lundi 2 mai 2011

Ben Laden : D'ennemi public n°1, il est passé au Mystère public n°1

Montrez moi des preuves et je réfléchirai pour savoir si j'ai raison ou tort d'avoir des doutes.Déjà, visitez ce lien sur même les capacités à nuire d'El qaïda: lien1
Le Président Obama des USA pour qui mentir fait parti du protocole nous annonce la mort de Ben Laden et tout le monde crie Victoire sans prendre la peine de vérifier. Il indique qu'il devait être pris mort ou vif et on indique qu'il est mort d'une balle dans la tête et qu'ainsi justice est faite. Quelle justice, justice divine, justice mafieuse; La vraie justice sur Terre est celle des tribunaux devant lesquels, il aurait dû répondre des crimes dont on l'accuse mais lui loger une balle dans la tête et annoncer qu'on la jeter à la mer, ce n'est pas clair et même très douteux ces témoignages. En plus dans la journée, on nous sort un photo-montage grotesque de ce qui aurait dû être son cadavre. On nous indique qu'il est mort, il y a plusieurs jours. 
Dimanche et Lundi, Obama aurait vu une vidéo retraçant l'opération menée au Pakistan à Abbottabad     lien
On va essayé de remonter le cour des évènements parce qu'il s'est passé des choses aujourd'hui.


Je vais m'appuyer sur un personnage clé en la personne de Sohaib Athar qui n'a rien à voir avec moi. Inconnu hier encore, il est devenu une vedette sur twitter. Vous le saurez dans un instant.

J'ai découvert ce Sohaib grâce à un article de TF1 et je me suis vite dépêché de découvrir ce qu'il a écrit cette nuit. On ne peut pas compter sur les médias officiels qui nous innondent de mensonges actuellement. Dans ce passage , on parle de la mort de Ben Laden; Pour moi cette mort est suspecte tant que je n'ai pas de preuves formelles.
Buzz - Sohaib Athar, un habitant d'Abbotabad, âgé de 33 ans, a rapporté presque minute par minute sur Twitter l'opération militaire américaine qui a abouti à la mort du chef d'Al-Qaïda.
Annonce du crash de l'hélicoptère vers la résidence supposée d'OBL lien2  ,
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emplacement où le crash a eu lieu : lieu1
 
Dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi, vers une heure du matin, heure locale (22 heures, en France), il envoie le message suivant : "Des hélicoptères tournent au-dessus d'Abottabad". Il souligne que l'événement est "rare". L'insomniaque continue ses tweets : "Allez vous-en hélicoptères, avant que je sorte ma tapette à mouches géante", écrit-il en ponctuant son commentaire humoristique d'un smiley. Quelques minutes plus tard, nouveau tweet : "une grosse explosion fait trembler les vitres, j'espère que ce n'est pas le début de quelque chose de mauvais..." Sans le savoir, le petit consultant rapporte en direct l'opération américaine menée par la CIA qui conduira à la mort de ben Laden.

Peu de temps après, les hélicoptères sont partis et le silence retombe sur la ville. Sohaib Athar est content de lui : "il faut croire que ma tapette à mouches géante a marché". Mais il ne dort toujours pas. Et se met à spéculer sur l'origine de ces mystérieux appareils. "Les taliban n'ont probablement pas d'hélico (...) Et les Pakistanais disent que ne c'est pas les leurs (...) Cela doit être quelque chose de plus compliqué que cela". C'est finalement un autre internaute, un certain Munzir qui fait le lien entre les tweets de Sohaib Athar et la conférence de presse de Barack Obama, quelque temps plus tard.

"Oh, hum... Maintenant je suis le gars qui a twitté sur le raid contre Oussama, sans le savoir", écrit Sohaib Athar. En quelques heures, le trentenaire passe de 751 followers à 4.000 vers 7 heures du matin. Vers 11h30, il en était à 16.000 abonnés ; à midi, 21.000 et 15h30, quelques 37.000. Impossible pour lui de dormir. Les internautes lui demandent des précisions, les journalistes veulent l'interviewer. Son dernier message ? "Ben Laden est mort. Je ne l'ai pas tué. S'il vous plait, laissez-moi dormir maintenant". Jusqu'à présent, Sohaib Athar n'était qu'un petit consultant qui pensait que pour se faire un nom sur Twitter, il fallait, écrit-il "avoir d'abord sorti plusieurs albums de rock ou avoir reçu quelques récompenses pour des logiciels". Ce dimanche soir lui a prouvé que pour se faire un nom sur Twitter, il fallait juste parfois être insomniaque.


