Sunday, December 30, 2007

BBC Censored Benazir Bhutto's Reports that Bin Laden Had Been Murdered

by Len Hart, The Existentialist Cowboy

When a news organization as venerable as the BBC censors the reportage of a story as important as the assassination of Benzir Bhutto --a highly visible critic of Bush/British policy with regard to the "War on Terrorism" --it is fair to ask: who is the BBC protecting? Are they covering up a motive for her murder? Are they protecting the regimes that engineered her assassination?

Here is the original, unedited version in which Bhutto states that Bin Laden had been murdered.

Here is a link to the BBC's Censored version

My thanks to "The Zoo" for its subsequent clarification on a critical point --the "text" of Bhutto's censored remarks. Following is the text of that portion of the clip censored by the BBC:
AlJazeeraEnglish video clip (just the segment that includes the part that was cut from the BBC version):

“Yes, well, one of them is, umm, a very key figure in security. He is a former military officer. He is someone that, umm.., has had dealings with, umm.., Jaish-e-Mohammed [JEM], one of the band groups of Maulana Azhar , who was in an Indian jail for decapitating 3 British tourists and 3 American tourists and he also had dealings with Omar Sheikh, the man who murdered Osama bin Laden .

Now I know that having dealings with people does not necessarily mean direct evidence, but I also know that internal security has totally collapsed in Pakistan and internal security cannot collapse without there being some blind eye or collusion turned to the militants or the militancy.”
That portion is missing from the BBC clip found on the BBC website. Again --Bhutto's words are: “...he also had dealings with Omar Sheik, the man who murdered Osama bin Laden“. A clarificatdion of my own. Some have referred to the tape as an Al Jazeera video. I categorize it as a BBC video (though they censored it) because BBC owns the copyright on it. The BBC is ultimately responsible for its content and, of course, the misleading manner in which it was edited. Al Jazaeera, it must be pointed out, ran the complete interview including that single paragraph that BBC censored.

Bhutto herself exposed a motive for her murder. Solving the case is a matter of finding the gunmen whom Hilary Clinton thinks may be found found among Pakistani troops.
CLINTON, Iowa - Hillary Rodham Clinton waded into Pakistan's volatile internal political situation yesterday, raising the possibility the country's military might have assassinated Benazir Bhutto because the killing took place in the garrison city of Rawalpindi.

Clinton's remarks came as Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf's government seemed to reject a call for an independent international investigation of the murder that Clinton and John Edwards proposed on Friday.

During a question-and-answer session at an elementary school here, Clinton offered a detailed prescription for the troubled country, suggesting that the U.S divert aid away from its military to social welfare programs.

And for the second time in as many days, she cast doubt on Musharraf's contention that the suicide bombing that led to the death of the country's most popular opposition leader was masterminded by al-Qaida.

"There are those saying that al-Qaida did it. Others are saying it looked like it was an inside job - remember Rawalpindi is a garrison city," she said.

--Hillary: Pakistan troops might have killed Bhutto
Isn't it interesting that it was Secretary of State Condoleezsa Rice who brokered Bhutto's return to Pakistan when even Bhutto knew that her life would be endangered? I smell the work of the Axis of Evil: neocons, Bush, and his puppet: Musharraf.

Bhutto herself has exposed the fraudulent nature of the Bush/Blair "war on terrorism". If Bin Laden is dead, as has been reported, then the various tapes that he is alleged to have made are all phony. The war on terrorism itself is just a calculated fraud perpetrated by a murderous Bush regime, a murderous Blair regime, the murderous puppet regime of Musharraf.

That's why Bhutto was murdered.

She was the woman who knew too much. Bhutto exposed the fact that US policies cause terrorism and she stated the various ways in which groups inside the US and Britain benefited politically and materially from America's [Bush's] phony war on phony terrorism, the failed war in Afghanistan, the war crime that is still perpetrated against the people of Iraq. Bhutto posed a threat to the culprits in the Bush regime to include Bush himself.

