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The escape from assassination of Osama bin Laden. First failed attempt to kill bin Laden.

Updated on February 14, 2016
Osama Bin Laden. The plot to kill him revealed.
Osama Bin Laden. The plot to kill him revealed.
Bin Laden after he survived the attack.
Bin Laden after he survived the attack.
The assassin in Pakistan.
The assassin in Pakistan.
George W Bush authorized the assassination.
George W Bush authorized the assassination.

The location of Osama Bin Laden in 2002.


In the history of the twenty first century one name will be remembered, especially in the western world, as the personification of evil malevalence. That name is Osama Bin Laden. When we recall the blowing up of The World Trade Centre, or the bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, that left thousands dead. When people speak of The Bali Bombings, the Madrid outrage, or remember the people that were murdered on the London Underground in 2007, one name is always on everyone's lips. That is the name of the man, who if he did not directly order all of those atrocities, at least inspired the perpertators. The name Osama Bin Laden will forever be associated in peoples minds with these atrocities It is the name of a middle aged Saudi Arabian man who is presently supposed to be in hiding somewhere in the border region between Pakistan and Afghanistan. He is believed to be consumed with an absolute hatred of the west and it's values, and to use his considerable fortune to finance the proliferating islamist terrorism that is at present afflicting the world. Billions of Dollars have been spent on futile attempts to capture him and bring him to justice. So far Osama Bin Laden has managed to remain free. There are some who maintain that he is dead, and that recent videos of him are hoaxes, created by elements within the american secret service. These videos are said to have been produced in order to provide justification for a continuance of the war in Afghanistan.

I have to say here that none of that is true. Osama Bin Laden is alive, and he is still somewhere in the border region between Afghanistan and Pakistan. There is one secret that you are not being told about however, and that secret is that the world's arch terrorist did come within an a hair's breath of being killed in 2002. It is only due to one of those fluke occurrences that happen when "intelligence" is not quite as good as it should be that he managed to escape. I should now like to reveal the exact story of what happened when we almost managed to rid the world of this menace. It is a story of great bravery and daring, that unfortunately was spoiled by a combination of the secret predilections of the afore mentioned Osama, and a serious failure on the part of United States Intelligence that did not have access to all the salient facts. Our story does have a hero, and that hero is none other than The Cheshire Cat who has made many contributions, both great and small to the history of The United States since the second world war.

For those of you unaquainted with this remarkable feline I will digress for a few lines. The Cheshire Cat is a shapeshifting alien that has been incarcerated in Area 51 since the nineteen fifties. He is also the maternal grandfather of President Barack Obama, and he once went on a secret mission to Cuba to assassinate Fidel Castro; he also managed to rid the world of Lenin.

The truth is in here if you dare to read it

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The decision to assassinate Osama Bin Laden.


We all know how in the wake of the 9/11 bombings President George W Bush in concert with his allies invaded Afghanistan in order to oust The Taliban Regime, who had been harbouring Bin Laden. It was also the intention to kill or capture him if at all possible. The war went quite well in that The Taliban government was defeated, but no amount of searching produced Osama himself. It was assumed that he must have escaped the invasion forces, and the best intelligence indicated that he was holed up somewhere in the border area either in Afghanistan or Pakistan. In July 2002 reliable intelligence was recieved that Osama Bin Laden was living in a town some one hundred kilometres from the border, but in Pakistan not Afghanistan. The decision was taken at the highest level that he should be elliminated as soon as possible. But because Pakistan was an ally of The United States, it was considered out of the question to invade, and because he was hiding in a rather populous town, it was decided that it would be too risky to bomb him because of civilian casualties.

But President Bush knew of another alternative way of doing the deed. He knew the secret of the prisoner of Area 51.He also was aware of how The Cheshire Cat had killed Lenin, and also almost got Castro. He knew that if Osama Bin Laden was to be done away with, the intrepid pussy was the ideal agent to use. The only problem was that he did not want his prisoner to go free, as the american government still wanted the secret of shapeshifting which so far the cat had refused to divulge. But there was one way to exert pressure on The Cheshire Cat To return to Area 51.


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