August 6, 2011
Soon after it was announced – without evidence – that Navy SEALs had killed Osama bin Laden, the corporate media derisively coined a new term for skeptics – “deathers,” a word with about as much originality as “birthers” and “truthers.”
CNN said the “deathers” have replaced the “birthers” as the new conspiracy lunatics. It specifically singled out Alex Jones, who said the Osama assassination was a hoax. "My friends, this is a complete and total hoax,” Alex said, and then asked: "Where is the body?"
The corporate media said his body was deep-sixed at sea. Few if any corporate media “journalists” (script-readers) pointed out that this explanation was a totally absurd cover story. Few dared examine why the story changed several times.
“I am sorry, but if you believe the newest death of OBL, you’re stupid,” she said. “Just think to yourself — they paraded Saddam’s dead sons around to prove they were dead — why do you suppose they hastily buried this version of OBL at sea? This lying, murderous Empire can only exist with your brainwashed consent — just put your flags away and THINK!"
Many liberals along with dim-witted neocon lickspittles bought into the story without blinking an eye. Democrat warmongers working for the globalist George Soros at Think Progress – a propaganda spigot for pro-war establishment Democrats at the Center for American Progress – immediately seized upon skepticism of the fairy tale as evidence that “conservatives” who have questioned the official account are crazed conspiracy theorists (in much the same way political dissidents were considered insane by the Soviet state).
Soros’ minions singled out Andrew Breitbart and Emily Miller, a senior editor at the Washington Times, who made the unpardonable error of asking for evidence instead of accepting the fanciful story on blind faith (as both establishment Democrats and Republicans invariably do when the government offers some cockamamie “official” version of history).
Soros’ TP bloggeristas speculate that deatherism will soon replace birtherism because, after all, the birth certificate issue was settled with the latest forged document.
Recent developments will now likely make it more difficult to prove the Osama assassination is a fictional account in a long line of fictional accounts issued in the forever war against manufactured terror.
“Insurgents shot down a U.S. military helicopter during fighting in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least 30 Americans, most of them belonging to the same elite unit as the Navy SEALs who killed al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden,” the Associated Press reports today.
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It is said none of the personnel killed in the crash were part of the team that supposedly killed Osama, who actually died in late 2001. Is it possible this is because the SEALs involved in the raid died in a crash near the house in Abboottabad’s Bilal Town where residents insist Osama did not live?
The AP reports that the Taliban took down the helicopter in Afghanistan that killed 22 SEALs. It is said to be the largest loss of life in the history of SEAL Team Six, officially called the Navy Special Warfare Development Group, or DEVGRU.
Since we know virtually nothing about what happens in Afghanistan – independent journalists were targeted long ago in Iraq by the Pentagon (most notably at the Sheraton and Palestine hotels in Baghdad in 2005) and their survival rate is abysmally low in all “theaters” of U.S. military operation – we cannot be certain who took out the helicopter in Afghanistan. Our information arrives straight from the Ministry of Truth in the Pentagon.
Is it possible the Pentagon took out the helicopter to send a message to the SEALs, just in case some of them decide (like Pat Tillman did) to tell the truth?
Minus un-”embedded” journalists (professional corporate media script readers) we will probably never know for sure.