YEARS OF DECEIT: US OPENLY ACCEPTS BIN LADEN LONG DEAD
December 5, 2009
by Gordon Duff/STAFF WRITER/Senior Editor
BIN LADEN NEVER MENTIONED IN McCHRYSTAL REPORT OR OBAMA SPEECH
“HUNT FOR BIN LADEN” A NATIONAL SHAME
Conservative commentator, former Marine Colonel Bob Pappas has been saying for years that bin Laden died at Tora Bora and that Senator KerryÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s claim that bin Laden escaped with Bush help was a lie.Ã‚Â Now we know that Pappas was correct.Ã‚Â The embarassment of having Secretary of State Clinton talk about bin Laden in Pakistan was horrific.Ã‚Â He has been dead since December 13, 2001 and now, finally, everyone, Obama, McChrystal, Cheney, everyone who isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t nuts is finally saying what they have known for years.
However, since we lost a couple of hundred of our top special operations forces hunting for bin Laden after we knew he was dead, is someone going to answer for this with some jail time?Ã‚Â Since we spent 200 million dollars on “special ops” looking for someone we knew was dead, who is going to jail for that?Ã‚Â Since Bush, Rumsfeld and Cheney continually talked about a man they knew was dead, now known to be for reasons of POLITICAL nature, who is going to jail for that?Ã‚Â Why were tapes brought out, now known to be forged, as legitimate intelligence to sway the disputed 2004 election in the US?Ã‚Â This is a criminal act if there ever was one.
In 66 pages, General Stanley McChrystal never mentions Osama bin Laden.Ã‚Â Everything is “Mullah Omar”now.Ã‚Â In his talk at West Point, President Obama never mentioned Osama bin Laden.Ã‚Â Col. Pappas makes it clear, Vice President Cheney let it “out of the bag” long ago.Ã‚Â Bin Laden was killed by American troops many many years ago.
America knew Osama bin Laden died December 13, 2001.Ã‚Â After that, his use was hardly one to unite America but rather one to divide, scam and play games.Ã‚Â With bin Laden gone, we could have started legitimate nation building in Afghanistan instead of the eternal insurgency that we invented ourselves.