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'Tere Bin Laden' is Paralyzingly Funny! (Unlike the True Story)

Bollywood Flick goes to the heart of the 'bin Laden tape' controversy, minus the amazing 'cave dialysis' program.

The thing about bin Laden is that every fourth man in the Middle east has a tendency to look just like him, particularly in Jalalabad, near the Pakistan border.
The thing about bin Laden is that every fourth man in the Middle east has a tendency to look just like him, particularly in Jalalabad, near the Pakistan border. (See lower left)

(SACRAMENTO, CA) - The movie 'Tere Bin Laden' is as funny as it gets, mostly because of its tongue-in-cheek look at the whole notion of 'bin Laden Videotapes' that helped Bush launch two wars, and ensured Obama's reelection.

As you will learn, this article is a sleeper; a term for a hot rod that doesn't appear fast from the outside. Please absorb this slowly and with an open mind, you owe it to our dead servicemen. Also, the movie below starts automatically, so you might want to pause it after the first two commercials play.

I'll come right out and say that I do not and have not, believed the story about bin Laden being killed in an Abbottobad, Pakistan house. It takes courage to look at the story through a clear set of eyes and too many people are too scared to do so, as it involves disagreeing with the 'official' US version pumped into your TV's from big pharma-fueled mainstream media. Hell, they're even making a movie about it, and that is fitting, because the whole story sounds to me like it was a product of Hollywood.

Jalalabad - two bin Laden lookalikes,
... on just one corner in this Afghan city.
Photo by Tim King

I know I am affected differently because I have my own connections to the story, and have written many times about the impossibility of his surviving years needing kidney dialysis and receiving it in a cave. I interviewed Afghans in 2007 in Jalabad where he had his training camp, the man was a Mujaheddin leader who helped defeat the Soviets.

Way back in 2001, there were endless reports about this Saudi Jihad leader's severe kidney failure. The matter was documented and he was even treated by the Americans for this serious health issue.

But you and I are expected to believe that bin Laden received this treatment in poverty-stricken Pakistan, or Afghanistan, in a cave, it is not possible.

In light of this, a number of US media outlets this year began publishing stories that claim bin Laden never had kidney problems, what a load that is. All source back to government 'friendlies' who occupy newsrooms in big market and network media and have for many years. They like their jobs and ensure that they keep them with the spirit of government cooperation.

Usama bin Laden has been dead since 2001 when the US Special Forces laid him to waste in a cave at Tora Bora, I have had two men who were Special Forces in Afghanistan in 2001, confirm the reality of this. Is there proof positive? No, but as I will explain, the proof leans far more toward the theory expressed in this article, than the impossible-to-believe official version.

In Tere Bin Laden, a young Pakistani reporter bent on being able to move to the US, concocts a plan to have a man who for a lack of better terms is a 'cock' farmer, become bin Laden for the camera. They dress him up, send the tape via a Paki channel to the US, and soon bombs are falling on Afghanistan. I won't tell you the rest of the story because you need to watch it.

It is a foregone conclusion that nobody with failing kidneys lives very long without treatment. I first covered kidney dialysis treatment in 1988. At any rate, due to what I consider the obvious nature of the fraudulent US story, I have to give credit to the Bush and Obama Administrations, for their foresight in using a dead man to wage war for the financial benefit of defense contractors, and secure a presidential reelection. This was simply brilliant; a warmonger's wet dream, particularly the 'killing' of bin Laden. However I think Obama didn't do anything that other US presidents would have done, it was all set up for him. Think about it.

Description becomes interesting at 2:20

Of course a neighbor of the house bin Laden allegedly occupied in Pakistan nearly chuckled over the idea, saying the man with a multi-million dollar price tag on his head did not live there or he and others would have known. Ever heard of a body double? Then there is the "his body was thrown into the sea" part, and then the terribly disfigured man's face appeared in online photos described as bin Laden, but then came the worst part, the really twisted part; the high-integrity Navy SEAL team that allegedly killed him (I believe they believed they did kill him) started dying...

    Insurgents shot down a U.S. military helicopter during fighting in eastern Afghanistan, killing 30 Americans, most of them belonging to the same elite unit as the Navy SEALs who killed former Al Qaeda leader Usama bin Laden, U.S. officials said Saturday. It was the deadliest single loss for American forces in the decade-old war against the Taliban.

