TIM OSMAN: The Perfect Manufactured Enemy
Please stop for a moment and ask yourself this question: What do you REALLY know about Osama Bin Laden? If you get all of your news from the corporate mainstream media, your answer would probably be that Bin Laden is some nasty terrorist from the middle east who used 19 Islamic extremist hijackers to bring down the twin towers. But if you get your news from a wider range of sources, your opinion would be somewhat different. For example, did you know that Bin Laden has worked with the CIA since the 1970's under the CIA codename - Tim Osman? Did you know that the CIA funded Bin Laden's operations from the very start? Did you know that the Bin Laden family is the second wealthiest family from Saudi Arabia, and the Bin Laden Corporation is one of the wealthiest corporations in the middle east? Did you know that the Bin Laden family and the Bush family have been business partners for over 3 decades? Did you know that on the morning of 9/11, Bush senior was at a meeting with the Bin Laden family in Washington? Did you know that over 180 members of the Bin Laden family were airlifted out of the USA between September 11th and September 13th 2001, whilst every US citizen was grounded? The list goes on and on and on. Make no mistake, Osama Bin Laden is a misguided and criminally-minded individual. However we cannot ignore the fact that the Bin Laden family has such close ties with the Bush family, and we cannot ignore the fact that Osama Bin Laden is a CIA asset. For our own peace of mind, these issues should have been investigated by the 9/11 Commission, but they weren't. The fact that none of this information was mentioned in the 9/11 Commission report is highly suspicious. And the fact that the corporate mainstream media has hardly reported on any of these matters is also highly suspicious. In order to put the matter to bed once and for all, it is high-time the American public demanded a proper independent investigation into the events of 9/11. And whatever the outcome of that investigation, at least we can then all move on.