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Did Osama bin Laden really die in 2011? TERRORIST, DIED, BIN, GOVERNMENT, BURIED, WAR, OCEAN, GRAVE, EVIDENCE, US, KILLED, PROPAGANDA, LADEN, CONSPIRACY, KILLER, MUSLIM, BOMBING, ALIVE, DIE, KILLED, QAEDA, KILLER1, BURY, FOX, HOAX, SECRET, GOVERNMENTS, SYMPATHIZERS, AMERICANS, CAVES, THEORIES, CONSPIRACIES, EXECUTION, PROTECTION, PAKISTAN, DEATH, BUSH, THERMITE, DRONE, DESTROYED, ISLAMIC, OSAMA, NAVY, KIDNEY, PRESIDENT, AIRCRAFT, RELIGIOUS, TERRORISTS, SECRETS, TOWERS, SEALS, ISIS, TAPES, FORCES, TOWER, 9/11, 2001, _____________________________________________________________ ➽ YouTube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHhalz3iy7g https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yl-HFSfUKMs _____________________________________________________________ When US forces finally tracked down terrorist leader Osama bin Laden -- living in Pakistan, likely with support of the ISI -- he was killed and, according to the official story, buried at sea. So why doesn't everyone believe this is true? _____________________________________________________________ ➽ When did Osama bin Laden actually die? _____________________________________________________________ Osama bin Laden was a super-villain concocted by Western intelligence to take the blame for the orchestrated terror. The phantom Osama bin Laden was a skeleton key opening the door to foreign intervention in the middle east, or anywhere Al Qaeda might be. The motive is simple -- ever-expanding wars. The deception continues at home with the creation of a totalitarian state supposedly meant to combat terrorism. So rotten is the "big lie" of the War on Terror, that the most iconic events of the period are the most contrived. The official story about the killing of bin Laden disintegrated in mere days, as no one could keep the story straight. _____________________________________________________________
Coming just four days after the murder of British soldier Lee Rigby in London, the stabbing of the French soldier was immediately seen as a possible copycat attack. The French soldier, patrolling as part of France's Vigipirate anti-terrorist surveillance plan, was injured in the stabbing around 6pm but would survive, the source said. He was attacked in the business district of La Defense. French daily Le Parisien cited police sources as saying the suspected attacker was a bearded man of North African origin about 30 years old, and was wearing an Arab-style garment under his jacket. Though unlike the London attack, this time the suspect ran away.