Obama got Osama

My grandmother always told me to take it easy on too much unnecessary celebrations. She said that misery always follows excessive feelings of euphoria – kind of like the down after being on a high. I found out exactly what she was talking about when I got my first hangover. Her advise is behind the reason why I am a bit wary about the excessive celebrations a lot of Americans are throwing at the moment following the official announcement that Osama Bin Laden is dead.

If you stop to think about it, since Bin Laden had been in hiding for the last decade, it was like he was already dead. As the most wanted man in the world, he would never have shown up randomly at your local supermarket anyway. And then there had always been this rumor going around for years that he had already been killed during the initial invasion of Afghanistan in 2001.

It is therefore really pointless at this point to wonder, “When did Osama die?” because it does not actually make a difference whether he is dead or alive. There are enough misguided Muslim radicals ready to take his place.

Now that he is really dead – that is according to the US government – some people are saying that he is more powerful now the way Obi Wan Kenobi became even more powerful after Darth Vader struck him down in Episode IV of Star Wars. This sort of thinking is evident in how the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) considers the former Al Queda leader, a “martyr.” And the irony here is that in the aftermath of his death, the world is on an even more heightened travel alert against terrorist attacks. The Philippines, for its part, hosts one of the main training grounds of the militant group in the Far East. So the Armed Forces of the Philippines is now anticipating retaliatory attacks from local terrorist groups. Here’s what AFP spokesman, Commodore Miguel Jose Rodriguez had to say:

“There is always a possibility [of retaliatory action from radical Islamists] kaya pinaghahandaaan natin ito. We are always prepared for that,” he said. “But we are sure na hindi nila kakayanin kasi nakahanda ang inyong pwersa sa bagay na ito.”

“Our expectations (for retaliatory attacks) will always be there, that is why part of the security plan of the Armed Force is to always be vigilant. You know in terrorism, you will never know when you will get hit,” he added.

Unfortunately, the rumors surrounding Osama’s death will most likely never die down. It is going to be another “Elvis is not dead” kind of thing. It does not help that there was no public “viewing” of his remains because as Muslim custom dictates, he needed to be buried within 24 hours of his demise. A public viewing would have brought some kind of closure. And US authorities made it harder for Osama “fans” to visit his grave by burying him under the sea, merman style. Now there is no way a yearly pilgrimage to his burial site can be organized.

A decade since the World Trade Center Twin Towers in New York were brought down, some people’s sentiments have shifted towards the Muslim radical’s cause. It doesn’t help that the US presence in both Afghanistan and Iraq is still very strong. Their position, understandably, is that the “War on Terror” is still not finished. Even then, to those who are fond of spreading conspiracy theories that the US Government was actually behind the attack that destroyed the Twin Towers and killed close to 5,000 people, I say c’mon, what American in his or her right mind would kill fellow Americans just to justify waging a war against another country to revitalize the economy? I’m inclined to think that those who think this way have thought about doing the same thing, sort of like it takes one to know one kind of mentality.

But the biggest winner of all is President Barrack Obama. He is “the man” who caught the biggest fish. I guess some could say that his reelection is in the bag. This is Obama’s rebuttal to Donald Trump who keeps taunting him about his birthplace.

This is just the kind of thing that Americans need nowadays. Their economy has been depressed for quite some time now. China just took 2nd place in the hall of world dominance. Australia’s dollar keeps rising. England just had the royal wedding of the decade. Americans needed a major win…something that can help cheer them up. Billions of dollars (and counting) later, the US government has to give the people the type of Hollywood ending they are accustomed to.

Something tells me though that the news of Osama’s death can only harbor more ill feelings towards Americans from people who don’t really believe that Osama is guilty of instructing his followers to fly airplanes into the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on the 11th of September 2001. Some people believe that Osama was just sitting in a house in suburban Islamabad watching the cricket. The same people probably believe that the British royal family ordered the late Princess Diana’s death or that Elvis is still alive.

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jonah
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Osama-dead or not will not change what has happened. I don’t see any justice eventhough he has been killed already.
Life goes on…if this will trigger more terrorism around the world esp in USA then they just have to be prepared.

