Bin Laden–The Man With Two Strange Deaths!
Bin Laden–Twice Dead?
Bin Laden. To most Americans, Osama Bin Laden, their arch enemy and the man responsible for 9/11. To the better informed, Bin Laden was a key CIA asset (cover name while in the States for CIA sponsored Stinger missile training, Tim Osman) until a patsy was needed.
He was a hero to the mujahedeen for leaving his cushy Saudi millionaire's life, going to the Hindu Kush (couldn't resist–foothills of the Himalayas) and not only fighting the Russians, but helping to finance the war from his own deep pockets. Bin Laden was very carefully cast, though, first as hero, then as zero, ultimately becoming America's most iconic enemy.
His visage was known around the world, his every utterance and video meticulously pored over by analysts in a slew of intelligence organizations worldwide. Was he the enemy of the American people? He says he wasn't. Was he responsible for 9/11? Again, he says “No”, in what's officially considered to be the last confirmed statement he made.
Gordon Duff, Editor & Publisher of VeteransToday.com says he has ironclad evidence Bin Laden died in March 2001, so what to make, then, of Al Qaeda's official looking May 3rd statement Bin Laden was killed? That's May 3, 2011, two days after the SEALs killed the man they thought was Bin Laden. The date of the attack, May 1, is most interesting, when seen from an occult perspective. And if he died in 2001, whom did the SEALs eliminate a decade later?
Bin Laden & A Dish Served Cold
Revenge is that dish, and the Russians, unlikely as it may sound, served it up to Bin Laden. Or was it? Their nemesis during the Russo-Afghan War, particularly so for introducing the deadly Stinger antiaircraft missile and basically nullifying Russian tactical airpower via heavy, demoralizing losses and being forced too high to attack effectively, the Russians had been gunning for Bin Laden since well before that war even ended. But the way they got their presumed quarry was so odd Hollywood wouldn't have bought the script!
Just as some Americans chose not to come home from Vietnam, so, too, did some Russians not return to the Motherland–heresy and desertion combined! Apparently, no more than 40 Soviet soldiers, having built families with Afghan wives, stayed behind and lived in small enclaves, protected by the local warlords in exchange for unspecified services. This news alone, delivered by highly sensitive contacts, was astounding. What followed? Even more so!
Evidently, one or more members of this stay behind group, which was neither formal nor sanctioned by the Soviet government or the successor Russian government, managed to locate and kill Bin Laden. The body was disappeared, and is “thought to be buried somewhere near Kandahar.” That's the best information the U.S. has been able to come up with. It would appear that Gordon Duff somehow got access to this same set of data, and is convinced Bin Laden died/was killed in that time frame.
How Do You Kill Bin Laden, If He's Already Dead?
Good question. Turns out tall Arabs aren't that unusual, but tallness was what made 6'6″ Bin Laden stand out when among his much shorter Pashtun mujahedeen brethren. So the man the stay behind Russians shot could easily look like the right man, but not be the right man. After all, they're looking for someone who stands out against much shorter men, so it must be Bin Laden, right? With no body, no on-scene comparison, no forensics, no DNA taken, all that can be said is that someone, thought to be Bin Laden, was killed by these Russians. Satisfied with that?
We were told Bin Laden had kidney disease, so bad he required frequent dialysis. Lurid stories were presented to show how wildly improbable that was, especially in the “wilds of Tora Bora.” Not exactly. For Bin Laden came from a family of builders, and according to information provided, “brought in heavy equipment” and “built himself an underground shelter strong enough to withstand a nuclear attack.” Puts a different light on Tora Bora, doesn't it? This was all done, under Soviet noses, during the Russo-Afghan War! So instead of some feeble, sick man trying desperately not to die from either American weapons or self-poisoning from irregular and infrequent dialysis, we have someone in a fully equipped, state-of-the-art deep underground command bunker. This engineering marvel was later destroyed, to the extent possible, by Al Qaeda, when Bin Laden “slipped away.”
Cut to Abbottabad, Pakistan, where Bin Laden reportedly lived for six years, while the U.S. tore the world apart looking for him. Let's fast forward to that crucial moment when the Jedis of SEAL Team Six burst into Bin Laden's bedroom and confront America's nemesis. Whom, exactly are they encountering? Who is going for one of two visible Kalashnikovs when he's shot to death? JKI previously reported the youngest wife exclaiming “It's not him! It's not him!” JKI now knows, though, there is a vital sequel to the story as previously reported here. She recanted!
After being carefully examined and gently, expertly patched up by a Navy corpsman, following being shot in the leg by the SEALs in order to clear the line of fire to Bin Laden, his youngest wife, Amal Ahmad Abdul Fatah, abruptly changed her story and admitted the SEALs had killed the real Bin Laden, saying “It's him. You got the right one.” So, how do we know that wasn't a lie; it wasn't , say, a brother? After all, sensitive contacts have told JKI the U.S. had no prior reference DNA sample from Bin Laden himself. Nor was any taken from his son after the attack. The DNA tests established the body was that of a Bin Laden, not the Bin Laden.
Bin Laden–How We Know The SEALs Killed Him
While ultra rapid DNA testing established the family connection, it was Bin Laden's high public profile, and his corpse, which ultimately confirmed the other evidence. The SEALs had no tape measure, so the field expedient was to have a six footer lie down next to the body, which was a good deal taller than that SEAL. Later, super advanced facial recognition software, so good it reportedly “can tell one twin from another,” compared the known public Bin Laden facial imagery (scads of it), to the images shot as the SEALS burst into his bedroom, to the stills and video taken post mortem. 100% match! It can now be definitively stated: Bin Laden is dead, and the SEALs killed him. Right family, right man. His wife says so, as does Al Qaeda.
And what of the kidney condition? Bin Laden's body was carefully examined and scanned while aboard the U.S.S. Carl Vinson. Two normal kidneys, no transplant scars, no evidence he'd ever been on dialysis. Had the SEALs not shot him, his run would've still been short. Why? He had Addison's disease; doctors figured given its advanced state he had “two to three years left.”
Bin Laden & “Corporate Restructuring”
Considerable time has now elapsed, and JKI has recently been told by its superlative sources of additional proof that the Jedis of Six got the real Bin Laden. Among the wealth of captured material (hard drives, disks, computers, paper) removed from his house in trash bags was a plan which showed Bin Laden was still running Al Qaeda, no matter how much heartburn it caused Ayman Al Zawahiri, Bin Laden's second in command. He wanted Bin Laden as a figurehead and supplier of money, but himself in real charge. Evidently, Bin Laden knew of this or sensed it. The Bin Laden plan was what the business types would call a corporate restructuring–with no Ayman Al Zawahiri in Al Qaeda!