final days, Osama bin Laden warned other terrorist groups not to repeat the mistakes of Al Qaeda in Iraq.

In his final days, Osama bin Laden warned other terrorist groups not to repeat the mistakes of Al Qaeda in Iraq.

WASHINGTON—In letters from his last hideout, Osama bin Laden fretted about dysfunction in his terrorist network and crumbling trust from Muslims he wished to incite against their government and the West.

A selection of documents seized in last year's raid on bin Laden's Pakistan house was posted online Thursday by the U.S. Army's Combating Terrorism Center. The documents show dark days for Al Qaeda and its hunkered-down leader after years of attacks by the United States and what bin Laden saw as bumbling within his own organization and its terrorist allies.

“I plan to release a statement that we are starting a new phase to correct (the mistakes) we made,” bin Laden wrote in 2010. “In doing so, we shall reclaim, God willing, the trust of a large segment of those who lost their trust in the jihadis.”

Until the end, bin Laden remained focused on attacking Americans and coming up with plots, however improbable, to kill U.S. leaders. He wished especially to target airplanes carrying Gen. David Petraeus and even President Barack Obama, reasoning that an assassination would elevate an “utterly unprepared” Vice-President Joe Biden into the presidency and plunge the U.S. into crisis.

But a U.S. analysts' report released along with bin Laden's correspondence describes him as upset over the inability of spinoff terrorist groups to win public support for their cause, their unsuccessful media campaigns and poorly planned plots that, in bin Laden's view, killed too many innocent Muslims.

Bin Laden adviser Adam Gadahn urged him to disassociate their organization from the acts of Al Qaeda’s spinoff operation in Iraq, known as AQI, and bin Laden told other terrorist groups not to repeat AQI's mistakes.

The correspondence includes letters by then-second-in-command Abu Yahya al-Libi, taking Pakistani offshoot Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan to task over its indiscriminate attacks on Muslims. The al-Qaida leadership “threatened to take public measures unless we see from you serious and immediate practical and clear steps towards reforming (your ways) and dissociating yourself from these vile mistakes that violate Islamic Law,” al-Libi wrote.

And bin Laden warned the leader of Yemeni AQAP, Nasir al-Wuhayshi, against attempting a takeover of Yemen to establish an Islamic state, instead saying he should “refocus his efforts on attacking the United States.”

Bin Laden also seemed uninterested in recognizing Somali-based al-Shabab when the group pledged loyalty to him because he thought its leaders were poor governors of the areas they controlled and were too strict with their administration of Islamic penalties, like cutting off the hands of thieves.

The U.S. said the letters reflect Al Qaeda’s relationship with Iran — a point of deep interest to the U.S. government — as “not one of alliance, but of indirect and unpleasant negotiations” over some Al Qaeda terrorists and their families who were imprisoned in Iran.

Nothing in the papers that were released points directly to Al Qaeda sympathizers in Pakistan's government, although presumably such references would have remained classified. Bin Laden described “trusted Pakistani brothers” but didn't identify any Pakistani government or military officials who might have been aware or complicit in his hiding in Abbottabad.

It wasn't immediately clear how many of bin Laden's documents the U.S. was still keeping secret. In a note published with the 175 pages in Arabic that were released Thursday, along with English translations, retired Gen. John Abizaid said they probably represent only a small fraction of materials taken from the compound in the U.S. raid that tracked down and killed bin Laden in May 2011. The U.S. said the documents span September 2006 to April 2011.

Bin Laden was proud of the security measures that kept his family safe for many years, the report said. It said bin Laden boasted that his family “adhered to such strict measures, precluding his children from playing outdoors without the supervision of an adult who could keep their voices down.”

The report said the Special Forces troops in the bin Laden raid were trained to search the home afterward for thumb drives, printed documents and what it described as “pocket litter” that might produce leads to other terrorists. “The end of the raid in Abbottabad was the beginning of a massive analytical effort,” it said.

It said the personal files showed that, during one of the most significant manhunts in history, bin Laden was out of touch with the day-to-day operations of various terrorist groups inspired by Al Qaeda. He was “not in sync on the operational level with its so-called affiliates,” researchers wrote. “Bin Laden enjoyed little control over either groups affiliated with Al Qaeda in name or so-called fellow travellers.”

NTS Notes: OK, readers... I smell the criminal Rita Katz, and her Israeli MEMRI group behind this one, or we could be seeing the work of another Israeli led operation behind this farcical Osama Letters lie!

What must be noted is the equally laughable picture of "Osama bin Laden" that is included with this article.  All that anyone needs to do to see how ridiculous this picture of a fraudulent bin Laden truly is, is to note that this clown's beard is beginning to separate from his face on his right hand side (picture's left)... These fools behind this lie could have at least used better glue for their bin Laden phony's mug shot!

It does appear that the US Government is reaching levels of absolute absurdity in their vain attempts to keep the memory of their trained CIA agent alive, and to keep their phony war on terror going...

One other note for everyone is of course the simple fact that Osama bin Laden had absolutely NOTHING to do with the attacks of 9-11, and that he was the stooge and setup man to take the fall for that obvious and very apparent Mossad operation against America.  The problem stills lies in the fact that the American public still largely believes in the outright lies promoted by their own criminal government.

It is time to put all the lies about bin Laden to an end, and to awaken the masses about the truth about the phony "War on Terror", especially about who is fully responsible for the 9-11 attacks... The criminal state of Israel and their evil Mossad!

More to come



mary sullivan said...!

Jody Paulson said...

OMG, you're right about the beard. That's really bad! *LOL* I guess he uses Grecian formula to cover his gray, too ...

Anonymous said...

at least there did not try to implicate Iran. I wonder why!