"Why Is The Hersh Abbottabad Story Coming Out Now?" It has long been known that various Saudi princes have supported bin Laden, both financially and politically. Of course, the Americans encouraged this until it became necessary to cast al Qaeda as an American enemy for the purposes of the inside job on September 11 (in Syria and Yemen today, al Qaeda is again an acknowledged American ally) Unlike the previous king, the current Saudi king is one of these main supporters of bin Laden.
"Seymour Hersh Succumbs To Disinformation — Paul Craig Roberts" At the time I said I didn't believe the story that bin Laden had died as it was far too important a martyrdom to pass by so unnoticed by those who make a big deal of dying in the cause. Who knows? Of course, the entire White House story is even more of a lie if bin Laden was dead all along. Also, if anybody is qualified to tell when a source is trying to lead him down the garden path, it would be Hersh. It helps that Hersh's account is consistent with existing plausible but non-mainstream accounts, existing Pakistani accounts, and common sense and geopolitical realities.
"Hersh on Bin Laden: The Anatomy of a Cover Up"
"White House Denies It Fabricated bin Laden Killing, Says Hersh Report "Riddled With Inaccuracies And Falsehoods""
"Hersh: Everything We Were Told About Osama bin Laden’s Killing Was a Lie" We're going to be hearing a lot like this - Hersh . . . great reporter . . . stellar reputation . . . great history of revealing major government leaks . . . oh, and too bad about the dementia. This story undermines the entire power system of American reporting-lying (all of which consists of inaccuracies and falsehoods and lies), and thus cannot be be allowed to go unchallenged.
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