SEAL Team 6 and Osama bin-Laden

Allegedly, on 2nd May 2011, Osama bin-Laden was hunted down and killed by SEAL team 6.

This of course conveniently ignored the fact that bin-Laden had previously been announced as dead as early as October 2001 in the American hospital in Beirut.  He had been ill and suffering from kidney failure for some time.

Within hours, Vice President Joe Biden destroyed any idea of operational security and announced, in effect to the entire world in public remarks at a dinner at the Ritz Carlton, that bin-Laden had been killed in a raid carried-out by the Navy SEALS.  Shortly afterwards, the responsibility was allocated to ‘SEAL Team 6,’ also known as DEVGRU.

Up until this point in time, all DEVGRU activities and information had been highly classified, but now suddenly, the term ‘SEAL Team 6’ was plastered on every TV screen and newspaper in the world.  The Obama administration obviously wanted the entire world to know the name, ‘SEAL Team 6.’

The last thing that Obama or his sponsors / handlers wanted, was for anyone to focus on all his criminal scandals; first and foremost his criminal ID fraud which had been the very basis for propelling him into the White House as de facto president.

…But now, after all the lies about their wars, unemployment and inflation figures, and their lies about almost everything else, they were now claiming that they had hunted-down and killed the most wanted man in the world.  That evening, Obama gave his late night speech to the world from his home, the White House.  It was virtually unheard of for the President to address the nation at such short notice this late at night, but bin-Laden’s death created joy throughout the Western world, especially in the United States where many of its citizens gathered in the streets to celebrate.  They seemed happy to hear about the summary execution of a man who was accused of crimes that all the evidence strongly indicates he did not commit.  This lack of evidence however, did not seem to impact upon their celebrations though.

Naturally, some more sceptical people’s reaction was, ‘OK then, show us the body,’ but unfortunately this seemed to be a difficult request to fulfil as his body was ‘buried at sea to honour Muslim tradition.’  Yeah, right.  How long have the US armed forces been so sensitive to the devout beliefs of Muslims, especially ones that they have deemed as ‘public enemy number one?’  Was Saddam buried at sea then?  No?  How about Colonel Gaddafi then?  Oh, OK then.  But strangely… or not, it is not and never has been, Muslim tradition to bury their dead at sea, unless of course they died at sea.

Since the body had been conveniently disposed of, dumped in the Indian Ocean, the sceptics’ next reaction was ‘OK then, in that case show us the pictures of bin-Laden’s dead body.’  This also proved an impossible task, but no problem, the establishment had a ready-made ‘get out of jail-free’ card for this one too.  A few days after the alleged raid on ‘bin-Laden’s’ compound in Pakistan, the White House made another announcement.  They explained that the pictures would not be released due to potential international criticism for insensitively displaying the pictures as a ‘trophy,’ conveniently overlooking, or at least hoping the great-unwashed would overlook, the fact they had no problem showing the bodies of other people they had murdered in cold-blood, Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi being but two examples of this.  And sensitivity is fairly low down on the list of accusations that could be made against the US government, I would have thought. Still though, who was going to question these highly suspect proclamations?  Not the masses, that was for sure.

However, those whose intelligence was maybe a little more substantial than the greater majority of couch-potatoes, submitted FOI requests to make the pictures available to the public.  Regrettably, the Pentagon claimed to be unable to locate the pictures, or any proof whatsoever of bin-Laden’s death, for that matter according to this article written by the ‘Army Times…’  “Citing the law, the Associated Press asked for files about the raid in more than 20 separate requests, mostly submitted the day after bin-Laden’s death.  The Pentagon told AP this month it could not locate any photographs or video taken during the raid or showing bin-Laden’s body.  It also said it could not find any images of bin-Laden’s body on the Navy aircraft carrier where the al-Qaida leader’s body was taken… The Pentagon said it could not find any death certificate, autopsy report or results of DNA identification tests for bin-Laden, or any pre-raid materials discussing how the government planned to dispose of bin-Laden’s body if he were killed.  It said it searched files at the Pentagon, US Special Operations Command in Tampa, Florida, and the Navy command in San Diego that controls the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson, used in the mission.”

By this time, even the less intellectually well-endowed amongst us were beginning to doubt the official story.  Even without the lack of evidence to back up the White House claims of Osama’s recent assassination, there had already been several reports of his death, previously.  In fact one organisation had already vociferously claimed that his death was ‘a fact’ almost a decade previously, and that organisation was none other than the United States government itself.

However, things now began to get a little more serious as several of the people involved in the ‘bin-Laden’ raid were beginning to turn-up dead.  Of course they were portrayed by the media as being unrelated combat deaths, but there were too many of these ‘convenient’ deaths for them to all be coincidences in my opinion.  So not only was there no proof whatsoever that bin-Laden had been killed at this time, but many of the people who were allegedly involved in the non-existent death, were no longer around to tell the story.