    One current and one former U.S. official said that the dead included 25 Navy SEALs from SEAL Team Six, the unit that carried out the raid in Pakistan in May that killed bin Laden. They were being flown by a crew of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. Both officials spoke on condition of anonymity because families are still being notified.
    (Helicopter Crash in Afghanistan Reportedly Kills Members of SEAL Team 6 - FOX NEWS)

Insurgents? Like the ones in the Ganjgal Valley in Afghanistan in 2009 who were ambushed in the most obvious way by the US Army? That's right, it is amazing how Special Forces operators that carry top security clearances in this country, and are privy to things that are literally unimaginable, keep dying in ways that no other Americans ever do. I won't switch gears on you for too long here, but the Sept. 2009 Ganjgal ambush involved:

The four killed from the Marine team were
Marine 1st Lt Michael Johnson, Marine
Gunnery Sgt Edwin Johnson, Marine SSgt
Aaron M Kenefick (Gunnery Sgt), Navy
Corpsman James R Layton

    a) US drones spotted insurgents from Pakistan heading to the village where several dozen US Marines and soldiers and Afghan soldiers, and one reporter, were going that morning. The jihadists were carrying rocket launchers and the drone video showed them being very precise, not your average fighters, and nobody with the govt ever told those men who were about to be slaughtered that all of those guys were heading there to ambush them.

    b) When the group approached the three-sided ambush, the four Marines (One was a Navy Corpsman- still a Marine) went in first and never had a chance of surviving.

    c) When they called for artillery, they were asked question after question until they died, they received only a tiny fraction of what they asked for. A new book about what is called, "The most extraordinary battle in the Afghan War", reveals that there were no smoke grenades in the entire war theatre! Machine gun parts were missing from toolboxes, the whole mission was sabotaged from within.

    d) US Army helicopters in the area as soon as the ambush began, were refused permission to aid the stricken Marines. By the time pilots did arrive, it was too late for a large percentage of the group, who had visited Ganjgal for a meeting with village elders, they expected to be back by lunch.

    e) Perhaps most chilling: are the long list of accounts from the years of the Soviet Union war there that described Ganjgal as a suicide mission due to its intense fortification and firing positions. It was recorded by the Russians time and time again, that Ganjgal, deep in the Pesh Valley of Afghanistan near the Pakistan border, was an impenetrable place with myriad gun emplacements on three sides, where machine gunners have total protection from return fire. I have personally been within two miles of the place and the Pesh is a place that makes the hair on your arms stand up, because it is scary and extremely dangerous, but nothing there is more dangerous than Ganjgal, so if you wanted to get somebody who was a political obstacle out of the way by killing them, this is the place you send them.

Aaron Kenefick and Mark Kimmitt in '05

    f) This battle took place to 'terminate' Marine Staff Sergeant Aaron Kenefick, who in his career had been 'Marine of the Year' twice. He knew too much about Kimmitt's criminal activity within the US govt relating to Taliban interactions and drug dealing, and also weapons smuggling the US was responsible for. At the peak of the Iraq war, Aaron Kenefick was an aid for US Army General Mark Kimmitt, the man behind the Abu Ghraib prison torture and murder scandal, and the highly dubious Marine attack on Fallujah, where birth defects have skyrocketed in the years following the Marine battles there. Hell, those are just two of the many dirty aspects of Iraq that Kimmitt had his hand in.
    (This is a must read: Aaron M Kenefick: A Marine Who Knew Too Much)

    g) The best thing you can possibly do after reading my article above, is to buy the book Into the Fire by Dakota Meyer, the first Marine awarded the Medal of Honor (MOH) since the Vietnam War. He defied orders and attempted time and time again under extremely intense fire, along with a US Army Captain denied his MOH named Will Swenson, to rescue his team, all four of whom died, but then Meyer, the team's best gunner, was held back and not allowed to accompany his team into Ganjgal; Kimmitt's 'people' must have known Meyer could have saved his brother's lives. He and Aaron Kenefick were very close, but the information I reveal does not source back to Meyer; his book is straightforward and tells the story, rather than interpreting it as I do. My source as you discover in my article, is not named at this point.

In summary, Mark Kimmitt is the dirtiest piece of crap the US government ever place general stars on, or as bad as any, and the worst part is that he is still a key player in the US govt; more important than ever, and I should mention that he hails from the halls of nepotism with a father and several siblings all in different components of govt and also corporate America, and that he coordinated the program to use highly paid mercenaries like Blackwater (XE) to fight the wars overseas. If the US govt had any integrity at all, they would charge and convict Kimmitt of treason, and hang him. For the record, in the words of my great friend Ken O'Keefe, a former United States Marine like myself, I will never under any conditions commit suicide, and I have never and will never take an unexpected trip anywhere, without notifying people close to me.

Back to SEAL Team 6 and bin Laden

First, look at the records and try to determine how many times thirty Americans die in helicopter crashes, you will learn that it almost never happens, if it has at all. Even FOX News confirmed that it was the worst loss in Afghanistan. I reported many helicopter crashes in Iraq and Afghanistan in recent years, but I do not recall a single one that claimed so many, I could be wrong but trust me that it would be at minimum, extremely rare.

No independently verifiable scientific analysis of bin Laden was conducted. I would assume members of the mental health community would froth at the mouth over being able to analyze the brain of the world's most famous terrorist, so much for that idea, after all Obama wanted to respect his remains, didn't he say something like that? What a liar, completely and totally.

