Does ben Laden really exist?

PRAVDA.Ru has already noted that there was no evidence that “elusive” terrorist Usama ben Laden was really involved in series of acts of terrorism, committed all over the world. Three employees of UN stood trial today. They are accused of attempt at American ambassador to Kenya. They sent him threatening letters, signed “Usama ben Laden”.

Our reference. US State Department brought official charges against ben Laden for organisation of explosions of the World Trade Centre (1993), American embassies in Tanzania and Kenya (1998). He was also accused of contacts with Algerian terrorists, who organised series of acts of terrorism in France and other actions. Ben Laden is also accused of creation and finance of a net of religious organisations, aimed to unit the Islam world for struggle against the western civilisation.

The trial, which is going on in Kenya now, became a sensation. It became clear that three employees of UN were imitating the activity of the terrorist. According to the prosecutor, they asked one refugee to write letters in English and in Arabian and sign them “ben Laden”. They letters were sent to the American ambassador to Kenya and to a few high-rank officials of the UNO. Thus, probably, there was no any ben Laden. Perhaps, the most dangerous terrorist in the world is not a terrorist at all, but just a chess-man, used by politicians. If the fact that UN employees were really involved in imitation of terrorist acts is proved, why shouldn’t we regard other acts of the terrorist as imitation? As a matter of fact, the figure of Ben Laden used to be very profitable for USA. To all appearances, this country cannot stay without the “main enemy”. Later on Saddam Hussein and Slobodan Milosevic took his place. We would remind to you that before bombing Belgrade and Baghdad the United States “trained themselves”, sending cruise missiles to Afghanistan, where Usama ben Laden has been hiding.

Sergey Snegov

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