Pakistan national TV had already exposed the death as a lie, but the BBC also interviewed fifty residents of Abbottabad, where the ‘raid’ allegedly took place.  The residents all said that it was impossible that Osama bin-Laden had lived in their midst without their knowledge and the person who lived next door to the alleged ‘bin-Laden compound,’ said that the resident shown in the American photo was not bin-Laden, but his neighbour whom he knew very well.  The Pakistanis therefore openly accused the Americans of perpetrating a hoax.

Who can believe that the ‘terror mastermind,’ the head of what at the time was said to be the most dangerous terrorist organisation in the world, would be left alone, unguarded and unarmed, with only two women to protect him?  And who can believe that such a defenceless person with such essential information for Washington’s war on terror would simply be shot on sight by US Navy SEALs?  Why would Washington waste such an archive of information?  Indeed, why would Washington forego the triumph of parading their captive before the world and confronting him in a courtroom with his crimes and why would Obama, faced with a re-election campaign, forego the patriotic publicity of a White House ceremony at which he pins medals on the heroic SEALs?  What other politician would forego such an opportunity?

I find it very difficult to believe that the SEALs’ identity had to be protected in order to keep them safe from terrorists, or that Obama would let his re-election take a backseat to such a consideration?  No politician would handle the real capture of Osama bin-Laden in such a politically wasteful way.

The Obama regime claimed to have given bin-Laden a Muslim burial at sea, from an aircraft carrier, The aircraft carrier had around 6,000 crew, yet from emails that sailors sent home to family and friends, none of them seem to have witnessed the sea-burial service.  When this story of the emails reached the public domain, Washington quickly announced that bin-Laden’s burial was conducted in secret and that no-one but a few officers were involved.  Think about this for a moment…  Firstly, this was a massive victory in the war against terrorism yet it was being kept secret from sailors whose morale would have been raised, so why keep such a morale-boosting event from the crew of a warship?  What was achieved by the secrecy?  Secondly, do you really believe that an at-sea burial can be conducted on a ship with 6,000 personnel with watches being kept, with sailors on duty on deck around the clock, performing a variety of necessary functions, and no one saw anything?  No, me neither.  The whole idea is utterly preposterous.

Then, on 6th August 2011, a ‘Chinook’ helicopter was shot-down in Afghanistan.  Within hours, even before family notifications could possibly have been completed, global press reports positively confirmed that 22 of the 30 Americans killed were not just SEALS, but members of ‘SEAL Team 6.’

Again, DEVGRU operations had, up until this time, been highly classified yet the Obama regime made a point of immediately revealing the identities of the SPECOPS forces casualties.   In the past, DEVGRU men and other SPECOPS personnel had been killed in action, but their missions were so secret and so crucial to operational secrecy that their deaths were always covered-up by the government and attributed to such things as ‘training accidents’ and other non-specific causes.

The members of these secretive units understand that operational secrecy is paramount and that they will never be publicly acknowledged for their heroism, and that if they are killed or captured in action, the government will lie about that in order to protect its interests and to prevent the enemy from using the situation to its advantage.  I would ask you to compare the reality with what actually happened.  And also remember, that bin-Laden had been dead for many years.  The raid of 2nd May was pure theatre to distract the world from the release of the forged Obama birth certificate.

The SEAL team families noticed that normal deployment operational procedures were not followed, that the entire SEAL team was loaded on a 50-year old Vietnam War-era helicopter and not dispersed as required on their normal modern attack helicopters, and that a variety of other procedures devised to protect such expensively trained Special Forces were not followed.  SEAL team members, according to parents, had written home expressing concerns about their safety.  And according to several parents, the SEALs themselves sensed that they were in danger from internal forces, not from the external enemy.

Questions still haunt the families of the members of the 2011 helicopter mission in Afghanistan.  The investigative file made available to The Washington Times showed that the helicopter’s landing zone was not properly vetted for threats nor protected by gunships, while commanders had criticised the mission as too rushed, and the fifty-year-old Chinook as ill-suited for a dangerous troop infiltration.

“I have lots of unanswered questions. I want to know why so many US servicemen, especially SEALs, were assembled on one aircraft.  I want to know why the black box of the helicopter has not been found.  I want to know many things.”  Sith Douangdara, whose 26-year-old son, John died in the crash.

Just as the aircraft carrier crew did not witness the at-sea burial of Osama bin-Laden, the members of the SEAL team were asking each other, “…who was on that mission that got bin Laden?”  The answer was a very round number.  Zero… none of them were and so, fearful of the ensuing ‘backlash’ that would follow the SEAL team’s discovery that none of them were present, they were eliminated.

Despite, or maybe even because of this deception, Obama was re-elected for a second term.  And another contributory factor maybe, was another ‘popular’ death…

 

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