Osama bin Laden: Didn’t he die much earlier?
by Peter Eyre on 15 May 2011 7 Comments

From my long years of association with intelligence work in NATO, including familiarity with Mossad agents who are experts in cover up, I can say without fear of ridicule that there are just too many loopholes in the Osama bin Laden death story as put out by US President Barack Obama, and since ‘refined’ and ‘modified’ every few hours by whoever the contemporary White House spokesman may be.


Indeed, I am astonished that the sole superpower is unable to either cook up a plausible story and stick to it, or put a more credible person before the camera. Experience says that the art of finding out if the authorities are telling lies [or truth] comes from the analysis of the first reports, plus photographs available, plus witness statements etc. In this case, we find that with each passing day, the authorities shoot themselves in the foot many times over.


While it is likely that a raid took place [chopper left behind], the American government has staged so many ‘false flags’ that it is hard to tell fact from fiction. It is my personal assessment that Osama bin Laden died in 2001, but Washington needed to keep the ‘war on terror’ going, so it perpetuated the myth that he was still alive, to facilitate its ‘right’ to carry out a raid anywhere, anytime. It is also easy to take out another person and make it appear to be another man. One can create any story in the media and say his widow and children have been interviewed by the US, though Islamabad also said that the family would be sent home to their countries of origin.


Equally, there are conflicting early reports - two helicopters became four helicopters; then advanced stealth helicopters so as not to make so much noise and come in undetected. Two helicopters were stealth; the other two appear to be Chinooks that one can hear from miles around and would be detected on radar. There are also statements from Pak officials and security staff that do not add up.


None of the helicopters landed, and the SEALs came down by rope and were recovered by rope, as per standard practice. So my question – how did they get a 6 foot 4 inch dead man up a rope, which requires great skill even by a man alive? And what about the other bodies – not a peep on that! Then, one helicopter crashed – and the first shot of the tail against the wall is not the same tail shown later of the stealth helicopter!


There are many grey areas about the crash, not to mention that there were two men in the compound with torches after the helicopter had left and before the fire brigade arrived. The photograph taken of the burnt out wreckage does not make sense to me (as an expert in aviation)... I would say therefore that Osama died in December 2001 after a very long illness; he was in a critical condition when flown by private jet to Dubai in September and went back to hospital in Rawalpindi; he died of renal failure in December. 


I have calculated the flying time from Bagram Air Base to OBL and back, and also the trip from Bagram to the US Carrier, and it does not add up. I have on record that Pak officials said the US helicopter used their northern base for this operations – so it’s a total fabrication.


I have carried out an analysis of the compound and checked every witness statement, government statement and US statement, and it all does not add up. This was a fake attempt to bring Bin Laden to an official end and at the same time spread hysteria that we can now expect reprisal attacks and that Al Qaeda continues, etc., - in other words, the war on terror continues…  




Looking back over the way the Osama Bin Laden story panned out, with scenes of jubilation in the US, it obviously brought political credit to an otherwise defeated US President. It is said the entire Bin Laden episode could have cost the US anything between $250 billion to a staggering $3 trillion!


Osama Bin Laden was from an incredibly rich family, paid visits to the US, as did members of his family, and was a front man for the CIA. Over time he saw US start to take over the Arabian Peninsular, install bases, which caused him concern as this was his Holy Land. Bin Laden decided Jihad was the only way to resolve this issue. Concerned with the bloodshed in Palestine, Iraq, and Qana in Lebanon, he just could not tolerate the occupation of Saudi Arabia, “cornerstone of the Islamic world, place of revelation.”


America, he said, has occupied the holiest parts of Islamic lands, is plundering its wealth, dictating to its leaders, humiliating its people, terrorizing its neighbours and turning its bases there into a spearhead with which to fight neighbouring Muslim peoples.