Et puis rappelez vous  cette interview de benazir Bhutto lien ici 


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avec le détail de l'article.

Benazir Bhutto: Omar Sheikh Murdered Osama bin-Laden


In a November 2, 2007 interview, less than two months before she would be assassinated, Benazir Bhutto was asked by reporter David Frost of Al-Jazeera English about a letter that she had sent to Pakistani dictator Pervez Musharraf. The letter outlined who she believed should be investigated in the event of her assassination. While giving her answer, she listed as one of the suspects a "key figure in security... a former military officer in Pakistan" who had dealings with, among others, "Omar Sheikh, the man who murdered Osama bin-Laden."

Jump to 1:37 to hear this portion of the interview:

(I should probably tell you that this is not the original video I posted. That one is "no longer available". Since I have this sneaky feeling that this is not the last time this post's video will somehow become unavailable, please let me know if it doesn't work and I'll refresh it.)
If that name, Omar Shieikh, sounds familiar it's because he was a key figure in some huge stories between 1999 and 2002. His full name is Ahmed Omar Saeed Sheikh, and multiple variations of those names are used to describe him including Omar Sheikh and Saeed Sheikh. Here's how you may have heard of him:

  • In 1999, Indian Airlines flight 814 was hijacked by Pakistani nationals. In return for the hostages, the hijackers demanded India release the leaders of the ISI (the Pakistani version of the CIA) funded group Harkat-ul-Mujahideen. One of these leaders was Omar Sheikh.
  • In the months before 9/11, using the alias "Mustafa Mohammad Ahmed", Omar Sheikh transferred at least $100,000 to Mohammad Atta, one of the 9/11 hijackers.
  • Omar Sheikh was sentenced to death in 2002 for the murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl.

Having trouble wrapping your head around this? I was too, so I did a little research. First, let's see if this revelation that Omar Sheikh murdered Osama bin-Laden is even possible. I guess the first question would be 'Is Osama bin-Laden dead'?

There are a few reports from around the world that I found that indicated that Osama bin-Laden had died. One report from a French newspaper said that Osama bin-Laden died on August 23, 2006 of typhoid fever. However, if Benazir Bhutto is to be taken at her word, this report cannot be true because Omar Sheikh has been in Pakistani police custody since February 2002 for the murder of Daniel Pearl.

However, some other reports, which seem to make some sense, indicated that Osama bin-Laden died in December 2001. An Egyptian newspaper called al-Wafd published the following article (Volume 15 No 4633) on December 26th, 2001:

A prominent official in the Afghan Taleban movement announced yesterday the death of Osama bin Laden, the chief of al-Qa'da organization, stating that binLaden suffered serious complications in the lungs and died a natural and quiet death. The official, who asked to remain anonymous, stated to The Observer of Pakistan that he had himself attended the funeral of bin Laden and saw his face prior to burial in Tora Bora 10 days ago. He mentioned that 30 of al-Qa'da fighters attended the burial as well as members of his family and some friends from the Taleban. In the farewell ceremony to his final rest guns were fired in the air. The official stated that it is difficult to pinpoint the burial location of bin Laden because according to the Wahhabi tradition no mark is left by the grave. He stressed that it is unlikely that the American forces would ever uncover any traces of bin Laden.
If the funeral took place 10 days before this article was published in al-Wafd and The Observer of Pakistan, this would put the death of Osama bin-Laden around the 16th or 17th of December 2001. Israeli intelligence officials also told reporters in October 2002 that they and United States officials believe that Osama bin-Laden had been killed in December 2001.

