Did you know that Osama escaped after being cornered, 3 times, in 2001?
A good overview of this curious conspiricy comes from the "911 Press For Truth Video", the relevant section of which was posted at youtube:
Osama Escape # 1 -- from Kabul
November 2001 escape from Kabul, reported by the London Times, July 22, 2002:
"Many locals in Afghanistan reportedly witness a remarkable escape of al-Qaeda forces from Kabul around this time. One local businessman says, “We don’t understand how they weren’t all killed the night before because they came in a convoy of at least 1,000 cars and trucks. It was a very dark night, but it must have been easy for the American pilots to see the headlights. The main road was jammed from eight in the evening until three in the morning.” This convoy was thought to have contained al-Qaeda’s top officials." You might also want to rack your brain trying to figure how Osama's convoy could feel free to move so easily and in large numbers, making their position obvious with 2000 headlights in the pitch black of Kabul mountain roads... given US Forces were right on his ass the whole time. Could it be that Osama had no fears of being caught, having been assured of such by certain higher ups in US government, that need Osama to continue operating so they can continue providing America with excuses to keep US military stationed in the middle east?
Escape # 2 -- from Jalalabadd
In late October, US intelligence reports began noting that al-Qaeda fighters and leaders were moving into and around the Afghan city of Jalalabad. By early November, bin Laden is said to be there. [Knight Ridder, 10/20/2002] Counterterrorism “tsar” Richard Clarke will later recall, “We knew from day one the likely places that bin Laden would flee to. There had been lots of work done before 9/11 on where did he hang out, statistical analysis even. We knew Tora Bora was the place where he would be likely to go. People in CIA knew that; people in the counterterrorism community knew about it. We knew that what you should have done was to insert special forces—Rangers, that sort of thing—up into that area as soon as possible.” [PBS Frontline, 6/20/2006] Knight Ridder Newspapers later reports that “American intelligence analysts concluded that bin Laden and his retreating fighters were preparing to flee across the border. However, the US Central Command, which was running the war, made no move to block their escape. ‘It was obvious from at least early November that this area was to be the base for an exodus into Pakistan,’ said one intelligence official, who spoke only on condition of anonymity. ‘All of this was known, and frankly we were amazed that nothing was done to prepare for it.’” [Knight Ridder, 10/20/2002]
On the night of November 13, a convoy of 1,000 or more al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters escapes from Jalalabad and reaches the fortress of Tora Bora after hours of driving and then walking. Bin Laden is believed to be with them, riding in one of “several hundred cars” in the convoy. The US bombs the nearby Jalalabad airport, but apparently does not attack the convoy. [Christian Science Monitor, 3/4/2002; Knight Ridder, 10/20/2002] The Northern Alliance captures Jalalabad the next day. [Sydney Morning Herald, 11/14/2001]
Escape # 3 -- From Tora Bora, November 16, 2001:
Gary Berntsten, lead CIA field officer involved with hunting Bin Laden in Afghanistan in 2001, quits the CIA two years short of retirement, in the effort to publish his book "Jawbreaker", where he admits he had Bin Laden cornered in the mountains of Tora Bora, and was officially denied requested backup troops by his superiors, which would have enabled him to move in for the arrest.
Approximately 600 al-Qaeda and Taliban fighters, including many senior leaders, escape Afghanistan November 16, 2001. There are two main routes out of the Tora Bora cave complex to Pakistan. The US bombs only one route, so the 600 are able to escape without being attacked using the other route. Hundreds will continue to use the escape route for weeks, generally unbothered by US bombing or Pakistani border guards. US officials later privately admit they lost an excellent opportunity to close a trap. [Newsweek, 8/11/2002] On the same day, the media reports that the US is studying routes bin Laden might use to escape Tora Bora [Los Angeles Times, 11/16/2001] , but the one escape route is not closed, and by some accounts bin Laden and others escape into Pakistan will use this same route several weeks later.
A US Special Forces soldier stationed in Fayetteville, North Carolina, later (anonymously) claims that the US has bin Laden pinned in a certain Tora Bora cave on this day, but fails to act. Special Forces soldiers allegedly sit by waiting for orders and watch two helicopters fly into the area where bin Laden is believed to be, load up passengers, and fly toward Pakistan. No other soldiers have come forward to corroborate the story, but bin Laden is widely believed to have been in the Tora Bora area at the time. [Fayetteville Observer, 8/2/2002] Newsweek separately reports that many locals “claim that mysterious black helicopters swept in, flying low over the mountains at night, and scooped up al-Qaeda’s top leaders.” [Newsweek, 8/11/2002] Perhaps coincidentally, on the same day this story is reported, months after the fact, the media also will report a recent spate of strange deaths at the same military base in Fayetteville. Five soldiers and their wives died since June 2002 in apparent murder-suicides. At least three were Special Forces soldiers recently returned from Afghanistan. [Independent, 8/2/2002] Other reports indicate that bin Laden crosses the border into Pakistan by foot instead.
So how many of you rational responders think Osama's unbelievable three escapes from the US forces, was all due, once again, to "incompetence", especially given the shock of the locals that we missed him when he was so obviously in view, and the frustration of ranking forces who complain they were denied their requests for sufficient backup to make the arrest after cornering Osama? How much stupidity must you see, before you begin to suspect that it's not ineptitude, but deliberation? Do you need to see Bush shaking hands with Osama before you start suspecting all sorts of evil shit going on behind the curtain that is far worse than the 6 o'clock government controlled evening news tells you it is?
Faith does not have the power to move mountains. However, it does have the power to make you think a mountain has moved.