Bhutto posed a threat to the kiss ups in Musharraf's regime to include Musharraf and the liars who tried to float the incredible "lone lever" theory. She was murdered. And the BBC has been caught --red handed --censoring the most important piece of the puzzle. If Osama is dead, the war on terror is a bloody fraud!

An update:

Bhutto email named killers weeks before assassination

By SIMON WALTERS

Benazir Bhutto: 'People are planning to murder me'

Benazir Bhutto claimed three senior allies of Pakistan's president General Musharraf were out to kill her in a secret email to Foreign Secretary David Miliband written weeks before her death.

Astonishingly, one of them is a leading intelligence officer who was officially responsible for protecting Miss Bhutto from an assassination.

The second is a prominent Pakistani figure, one of whose family members was allegedly murdered by a militant group run by Miss Bhutto's brother. The third is a well-known chief minister in Pakistan who is a long-standing opponent of Miss Bhutto.

Miss Bhutto told Mr Miliband she was convinced that the three were determined to assassinate her on her return to the country and pleaded with him to put pressure on the Pakistan government to stop them.

The disclosure is bound to lead to questions as to whether the Foreign Office did enough to safeguard Miss Bhutto.

Her return was organised in close co-ordination with the UK and US governments, which saw her as the best hope of restoring democracy in Pakistan while preventing it from falling into the hands of Islamic extremists.

The email concerning the three alleged would-be killers identified by Miss Bhutto emerged as rival political factions in Pakistan continued to dispute the details surrounding her assassination.

Related developments from Information Clearing House:
Pakistan TV station shows Bhutto shooter, contradicts government: The footage clearly shows Bhutto collapsing into her armoured- vehicle before the suicide blast, contradicting official government claims that she recoiled only after the blast and cracked her skull on the sunroof.

Pakistan rejects foreign help in Bhutto investigation:Pakistan rejected foreign help in investigating the assassination of Benazir Bhutto on Saturday, despite controversy over the circumstances of her death and three days of paralyzing turmoil.

A timely update:

Anglo-American Ambitions behind the Assassination of Benazir Bhutto and the Destabilization of Pakistan

By Larry Chin

12/29/07 "Global Research" -- -- It has been known for months that the Bush-Cheney administration and its allies have been maneuvering to strengthen their political control over Pakistan, paving the way for the expansion and deepening of the “war on terrorism” across the region. The assassination of Benazir Bhutto does not change this agenda. In fact, it simplifies Bush-Cheney’s options.

Seeding chaos with a pretext

“Delivering democracy to the Muslim world” has been the Orwellian rhetoric used to mask Bush-Cheney’s application of pressure and force, its dramatic attempt at reshaping of the Pakistani government (into a joint Bhutto/Sharif-Musharraf) coalition, and backdoor plans for a military intervention. Various American destabilization plans, known for months by officials and analysts, proposed the toppling of Pakistan's military.

The assassination of Bhutto appears to have been anticipated. There were even reports of “chatter” among US officials about the possible assassinations.

Here is a link to the BBC's Censored version


40 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your link, http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/help/3681938.stm, doesn't point at anything useful...

But the BBC has changed recently. Since that David Kelly incident, and the change of boss at the BBC, I feel they have been much less questioning of authority.

Some news items seem to be nothing more than repeating corporate press releases, and the BBC doesn't seem to ever question the government anymore.

The BBC got bollocked by the state over the David Kelly death, and the investigative journalism the BBC did. I think that now within the BBC there will be a climate that you don't investigate the government, and this is not at all good for us all. Especially when the competition is ITN or Sky!

my2p said...

The video can be seen here : http://news.bbc.co.uk/player/nol/newsid_7070000/newsid_7075800/7075843.stm?bw=nb&mp=wm&news=1&ms3=6&ms_javascript=true&nol_storyid=7075843&bbcws=2#

The edit can be clearly seen - the picture flips back to Frost to cover up the visual discontinuity that would be there if Bhutto was shown.

my2p said...

Sorry, here's a better link...

Anonymous said...

Muslims Against Sharia condemn the murderers responsible for the assassination of Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and her supporters.

Our prayers are with the victims of this atrocity. We send our condolences to their loved ones.

