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Facts That Prove The Bin Laden Fable Is a Contrived Hoax
Merely a week after President Obama announced the death of Osama Bin
Laden, there is literally a deluge of evidence that clearly indicates
the whole episode has been manufactured for political gain and to return
Americans to a state of post-9/11 intellectual castration so that they
can be easily manipulated in the run up to the 2012 election. Here are
ten facts that prove the Bin Laden fable is a contrived hoax....
Tyranny Meets Creeping Sovereignty
Like a single worn edge of a roof tile on a windy day, the town of Sedgwick,
Maine invites the winds of change to tear off entirely the roof of the
federal government’s growing tyranny over every aspect of our
Uncovers Raised Rate of Autism An ambitious six-year effort to gauge the rate
of childhood autism in a middle-class South Korean city has yielded
a figure that stunned experts and is likely to influence the way the
disorder’s prevalence is measured around the world, scientists
reported on Monday.
"We Could Not Say Definitively That Bin Laden Was There"
During his 60 Minutes interview with CBS News last night, Barack Obama
admitted that US intelligence was only 55/45 confident that Bin Laden
was even in the compound raided last Sunday night, fearing that the
occupant could actually have been a "prince from Dubai," a
skepticism shared by residents of Abbottabad, one of whom told the BBC
that the man seen watching television in the tapes released by the White
House Saturday was in fact his neighbor, not Bin Laden.
leader: ‘Gadhafi’s time is over’ NATO’s leader confidently proclaimed
on Sunday that Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi’s days are numbered,
but he couldn’t foresee how long the alliance’s grinding
mission to protect besieged civilians will last.
issues warning, violence grows across Afghanistan
U.S. officials in Kabul said on Monday the movements of staff in
parts of Afghanistan’s volatile south were being restricted,
warning of more attacks after a two-day siege came to a bloody end
and insurgents killed at least 11 people in other attacks.
up over $4, weaker dollar helps Oil rebounded by more than $4 on Monday,
helped by a weaker dollar as the euro strengthened and bargain hunting
by traders and investors after Brent crude lost almost $17 last