Benazir Bhutto, bin Laden, Libyan Rebels and Lies

Posted on May 02, 2011 in Featured Articles, Police, Military, & War – Kevin Hayden

Hail to the Chief!  Or is it Hulk Hogan?

At the recent White House Correspondents Dinner, President Barack Obama was introduced with a short video comprised of Hulk Hogan’s theme song (I am a Real American!), the American flag waving, bald eagles soaring and a large, flashing birth certificate.  Thanks, President.  Real professional of you.

This comes on the same day that President Obama announced that the US military had finally killed the elusive boogey-man, Osama bin Laden.

But… I thought he was already having kidney problems in 2002 and living out his years in the Bora Bora caves with his merry band of terrorists?  Oh, wait.  He was on dialysis – which requires hospitalization and medical care at times.  So, he couldn’t have been in the mountains.

I also clearly recall bin Laden offering up threats of terrorism over global warming recently.  Maybe he’s been hiding at Al Gore’s house?  It’s certainly big enough to get lost in.  That would be an inconvenient truth if I had ever heard one.

Osama blamed the United States and developed countries for not halting climate change and said that the global economy should immediately abandon its reliance on the American dollar, according to an audiotape released by Al Jazeera back in January, 2010.

Really? Is he that concerned with global warming while running a “global terror network”?

Benazir Bhutto – “Omar Sheikh murdered bin Laden”

The former Pakistani Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto, was interviewed by world renowned reporter Sir David Frost regarding various developments in the Middle East towards the end of 2007.  During the interview, Ms. Bhutto stated very nonchalantly that Osama bin Laden had been murdered by Omar Sheikh (02:14).  Sir David Frost did not challenge the claim – she nor Frost even skipped a beat.  The conversation continued as if it were common knowledge that Omar Sheikh had killed bin Laden earlier in the year; likely related to tribal in-fighting.  This was aired on the BBC, along with al-Jazeera Network.  The al-Jazeera version included Bhutto’s comments; the BBC and ultimately, the American version edited the entire segment out.

She also started naming names regarding financiers of terrorism in and around Pakistan.

It should be noted that she had sent her concerns to Pakistani ISI (Intelligence) General Musharraf, who has been linked to large money wire transfers to Mohammed Atta shortly before 9/11.  Since we’ve all done our homework, ahem… we know Atta as one of the chief “hijackers” involved in the official 9/11 report.

Shortly after this interview with Sir Robert Frost, Benazir Bhutto was assassinated by a sniper while in a motorcade.  Recently released information regarding the Pentagon’s assassination program reveals that Former Vice President Dick Cheney and the CIA routinely utilized Blackwater operators to conduct clandestine operations, including assassinations.

One important note to remember; these tribal warlords are heavily involved in arms and narcotics trafficking.  Warlords kill each other for power, greed and territory.  It’s what happens in the business.  They have all received assistance, both tactically and financially, from the CIA, the DoD and various other US government agencies.  If you recall, the United States openly recruited and used these very men, these “al-Qaeda” as a proxy army against the Soviets in the 1980’s.

Libya and Proxy Armies

Recently, the “rebel commander” in charge of the NATO ground fight against Moammar Gaddafi’s Libyan Forces stated quite candidly that his men are – or have direct ties to al-Qaeda.

Abdel-Hakim al-Hasidi, the Libyan rebel leader, also admitted he had earlier fought against “the foreign invasion” in Afghanistan, before being “captured in 2002 in Peshwar, in Pakistan.”  He was later handed over to the US, and then held in Libya before being released in 2008.

US and British government sources said al-Hasidi was a member of the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) which killed dozens of Libyan troops in guerrilla attacks terrorist strikes around Derna and Benghazi in 1995 and 1996.

So, the United Nations, the United States, France and the European Union, including the whole of NATO, has decided to employ, pay, arm and train former “insurgents” – the same insurgents that we are still fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan – as a proxy army against Libya’s leader, Gaddafi.  They are even willing to use those who admit to being terrorists.  Interesting.  Which side of the ‘War on Terror’ are we on?

500 Escaped “Terrorists”

Regarding the NATO plan to use the “enemy” from one war as a proxy army in another theater, we continue to hear reports of how miserable they are performing against Gaddafi’s forces.  Time and time again, headlines are mentioning how Gaddafi continues to drive back the rebels, that the rebels aren’t strong enough and we’re led to believe – without question – that these “rebels” are merely oppressed, working-class Libyans fighting for their freedoms!

As we can clearly see, even their commander admits this is not true and that they are essentially trucked into the country to fight for Western agendas.

We used this same tactic against the Soviets, as mentioned above.  Under the UN Resolution, we are to enforce a ‘No-Fly Zone’ without ground troops.  Well, problem solved.  At least with the additional air support from the unmanned Predators and Reapers flying overhead.

I find it quite interesting that in light of the failing ground campaign by these rebels, that over five hundred (541 according to one report) “terrorists” escaped from an Afghanistan prison on April 25th, 2011.  Sources say a tunnel was dug and that the Mujahideen all escaped to waiting vehicles and transported to “safe locations.”

It is my opinion – and will find it interesting if it happens – that we will begin to see a “troop surge” in rebel numbers or that the rebels begin taking back ground within the next few weeks.


I’ve watched a bit of the coverage on the bin Laden “raid” and learned that their is a large investigation underway attempting to show that Pakistan protected him for years.  Things have always been edgy with Pakistan, so I’m curious how this will all play out.  Pakistan has been telling us to respect their borders and to stop flying predator missions over their northern regions.  Will this be used to provoke or justify further incursion into the nuclear-armed country?

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