March 13, 2012
Team Obama has produced a slick propaganda video that will be released on March 15. On Monday, Obama for America released preview footage from The Road We’ve Traveled, election season propaganda about Obama’s presidency. The video features Bill Clinton commending Obama’s supposed decision to take out Osama bin Laden, who died in December of 2001.
“He took the harder, and the more honorable path. When I saw what had happened, I thought to myself, ‘I hope that’s the call I would’ve made,'” says the consummate actor Clinton. The clip also features vice president Joe Biden fancifully recounting the day Obama allegedly gave the order to kill Osama in Pakistan.
“As he walked out the room, it dawned on me: He’s all alone,” Biden says. “This is his decision.”
In fact, the government did not bother to provide evidence that Osama bin Laden lived in Pakistan or that he was killed on May 2, 2011, by U.S. special forces. The U.S. claimed Osama was buried at sea in accordance with Muslim burial practices and therefore argue it was unable to produce evidence.
A Wikileaks dump of Stratfor emails later claimed that Osama was not buried at sea. Stratfor’s vice president for intelligence Fred Burton urged the U.S. government to show photos of Osama Bin Laden’s corpse in order to silence “lunatics like Alex Jones and Glenn Beck” who had questioned the government’s official narrative.
Despite a complete lack of evidence, the government and the corporate media now state as an undisputed fact Obama made the “tough decision” to kill Osama.
Evidence from numerous sources reveal Osama bin Laden died from natural causes in December, 2001, shortly after the invasion of Afghanistan.
The mini-documentary with “requisite evocative music and still footage” pushing the election season Osama takeout myth is directed by Davis Guggenheim – who also directed Al Gore’s discredited An Inconvenient Truth – and is narrated by Tom Hanks, who uploaded a video to MySpace in 2008 voicing his support for Obama.