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Osama Bin Laden home videos released by the U.S.

May 7, 2011

The waning media who lacks any real thought process is now specualting that Osama Bin Laden was vain.  This is how bad the American Media is. The Huffington Post puts out a story about these home videos of Osama Bin  Laden.  By the second paragraph the journalist had already put out a false claim that was a very american statement. “The videos, released by U.S. intelligence officials Saturday, were offered as further proof that Navy SEALs killed the world’s most wanted terrorist this week. But they also served to show bin Laden as vain, someone obsessed with his portrayal by the world’s media.”


Osama Bin Laden was not vain.  That’s an American thing.  People like him don’t care about that.  He was watching himself because he wanted his message to be out there to everybody around the world.  He saw that it was and was loving that his message was getting out there.  He wanted power and control and for everyone to follow his mantra.  Has absolutely nothing to do with vain.  So he died his beard black and prepared himself for the camera.  That’s being going since the beginning of time.  Those in power primping themselves up to speak before the people.  Let’s not get carried away with that vain number Huffington Post.

Then they proceeded to explain how he was draped in a brown blanket and holding a remote control.  Oh brother.  This is news?  What was he saying that was of importance, not what he looked like and wearing.  Eeesh!  The Huffington Post will put up anything.  Well they don’t pay their journalists over there, so you get what you paid for.

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