May the homicide bomber rote in hell for eternity. May his accomplices join him soon!

http://muslimsagainstsharia.blogspot.com/2007/12/prime-minister-benazir-bhutto-murdered.html

Len Hart said...

The link to BBC's censored version has been corrected. Thanks for the heads up.

Anonymous said...

The youtube video is removed. Censored:)

Anonymous said...

This lionizing of Bhutto betrays knowledge of Pakistan history. Ahmed Rashid in his book Jihad: The Rise of Militant Islam in Central Asia (Yale University Press 2002) writes:
“Ironically it was not the ISI but Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, the most liberal, secular leader in Pakistan’s recent history, who delivered the coup de grace to a new relationship with Central Asia. Rather than support a wider peace process in Afghanistan that would have opened up a wider peace process in Afghanistan, Bhutto backed the Taliban, in a rash and presumptuous policy to create a new western-oriented trade and pipeline route from Turkmenistan through southern Afghanistan to Pakistan, from which the Taliban would provide security. The ISI soon supported this policy because its Afghan protégé Gulbuddin Hekmatyar had made no headway in capturing Kabul, and the Taliban appeared to be strong enough to do so.”

And in Rashid's book (universally accepted as the best book on the Taliban) Taliban: Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia (Yale University Press 2001), he writes:
“When Bhutto was elected as Prime Minister in 1993, she was keen to open a route to Central Asia. A new proposal emerged backed strongly by the frustrated Pakistani transport and smuggling mafia, the JUI and Pashtun military and political officials.”

“The Bhutto government fully backed the Taliban, but the ISI remained skeptical of their abilities, convinced that they would remain a useful but peripheral force in the south.”

“The US congress had authorized a covert $20 million budget for the CIA to destabilize Iran, and Tehran accused Washington of funneling some of these funds to the Taliban---a charge that was always denied by Washington . Bhutto sent several emissaries to Washington to urge the US to intervene more publicly on the side of Pakistan and the Taliban.”


Bhutto's Pakistan People's Party (PPP) had links to the anti-Musharraf tribal movements and Islamists in Pakistan's rugged mountainous regions. Her own political party is affiliated with the very same Islamic militants in the tribal areas from whom she claims she wanted to save her country.

She knew damn well that so-called Al-Qaeda interests in Pakistan were US-made, and that the US/CIA backed and funded them in the late 70s and early 80s. Rashid notes in his Taliban book that Bhutto made the big mistake of backing the Argentine Bridas oil pipeline and opposed the one proposed By Unocal, which the US wanted. She was removed from power in 1996 as a result, and Nawaz Sharif put in her place. Rashid writes:
“After the dismissal of the Bhutto government in 1996, the newly elected Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his oil minister Chaudry Nisar Ali Khan, the army and the ISI fully backed Unocal. Pakistan wanted more direct US support for the Taliban and urged Unocal to start construction quickly in order to legitimize the Taliban. Basically the USA and Unocal accepted the ISI’s analysis and aims---that a Taliban victory in Afghanistan would make Unocal’s job much easier and quicken US recognition.”

What's laughable about all this speculation about Bhutto's death is how Hillary Clinton, the supposed leading Dem candidate, is so misinformed about Pakistan politics in her remarks, or she is shilling for the same oil companies that Bush and Cheney are.

Len Hart said...

anonymous, the video in which Bhutto claims Osama was murdered is still up and working as of this post.

KayInMaine said...

Great post. We've been talking for days on my blog about the same stuff. We smell a fish...a stinking rotting fish head!

Anonymous said...

The still photo of Bhutto's alleged assassin shown at http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/story/0,23739,22987478-952,00.html is an obvious fake.

The guy was taking pictures with a digital camera and looking into the LCD! The whitish spot is where his camera was before it was edited out. Either that or the guy has a real long forearm and a very long, slender wrist.

And who in the world would hold his head level while taking aim at someone sticking out of an SUV’s sunroof?

txgirl said...

The BBC credits the interview as originating from the Al Jazeera network on the edited video page linked above.

Shellius said...

