Three days ago, Steve Pieczenik, one of the most experienced international crisis managers, with over twenty years of experience in resolving international crises, who worked for four U.S. administrations, serving as Deputy Secretary of State under Henry Kissinger and Cyrus Vance and James Baker, working with Secretary of State George Schultz, involved in the conflict in the Middle East between Israel, Jordan, Syria, confessed in an interview that Osama Bin Laden, who was allegedly killed in Pakistan on May 1, 2011, had already been “dead” over nine years ago.
“I worked with Osama bin Laden in ’78, ’81,” Pieczenik said, adding that he later turned terrorist hunter during subsequent administrations.
“I found out through my sources that he had had kidney disease. And as a physician, I knew that he had to have two dialysis machines and he was dying,” Pieczenik reported during an April 24, 2002 interview.
“And you could see in those films, those made-up photos that they were sending us out of nowhere. I mean, suddenly, we would see a video of bin Laden today and then out of nowhere, they said oh it was sent to us anonymously, meaning that someone in the government, our government, was trying to keep up the morale on our side and say oh we still have to chase this guy when, in fact, he’s been dead for months,” added Pieczenik.
Pieczenik then explained that the video tape of a fat Bin Laden look alike “taking responsibility” for 9/11 that was released in December 2001 was “such a hoax” designed to “manipulate” people in the emotional aftermath of 9/11.
The subsequent war in Afghanistan that followed 9/11 was planned “with the agreement of the bin Laden family, knowing fully well that he would die,” said Pieczenik. “And I think that Musharraf, the then President of Pakistan, spilled the beans by accident three months ago when he said that bin Laden was dead because his kidney dialysis machines were destroyed in East Afghanistan.”
In addition to Pieczenik, in August 2002, a high level Republican source announced that Bin Laden was dead and that his body was being kept “on ice”, physically, until Osama’s death could be announced at the most “politically expedient” time.
“Did the intelligence community or the CIA doctor up this situation, the answer is yes, categorically yes,” said Pieczenik, referring to Sunday’s claim that Bin Laden was killed at his compound in Pakistan, adding, “This whole scenario where you see a bunch of people sitting there looking at a screen and they look as if they’re intense, that’s nonsense,” referring to the images released by the White House which claim to show Biden, Obama and Hillary Clinton watching the operation to kill Bin Laden live on a television screen.
According to Pieczenik the decision to launch the hoax now was made because Obama had reached a low with plummeting approval ratings and the fact that the birther issue was blowing up in his face.
Bin Laden, “Was used in the same way that 9/11 was used to mobilize the emotions and feelings of the American people in order to go to a war that had to be justified through a narrative that Bush junior created and Cheney created about the world of terrorism,” stated Pieczenik.
Bin Laden is reported to have arrived in Dubai on July 4 from Quetta in Pakistan with his own personal doctor, nurse and four bodyguards, to be treated in the urology department. While there, he was visited by several members of his family and Saudi personalities, and the CIA.
On 1 November 2001, The Guardian reported that just two months before September 11, Osama bin Laden flew to Dubai for 10 days for treatment at the American hospital, where he was visited by a local CIA agent.
The CIA chief was seen in the lift, on his way to see Bin Laden, and later, it is alleged, boasted to friends about his contact. He was recalled to Washington soon afterwards.
Alex Jones & top government insider Steve Pieczenik (Part 1)
Alex Jones & top government insider Steve Pieczenik (Part 2)
Here is Jon Stewart’s take on the pictures of Osama Bin Laden's dead body being too horrible and inflammatory to show:
Recently, on 09 May 2011, Pakistani PM Gilani insisted Pakistan reserved the right to "retaliate with full force," though he stopped short of saying what, if anything, would be done should the US stage another such high-profile anti-terror raid.
While the British daily newspaper reported that the US and Pakistan struck a secret deal almost a decade ago authorizing a US operation against Osama bin Laden on Pakistani soil.
This deal was struck between the then military leader General Pervez Musharraf and President George Bush after Bin Laden escaped US forces in the mountains of Tora Bora in late 2001.
Under its terms, Pakistan would permit US forces to conduct an independent raid in Pakistan in search of Bin Laden, his second hand, Ayman al-Zawahiri, and the al Qaeda No3. Afterwards, both sides agreed that Pakistan would vociferously protest the raid.
"There was an agreement between Bush and Musharraf that if we knew where Osama was, we were going to come and get him," said a former senior US official with knowledge of counterterrorism operations. "The Pakistanis would put up a hue and cry, but they wouldn't stop us."
While, there has been heavy movement along the Pakistan India border as the Indian government claim that, like the US, they too have a right to conduct such raids in Pakistan, without Pakistan's authorization, if any terrorist is found there.
And now, people are already eyeing the $25 million reward that the US federal government reserved for finding Osama bin Laden. The White House announced that no one would receive the bounty since no one intentionally directed U.S. intelligence officials to the al Qaeda leader.
In a press briefing on Monday, Carney said "as far as I'm aware, no one knowledgeably said, 'Oh, Osama bin Laden's over here in Abbottabad at 5703, you know, Green Avenue.'
While, Gary Brooks Faulkner, a 51-year-old American, who was detained last year in Pakistan while setting out on a "lone wolf" mission to track down Osama bin Laden, has a different opinion.
""I got off my ass. I got the son of a bitch out. He's dead now," Faulkner said in a recent interview. "Whether it was by my hands or something else...You still realize that we lost total contact after he left Tora Bora. Nobody knew anything. He's in Pakistan, he's in Africa, he's in Somalia...he's everywhere else. People did nothing, absolutely nothing until I came on the scene, and that's a fact."
To highlight the golden words spoken by former President Bush:
“Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me…You can't get fooled again.”
I beg to differ! Let’s just wait and see how many times we get fooled.