TINFOILHAT: Why WAS “OBL” killed?

Sunday, September 9, 2012

http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/120295.html

September 7, 2012
For the Sheeple Who Still Believe That Obama Killed bin Laden
Posted by David Kramer on September 7, 2012 06:13 AM

In this interview with our current Murderer-in-Chief, he discusses the procedures that are followed before ordering drone bombings on suspected “terrorists” (which always seem to include innocent civilians). At 1: 35 in the segment, O-bomb-a states:

“Our preference is always to capture if we can, because we can gather intelligence.”

But when the U.S. military had allegedly captured the NUMBER ONE terrorist in the world (at least in the U.S. government’s eyes), Osama bin Laden (who was UNARMED and NOT RESISTING), they shot him in cold blood??? Do you think that perhaps the NUMBER ONE terrorist in the world might have had a WEE BIT of intelligence that would have been useful to the United States government??? Hmmm???

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Yeah, I know they killed someone.

Why kill?

Why all the secrecy?

Why even admit that you have the guy?

Why, why why … 

Unless it wasn’t OBL, who was rumored to have died a while ago.

Unless … it really makes NO sense at all.

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INTERESTING: A gang with an institutional structure

Sunday, September 9, 2012

http://dailyreckoning.com/fifty-shades-of-government

Fifty Shades of Government
By Jeffrey Tucker

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This is the great tragedy of living under leviathan. People have different ideas about how it ought to conduct its affairs. Who should be rewarded? Who should be punished? Who gets the privileges? Who must bear the cost? It becomes a war of pressure groups, everyone seeking to live at the expense of everyone else.

What is this thing we call government? It consists of the gang with an institutional structure that makes the rules, enforces the rules, and lives by rules that are different from those it imposes on the rest of the population. We can’t steal, but government can. We can’t kill, but government can. We can’t counterfeit, kidnap, and engage in fraud, but government can. This thing called government, obviously, has a strong interest in maintaining its power, prestige, and funding.

This is true no matter what the structure of the government happens to be. Oligarchy, absolute monarchy, constitutional monarchy, presidential republic, parliamentary republic, democracy — all of them have one thing in common: They create a special caste of citizens that live at the expense of everyone else.

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The essence of Libertarianism is that we need no such class. 

Each man, and woman, of course, is their own sovereign.

Responsible to keep their word and a free to bind themselves in any way they see fit.

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