Don't you think she just meant to say Daniel Pearl? The man in question confessed to killing Pearl and she was mixed up. The BBC probably was doing her a favor by not showing her mistake. She clearly did not mean bin Laden. The man in question -- Saeed Shiekh -whatever, was close to bin Laden and considered one of his sons. He would never have murdered him.

This is the guy she's referring to:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahmed_Omar_Saeed_Sheikh

Len Hart said...

Pure speculation. There is no reason whatsoever to believe Bhutto misspoke. Even if she had, what business is it of the BBC to cut it out? A "real journalist" would have followed up on it.

Andy said...

btw, do you really think Bin Laden is still alive?! We havent seen any fresh footage in years!

Len Hart said...

There is absolutely NO REASON to believe she misspoke.

Secondly, the headline alleges that BBC censored the report. Why would they have done that if she was merely "mispeaking" and, secondly, why would a veteran news organization assume --upon no evidence whatsoever --that she had misspoke?

Simply, she stated precisely what she intended to say and --further --the BBC "edited" out precisely what they intended to edit.

damien said...

There is alternative evidence coming in here, Len. An anonymous commenter from jazz-from-hell.blogspot argues that it was a slip of the tongue by Benazir Bhutto.

Here is what she said in June 2007..."If the Taliban are eliminated, or if their poster-boy Osama bin Laden is caught, the international cries for restoration of democracy will only deepen" (link)

And this in Oct 2007..."If there is overwhelming evidence, I would hope that I would be able to take Osama bin Laden myself without depending on the Americans" (link)

She said this AFTER the David Frost interview..."I don't think General Musharraf personally knows where Osama bin Laden is, but I do feel that people around him are many who are associated with the earlier military dictatorship of the '80s. (link)

The anonymous commenter concludes: "How many stories should I post about her talking about bin laden being alive before you admit this is a slip up and nothing more?"

Still, the BBC pulled the WTC7 reporting stunt, so I wouldn't put anything past them.

Len Hart said...

I find it hard to believe that Benazir Bhutto would confuse Daniel Perle with Bin Laden. And, of course, it violates Occam's Razor. The Bin Laden tapes have been obvious fakes for about as long as Osama may have been dead.

I've thought Bin Laden dead for a long time now and am not alone:

ABC News 11 | January 20 2006

A Duke professor says he is doubtful about Thursday's audiotape from Osama bin Laden. Bruce Lawrence has just published Messages to the World:

The Statements of Osama Bin Laden, a book translating bin Laden's writing. He is skeptical of Thursday's message. It was like a voice from the grave, Lawrence said.

He thinks bin Laden is dead and has doubts about the tape. Lawrence recently analyzed more than 20 complete speeches and interviews of the al Qaida leader for his book. He says the new message is missing several key elements.

Here's a link to a comparison of two pics. One of them is the "real" Binny boy and the other is from central casting:

BUSH'S FAVE TERRORIST

Not even close. Bin's been dead for awhile.

Also: Bin Laden tape a fake, Swiss lab says

Following is the text of a "news items" that, if true, tends to confirm Bhutto's assertion that Bin is dead:

WAR PROPAGANDA FROM THE GRAVEYARD

FPF - 30 Dec. 2007 - The latest propaganda fake concerning the dead Osama bin Laden is presented today as 'Breaking News' by the Jewish Telegraph Agency.* According to JTA, 'Osama bin Laden vows to destroy Israel', and JTA writes that the fugitive Al-Qaida leader issued a voice recording today, Saturday 30 December 2007, ''in which he came out against Palestinian and other Arab leaders who have recognized the Jewish state.''

According to many sources* however, Osama bin Laden has been dead for many years (16 December 2001) and bin Laden has - as long as he lived - publicly denied having a role in September 11.


I don't know whether or not Bhutto is correct about Bin being murdered or not. But I have no reason to believe she misspoke. There is, however, many good reasons to believe that Bin Laden has been dead for several years but is kept alive with phony tapes to keep people terrified.

Who benefits?

Bush!

Len Hart said...

CBS News: FBI Official Thinks Bin Laden Is Dead

Therefore: all the tapes were and are fake. What is NOT news is that Bush is a liar!

damien said...

