View Full Version : Confused ...Video Footage of Bin Laden....living in "Luxury"???


ScimitarXEdge
05-07-2011, 06:47 PM
Pentagon releases 'bin Laden tapes' - Americas - Al Jazeera English (http://english.aljazeera.net/news/americas/2011/05/20115717832650859.html)

Most media reports following Bin Laden's death emphasized the notion that Bin laden lived in a mansion, and existed in a luxurious lifestyle in which dined on goat meat (since when is goat meat gourmet?), drank American Soda( if that's luxury, convenient stores are the seat of the wealthy) and lived in a mansion

but this place depicted here looks like a slum, even in Third World standards

where's the luxury? I'm not a Bin Laden supporter; but is it more important to lie to serve our agenda than to show the truth?

IamDZJ
05-07-2011, 06:53 PM
well it's not the cave that they were searching for so they are still pretty much in shock.

ghundal
05-07-2011, 06:59 PM
He was living in a less than average house with not much furniture at all. there is nothing shocking except people making up things to suit a story LOL.

Look at the facts presented.

Haris
05-07-2011, 06:59 PM
The majority of Americans believe what is dictated to them by the media because many only have a single source on information (such as Fox News) and cannot be bothered to search up news topics via independent and reliable sources.

If they have more than one source it is still likely to be American and hence promote an American government agenda.


Anyone with half a brain can see through this agenda if they go online and look for news through a variety of sources.


The notion of a free and independent media goes out the window when the American government asks congress for more money to spend on promoting pro-government propaganda news channels creating a monopoly as a result of rising competition from foreign news sources such as RussiaToday. Their American branch RTAmerica is growing in popularity because it gives a different point of view from the mainstream channels and the government sees this as a threat to its agenda.

faye
05-07-2011, 08:41 PM
anyone else ever been to a muslim home with garbage strewn around the place? i haven't. the cleanest areas in some countries that are not muslim, india, sri lanka, were the cleanest i saw, in the muslim areas.

MDresden
05-08-2011, 03:58 AM
The facts were presented from the Pakis and guards questioned. They referenced him living in luxury while they had to pull security.

MDresden
05-08-2011, 03:59 AM
The majority of Americans believe what is dictated to them by the media because many only have a single source on information (such as Fox News) and cannot be bothered to search up news topics via independent and reliable sources.

If they have more than one source it is still likely to be American and hence promote an American government agenda.


Anyone with half a brain can see through this agenda if they go online and look for news through a variety of sources.


The notion of a free and independent media goes out the window when the American government asks congress for more money to spend on promoting pro-government propaganda news channels creating a monopoly as a result of rising competition from foreign news sources such as RussiaToday. Their American branch RTAmerica is growing in popularity because it gives a different point of view from the mainstream channels and the government sees this as a threat to its agenda.


You can use things like Zeenews and that other TV News (the one ghundal favors...that mule.) They present so much un-related topics from their news that they tend to be considered anti-american.

ScimitarXEdge
05-08-2011, 04:02 AM
The facts were presented from the Pakis and guards questioned. They referenced him living in luxury while they had to pull security.



but you guys said Pakistanis weren't involved in the process. ....Uh oh, Matt Dresden is exposing the facade of the mainstream story. :wub:

MDresden
05-08-2011, 04:03 AM
CNN news has been in pakistan since the day after the operation you mule.

ScimitarXEdge
05-08-2011, 04:11 AM
CNN news has been in pakistan since the day after the operation you mule.

CNN gets it's info from the U.S. not Pakistan. :wub:

face it, your foolish pride is becoming a security threat for your military

you'll end up a patsie like that Wikileaks leak guy

Bradley Manning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bradley_Manning)

Come on Matt Dresden, do you have the courage that Bradley Manning has?

randolph85
05-08-2011, 04:14 AM
matt has plenty courage when on base while eating burger king, drinking starbucks and getting visited by some dallas cowboys cheerleading skanks. on the field though? i am not so sure.

Karachi
05-08-2011, 04:16 AM
he was not living in luxury