If you look at a timeline of events involving Osama bin-Laden, ignoring the questionable videotapes, there is a noticeable shift in the type of communication Osama bin-Laden has with the world and the rhetoric used by Bush Administration and Pakistani officials in regards to the threat Osama bin-Laden poses starting in the middle of December 2001. Some highlights:

September 15, 2001 – President Bush says of bin-Laden, “If he thinks he can hide and run from the United States and our allies, he will be sorely mistaken.”

September 17, 2001 – President Bush says, “I want justice. And there’s an old poster out West, I recall, that says, ‘Wanted: Dead or Alive.’”
November 7, 2001 - Pakistani reporter Hamid Mir interviews Osama bin-Laden in person.
November 16, 2001 - Battle of Tora Bora begins.
November 25, 2001 - Osama bin-Laden gives his last known public speech to his followers in Milawa, Afghanistan, a village located on the route from Tora Bora to the Pakistani border.

November 28, 2001 - Osama bin-Laden reportedly escapes Tora Bora
December 15, 2001 - Osama bin-Laden's voice is reportedly intercepted for the last time communicating with his fighters in Tora Bora via his shortwave radio
December 17, 2001 - US Intelligence and Pentagon officials admit they have lost Osama bin-Laden
December 17, 2001 - United States declares victory at Tora Bora
December 26, 2001 - Article about Osama bin-Laden's funeral is published in Pakistan and Egypt. The funeral allegedly takes place about 10 days earlier. The article is also discussed by Fox News.
December 28, 2001 – President Bush says, “Our objective is more than bin-Laden”
January 18, 2002 – Pakistani dictator Pervez Musharraf tells CNN that he believes Osama bin-Laden to be dead
January 27, 2002 - Vice President Dick Cheney says that Osama bin-Laden "isn't that big of a threat. Bin Laden connected to this worldwide organization of terror is a threat."
January 27, 2002 – White House Chief of Staff Andy Card tells CNN, “"I do not know for a fact that he's alive. I happen to believe he's probably alive… Our overall objective is to defeat terrorism, wherever it is around the world. And so, our objective is not to get Osama bin Laden."
January 29, 2002 – President Bush delivers his first State of the Union address since 9/11. While he labels Iraq, Iran, and North Korea the “axis of evil”, he fails to mention Osama bin-Laden at all.
March 13, 2002 – President Bush says, “Deep in my heart I know the man is on the run, if he's alive at all… He’s a person who’s now been marginalized.… I just don’t spend that much time on him.… I truly am not that concerned about him.”
April 4, 2002 - Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Richard Myers says, "The goal has never been to get bin-Laden"
October 14, 2002 – President Bush says, “I don’t know whether bin-Laden is alive or dead”
October 16, 2002Middle East Newsline reports that Israeli Intelligence officials confirmed that Israel and the United States believe Osama bin-Laden was killed in mid-December 2001 during the Tora Bora bombing campaign.
This timeline, with Osama bin-Laden's death allegedly occurring in the middle of December 2001, makes it possible that Omar Sheikh could have committed the murder. From October 2001 through January 19, 2002, Omar Sheikh was living openly in his home in Lahore, Pakistan. His positions as leader of Harkat-ul-Mujahideen (a Taliban and Osama bin-Laden partner) and ISI agent (the source of funds for Harkat-ul-Mujahideen) would also have given him means for access to Osama bin-Laden.

While it is disturbing that Benazir Bhutto may have revealed that our government has been (and continues to be) lying to us about Osama The Big Bad Wolf, the revelation that his supposed killer was Omar Sheikh raises even more questions than the obvious 'Who the hell is making and releasing all those Osama bin-Laden videos and for what purpose?'.

Here are some interesting facts:

