The original Osama bin Laden likely died of kidney failure in the winter of 2003. The video tape "messages" released to the media following his death, were so obviously faked by his creators, the CIA, that they became a laughing stock and widely criticized on the internet with many comparative photo studies of the real Osama and the goofball actor they were using in the faked videos. Things finally got so bad that they dropped the faked videos entirely and switched over to faked audio recordings to represent Osama's latest 'message' to the world.
It's easier to fake audio because with modern computer programs, you can emulate a person's voice exactly from previous recordings and have them say ANYTHING you want them to say on audio tape. This is the technology they used to fake the voices of some passengers of the "doomed" Flight 93 who supposedly called their relatives using cell phones (impossible with 2001 technology) while struggling for control of the plane taken over by the "terrorists" with box cutters.
Flight 93 certainly did not crash in Shanksville, PA, nor was it shot down by a US fighter plane (as told to Alex Jones by the supposed pilot of that fighter plane). In all likelihood, Flight 93 landed at a planned, secret location. What happened to those people aboard the plane, I have no idea, but the story given to us by the media and the government, is utterly bogus.
In the latest 'message' reported below from a 6 year dead corpse,
we get a "still picture" photo "while audio of the address plays". Right
AP and Reuters always seem to be out of the box first when reporting on Osama's latest 'message'.It's then quickly picked up by mainstream TV and radio. What's really interesting is the faulty spelling that seems to usually show up with 'messages' written by government intel operatives. I don't know whether it's the mind control or just the shoddy level of personnel employed, but you will nearly always find misspelled words. In this case, the moron writing the text did not know the difference between the meaning of the word "axe" and "axis" (who knows, maybe it's divine intervention?)
Bin Laden reportedly calls Obama 'powerless'
9/13/2009, 8:17 p.m. PDT
The Associated Press
(AP) — WASHINGTON - In a tape released Sunday by al-Qaida's media wing, terrorist leader Osama bin Laden said President Barack Obama is "powerless" to stop the war in Afghanistan.
SITE Intelligence Group, a terrorist-monitoring firm that translated the address, said bin Laden, whose al-Qaida organization was behind the Sept. 11 attacks, blamed the war on the "pro-Israel lobby" and corporate interests.
IntelCenter, another company that monitors terrorist propaganda, said the 11-minute video shows a still picture of bin Laden while audio of the address plays.
Bin Laden's address to the American people comes two days after the eighth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. He typically addresses the United States in a message around the Sept. 11 anniversary.
The purpose of his address Sunday, bin Laden said in the SITE translation, is "to remind you of the causes" of Sept. 11, chiefly "your support to your Israeli allies who occupy our land of Palestine."
Bin Laden argued against the claims that the war is necessary for U.S. security, saying current White House officials are merely following the strategy of former President George W. Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney to "promote the previous policies of fear to market the interests of big companies."
When Obama became president and retained many of the Bush administration's military leaders, such as Defense Secretary Robert Gates, "reasonable people knew that Obama is a powerless man who will not be able to end the war as he promised," bin Laden said.
"If you end the war, so to it," bin Laden said. "But if it is otherwise, all we will do is continue the war of attrition against you on all possible axes."
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