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But the really insulting part is that this man, Usama bin Laden, was nothing less than an ally and hero who the US funded to defeat the Soviet Union during the invasion of Afghanistan. This in part led to the end of the dreaded Soviets, the US was in his debt. The ONLY thing that pissed him off and turned bin Laden anti-American, was the fact that the GW Bush spent tens of billions of dollars in taxpayer money to defeat Iraq during the invasion of Iraq in 1991. Remember that U.S. Diplomat April Glaspie met with Iraqi President Saddam Hussein before the US invasion of Kuwait, and Hussein was given a green light. Glaspie, not American but Canadian by birth, confirmed to him that the US would not intervene in a problem between two sovereign nations. She truly lied right through her teeth and the information is all logged in the Bush Library of all places.

Glaspie said to Hussein when he was considering the invasion of Kuwait:

    We have no opinion on your Arab-Arab conflicts, such as your dispute with Kuwait. Secretary Baker has directed me to emphasize the instruction, first given to Iraq in the 1960s, that the Kuwait issue is not associated with America.

Look it up; I hot linked her name to the Wiki page. If you don't like my source, look up her statements to Hussein via virtually any other source, it happened.

The stories circulating about bin Laden over the last few years are almost all made up for political purposes and he hasn't been around to argue about it.

So, short of saying, "the govt says it is true so is must be true", Americans have nothing to go off of except the word of the govt about bin Laden's being killed in Pakistan, and that is just plain stupid to assume they would not lie. His beard and hair became younger looking along with his gaunt face from 2001, and also remember that the only thing bin Laden ever said, immediately after 9/11, was that he had nothing to do with it, the same day Bush said he claimed responsibility.

The only thing bin Laden ever got out to the public was not a series of threatening stereotypical jihad tapes, but a single press release that was carried by mainstream news agencies on 16 Sept. 2011, wherein he fully denied any involvement:

Click to see the original CNN article- 16 Sept 2001

In his statement from 2001, bin Laden said:"The U.S. government has consistently blamed me for being behind every occasion its enemies attack it.

"I would like to assure the world that I did not plan the recent attacks, which seems to have been planned by people for personal reasons."

"I have been living in the Islamic emirate of Afghanistan and following its leaders' rules. The current leader does not allow me to exercise such operations."

From: Bin Laden says he wasn't behind attacks - CNN

So regardless of whether or not we like it, Americans who believe the government's story, the same government that lied to you with the help of a New York Times reporter named Judith Miller about weapons of mass destruction, have to read that statement above and then read the following paragraph aloud.

    "Osama bin Laden planned and executed the worst terrorist attacks ever on U.S. soil from a cave in Afghanistan because he 'hates our freedoms' and he had unparalleled success in downing four aircraft, striking three targets; killing thousands of Americans. Then he denied the attack. Then Bush said he did it, and because of that I believe it."

So, are we all together on that now? If you believe bin Laden is responsible, then that has to be your quote.

Bush and Kimmitt are the enemy within the gates and Kimmitt won't be able to keep going forever, there are too many doubts among the fair and decent minded Americans in government, and some are far better than others.

Of course Americans typically only believe news that comes from attractive news anchors, not witnesses at the scene, particularly in Pakistan. However the legacies of men killed by the US government under false pretenses, deserve better.

My immediate thought when the Navy SEAL's died, was "Well there goes the evidence about bin Laden". That sounds crude, and my heart breaks for the families of those killed, but the truth is terribly important and it has been sacrificed by our government too many times.

Now you can watch this silly but funny movie and I suspect you will appreciate it more the way I do, than if you hadn't just read this sad story;

Special thanks to Popcornflix


Photo by Justin King

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Tim King has more than twenty years of experience on the west coast as a television news producer, photojournalist, reporter and assignment editor. Tim is's Executive News Editor. His background includes covering the war in Afghanistan in 2006 and 2007, and reporting from the Iraq war in 2008. Tim is a former U.S. Marine who follows stories of Marines and Marine Veterans; he's covered British Royal Marines and in Iraq, Tim embedded with the same unit he served with in the 1980's.

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Anonymous December 18, 2012 7:21 am (Pacific time)

Maybe if the mainstream media started reporting in a more responsible way re: the level of terrorist attacks and those stopped, then maybe you would understand the threat. Naturally because of various operations on the domestic front, much is not made public. The radiacal who killed s many innocents down at Ft. Hood is minor compared to what could be happening. I suggest the biggest concern coming up is people like Feinstein, Schumer and other zionists whose goal is to take away your right to defend yourselves. How do those restrictive gun laws work in places like Chicago and D.C.?

Brandt Hardin December 17, 2012 4:48 pm (Pacific time)

Well over a year after Bin Laden’s death and over 10 years since 9/11, American citizens are still blindly allowing their civil liberties to be taken away one piece of legislation at a time in the naming of fighting a nonexistent homeland threat. How much freedom are we willing to sacrifice to feel safe? What difference did it make killing Bin Laden and Hussein if nothing has changed? You can read much more about living in this Orwellian society of fear and see my visual response to these measures on my artist’s blog at

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