The Bhutto statements I'm not sure about, Len. But I have no doubt that bin Ladin has been dead for years. There is a wealth of evidence confirming that the bin Laden audios and videos are fake. You've provided just a couple of good examples. Keep up the good fight, Len. Have a great 2008! -- and make sure you get sufficient New Years liquid refreshment into you! Cheers mate - Damo

Len Hart said...

Indeed, Damien. I have been convinced for years that Bin Laden is dead. The story is that BBC did a questionable "edit" --one that I think is not good journalism. In any case, as you say, a dead Bin Laden cannot make tapes. So --who made them? If the CIA made them (and I believe they did) they need some instruction on basic film making.

Have a great new year ...and cheers, mate!

Anonymous said...

Len...
Another logical view, is the fact that if Bhutto had meant what she said on the BBC piece, she possibly may have repeated this information in other circles during and before that time frame, at some point she may have been quietly, but firmly informed by the powers that be that she needs to back track on her Bin Laden statements, if in fact she wants to get another shot at running things in her country.

I believe that is certainly one way you could legitimize her reversal, and surely something our and Mushie's operatives were able to impart to Bhutto, as she has played that type game for years with the U.S. and other power structures. And, for the most part, she played it well...so well, that at some point the decision was made to remove her from the field. But, it is all only a theory, so, certainly more concrete corroborating evidence is in order to fully convince me, but I would put a high probability and certainly the possibility of a scenario as I described.

At any rate, these kind of political issues are filled with complex innuendo and subterfuge, anyone that can not understand that is naive, or just ignorant and continues to buy into what ever crap MS media and or their governments will dish out to them. Those are the "ass-holes" helping a corrupted system run their nation off a cliff, bunch of right-wing dopes.

benmerc

Len Hart said...

benmerc, you are correct about the MSM and the "powers that be". Conan Doyle, by way of his creation --Sherlock Holmes --said:

"When you have eliminated all which is impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."

Certainly, Bush's "official" theories of anything are pure bullshit, the official conspiracy with regard to 911 primarily. Therefore, any credible story not coming from the Bush admin is inherently more credible. That is, at least, a good place to start. From there, an objective investigation is absolutely necessary. I don't consider it an exaggeration to say that if it is NOT investigated, it's because a powerful establishment does not wish it to be investigated. How many investigations are quashed because it would expose the CIA as a world wide criminal conspiracy?

Anonymous said...

There is much to read about Saeed Sheik most of which is up to you to believe.
http://www.cooperativeresearch.org/timeline.jsp?the_isi:_a_more_detailed_look=saeedSheikh&timeline=complete_911_timeline

freedomMolecule said...

India is the actual target of current "U.S." operations. After India is destroyed, then Iran will be handed over to communist China. Bush is naught but a smokescreen for Marxist central bankers, whose policy to exterminate, from the top down, every population whose children are potentially smarter than either of Bush's daughters, who are not too bright.

The bin Laden-Kissinger launched rumor of a southbound pipeline, from Tadzik to Kirachi, to supply oil to western markets, is smokescreen hooie. Monolpolist gangsters do not build competition for each other -- such a pipeline could only reduce the profits of the pipeline now almost completed from Kirkuk to Haifa. The Kirkuk to Israel pipeline, owned by Carlyle Group, will give international fascists monopolistic control over all oil allowed to flow to "western markets."

Future pipelines from central asian oil fields are planned, but they will head EAST, into communist China, not south, towards India. The deal is to "buy back" (or "make good on") Chinese holdings of otherwise useless and fictitious U.S. "debt paper," by delivering Iranian oil instead, through a Bush-Kissinger built pipeline from central Asia into communist China.

