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Postby DIss0n80r » Tue May 17, 2011 10:38 pm

greeney2 wrote:opinions are not proof!


That's your opinion! :P ;)
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Postby CodeBlackv2 » Thu May 19, 2011 6:26 pm

That death certificate was obviously not done in Hawaii, but funny. They killed Binnie. You bastards!

"Your president"? Who said he was my president? Them's fightin' words. Just because BO sends in Undercover Brother doesn't make him a super hero.
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Postby jwebb » Tue May 24, 2011 10:25 pm

CodeBlackv2 wrote:That death certificate was obviously not done in Hawaii, but funny. They killed Binnie. You bastards!


Another hilarious ******* topic.

Please refrain from outright cursing. We're all adults.
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Postby katsung47 » Wed Jun 01, 2011 5:03 pm

Here is proof. Al Qaida is officially certified witness.

When Feds need war in Mid-east, Al Qaida came to help. That was 911 attack which gave them an excuse to start war in Afghan and Iraq. When the Feds can’t convince the public that they killed Bin Laden in “Geronimo Operation”, Al Qaida came out again to prove their master is correct.

Al-Qaida confirms Osama bin Laden's death
Saturday, May 07, 2011


NEW YORK -- Al-Qaida on Friday confirmed the killing of Osama bin Laden and warned of retaliation, saying Americans' "happiness will turn to sadness."
http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?section=news/national_world&id=8115703


Al Qaida, confirms Bin Laden's death while a lot of people suspect it's another hoax of the US government. Did Al Qadia join the "kill Bin Laden operation"? Have they got the DNA testing result? Or, more likely, it's just an order from their US master to help them to strenthen the lie?

One thing else was that Al Qaida seems to have access to the toppest secret of US government. They knew "kill Bin Laden Operation" in advance.

Quote, "
Al-Qaeda Threatens to Unleash ‘Nuclear Hellstorm’ if bin Laden Caught

Posted by Ingrid Turner on Apr 25, 2011

Guantanamo Bay, Cuba (NEWSTABULOUS) – According to news reported by WikiLeaks, threats have been received from al-Qaeda terrorists, stating that they will “unleash a nuclear hellstorm” upon Western countries if Osama bin Laden is ever caught or killed.

http://newstabulous.com/al-qaeda-threatens-to-unleash-nuclear-hellstorm-if-bin-laden-caught/9761/





WikiLeaks: Al-Qaida Has Nuclear Weapons
Author: ICWN | Monday, April 25th, 2011


The militant group al-Qaeda claims to have nuclear weapons and did not hesitate to use them if their leader, Osama bin Laden captured or killed by the United States. Not yet known exactly where al-Qaeda’s nuclear weapons are stored, but are found in Europe.


http://icwnews.com/hot-news/1790/wikileaks-al-qaida-has-nuclear-weapons.html


Five days before May 1st, Wikileaks and Al Qaida knew of “Bin Laden’s death” would have happened and announced a warning. The news is a clumsy product of the “disinformation office” of the Feds. It means:

1. Al Qaida have nuclear weapon. They haven’t used it because Bin Laden hadn’t been caught or killed.
2. Wikileaks and Al Qaida knew Bin Laden would be killed several days later so issued a warning.

Al Qaida are so powerful that they knew everything, have everything and can do everything even though they are chased from the cave to cave, because they have the Magic Lantern of Alladin. They always come out in time when the Feds need them. They activated 911 attack to help justify Mid-east war. This time, will they have a nuke attack to justify war on Iran?
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Postby screamzero » Wed Jun 15, 2011 1:17 pm

Real bright and kind of 'em not to P-r_o-o-oV-e it w/ a good pic...S-o-o-o... they don't wanna PiSS off the Enemy eh?!! Kee-Riste these clowns is killin'n me.

Whosane O'Bomar and and and sLeepy 'n 'n Dopey and and all the Presidents good menschnoodles can't even figure out whose pissed off at home much less the allied bruthahhood.

I can't wait for that economic moron to drop off the face of the universe.

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Postby frrostedman » Wed Jun 15, 2011 9:49 pm

And as payback for disregarding their "sovereignty" by killing Bin Laden without asking permission first, Pakistan has retaliated by capturing and imprisoning 5 informants who helped in the effort. They are also dragging their feet, if not outright blocking our efforts to get CIA personnel into their country to take part in a joint effort to hunt down al Qaeda (an effort they agreed to, 2 weeks ago). Pakistan is pissed at us.

Obama who clearly has no clue when it comes to foreign policy, will probably let our men rot in Pakistani prison, rather than do the smart thing--which starts with pulling the multi-billions in aid for the terrorist-friendly regime.

How bout we flip Pakistan the bird and warm up to India. That would strike fear in them and bring them around. And if not, we can add 'em to the list. The old "axis of evil." :twisted:
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Postby greeney2 » Thu Jun 16, 2011 10:10 am

Many don't believe we even went in and got him, but if it were all fake would you be hearing news like this coming out of the middle east?

The fact Pakistan has rounded up 5 informants only shows their envolvment in harboring Bin Laden, in the middle of a town, right next door to their elite military base. They can sing all the songs they want to about the USA violating a soverign nation, take it with a grain of salt and a dog and pony show, along with all the liberals who spew the same boloney.


