Gareth Porter


Gareth Porter, investigative historian and journalist specializing in U.S. national security policy, discusses his article “The Truth Behind the Official Story of Finding Bin Laden;” Pakistani Brig. Gen. (retired) Shaukat Qadir’s new book Operation Geronimo: the Betrayal and Execution of Osama bin Laden and its Aftermath; how bin Laden was ousted from Al Qaeda’s leadership and tricked into exile in Abbottabad, Pakistan; debunking the two big lies – that Pakistan’s ISI was hiding bin Laden, and that intelligence gathered from torture helped locate him; and Al Qaeda’s success (as revealed in Syed Saleem Shahzad’s book) in recruiting/radicalizing Pashtun tribes in northwestern Pakistan.

MP3 here. (27:51)

Gareth Porter is an investigative historian and journalist specializing in U.S. national security policy. The paperback edition of his latest book, Perils of Dominance: Imbalance of Power and the Road to War in Vietnam, was published in 2006.

4 thoughts on “Gareth Porter”

  1. thesystem liessomcuh,

    You could not any more right. For these guys, and the rest of the gullible who are not keeping score, Bin Laden was declared dead on at least 8 previous occasions that we know of, that are on record, by various high ranking officials and/or heads of state. And the idea that Gareth Porter, who is supposed to be a level headed and consumate thinker on foreign policy, pedaling these ridiculous lies and garbage about Bin Laden having died, for the ninth time by the way, simply proves what I have always known and that is there is no hope for the so-called western world. Amerika, and most if not all of Europe, are completely finished…………………

  2. The muslims want Immed. change a way from WHKillincc-WBreba-UNisrael-OEPxtheftz but Oilee want Us illegal$ slaves. SabahIrak-BanderK$A-ZZayedUAE-Abodjor-JamalM$r JAILCCloud.

  3. Two Seals in a bedroom — Only they know

    Be it a fake assignation or the real thing, two Navy Seals went into ben Laden’s bedroom and came out with a body bag, which was flown out to see and thrown overboard.

    Anyway, in the grand scheme of things as it pertains to the root cause and solution to our wars of terrorism, what difference does it make?

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