"The Life And Times Of Prophecy"
I could’ve seen this coming… Even without the gift of “Prophecy”
United States President Barack Obama has made the executive decision not to release postmortem photos of Osama Bin Laden, a decision that may within itself cause controversy since Osama’s body has reportedly been buried at sea. Without the photos surfacing, and with Osama’s body apparently being disposed of, it appears as if the American public will have no proof of Osama’s actual death other than the fact that the United States Government announced it on May 1st, 2011.
The president cited that Osama is not a trophy, and to show his slain body would create a huge stir-up globally. From what has been reported, there are 3 sets of photos of Osama Bin Laden. 1) Images of Osama Bin Laden’s body in a hangar after being transported back to Afghanistan, with what is reported as a huge open head wound, though it’s been said that this is the most recognizable of the photos 2) Images of Osama Bin Laden’s body at the sea burial abord the USS Carl Vinson, both before and after a shroud was placed over his head and 3) Images of the actual raid itself, which also shows Osama’s two dead brothers, and one of his dead sons.
Images surfaced on the internet almost immediately after the May 1st announcement that claimed to be of a deceased Osama Bin Laden. Those photos have later been debunked as fakes.
With almost no proof of Osama’s actual physical death, let’s just hope that the announcement was very real, and not just fantasy filmwork.
Here’s Jimmy Kimmel and “Rebecca Black” condemning Osama Bin Laden to Hell… on “Fryday”
The United States Government has branded Osama Bin Laden with a red “Deceased” sign underneath his picture on the FBI’s Most Wanted List.
This also means that nobody will be claiming the $25 Million Dollar Bounty that was offered up for any information leading to the arrest, capture and/or killing of Osama Bin Laden. I’m sure of course their claim will be that the U.S. Government ordered the operation, and therefore there is nobody outside of the government that should receive the prize.
Come on now, you didn’t really expect the United States Government to give something back to the people now did you? And in the end, the War In Iraq has only cost us nearly $1 Trillion Dollars since the war began on March 20th, 2003.
But what I’m surprised about, is that they didn’t hire a Jack Ruby to go ahead and take the title, and run off with the goods.