The Legacy of Osama Bin Laden & The False Charges of Conspiracy Theory

What if I told you about a conspiracy that involves a group of people who are working on making a weapon never before known to mankind?

This thing will change the face of war forever and so anyone who comes into the knowledge of this process is either: absorbed into the project, assassinated or imprisoned.

The mixture of science and military technology is at work night and day until these people secretly achieve their sinister goal. They build a weapon that can kill hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, of people in one shot. These people conspire to then use that weapon against a sworn enemy of their country, whom they happen to be at war with.

The sceptics are scoffing at me and all rolling their eyes right now, but what if I told you that this weapon really existed, and that this process was real and that on August 6th 1945 America used this weapon… on Japan, producing its desired results.

Wouldn’t that be a conspiracy?

The Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats met behind closed doors to thrash out how they would rule Britain after the last general election.

That is a conspiracy.

There are companies that meet everyday to decide which chemicals are the cheapest to put in their products and how to alter the law to make them sellable.

That is a conspiracy.

Big industry lobby politicans behind closed doors for tax breaks while the Government cut social services.

That is a conspiracy.

There are governments who will use men like Bin Laden all the time as a proxy against their opponents.

That is also a conspiracy, and since we are one of those governments who used such a man, we are the conspiracy.

In a world that has been flooded by news, there is usually nothing that rises far above the smouldering lava of sensation—that which consumes all truth and absorbs all lies mixing them into a fiery lake or stew of bubbling nonsense. So much so, that to discover glanced over facts, to question people of importance within government or the machine itself leads to the branding of one as a “conspiracy theorist.”

Not all people who doubt the official version of the story are raving lunatics, though. Some have an honest distrust of their own government.

This is the legacy left behind by Osama Bin Laden, why is it that if anyone questions the fast unravelling narrative off the official story are they then branded conspiracy theorists?

This is based on an excellent piece titled “The Legacy of Bin Laden” by activist and social commentator Immortal Technique, The Akh recommends you read it.

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2 responses to “The Legacy of Osama Bin Laden & The False Charges of Conspiracy Theory

  1. Here are your two options:

    A) You are glad that his head was blown off by Navy SEALs.

    B) You miss him and respect his legacy.

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