Re: Communist China -- WW-II was a smokescreen designed to hand China over to Mao Tse-dung. Through him, Chinese populations were always controlled top-down by Zionist international bankers of London and Wall Street. To accomplish their Herbert Hoover-George Marshal-George Bush Marxist plan, sometimes called "globalism," they had to turn China into the new "superpower" for the 21st century. To do this, they knew they would have to destroy the United States (including its Constitution especially), and make good on all the fictitious loans they would have to trade between themselves, during this transfer of military and productive powers to under "Marxists" -- who are actually just stooges appointed by, and under control of, Zionist bankers. It must understood that the left-wing and right-wing manifestations of Marxism were not accidental. They are designed to create an array of false, or unnatural, or inefficient, or anti-republican (small-r) tensions, which in turn produce an orchestrated political smokescreen, which effectively surrenders control of all banking powers to a few central-banking Zionists. Muslims and communists do not get along too well. Communists hate Christians just as much -- look at how Christian populations were so successfully reduced by Zionist-Marxist bankers during WW-I and WW-II, and during the targetted purges of Christians (along with a collateral percents of tribal Jews) of Stalin (agent "right") and Mao (agent "left").

This planned pipeline, from asian oil fields now controlled by Muslims, who again are hated by Marxist (Zionist) communists (whose "central coordinating committees" are invariably appointed by central bankers and seated by nepotistic oligarchical families) to communist China, will consolidate Zionist control of all the oil fields of central Asia.

But, before the Iranian oil fields can be handed over to the Chinese, Zionists must first destroy the intelligent populations of India. The ultimate balkanization of India back down to its princely states, will begin with an orchestrated balkanization of Pakistan, and tribal nuclear attacks against India, from Pakistani tribes, and against the U.S., by Zionist controlled Israeli submarines.

Johnny English said...

Choices, choices, choices

1. Freudian slip?
Benazir Bhutto mispoke and meant to say Daniel Pearl, which sounds so like Osama bin Laden.

2. Omar Saeed Sheikh Did It
OSS was arrested 12 February 2002 - wikipedia, so if he did murder OBL it (hopefully) had to be before then. (Unless he was given French leave for one last beheading. Damn. Those pesky Frenchmen again ...).

and my personal favorite

3. Osama Bin Laden Lives Forever
... on a video server farm in Virginia.

Robert Fisk was asked when the Americans would catch bin Laden. "When they have no more use for Saudi oil" was the gist of his reply :-). Now that's the definition of the hard-bitten realist reporter.

Which does NOT exclude the fact that OBL is no more. He has ceased to be. This parrot is a dead parrot. etc, etc. with apologies to John Clease, whose entire Python series is more believable than the present world news. BBC not excepted.

Father Paul said...

Here is the link to the copy posted by Al Jazeera

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIO8B6fpFSQ

bremertongreg said...

Just when you thought all hope was lost:

Bush signs government transparency bill By BEN FELLER, Associated Press Writer
26 minutes ago



CRAWFORD, Texas - President Bush on Monday signed a bill aimed at giving the public and the media greater access to information about what the government is doing. The new law toughens the Freedom of Information Act, the first such makeover to the signature public-access law in a decade. It amounts to a congressional pushback against the Bush administration's movement to greater secrecy since the terrorist attacks of 2001.


Bush signed the bill without comment in one of his final decisions of the year.

The legislation creates a system for the media and public to track the status of their FOIA requests. It establishes a hot line service for all federal agencies to deal with problems and an ombudsman to provide an alternative to litigation in disclosure disputes.

What do you make of this?

Anonymous said...

bremertongreg-

Well, maybe even Bush has figured out you need to throw a few peanuts into the gallery now and then. And lets face it, with all the access they now have on us, how many people are really gonna get in their face, besides a few Greg Palast types? Which the msm routinely ignore anyhow, and the powers that be know the whole of the media is loyally under their thumb...so, for now they have little to worry about. Other then K. Olbermann, I can not name ONE reporter that even gets close to the game, except Dave Schuster, and he constantly has that sputtering sod Chris Matthews to deal with, who allows very little traction for anyone. And poor lone Olbermann, is more shrill by the season.

In the mean time: Happy new year everyone...

benmerc

Anonymous said...

Fuzzflash sez...

New Year's Cheers to you Benmerc, Len and y'all young dudes and old duffers.

