This Is The Truth – Osama Died In 2001 … Muhammad Bashir told us something that no one said before. So we checked his identity card, we also confirmed that he really lives there, we asked the senior fellows about him. We were very astonished by his story just see and listen what he said. – snardfarker.ning.com
Dominant Social Theme: Bin Laden is dead and that's all you need to know.
Free-Market Analysis: We have no idea if this "Translation of Pakistani Video" (see above and below) is true or not. We present this alternative version because the real version is so unreal from our point of view. We are asked to believe that a man with Marfan Syndrome, kidneys that didn't work and apparently diabetes as well was gunned down in his underwear about ten years after he is said to have died.
We think one way or another it is all a Big Lie and have therefore been watching with interest to see what use will be made of this phony death. We are beginning to see a pattern. We still believe that the powers-that-be intend to wind down the war in Afghanistan and will use the "death" to justify it.
It is increasingly necessary in our view because the fiction that NATO is winning the war is beginning to unravel badly. Only a month after repeated statements that NATO had put ruinous pressure on the Taliban some FOUR HUNDRED Taliban attacked a police outpost and were only repulsed after a vicious firefight. If this is the "reduced" Taliban, NATO might want to bring back the old version.
What is going on simultaneously though is that the Anglosphere elites, conscious they may have received a setback in Afghanistan that may spell the ends of their globalist hopes, are making an almost psychopathically aggressive play following bin Laden's so called death.
These new sub dominant social themes are advancing on several tracks. The first track apparently involves putting tremendous additional pressure on Pakistan for "hiding" bin Laden. This is intended to push Pakistan to "do more" to hunt down Taliban that are hiding and recuperating in Pakistan.
The second track has to do with ramping up the war elsewhere, say in Yemen, Syria and throughout other chosen spots in the Middle East. If the elites cannot pacify the Pashtun and the Punjabis they damn well will make everyone else miserable. That seems to be the logic at work, anyway. In fact there are signs that the elites may have a war in mind with Iran and that they are establishing a series of Islamic republics (and inciting tensions between Israel and the Palestinians) to help with this process.
Finally and most distressingly, the Anglo-American elites in their anger and despair are going to make the Western world an increasingly miserable place for their subjects. The West's great middle classes will pay for the apparent Afghan defeat a thousand times over through every conceivable kind of security measure. The police state that the elites now plan for the West as a result of bin Laden's death (and the potential for radical Islamic revenge) will make what has come before look positively amateurish.
It all has to do with Afghanistan in our view. The elites, having pursued this nonsensical war to the bitter end, are now lashing out in rage. Having failed yet again, one hundred years on, to conquer the "stans" (if this is the case, and increasingly it seems so) the power elite is left standing, metaphorically speaking, amidst the wreckage of its ambitions. It is impossible to rule the world when ten percent of it remains beyond your grasp.
It is impossible, for instance, to impose the world over ludicrous regulations such a "insider trading" (that weren't even crimes 30 years ago) and incarcerate people for up to 20 years or more when those being investigated can slip away to parts of the world that remain as yet unconquered.
The whole idea was to grasp every region of the world in such a way that any legislation that one wanted to pursue would apply internationally. To this end, central banks have been enforcing Draconian but little known currency bans and the United States' IRS and FBI (and CIA) have fanned out across the world. The plan was to civilize the Pashtuns and be done with it. Instead, Afghanistan and Pakistan remain aflame; the other (Russian-centric) "stans" remain unpacified as well as the unruly of Yemen and Somalia. It is not, perhaps, going as planned.
What is ironic is that the Pashtuns and Punjabis really hate each other. But the 25 large and wealthy families that run Pakistan have funded the Taliban and joined common cause with the Pashtuns to fight the invaders as they did 100 years ago. The result likely will be now, as then, a farcical de facto portioning of Afghanistan that will last as long as the Americans are willing to pay their billions to keep garrisons enforcing such a "peace."
In the meantime, the rest of the world is to pay and pay. Western elites, increasingly harried in our view by what is rapidly becoming an Internet Reformation that is changing the balance of information-power in the world, are perhaps plotting a much wider Middle Eastern war. This is the other part of the Osama-is-dead meme. But surely it is not an entirely a true one. Here are the main excerpts:
Anchor: Welcome back, Mohammad Bashir is a resident of Abboottabad'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…
We don't have any idea if this is a reliable narrative, but what we do know is that the narrative as it is currently constituted makes little sense to us. It is not a good when the world's major superpower makes up stories, which is what we think is happening. There are still many questions about the death of bin Laden but you will find them neither asked nor answered in the West.