If it hasn't already.
Let's look at the fodder....
George Bush's 2003 Mission Accomplished speech was delivered exactly eight years to the day of Osama being shot.
President Obama's announcement interrupted Celebrity Apprentice (Take that Trump!).
The way the "official" account of what happened keeps changing.
(Osama was armed, unarmed etc)
Buried at sea.
Instant DNA test.
And as my friends at My[confined]Space like to say, "Pics or it didn't happen".
On the "Osama has been dead for years" theory we have the the video from 2007 when Pakistan’s former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto told David Frost that Omar Sheikh killed Bin Laden.
Go to 2:12 and listen....
By the way, on December 27th, 2007, less than two months after the interview, Benazir Bhutto was killed while leaving a campaign rally for the PPP at Liaquat National Bagh.
And Osama's death was reported on May 1st.
Hmmmm...what else happened on May 1st in history?
1776-Establishment of the Illuminati in Ingolstadt by Adam Weishaupt
1945-World War II: A German newsreader officially announces that Adolf Hitler is dead.
It's Beltane and Walpurgis Night
(I know tons of other things happened on May 1st, but I also know my Conspiracy theorist friends out there love to tie dates and events together)
Of course Iran, as always the voice of reason, weighs in....
“[Osama] was just a puppet controlled by the Zionist regime in order to present a violent image of Islam after the September 11 attacks.”
- Ismail Kosari, member of the Iranian parliament's Security and Foreign Policy Commission and confidant of Ahmadinejad
Do I think Osama is really dead?
Without a doubt.
IF this was faked, do you think for one second that "The Powers That Be" would leave him in a position to make any kind of an announcement?
Oh yeah, he's dead.
Sorry if this post seems to wander around.
There's just so many things on my mind about this incident that I feel like I have ADD.
You know if you really want to celebrate and/or show your support, go to the Navy SEAL Foundation and make a donation.....
This organization provides tragedy assistance for families who have lost a loved one in training or combat, supports family events to uphold morale and camaraderie, awards scholarships and provides educational assistance to active duty personnel, their spouses, and children.
I think this is a quiet and respectful way to show them that you do support and appreciate what they do.