Been reading Jeremy Scahill's "Blackwater". Fifty years on and my dear brother finally figures out what a recividivist subversive he shares genes with and hits the spot with a chrissy prezzo. Contact. Better late than never, I guess. One year he gave me a mini abacus fer fucks sake! But he's my brother and I love him.

Anyway, totally sucked in. Reading the book is deja vu de-luxe, a bit like witnessing an extended blog conversation between Len and Damien and some of you other dangerously radical proto-commies. So far I'm enjoying it more than Tommy Ricks' "Fiasco". The strategic overview is superior and the journalism just as good.

Len Hart said...

What is Bush's absurd version of 911 if NOT a conspiracy? Why is it that only Bush critics and those who would expose his official conspiracy theories are accused of being "conspiracy theorists"?

Attempts to discredit a proposition by simply labeling it --"conspiracy theory" are nonsense, fallacious, a form of the ad hominem fallacy. It is also evidence of idiocy and/or ignorance.

Such "labeling" is a crude and fallacious meat clever attempt to avoid the issue. In fact, very little of significance --legal or illegal-- is ever accomplished by one person working alone. If "what gets done" is legal, it's usually called "free enterprise" or some such. If whatever "gets done" is not legal it's called a "criminal conspiracy".

Anyone who thinks that conspiracies do not exist has never bothered to read law of any type. If as few as two people agree to commit a crime, you've got a conspiracy. Conspiracies are not rare. They are, in fact, the general rule. Check the Cornell Law Library, Findlaw, or any other reputable source for law, Supreme Court decisions, et al. Do a search of Findlaw for SCOTUS decisions having to do with "conspiracies". You will get hundreds if not thousands of returns, thousands of decisions having to do with conspiracies of one sort or another.

There are certainly more SCOTUS decisions having to do with "conspiracies" than I care to waste my time counting. Now --why would the Supreme Court waste so much time and paper deliberating something that does not exist? Why can't this stupid issue, this stupid tactic be put to rest? If conspiracies do not exist, then please tell the justices of the Supreme Court of the US to stop wasting their time and taxpayer money deciding cases about issues which do not even exist.

If Bhutto was correct then Bin Laden is dead. If Bin Laden is dead, he can't make tapes. IF Binny can't make tapes, then Bush cannot exploit them. If Bush cannot exploit them, then he has a hard time keeping people terrified of the phantom menace, the world wide conspiracy of terrorists that Bush would have you believe in.

He cannot have it both ways. Either conspiracies exist or they do not. They don't exist FOR Bush's benefit but not for everyone else! If conspiracies do not exist, then everything that Bush has said about terrorism is utter bullshit!

Bush is not against conspiracy theories. He loves them! But only those he can exploit. Bush, in fact, embraced any cacamamie theory that he could pin on al Qaeda. And what is al Qaeda if not conspiracy? If we are going to debunk conspiracies, it is fair to ask: what hard evidence can be found anywhere that al Qaeda even exists? Show me! Where is it? Send me a picture of an al Qaeda "terrorist" along with a pedigree that I can trace!

Even before Bhutto made her comment, it was apparent to anyone with a couple of working brain cells that Bin Laden has been dead for a while. Her saying so is not outrageous. It's credible. And there is no logical reason to believe that she misspoke or mistook Daniel Perle for Osama. A psycho might make that mistake. Not Bhutto.

It is the implication of Bhutto's statement that worries the defenders of Bush "officialdom", official conspiracy theories. The implications are astounding but not surprising.
1) Most, if not all, of the Bin Laden tapes are phony as a three dollar bill and worth even less with devaluation.

2) Bush is a liar! Nothing said by the Bush administration about any thing at any time in any way is suspect. Bush said by Bush personally can be believed. Nothing issued by this White House should be accepted face value.

3) Bushco has asserted much and proved nothing. Little more has been supported with anything other than more lies and claptrap.

Those who assert must prove. That Bushco is held to a lesser standard is irrational and insane. It is NOT conspiracy theorists but idiots who buy into Bushco's OFFICIAL CONSPIRACY who are the tin foil hat nut job.

