On the same day The Guardian removed the letter, X account "Yashar Ali" tweeted that over the previous 24 hours, thousands of TikTok users, many of them younger people, shared that they had read the letter and now believe they understand why he attacked, we were told, the United States.
"The TikToks are from people of all ages, races, ethnicities, and backgrounds," Ali noted. "Many of them say that reading the letter has opened their eyes, and they'll never see geopolitical matters the same way again."
Ali would go on to explain that many of the TikTok videos that were uploaded depict young people coming to a new understanding of how corrupt governments use the word "terrorism" to malign legitimate forms of resistance to hostile powers. In the United States' case, these hostile powers would seem to primarily stem from the Zionist agenda.
(Related: Check out our earlier report about the shocking number of Zionists with dual Israeli-American citizenship who occupy high positions of power at the CDC and elsewhere.)
At the same time that The Guardian deleted bin Laden's letter, so did Scribd. It would appear as though there is some kind of coordinated attempt to pull the letter from the internet, though it is still visible at Business Insider.
The letter is somewhat long, if you have not yet read it, stretching across four pages. Some people believe that bin Laden was a CIA agent and that the letter was constructed in a conspiratorial way for deception purposes while other feel as though it holds merit in light of everything that occurred on 9/11 and beyond.
One particularly compelling, yet bizarre, passage that certainly speaks to the youth of today who recognize that they have no future in the current paradigm talks about the false left-versus-right political structure that dominates the United States, as well as makes a mention about global warming.
"The way for change and freeing yourselves from the pressure of lobbyists is not through the Republican or the Democratic parties, but through undertaking a great revolution for freedom," bin Laden's letter reads.
"It does not only include improvement of your economic situation and ensure your security, but more importantly, helps him in making a rational decision to save humanity from the harmful [greenhouse] gases that threaten its destiny."
It is difficult to ascertain what prompted this letter to suddenly be thrust into the limelight over the past week, followed by its noteworthy removal from several major websites. Are they trying to hide the letter or draw attention to it by hiding it from a few key sources? We may never know for sure the true answer to this question.
One thing is for sure: People are all of a sudden reading bin Laden's letter and resonating with its words. And the fact that the media, both traditional and social, is attempting to silence those who discuss the letter would seem to point to more censorship foul play by the globalist deep state, which seems to be in a tizzy trying to keep a lid on all things "wrongspeak," which apparently now includes bin Laden's more than 20-year-old letter to America.
More related news about the corrupt powers that be and their misuse of the word "terrorism" to denigrate those who fight for freedom can be found at Tyranny.news.
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