Bin Laden deputy Zawahri takes over as Qaeda leader
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DUBAI (Reuters) – Veteran militant Ayman al-Zawahri has taken command of al Qaeda after the killing of Osama bin Laden, an Islamist website said on Thursday, a move widely expected following his long years as second-in-command.

Bin Laden's lieutenant and the brains behind much of al Qaeda's strategy, Zawahri vowed this month to press ahead with al Qaeda's campaign against the United States and its allies.

"The general leadership of al Qaeda group, after the completion of consultation, announces that Sheikh Dr. Ayman Zawahri, may God give him success, has assumed responsibility for command of the group," the Islamist website Ansar al-Mujahideen (Followers of the Holy Warriors) said.

A U.S. counter-terrorism official told Reuters the United States believed the announcement was genuine.

The bespectacled Zawahri had been seen as bin Laden's most likely successor after the man held responsible for the September 11, 2001, attacks in New York and Washington was shot dead by U.S. commandos in Pakistan 45 days ago.

Zawahri's whereabouts are unknown, although he has long been thought to be hiding along the border between Afghanistan and Pakistan. The United States is offering a $25 million reward for any information leading to his capture or conviction.

In Washington, a senior U.S. official said Zawahri would have a hard time leading the Islamist group "while focusing on his own survival."

"He hasn't demonstrated strong leadership or organizational skills during his time in AQ," the official said. "Unlike many of AQ's top members, Zawahri has not had actual combat experience, instead opting to be an armchair general with a 'soft' image."

"LACKS BIN LADEN PRESENCE"

Sajjan Gohel of Asia-Pacific Foundation security consultants said Zawahri had been in practical charge of al Qaeda for many years, but lacked bin Laden's presence and his "ability to unite the different Arab factions within the group."

Fawaz Gerges, a Middle East expert at the London School of Economics, said al Qaeda's militants in south Asia were "on the run," its leaders were deep in hiding, and a new leader would do little to help reverse their fortunes.

As for its branches in other parts of the world, they were "pitted in a fierce local struggle for survival...and are unable to coordinate their actions with the parent organization."

Others see Zawahri as capable.

"He is an able person," Pakistani Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan said by telephone from an undisclosed location.

"We have been cooperating with al Qaeda in the past and that cooperation will continue in future," he told Reuters.

When asked how Zawahri's appointment will affect the Pakistani Taliban, the spokesman said: "We have been carrying out our activities which, God willing, will gather more momentum. We will get revenge for the oppression by the West."

The Pakistani Taliban, which has close links to al Qaeda, is blamed for many suicide bombings across Pakistan. It also has ambitions to take its fight overseas. The group claimed responsibility for a botched bombing in New York in May, 2010.

London-based journalist Abdel-Bari Atwan, who interviewed bin Laden in 1996, said Zawahri was the "operational brains" behind al Qaeda and was respected in part because he had been bin Laden's chosen deputy.

A contributor to another Islamist militant website, al-Ansar, said: "A worthy successor to a great predecessor. We ask God to grant you and your soldiers success for the victory of Islam and Muslims and to raise the banner of religion."

"AGENTS OF AMERICA"

Believed to be in his late 50s, Zawahri met bin Laden in the mid-1980s when both were in Pakistan to support guerrillas fighting the Soviets in Afghanistan. Born to an upper-class Cairo family, Zawahri trained as a doctor and surgeon.

In a video message posted on the internet on June 8, Zawahri said al Qaeda would continue to fight. He called this year's Arab uprisings a disaster for Washington because, he said, they would remove Arab leaders who were the "agents of America."

He also pledged allegiance to the leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Omar, calling him "Emir of the Believers."

Among some Egyptians there was disdain at the news that their countryman had taken charge of al Qaeda.

Karim Sabet, 34, a director of an oil and gas start-up firm, said he was not surprised by the announcement.

"He's been the loyal No. 2 forever. Zawahri seems even more of a madman than Osama was, and he'll want to prove himself by going on the attack soon. Another devil killing in the name of Islam. Disgusting."

(Reporting by Sara Anabtawi, Isabel Coles and Cairo bureau, William Maclean in London, Matt Spetalnick in Washington and Saud Mehsud in Dera Ismail Khan; Writing by Reed Stevenson; Editing by Sonya Hepinstall)
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Postby katsung47 » Mon Jul 04, 2011 2:25 pm

The purpose to stage “kill Bin Laden” show is to justify a false flag nuclear attack in US. They want to make people believe where the nuclear bomb comes from. If Pakistan could hide Bin Laden, they also could supply Al Qaida nuclear bomb. That's their real purpose. So even Bin Laden died years ago, they still staged such a corpseless show.
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Postby greeney2 » Mon Jul 04, 2011 5:01 pm

Nice story, any proof?
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Postby Cole_Trickle » Tue Jul 05, 2011 9:46 am

Why doesn't the lack of a body of evidence............. :lol: :lol: :lol: Give you any pause? I find that troubling, especially when in search of intelligent banter!

Reminds me of a line from " Cool Had Luke " .........." Callin it your job don't make it right "
:lol: :lol: :lol:

It's a shame to take the word of a Politician when doing so suits ones fancy! ;)

The Nuke thing is pure Horseshit..................that's a Line in the sand that none are willing to cross----not with old outdated H-Bombs anyway-------------but who knows for sure--------Me.....Well I'm confident that any such horseplay will pan out to be weather related or maybe earthquake related.

JMHO.

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