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May 4, 2011

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Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under three different administrations Steve R. Pieczenik says he is prepared to tell a federal grand jury the name of a top general who told him directly 9/11 was a false flag attack

Paul Joseph Watson
May 4, 2011

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Top US government insider Dr. Steve R. Pieczenik, a man who held numerous different influential positions under three different Presidents and still works with the Defense Department, shockingly told The Alex Jones Show yesterday that Osama Bin Laden died in 2001 and that he was prepared to testify in front of a grand jury how a top general told him directly that 9/11 was a false flag inside job.

Pieczenik cannot be dismissed as a “conspiracy theorist”. He served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under three different administrations, Nixon, Ford and Carter, while also working under Reagan and Bush senior, and still works as a consultant for the Department of Defense. A former US Navy Captain, Pieczenik achieved two prestigious Harry C. Solomon Awards at the Harvard Medical School as he simultaneously completed a PhD at MIT.

Recruited by Lawrence Eagleburger as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Management, Pieczenik went on to develop, “the basic tenets for psychological warfare, counter terrorism, strategy and tactics for transcultural negotiations for the US State Department, military and intelligence communities and other agencies of the US Government,” while also developing foundational strategies for hostage rescue that were later employed around the world.

Pieczenik also served as a senior policy planner under Secretaries Henry Kissinger, Cyrus Vance, George Schultz and James Baker and worked on George W. Bush’s election campaign against Al Gore. His record underscores the fact that he is one of the most deeply connected men in intelligence circles over the past three decades plus.

The character of Jack Ryan, who appears in many Tom Clancy novels and was also played by Harrison Ford in the popular 1992 movie Patriot Games, is also based on Steve Pieczenik.

Back in April 2002, over nine years ago, Pieczenik told the Alex Jones Show that Bin Laden had already been “dead for months,” and that the government was waiting for the most politically expedient time to roll out his corpse. Pieczenik would be in a position to know, having personally met Bin Laden and worked with him during the proxy war against the Soviets in Afghanistan back in the early 80′s.

Pieczenik said that Osama Bin Laden died in 2001, “Not because special forces had killed him, but because as a physician I had known that the CIA physicians had treated him and it was on the intelligence roster that he had marfan syndrome,” adding that the US government knew Bin Laden was dead before they invaded Afghanistan.

Marfan syndrome is a degenerative genetic disease for which there is no permanent cure. The illness severely shortens the life span of the sufferer.

“He died of marfan syndrome, Bush junior knew about it, the intelligence community knew about it,” said Pieczenik, noting how CIA physicians had visited Bin Laden in July 2001 at the American Hospital in Dubai.

“He was already very sick from marfan syndrome and he was already dying, so nobody had to kill him,” added Pieczenik, stating that Bin Laden died shortly after 9/11 in his Tora Bora cave complex.

“Did the intelligence community or the CIA doctor up this situation, the answer is yes, categorically yes,” said Pieczenik, referring to Sunday’s claim that Bin Laden was killed at his compound in Pakistan, adding, “This whole scenario where you see a bunch of people sitting there looking at a screen and they look as if they’re intense, that’s nonsense,” referring to the images released by the White House which claim to show Biden, Obama and Hillary Clinton watching the operation to kill Bin Laden live on a television screen.

“It’s a total make-up, make believe, we’re in an American theater of the absurd….why are we doing this again….nine years ago this man was already dead….why does the government repeatedly have to lie to the American people,” asked Pieczenik.

“Osama Bin Laden was totally dead, so there’s no way they could have attacked or confronted or killed Osama Bin laden,” said Pieczenik, joking that the only way it could have happened was if special forces had attacked a mortuary.

Pieczenik said that the decision to launch the hoax now was made because Obama had reached a low with plummeting approval ratings and the fact that the birther issue was blowing up in his face.

“He had to prove that he was more than American….he had to be aggressive,” said Pieczenik, adding that the farce was also a way of isolating Pakistan as a retaliation for intense opposition to the Predator drone program, which has killed hundreds of Pakistanis.

“This is orchestrated, I mean when you have people sitting around and watching a sitcom, basically the operations center of the White House, and you have a president coming out almost zombie-like telling you they just killed Osama Bin Laden who was already dead nine years ago,” said Pieczenik, calling the episode, “the greatest falsehood I’ve ever heard, I mean it was absurd.”

Dismissing the government’s account of the assassination of Bin Laden as a “sick joke” on the American people, Pieczenik said, “They are so desperate to make Obama viable, to negate the fact that he may not have been born here, any questions about his background, any irregularities about his background, to make him look assertive….to re-elect this president so the American public can be duped once again.”

