Osama bin Laden book by Navy SEAL reveals al-Qaeda leader unarmed and shot in doorway … Osama bin Laden was shot in the head as he peeked out of his bedroom, according to the No Easy Day book by a Navy SEAL, contradicting previous official accounts of the raid on the former al-Qaeda leader. – UK Telegraph
Dominant Social Theme: This must be a truthful book because it is making the Pentagon very uncomfortable.
Free-Market Analysis: No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama Bin Laden, by Mark Owen with Kevin Maurer, should probably be withdrawn for being a lie. When Clifford Irving famously concocted a tale about Howard Hughes he ended up serving 19 months in the slammer. But "Owen" will laugh all the way to the bank.
We just finished writing about this book the other day. We explained how eyewitness accounts entirely contradict the official narrative. We reported on a recent Infowars interview that reinforced what many others have reported, that bin Laden died ten years ago.
One only has to look at the videos that bin Laden supposedly released in the 2000s. All are still pictures of him, rather than video, and every one can probably be proven NOT to be him.
He was dying of Marfan syndrome a decade ago; his death was reported multiple times; he made not a single confirmable appearance after, say, 2000.
The caves from which he supposedly engineered his takedown of the World Trade Towers were never found. They conveniently dropped down the memory hole. Here's an article we posted just the other day on this book and the possibility it would be made into a movie:
And here's some more about it from the Telegraph article, above:
The terror mastermind was hit in the head when he looked out of his bedroom door in the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, according to the book – a copy of which has been obtained by The Associated Press.
The former Navy SEAL writing under the pseudonym Mark Owen in No Easy Day, says he was directly behind the "point man" as they made their way up the stairs of the two-storey house.
"Less than five steps" from the top of the stairs, he heard "suppressed" gunfire: "BOP. BOP." The point man had seen a "man peeking out of the door" on the right side of the hallway.
The author writes that bin Laden ducked back into his bedroom and the SEALs followed, only to find the terrorist crumpled on the floor in a pool of blood with a hole visible on the right side of his head and two women wailing over his body.
Owen says the point man pulled the two women out of the way and shoved them into a corner and he and the other SEALs shot him several times until he lay motionless.
"(We) trained our lasers on his chest and fired several rounds. The bullets tore into him, slamming his body into the floor until he was motionless," Owen writes according to a copy of the book obtained by the Huffington Post.
The SEALs later found two weapons stored by the doorway, untouched, the author said. Neither weapon was loaded.
"He hadn't even prepared a defense. He had no intention of fighting. He asked his followers for decades to wear suicide vests or fly planes into buildings, but didn't even pick up his weapon," Owen writes.
Bin Laden was apparently wearing a white t-shirt, loose tan trousers and a tunic.
The power elite that pursues wars like the Afghan war uses dominant social themes to promote world government. It seeks to frighten people into giving up wealth and power to globalist institutions. But these are large and simplistic promotions that are not easily unraveled.
The bin Laden promotion is worrisome because it is so obviously false and because so many people know it is. There is very little gray here – and Money Power usually manipulates shades of gray easily.
In other words, as the Internet reveals more and more of their plans, they are growing desperate. Or at least it seems they don't care anymore. You know, Bin Laden hasn't been sighted for a decade. His vaunted caves were never found. Plenty of respectable people have indicated he died around the turn of the century.
As far as the "raid" goes … No photos of the body have emerged, not one. No photos of an aged bin Laden. No DNA. No body.
Nothing. Nada. Zip.
All we get is the ongoing attrition of the SEAL unit that was involved in the episode. And this is more like a mob hit where they rub out some participants as a warning to others.
And then, of course, there is the release of the book, which is obviously supposed to give President Barack Obama an election lift. Just like a movie about the killing, "Zero Dark Thirty."
And now, of course, Steven Spielberg is supposedly thinking of optioning the book.
The book is being presented (on purpose) in a counterintuitive way. We learn, for instance, that No Easy Day contradicts "the official version of events." But no one will comment on the differences (maybe because neither scenario occurred).
We also learn that bin Laden's body was treated with contempt by SEALs who sat on him in the cramped helicopter.
We learn the SEALs "are not fans" of President Barack Obama.
We learn that Vice President Joe Biden reminds SEALs of "someone's drunken uncle at Christmas dinner."
And, of course, we learn, as a final touch, that officials at the CIA are thinking of suing the author for not allowing the book to undergo a "formal review."
But, hey, that's understandable. It was probably written in the Pentagon.