That's what we all should be shouting today. After all, 'Bin Laden' has died several times already
, and there have clearly been several 'Bin Ladens' over the past 10 years:
First there was this Bin Laden:
Who got a bit older and sicker and turned into this Bin Laden:
And, for a while, it seemed that the many claims that Bin Laden had died of Kidney failure were probably true. But then, up popped this Bin Laden:
who had words put into his mouth
by the White House, specifically words that implicated him in the 9/11 attacks, which the previous Bin Ladens had denied.
Then things went quiet for a few years, but then...after some facial reconstruction and a nice new set of duds, this Bin Laden made an appearance
in a video in which his left arm didn't move an inch. That was a problem apparently, because it took three years and some more facial reconstruction, not to mention a shiny new beard, to get this freaky looking dude...I mean, 'Bin Laden':
This latest model also seemed to have a problem with his left arm though. But more seriously, when this Bin Laden claimed responsibility for the 9/11 attacks, the video frames were conveniently frozen.
Then a couple of years later, we had this Bin Laden splashed across the world's broadsheets:
Unfortunately, he turned out not to be the dead Nemesis of freedom-loving peoples everywhere, but rather this unfortunate guy (after a little CIA photoshopping):
And finally, in 2010, the FBI gave us this Bin Laden
Who turned out to be this guy:
Who happens to be Gaspar Llamazares, a member of the Communist Party of Spain. The FBI initially claimed the image was produced using "cutting edge technology". It turned out that "cutting edge technology" in the FBI involves a computer, an internet browser with access to Google images and basic Photoshop skills. But in any case, the FBI isn't interested in any of the above 'Bin Ladens' in connection with the 9/11 attacks
. In fact, for several years now, no one has been much interested in Bin Laden or his whereabouts, even the smirking chimp "truly wasn't concerned"
about him a few years ago.
So why should the back-room boys in Washington dig him back up now and kill him off, this time for good it seems? Bin Laden (and the alleged hunt for him) was used to justify the invasion and occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq, but those missions have now been 'accomplished' in the sense that those two nations are now US client states (coincidentally, or not, May 1st was the anniversary of Dubya's "Mission Accomplished" speech in 2003). A new stage in the American Imperial War of Terror is in the offing and the 'death' of Bin Laden provides two important ingredients for that next stage:
- A rallying of patriotism back home and among Right Wing Authoritarians the world over and public support for continued military action
- A plausible reason to re-deploy troops and other resources from Iraq and Afghanistan to future theaters of colonial war (think Libya, Pakistan, Syria - or just take your pick!)
In short, it's all about manufacturing 'reality' by molding public perception. The only problem being that those molding our perception and 'creating reality
' are a cabal of decidedly psychopathic individuals with the collective conscience of a snake.
As an aside: If the threats of this mind-programmed patsy
end up having any substance to them, you'll know where to look for the culprits.
Joe Quinn is the co-author of 9/11: The Ultimate Truth (with Laura Knight-Jadczyk, 2006) and Manufactured Terror: The Boston Marathon Bombings, Sandy Hook, Aurora Shooting and Other False Flag Terror Attacks (with Niall Bradley, 2014), and the host of Sott.net's The Sott Report Videos and co-host of the 'Behind the Headlines' radio show on the Sott Talk Radio network.
An established web-based essayist and print author, Quinn has been writing incisive editorials for Sott.net for over 10 years. His articles have appeared on many alternative news sites and he has been interviewed on several internet radio shows and has also appeared on Iranian Press TV. His articles can also be found on his personal blog JoeQuinn.net.