CNN’s new buzzword: “CLOSURE”
Caliphate News Networx promotes the word like there’s no tomorrow. “Its over now, we can bring the troops home, because we won….”
Well, I guess that’s all it takes to get the O’turd reelected.
Back to reality: Â It is shameful that it took ten years to get the miserable bastard. A guy like Osama bin Laden can’t just vanish. Binnie had an entourage of (who knows how many?) women and children, bodyguards Â and assassins. It was clear from the beginning that he never lived in a cave. If he was hauled up right underneath the presidential palace in Islamabad it would have been no surprise at all.
Without a doubt he was protected by Paki secret service and powerful military figure heads, so this is no surprise either.
My reflections on Osama’s death, inÂ Human Events just now:
Osama bin Laden has gone to the great bordello in the sky that awaits every good jihadi.
Barack Obama explained that the jihadist mastermind was killed in a “targeted operation: at Abbottabad, Pakistan: “A small team of Americans carried out the operation. After a firefight, they killed Osama bin Laden and took custody of his body.”
Obama also said that the killing of bin Laden was the “most significant achievement to date” in America’s war against al-Qaeda.
It is undoubtedly significant. Osama bin Laden was wildly popular in the Islamic world. In the wake of the 9/11 attacks Osama t-shirts, hats, and even dolls and action figures sold briskly in many Muslim countries, belying the mainstream media myth that 9/11 was the action of a tiny minority of extremists that had twisted and hijacked Islam, and were duly despised by the vast majority of Muslims. Polls all over the Islamic world always showed a healthy amount of support for bin Laden and, above all, respect for him as a pious mujahid.
But in reality, while the death of bin Laden is fine news, and is certainly a psychological blow to the jihadis and a confidence-booster for Americans, it really won’t change anything….