  • Daniel Pearl was investigating, among other things, connections between the Pakistani ISI and terrorist groups when he was kidnapped and killed.
  • On February 5, 2002, before Daniel Pearl's body was found, Omar Sheikh turned himself in to ISI officials. ISI kept Omar Sheikh (one of their agents) in custody for a week before turning him over to Pakistani police. What happened during that week is unknown as Omar Sheikh wouldn't discuss the details fearing his family will be killed.
  • The trial of Omar Sheikh in Pakistan, the result of which was a death sentence, was held entirely in secret and with questionable evidence. According to The Guardian, both US officials and Marianne Pearl (Daniel Pearl's wife) have concluded that Omar Sheikh is not guilty.
  • Before Omar Sheikh's trial had concluded, Pervez Musharraf publicly declared that he wanted the trial to result in a death sentence, leading many to believe he effectively ordered the courts to render that verdict.
  • As of today, Omar Sheikh has not been executed. He has been held by the Pakistanis for years awaiting his appeal which has been delayed 32 times.
  • Condoleeza Rice and Alberto Gonzales told Marianne Pearl (Daniel Pearl's wife) that Khalid Sheikh Mohammad confessed to the murder of Daniel Pearl. Daniel Pearl's family and former CIA investigators doubt that the confession, received only after Mohammad was tortured, is true.
  • Khalid Sheikh Mohammad is the so-called "9/11 mastermind" whose identity was supposedly provided by the interrogations of Abu Zubayda and Abd al-Rahim al-Nashiri. The tapes of these interrogations were the ones famously destroyed by the CIA in 2005.
  • On October 7, 2001 General Mahmood Ahmad was replaced as the head of the ISI at the request of the United States due to numerous reports that he had ordered Omar Sheikh to transfer $100,000 to Mohammad Atta before 9/11.
  • ISI director General Mahmood Ahmad was in the United States during 9/11. In the days preceding the attacks, he met with CIA director George Tenet and US Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Mark Grossman. During the attacks, we was meeting with Senator Bob Graham and Representative Porter Goss (who will take over as CIA director after George Tenet leaves). After the attacks, Graham and Goss will co-head the House-Senate investigation into the 9/11 attacks.
  • The previous time the director of the ISI, Ziauddin Butt, came to the United States was a few days before Pervez Musharraf took over control of Pakistan in a 1999 military coup.
  • Benazir Bhutto said that a "key figure in security" (ISI?) would be on the list of people who would want her dead.
  • The ISI has been in existence since the 1980's due to the financing of the CIA and according to The Guardian "it has long been established that the ISI has acted as go-between in intelligence operations on behalf of the CIA."
I don't really know what to make of these facts and don't even know if all of them are relevant. But I do have some questions:

  • Is it possible that Daniel Pearl had found out that Osama bin-Laden had been killed during the course of his investigation, leading him to be kidnapped one month after the alleged murder?
  • If Omar Sheikh did kill Osama bin-Laden, could that explain why he was falsely accused and convicted of the murder of Daniel Pearl? To shut him up? Is he still alive, as believed, because of his ties to Pakistan's ISI?
  • (The uncomfortable question) How much do CIA and Bush Administration officials know about the murder of Daniel Pearl? Did they have an interest in the silence of both Daniel Pearl and Omar Sheikh? Why hasn't the Bush Administration demanded that Pervez Musharraf allow the United States to question Omar Sheikh, since he is still alive and in their custody?
  • How deep and how sinister is the alliance of the Bush government and the Musharraf government? How interconnected are the ISI and CIA and could the ISI assist Osama bin-Laden, Harkat-ul-Mujahideen, and the Taliban without the knowledge of the CIA?
  • Why does the Bush Administration want us to think Osama bin-Laden is still alive? How do they personally benefit from this deception more than they would benefit by publicly taking credit for catching Osama bin-Laden?
I understand that Benazir Bhutto's statement is uncorroborated and could very well not be true. However, she was the Prime Minister of Pakistan twice and is no doubt privy to more information than any reporter, especially reporters working for the American press. Also, it's her word against those of the Bush Administration, the CIA, Pervez Musharraf's government, and the American and British mainstream press. Who is more deserving of our trust?

If only she had not been assassinated. We could have asked her ourselves...


Follow-up posts:

January 5, 2008 - BBC Edited Bhutto Interview to Hide bin-Laden Revelation

January 14, 2008 - Benazir Bhutto Identified Her Assassin on International TV

November 15, 2008 -

While I'm irritated by the narrator of this video, who uses the word "obviously" far too many times when explaining his far from "obvious" opinion, he does present some interesting evidence that Benazir Bhutto may have mis-spoken, as she is quoted talking about the need to find Osama bin-Laden before and after the David Frost interview. The relevant portion starts at 2:14 in the video.









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