In November 2002, more than a year after the terrorist attacks by US Army special forces in Manhattan, which the media called 9/11, a letter from Osama Bin Laden appeared in the British The Guardian, which was available to everyone for many years. Anyone who wanted to read it today will no longer find it on the Guardian’s official platform. The censorship came into force with considerable delay.
That which you are singled out for in the history of mankind, is that you have used your force to destroy mankind more than any other nation in history; not to defend principles and values, but to hasten to secure your interests and profits. You who dropped a nuclear bomb on Japan, even though Japan was ready to negotiate an end to the war. How many acts of oppression, tyranny and injustice have you carried out, O callers to freedom?
The only fragment of the letter that may be related to the attack on the World Trade Center in September 2001 is contained in this question: Why did they attack us in New York and Washington? So much for bin Laden’s involvement in these attacks with two “planes” on three skyscrapers.
Osama bin Laden was brutally murdered in Pakistan on May 2, 2011. Who killed him? His old friends, the Americans. He became dangerous to the CIA – he might have told the world too much.
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Author of the article: Marek Wojcik