The Osama bin Laden Myth

November 26, 2012 | Categories: Articles & Columns | Tags: |  Print This Article The interview below with Osama bin Laden was conducted by the Karachi, Pakistan, daily newspaper, Ummat and published on September 28, 2001, 17 days after the alleged, but unsubstantiated, al Qaeda attack of September 11, 2001, on the World Trade Center twin towers and Pentagon. The interview was…

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CIA Thermite Grenade Kills 2 Las Vegas Massacre Witnesses As US News Blackout Continues

  Important Note: The following reports should be read in their entirety in order to obtain the needed factual context one must first have to understand this one: CIA Breaks All Ties With UK After MI6 Shock Reveal Proves Las Vegas Shooter Was US Spy—CIA Creates Las Vegas Massacre “Reality Show” As Shooters Info Leads…

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Report: NYC Foreign Terror Suspect Entered U.S. with ‘Diversity Visa’ Trump Wants to End

St. Charles MO Dept of Corrections by JOHN BINDER31 Oct 2017Washington, D.C.15,005 The suspected foreign national terrorist behind the New York City attack that has left at least eight individuals dead came to the United States years ago through the Diversity Visa Lottery, a program that President Trump and pro-American immigration reformers have demanded an end to. According to ABC…

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Fiendish Alliance:

HOME U.S. WORLD ECONOMY SCI/TECH CULTURE OPINION FREEDOM INDEX PRINT MAGAZINE DONATE VIDEOS   Friday, 27 October 2017 Fiendish Alliance: Antifa Anarchists, Communists, Feminists, Islamists, Homosexualists Escalate Attacks on Catholic Church Written by  William F. Jasper Half-naked female protesters attending a mammoth three-day event (October 14-16) of radical feminists in Argentina, attacked a Catholic cathedral with…

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ANTIFA NOW THREATENS FREE SPEECH ON CAMPUS Conservative students face physical attack

     Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Antifa protesters Universities are supposed to be places open to free expression and the exchange of ideas. But today, there is no more repressive place in the country than a typical American campus. And the leading opponents of free speech are the masked, violent and extreme leftists known as “antifa.” The…

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Why are so many women being murdered in Uganda?

by Megan Iacobini de Fazio 11 hours ago Harriet Nantongo, mother of one, was one of 23 women who was murdered [Megan Iacobini de Fazio/Al Jazeera] MORE ON UGANDA Uganda introduces bill to remove presidential age limitlast month Can Ugandans overcome trauma of LRA’s violent crimes?last month South Sudan refugees face major obstacles in Ugandalast month…

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Aerial Images Reveal North Korea’s Secret Network Of Prisons And ‘Re-Education’ Camps

Figure 12 More Newly released satellite images offer a never-before-seen glimpse of North Korea’s “brutal and inhumane” network of political prisons, including secret labor camps. Related SearchesNorth Korea Prison CampsNorth Korean Prison CampsCamp 22 North Korea In an accompanying report from the Washington-based Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK) published Thursday, David Hawk, former executive director of Amnesty…

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Photographer with ‘suspicious black case’ and ‘earbuds’ was filming from the rooftop of Mandalay Bay during the Route 91 massacre

By Shepard Ambellas – October 21, 2017 The photographer wasn’t the only person spotted with a ‘suspicious black plastic case’ near the strip that night (INTELLIHUB) Los Angeles-based photographer Jody Kechego says he was filming a timelapse on the roof of the Mandalay Bay while listening to a radio program through his earbuds when hotel security ascended to…

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6 Years Ago Today, the US Helped Murder Gaddafi to Stop the Creation of Gold-Backed Currency

By Claire Bernish  – October 20, 2017 Six years ago today, the West took it upon itself to use NATO to overthrow Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi — not for any humanitarian threat to civilians as had been repeatedly claimed — but because his planned roll-out of a new currency to be used across Africa posed…

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