BFP Roundtable Video- Exposed: The Timing & Orchestration of Seymour Hersh’s “Bin Laden Kill”

Sibel Edmonds & Pearse Redmond on Hersh’s Bin Laden Kill Exposé, FBI’s Bin Laden Tapes & Much More!

In this BFP Roundtable episode Sibel Edmonds and Pearse Redmond discuss the recent "bombshell" article by Seymour Hersh regarding the so-called Bin laden Raid, offer their analysis of the article itself, and explain why this is yet another attempt to obscure the elephant in the room. The discussion includes two never-before-released revelations regarding the Hersh story and the FBI's Bin Laden tapes: Extrapolating from her sources, Sibel explains why Hersh wrote this article, the timing of it, and the players and agenda behind it. Later she delivers another bombshell that deals with the FBI's infamous Bin Laden tapes: From her time as an FBI translator Sibel was privy to some very interesting information regarding these tapes, how they were used by the Deep State, and how this relates back to the Hersh article.

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  1. CuChulainn says:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/18/magazine/what-do-we-really-know-about-osama-bin-ladens-death.html?_r=0

    NYT Mag: What Do We Really Know About Osama bin Laden’s Death?
    The history of Obama’s most important foreign-policy victory is still being written.
    By JONATHAN MAHLER OCT. 15, 2015

  2. CuChulainn says:

    Bowden said he found CIAmour Hersh’s claims hard to believe. Hersh tried to sympathize. ‘‘Nobody likes to get played,’’ he said, adding that he meant no offense.
    ‘‘Nobody likes to get played’’?? or diddled?

  3. CuChulainn says:

    Another example of Sy Hersh’s principle that to get traction one needs official denials
    https://niqnaq.wordpress.com/2014/10/07/our-opponents-have-internalised-claud-cockburns-saying-never-believe-anything-until-its-officially-denied-so-they-are-denying-this-in-an-effort-to-make-sure-we-believe-it/
    though this does not seem to apply to yesterday’s US bombing of Syrian army, confirmed by Syrian govt, denied by Pentagon

  4. the hit on Samir Kuntar apparently had Russian help

    https://niqnaq.wordpress.com/2015/12/21/at-this-point-im-afraid-i-expect-hersh-to-assist-in-the-effort-to-obscure-the-central-jewish-thrust-of-the-syria-war-namely-to-eliminate-hezbollah/

    in fairness to Sy Hersh, BFP might also be accused of excessive politeness when it comes to stating the obvious about the destruction of Syria. no, it’s not all about pipelines.

    • The obvious being what? Go ahead and say it; “It’s the Jews!”. Sorry, jackasses like whoever writes that blog make it so easy for Zionists to claim that criticism of Israel is “anti-Semitic”. I’m sure the article is good, CuChu, but the “Jewish masters of the universe” crap that’s so prevalent in conspiracy theorist alt-media gets on my nerves and it gets tiring for me not state the obvious in order to try to avoid stifling debate or make people like you, whom I respect and have no beef with on the matter, feel like they’re going to falsely accused as “anti-Semites”.

  5. BennyB, sorry, this kind of hysteria & your milder forms of policing do not intimidate; but this kind of outburst does reflect on your motivations
    the obvious is stated by RB at the link–Israel is a key factor in the war on Syria, since after 2006 elimination of Hezbo became imperative for Israel. and yes, israel call itself the jewish state.

    • It’s not meant to intimidate anybody and I’m not trying to police the conversations here (or anywhere else). I don’t have “motivations” to deflect criticism of Israel in any shape or form and I agree that Israel’s interests are central to the chaos that’s going on in the region. I find it hard, based on the views I’ve expressed here that this would even be perceived as conceivable, but perhaps this is just a blind spot on my part. It’s just frustrating and discouraging that it seems like people can’t distinguish why it’s offensive when people refer to what Israel’s doing by saying “the Jews” instead of saying “the Israelis” or “the Zionists”. Yes it’s a “Jewish State”, but it’s self proclaimed (just like the Islamic state). I’m not trying to single you out by any means, CuChu, I’m just trying to say that other articles at the site which you posted the link to, such as:

      i have a suspicion that most jewish men are in fact crap in bed, because they are even more sexually repressed than the rest of us

      just seem to demonstrate that whoever runs that site (RB?) seems to have an issue with Jews which goes beyond Israel and Zionism. I don’t think the afore mentioned is offensive more than it is just childish, but it’s just meant as an illustration here. I’m sure I probably would agree with most, if not all of what’s stated in the article, it just bothers me that even though this is the case and even though I’m not religious, the style of rhetoric ends up feeling like having dirt thrown in my face when I’m trying to stand shoulder to shoulder on issues I’m passionate about trying to confront.

      I don’t know why this type of stuff seems to be so prevalent within the conspiracy theorist realm of the alt-media where I dwell, but I just want to articulate what is and what isn’t offensive. In part, so people here and elsewhere, who might feel intimidated about discussing the elephant in the room get a sense that 90% of what’s actually offensive simply comes down to referring to Israel and Zionism by name, not just as “the Jews”.

      CuChu, I know you don’t feel intimidated, but I’m sorry for lashing out in response to your comment nonetheless. I guess it touched a raw nerve, but I can see how it wasn’t fair. I appreciate your level headed response.

    • On the topic of Israel’s role/motives in the wars, divide and conquer tactics, and regime change agenda in all of what’s been going on in the region (not just Syria), has anybody ever explained why the Israelis really opposed the Iran nuclear deal (since it was never about “security”)? I don’t feel like I’ve seen this covered anywhere.

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