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Internal emails among U.S. military officers indicate that no sailors watched Osama bin Laden's burial at sea from the USS Carl Vinson and traditional Islamic procedures were followed during the ceremony. The emails, obtained by The Associated Press through the Freedom of Information Act, are heavily blacked out, but are the first public disclosure of government information about the al-Qaida leader's death. The emails were released Wednesday by the Defense Department. – Huffington Post
Dominant Social Theme: Oh, he is dead. Yes, we killed him. He is gone. Dead. We are so great. And he is cold and dead and drowned.
Free-Market Analysis: We have written numerous stories about the "death" of Osama bin Laden because it seems to represent everything that is wrong or at least inconsistent as regards the US's military-industrial complex.
We have noted in the past that the power elite that wants to build world government uses a variety of dominant and subdominant social themes to do so.
These themes are intended to frighten Western middle classes into giving up power and wealth to elite globalist solutions. One of the main modern tools is the war on terror.
Within this larger (apparently phony) war, the death of Osama bin Laden can be seen as a subdominant social theme, an elaboration on the main symphony of terror.
In retrospect, we think we understand the reason for its presentation. It was to provide a justification for US President Barack Obama to get re-elected.
Of course, we have doubts that Obama WAS re-elected. But the mainstream media has claimed that one of the reasons Obama was re-elected was because of bin Laden's death.
It doesn't really MATTER if bin Laden died or not. What DOES matter is that it provides a narrative that allows the media to offer a rationale for Obama's re-election.
This is what we call directed history. Theoretically speaking, the powers-that-be create a fake bin Laden death. Then they provide phony election results. None of it is true but the narrative itself justifies the results, even if they didn't happen.
We've written a lot about the so-called "death" of bin Laden and you can just search the Internet using "bin Laden death" and "Daily Bell" and find a number of articles on the subject.
The main point is that the death just doesn't add up. He had Marfan Syndrome and failing kidneys more than a decade ago. His death was reported significantly several times, especially in Egypt and Pakistani news, as reported by Fox News. All the CIA messaging from "Osama" after 2001 is identifiably false.
That doesn't stop the elite promotional machinery, though. They keep supporting this elaborate tapestry of evidence – books, movies and news reports – to create this overwhelming presentation of his death.
Absolutely none of it is corroborated and most is second- and third-hand. There is no body, no DNA, no films and many of the SEALS who were involved, at least tangentially, died in a helicopter accident. Some have theorized it was a warning to the SEALS to keep their mouths shut.
There are a few eyewitnesses that the US and NATO have not controlled. We wrote about one eyewitness here:
Here's an excerpt of the man's reported testimony:
Anchor: Welcome back, Mohammad Bashir is a resident of Abbottabad's Bilal Town. Muhammad Bashir might seem an ordinary guy but he is no ordinary guy. Muhammad Bashir lives in front of Osama Ben Laden's house in Bilal Town Abbottabad. On 2nd of May, Muhammad Bashir was present on his rooftop from where he saw the whole American operation against Osama Ben Laden with his own eyes. Yesterday when our team was present In Bilal Town, Abbottabad, near Osama Ben Laden's hose, Muhammad Bashir came to us and said, "Sister, I need to tell you something, something that is a burden on my heart and soul," just listen to what he said.
Bashir: I am going to share something about the Abbottabad operation, which till this day nobody else has told you. ... We were awake, not asleep, a helicopter came, some men came down from that, into that house, then that helicopter went away: 10-12 men, then, that helicopter took rounds of those rear hills, then he came back and when he came back, two more helicopters arrived, one from the west and other from the north, there was a blast in the first helicopter and it was on fire ... we immediately came out, when we reached there, the helicopter was burning, then after about 20 minutes the army and police arrived. They pushed us back, now we are asking that if Osama was here then who took him to America because all those men that came in the helicopter died in the blast. Now if Osama was in that helicopter he must have died and got burnt in that helicopter too, then how they took him? This is a question of serious concern ...
We could see the faces of those men but they were speaking Pashto. I don't know whether they were Pakistani or American army or people of agencies, as you know that agency people can speak many languages. May be they were speaking Pashto so that we consider them Pakistani. They knocked and banged at our doors and told us not to come out. I laid down on my rooftop and was watching them. My kids were calling me, I told them to go to their rooms and let me check what's going on...
Anchor: One thing is very clear in this video. Two helicopters hovered never landed. One landed and dropped Pashto speaking people on the roof — 10-12 of them. The helicopter left for 20 minutes and returned to load people in and then a small blast engine failure ... fire helicopter parts all over. Body parts arms, legs, head, all over. Pakistani Army/Police came in dispersed crowd. The whole scene is cleaned up totally now. No evidence left to examine...
So to repeat, according to THIS eyewitness, the only individuals that landed on bin Laden's so-called compound were 10-12 Pashto speaking individuals. The helicopter that returned to pick them up exploded, apparently killing all aboard.
In retrospect, the explosion of the chopper was (if nothing else) a positive coincidence for the US military, as it seems to have wiped out a good many additional eyewitnesses.
You would think newsgathering organizations would be on the ground, searching for this eyewitness and others. No such activity is taking place. The government's unbelievable story, expanded upon by ever more books, movies and reports, remains virtually unchallenged by the mainstream media.
In a way, it's chilling. A decade ago, we didn't understand any of this. But despite what we call the Internet Reformation, the power elite continues to purvey ever more unbelievable versions of directed history – as if the 'Net does not exist and their exposure is not fairly widespread.
Even this article that we are analyzing comes in for scathing criticism at the Huffington Post. A number of people simply don't believe the killing. It's taking on the same kind of resonance as the death of John F. Kennedy, another episode of apparently directed history.
We don't know if it is arrogance, desperation or a combination of both that is driving the elites to continue to deploy ever more unbelievable dominant social themes. But either way it's a significant development.
They don't seem to have any idea of how to grapple with the illumination the Internet has provided except maybe to ban it. And it's too late for that ...