vendredi 1 août 2014

U.S.A.: Why Bill Clinton waived to kill Osama bin Laden.

Coincidentally, this revelation of the former President of the United States took place on September 10, 2001, the day before the attacks on the World Trade Center. A former Australian politician has just released the recording of his justification.
Long before September 11, 2001, Osama bin Laden was already in the viewfinder of the United States. This was revealed that Bill Clinton had the opportunity to give the order to kill the former public enemy number 1.

In a given case before an assembly of men at Crown Casino in Melbourne conference, Bill Clinton said he had abstained to avoid collateral damage.

"No better than him"

"He is an intelligent man, I've been thinking about it and I almost had, confessed the 42nd President of the United States. I could have given the order to kill him, but to do so, I should destroy the small town of Kandahar in Afghanistan, and killing 300 innocent women and children it would not make me better than him. So I abstained. "
This registration was made ​​with the agreement of Clinton by Michael Kroger, former personality for the Australian Liberal Party. He explained the context of the confession. "This conference was recorded with his constentement" Has he told on Australian television. The recording has never been made ​​public. Bill Clinton responded to a question from a member of the public on global terrorism".

Numerous reports on September 11, 2001 attest this project dates back to December 1998. Finally, the September 11 attacks, including Osama bin Laden, who is the alleged mastermind, killed 2,977 people. After years of living in hiding, bin Laden has been killed by a raid of U.S. special forces on May 10 May 2011 at Bilal, near Abbottabad, Pakistan.

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