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  • Sterling D. Allan
    I wrote a brief comment in response to the following story http://www.deseretnews.com/article/700132081/One-phone-call-by-Kuwaiti-courier-led-to-bin-Laden.html
    Message 1 of 1 , May 3, 2011
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      to the effect:
       
      "Bin Laden has been dead since 2002, his body kept in "cold storage", literally, to be rolled out at an opportune time, as an "Ace in the Hole".  See Infowars.com for documentation and commentary on this."
       
      That comment was declined.  And it didn't violate any of their stated reasons for comments being declined.
       
      It's not like I was asking them to give this a full story; I was just posting it in the comments, which have a wide degree of latitude in views being expressed.  But I guess that view was just too divergent for them.
       
      Deseret News can't do anything but be lapdogs to the New World Order conspiracy that is destroying freedom and our planet.  They're in bed with the enemy.
       
      So much for being a light to the world and savor of men.  You know the rest of that scripture and what is in store for a people who don't serve the role they were supposed to play of standing for truth, but who instead prostitute themselves with the enemy.
       
      Here's a news bullet I put up yesterday at FreeEnergyNews.com
      • Conspiracy > 911 >
        Government Had Osama bin Laden Frozen for Years (Videos) - Many sources show that Osama Bin Laden died in 2002. Alex Jones and others say his body has been put in cold storage to be produced at an opportune time; yet they haven't produced the body publicly but dump him at sea. Photo, released 3 years ago, another Photoshop hoax. Enraging Muslim world. Black-op all over the May Day assassination announcement. (Infowars; May 1, 2011)
       
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      Subject: Deseret News comment denied

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