Many have have bought into a crazy scheme in which Arab hijackers under orders by Bin Laden, the evil mastermid of a vast terrorist CONSPIRACY, hijacked airliners that they could not in fact fly, and crashed them into two towers in NY, the Pentagon in Washington.

No one person could have pulled off 911! Even Bushco posits a "theory". A completely unbelievable theory. To re-inforce it, Bush and/or the CIA have gone into the video production business. They produce a series that is not ready for prime time. It stars a dead "terrorist". If all conspiracies are false simply because they are conspiracy theories, then Bush's theory is likewise bullshit.

What is al Qaeda if not a conspiracy?

What was the gang around Abu Nidal, if not a "conspiracy".

Calling critics of Bush "conspiracy theorists" is simply insane as long as Bush and his kiss ups continue to trot out the most absurd conspiracy theories to ever come down the pike!

Len Hart said...

Anyone believing that Bhutto misspoke must put forward at least ONE reason for believing so.

Bhutto's statement is completely credible on every point. She was rational, lucid and organized. She did not falter or search for a world.

Why, how could ANYONE misstake Perle for Bin Laden?

I repeat: there is no logical reason to suppose that Bhutto misspoke.

Not only did she NOT misspeak, I have since found numerous media reports that Bin Laden is, indeed, dead.

As to whether or not he was murdered by the Sheik is another matter altogether.

sushilsingh said...

Benazir Bhutto (June 21, 1953 – December 27, 2007) was a

Pakistani politician who chaired the Pakistan Peoples Party a

centre-left political party in Pakistan. Bhutto was the first woman

elected to lead a Muslim state,[1] having twice been Prime Minister of

Pakistan (1988–1990; 1993–1996).
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Anonymous said...

According to CNN.com, Benazir Bhutto was killed by a blast from an explosion; this is contrary to previous reports that say she was shot. A Scotland Yard analysis shows that there was no evidence of a bullet wound. Wow! Even in a high-profile murder such as this, the media can not get their facts straight!

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http://bb.gatorpets.org

Len Hart said...

Yeah...I heard the news. I used to respect Scotland Yard.

Project Humanbeingsfirst said...

Hello friends -

A belated contribution - today is June 16, 2008 - and people are still nowhere near figuring out who killed Benazir! Why? The matters are painfully, and blatantly obvious!


I am sorry to suggest that there is simply too much noise in the reportage of Benazir Bhutto's well-planned and well-executed assassination (not any less than JFK's), as well as the coverage on this well intentioned webpage with links galore to BBC:
http://existentialistcowboy.blogspot.com/2007/12/bbc-censored-benazir-bhuttos-reports.html



Just FYI - Here are Benazir's own surprising public words (which will surely astound most, not what you have been told):

http://humanbeingsfirst.blogspot.com/2008/02/who-killed-benazir-bhutto-herownwords.html

And here is dismantling the newspaper coverage (mostly Pakistan's):

http://humanbeingsfirst.blogspot.com/2008/02/perpetuating-whokilled-benazir-fiction.html

And here is the preamble to a forensic report (which has unfortunately been delayed due to other pressing matters - one of these days):

http://humanbeingsfirst.blogspot.com/2007/12/who-killed-benazir-my-condolences.html


Hope this helps - for anyone still reading this and still wondering who killed her. Everyone in Pakistan, well almost, in their drawing room discussions, know who killed her. But the Pakistani Press of course, don't have 'drawing rooms' in their columns! The labor under higher directives, greater imperatives!


Zahir Ebrahim
Project Humanbeingsfirst.org

Len Hart said...

Zahir Ebrahim,

Thanks for the invaluable links, Zahir. As this particular is no longer getting some 35,000 visitors per day (as it had done for a short while), some serious consideration must be given to re-examining this issue about which there is still much disinformation.

If it is quite OK with you, I will include your resources in a new story, a new and comprehensive look at a situation in which Benazir Bhutto found herself in the middle.

Brent said...

This all rings very credible now that the White House has announced they will not release photos. Perhaps what took place on the morning of Monday 5/2/2011 is that US Troops found evidence that bin Laden is dead. Publishing photos of a body that is 4 years into mummification would contradict what the White House announced.

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