Pieczenik’s assertion that Bin Laden died almost ten years ago is echoed by numerous intelligence professionals as well as heads of state across the world.

Bin Laden, “Was used in the same way that 9/11 was used to mobilize the emotions and feelings of the American people in order to go to a war that had to be justified through a narrative that Bush junior created and Cheney created about the world of terrorism,” stated Pieczenik.

During his interview with the Alex Jones Show yesterday, Pieczenik also asserted he was directly told by a prominent general that 9/11 was a stand down and a false flag operation, and that he is prepared to go to a grand jury to reveal the general’s name.

“They ran the attacks,” said Pieczenik, naming Dick Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz, Stephen Hadley, Elliott Abrams, and Condoleezza Rice amongst others as having been directly involved.

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“It was called a stand down, a false flag operation in order to mobilize the American public under false pretenses….it was told to me even by the general on the staff of Wolfowitz – I will go in front of a federal committee and swear on perjury who the name was of the individual so that we can break it open,” said Pieczenik, adding that he was “furious” and “knew it had happened”.

“I taught stand down and false flag operations at the national war college, I’ve taught it with all my operatives so I knew exactly what was done to the American public,” he added.

Pieczenik re-iterated that he was perfectly willing to reveal the name of the general who told him 9/11 was an inside job in a federal court, “so that we can unravel this thing legally, not with the stupid 9/11 Commission that was absurd.”

Pieczenik explained that he was not a liberal, a conservative or a tea party member, merely an American who is deeply concerned about the direction in which his country is heading.

Watch the full interview with Dr. Pieczenik below.


Obama Says U.S. Killed Osama bin Laden, but Questions Remain

Written by Alex Newman
Monday, 02 May 2011 08:30

Osama bin LadenReputed terrorist mastermind and former U.S. government ally Osama bin Laden has been killed by a military operation in Pakistan, President Barack Obama and other American officials claimed on the night of May 1. Bin Laden’s body was subsequently dumped at sea, according to news reports. But not everybody is convinced that officials are telling the truth.

“Tonight I can report to the American people and to the world, that the United States has conducted an operation that has killed Osama bin Laden — the leader of al Qaeda and a terrorist who is responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, and children,” Obama claimed during a press conference from the White House, followed by colorful language about a “cloudless September sky” and “black smoke” billowing from the Pentagon almost a decade ago.

Huge crowds gathered outside to wave flags and celebrate the news. And across the Internet, the story sparked a tidal wave of reactions and reports.

But numerous inconsistencies have already become apparent. China’s official press agency, for example, is reporting that — contrary to Obama’s asssertions — bin Laden was actually killed in an operation by Pakistani security forces. U.S. personnel, according to the Xinhua wire report, only arrived later to pick up the body.

Other analysts are claiming — citing obituaries and official statements published around the world — that bin Laden has actually been dead for years. Countless Internet postings appeared following Obama’s announcement calling the news a “lie” or “hoax.”

Radio host Michael Rivero, for example, ridiculed the President’s claims — essentially calling them lies with a hidden agenda. Rivero has maintained for years that bin Laden was dead and that there are still questions surrounding the September 11 terror attacks and al Qaeda that need to be addressed. “Obama’s announcement of Bin Laden’s death is a desperation ploy either to start WW3, distract from the crashing economy, or simply to revive his failing chances at a second term,” wrote Rivero on his a popular news-aggregating service. “In any event, Obama is full of crap claiming credit for ‘getting’ Bin Laden when he has in fact been dead for almost ten years.”

Similarly, InfoWars published a red alert claiming that Obama’s announcement is a “propaganda stunt.” The piece also claimed bin Laden had been dead for many years, citing assassinated Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and other high-level sources. “Obama’s announcement follows the release of a highly suspicious birth certificate last week,” wrote Kurt Nimmo in the article. “Both events represent psychological operations that possibly portend more significant events in the days ahead as the U.S. dollar continues to lose its reserve status, the economy fails to recover as promised, and wars expand in Libya, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.”

Senior editor Gordon Duff of Veterans Today wrote that he was “highly skeptical” about news reports parroting the President’s speech, saying his media organization had received information about the planned announcement nearly a week before it was made. He also called bin Laden a “patsy” and noted that the reputed terror mastermind had been intimately involved with the U.S. government while consistently denying any involvement in the September 11 attacks.

“Tonight I saw those I find less than credible using wild and speculative words as fact, tying bin Laden to 9/11, something no court, no intelligence agency, no law enforcement group ever did,” wrote Duff in the piece. “Tonight I heard many things I knew were untrue to help sell the import of bin Laden’s death, a death reported long ago by Benazir Bhutto.”