The Arabian Peninsular is vital in the New World Order master plan as the main shipping route to the US and Europe is via the Gulf of Aden – Red Sea – Suez Canal – Mediterranean. Sitting on either side is Yemen to the north and Somalia to the south, and US desperately needs a major base here to control who enters and leaves via this commercial lifeline of the West. For example, should US and Israel decide to take on Iran, they would blockade this location and the entrance to the Persian Gulf, preventing commercial traffic to and from Iran.


We now see major unrest across the many Islamic countries in North Africa and throughout the Middle East. Behind this unrest is the New World Order master plan to intentionally collapse the world’s financial system. Part of this plan involved massive corporate fraud involving many companies, especially in the oil, gas and mining sectors, with the direct involvement of the banking sector, certain leading political figures and their parties.


Anyway, the point of this digression is to insist that Osama Bin Laden died of kidney failure back in December 2001.


Bin Laden was a valuable CIA asset, but things didn’t work out the way they had hoped, so they kept this entire fabricated story alive, along with his Al Qaeda organization, that also does not exist. The war on terror is a scam. The latest reports from Pakistan Intelligence say he is believed to have lived in Pakistan for the last seven and a half years, moving house once. According to one of his wives, for the last five years, he never left his room.


I find this a little confusing given this US ABC report: “That CIA were tracking a taller man that was in the courtyard who took regular walks … they referred to him as the pacer but could never get a clear enough shot to determine it was indeed Bin Laden.”


“Obama was smart enough to stay off cell phones and stay away from windows and did not talk in the courtyard so there was never any positive ID before the raid.”


Recall that the US stated there were no telephone or internet connections to the compound and that couriers would make contact… Then there is the absurd story about money and phone numbers hidden in his coat!!


Anyway, back to 2001:

-        This is just one report highlighting the situation that led to his death (written by Stephen Lendman): After December 13, 2001, his regularly intercepted messages stopped.


-        On December 26, 2001, according to “a leading Pakistani newspaper” story, a prominent Taliban official said he attended his funeral.


-        Bin Laden, in fact, was very ill with kidney disease. In September 2001, CBS News anchor Dan Rather reported that he was admitted to a Rawalpindi hospital on September 10, 2001


-        France’s Le Figaro said: “Dubai....was the backdrop of a secret meeting between Osama bin Laden and the local CIA agent in July (2001). A partner of the administration of the American Hospital....claims that (Bin Laden) stayed (there) between the 4th and 14th of July (and) received visits from many members of his family as well as prominent Saudis and Emiratis. (During the same period), the local CIA agent, known to many in Dubai, was seen taking (the hospital's) main elevator (to) bin Laden's room.”


-        In 2002, influential “people in a position to know” that he died included:

-        Pakistan President Musharraf;

-        FBI counterterrorism head Dale Watson;

-        Oliver North saying, “I’m certain that Osama is dead....and so are all the other guys I stay in touch with;”

-        Afghanistan President Karzai;

-        Israeli intelligence saying supposed Bin Laden messages were fake; and

-        Pakistan’s ISI “confirm(ing) the death of....Osama Bin Laden (and) attribut(ing) the reasons behind Washington’s hiding (the truth) to the desire of (America’s hawks) to use the issue of Al Qaeda and international terrorism to invade Iraq.”

-        Other evidence includes former CIA case officer Robert Baer telling National Public Radio (NPR): “Of course he's dead.”


Now we can clearly see that for a very long time the CIA and Washington have kept this secret well guarded to keep up the “War on Terror” that fits their master plan and also because conflicts and wars are good for US arms manufacturers and keep up the price of oil.


In fact, before Osama Bin Laden died he denounced any involvement in 9/11, but that’s another story. So wake up world and start demanding answers. The world’s media has been totally sucked into this hype and cannot offer correct journalistic protocol.


Peter Eyre, a former British Naval officer, worked at NATO headquarters, and spent a lot of time in the Middle East and South East Asia as a petroleum consultant; he lives in the UK and writes regularly for the Palestine Telegraph; his website is www.eyreinternational.com

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