Some establishment media organs have also raised questions. MSNBC, for example, noted that an image circulated around the world by news outlets and television stations as a supposed photo of a dead bin Laden is almost certainly fake. Authorities have not yet commented on the picture.

The private intelligence firm Stratfor, based in Texas, commented on the announcement by highlighting its “symbolic” value to the U.S government and the al-Qaeda organization. “Bin Laden had become the symbol of al Qaeda, even though the degree to which he commanded the organization was questionable,” its analysts noted in a Red Alert announcement. “The symbolic value of his death is obvious. The United States can claim a great victory. Al Qaeda can proclaim his martyrdom.”

The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s most wanted profile for bin Laden — which notes that bin Laden was sought in connection with two U.S. embassy bombings in Africa, but not the September 11 attacks — had not been updated as of this writing. A reward of up to $25 million for information leading to his capture was still being offered on Monday morning.

During the press conference announcing the news, Obama said that upon taking office, he ordered his C.I.A. boss to make capturing or killing bin Laden his “top priority” in the “war” against al-Qaeda. Former President George W. Bush had said in 2006 that capturing or killing bin Laden was not a priority — “if he’s alive at all.”

After gathering “enough” intelligence, Obama said he had determined that the government had indeed tracked down Osama’s hideout. And so, the President said, he authorized an operation “to get Osama bin Laden and bring him to justice.”

According to Obama and some news reports, a small team of Americans tracked bin Laden to a large, fortified compound north of Islamabad, Pakistan with the assistance of local authorities. A fire fight ensued when bin Laden resisted, and he was supposedly shot in the head. Obama said no U.S. personnel were harmed and that the team hunting bin Laden “took care” to avoid civilian casualties.

“The death of bin Laden marks the most significant achievement to date in our nation’s effort to defeat al Qaeda,” the President asserted during his speech. “Yet his death does not mark the end of our effort. There is no doubt that al Qaeda will continue to pursue attacks against us.”

Obama also said that the U.S. must remain “vigilant” at home and abroad, while reaffirming that the American government “is not, and never will be, at war with Islam.” But, bin Laden’s death “should be welcomed by all who believe in peace and human dignity,” he said.

“Tonight, let us think back to the sense of unity that prevailed on 9/11,” Obama suggested, calling the killing of bin Laden “a testament to the greatness of our country.” America can do “whatever we set our mind to,” he declared, citing “the struggle for equality for all our citizens” and “our sacrifices to make the world a safer place.”

Whether the reported killing of bin Laden will cause a backlash remains to be seen, but analysts argue that it might. Just last week it was reported that a senior al Qaeda leader said a nuclear bomb had been hidden somewhere in Europe — set to detonate if bin Laden was ever captured or killed. It is unclear whether the assertion, based on government documents put out by WikiLeaks, is cause for concern.

But American officials are reportedly taking some precautions. “In the wake of this operation, there may be a heightened threat to the U.S. homeland,” an unidentified U.S. official told MSNBC. The American military has placed its bases on high alert. The U.S. State Department, meanwhile, urged Americans abroad in volatile areas to “avoid mass gatherings and demonstrations” and limit travel outside of their homes.

But despite the reported killing of bin Laden, the U.S. government continues to arm various al-Qaeda elements in its United Nations-backed effort to overthrow the government of Libyan dictator Muammar Khadafy — its former ally in the “War on Terror.” Al-Qaeda — a successor to the U.S.-backed Mujahedin in Afghanistan — has been a vocal supporter of the uprising in Libya from the beginning.

A former U.S. Guantanamo detainee who was assessed as a “probable” member of the terror organization is now leading a U.S.-backed group in the Libyan rebellion. Another leaked document recently revealed that a senior al Qaeda leader was simultaneously working for various Western governments during the time he allegedly blew up churches in Pakistan.

The implications of Obama’s announcement are still developing. Some pundits wondered whether it was finally time to bring the troops home, while others claimed the next phase in the terror war was just beginning. Questions are also being raised about what role, if any, Pakistani officials may have had in helping bin Laden hide for so long in an area known as a military hub.

A DNA sample of bin Laden’s body was reportedly taken before disposing of his body. Some news reports said results should be available in a few days, while others reported that his identity had already been verified. According to the New York Times, al Qaeda sources had not independently confirmed bin Laden’s assassination.

Photo of Osama bin Laden: AP Images

One Comment leave one →
  1. UNsheepled 1 permalink
    May 4, 2011 2:58 pm

    Obama, I mean Osama Bin dead Laden laden time !!!

    sorry could not help myself

    Look for a new false flag to create a bigger better scarier BOOGEY MAN real soon .
    I am avoiding public spaces, walmart etc….. call me paranoid, but once you know who the real terrorist are caution is the better part of valor

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