Joseph
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Do you know or have you watched the documentary film “ZEITGEIST,the movie”? In that movie they show compelling evidence in the conspiracy of the government of US on the 11th of September 2001 terrorist attack. Please watched the movie

here is the link:

Trosp
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Oh, the ZEITGEIST a film that was released by the leftard Google which was acclaimed as “”isn’t meant to be true, just to open your mind to other possibilities.”

He he he…(Check the Wiki.)

How about this link debunking the truthers on 9/11-

http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/military/news/1227842

Where claims and facts are all explained.

Jih
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While I respect your opinion and admit that I’m an avid reader of your posts and those of the GetReal guys, I just have to clarify to you that in Muslims’ belief, a Muslim killed by a non-Muslim in a zone of war is considered a ‘Martyr’, but whether God sees the same is a different matter. No Muslim, not even the MILF, would condone the crimes he had committed if he had really did so or order it be done against ‘innocent’ people, but the guy is still a Muslim, and I would expect you not to limit our… Read more »
Trosp
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“No Muslim, not even the MILF, would condone the crimes he had committed if he had really did so or order it be done against ‘innocent’ people, but the guy is still a Muslim, and I would expect you not to limit our choice if we still ask God to have mercy on him for the sins he had committed.”

From: http://mypetjawa.mu.nu/archives/207640.php

Snippet:

New York Islamists: Congratulations to Sheikh Osama bin Laden on His Martyrdom!

Ms. Mike Portes
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If only America became the bigger man in this story then maybe a hope for this war to end sooner can be seen. Is it too much to turn over Bin Laden’s body to the Saudi govt and afford him the proper Islamic burial, just so some extremists will see the benevolence that the U.S. claims? Islamic burial traditions do not mark graves, is Bin Laden more significant to a nation than the past Kings of the kingdom that his grave be given relevance? If the U.S. truly considers Saudi Arabia an ally and is sincere in promoting peace then… Read more »
Jih
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May also add that there are many ways of death by which a person is considered a ‘martyr’, person who drowns, a person who dies defending his properties, a person who dies in an earthquake, all those are considered as such.

So please, just because Muslims consider Bin Laden as a martyr does not mean they condone or sympathize with his acts.

ahehe
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I still stand by my belief that the 9/11 event was an inside job.

May the souls of the innocent Iraqis haunt them Americans. Weapons of mass destruction? Where the fuck are they?

Daido Katsumi
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You can’t find them. But there is another reason why it happened: to oust Saddam. The mass graves are a proof of it.

Trosp
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@ ahehe

9/11 an inside job? Without even giving us a clue?

Are also a kool-aid drinker?

Frank
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Something tells me though that the news of Osama’s death can only harbor more ill feelings towards Americans from people who don’t really believe that Osama is guilty of instructing his followers to fly airplanes into the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on the 11th of September 2001. … The same people probably believe that the British royal family ordered the late Princess Diana’s death or that Elvis is still alive. As expected, the Twoof Brigades have marched into the comment fields. Honestly, the tragedy of 9/11 was exploited to lead to Bush’s wars, the “extraordinary rendition,” waterboarding, etc. That… Read more »
Joe America
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Actually, Frank. Dick Cheyney commended Obama’s staff on the result. I was shocked to see that kind of character from the man. As have all Republicans that I know of. And that clown Trump looks very wee small at this point. Now about that jobless rate, which we know Obama brought on when he had the audacity to save the world from its free form Bushie crash . . .

Frank
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Sandiya
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I like how the American Intelligence operate. They make use of the Muslim or Islamic holy book to manipulate the faithful soldiers of their Muslim and Islamic religion in disreputing their own religion to the world. They should target the vatican too because they have more money there than the whole GDP of all muslim and islamic countries. Not only will this solve future wars, but also help the humans evolve further into the universe. Heil America!

Joe America
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Yes, we are indeed out to squash and rob you incapables . . . That is our main goal in life, and why so many Americans are buried in France and Italy and Germany and . . . oh yes, the Philippines . . .

Hyden Toro
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It is the Muslim Radical Jihadists, who attacked America…thinking that; if they attack America…financial collasp will start in the world…
America fought many wars…and they learn fom every war…to innovate and to produce better: strategies, equipment and fighting men…Those Jihadists who are in delusion to have a World Caliphate, got what they are looking for…
The killing of Usama Bin Laden is the Turning Point on the War on Terror. A treasure throve of intelligence materials and documents were captured by the U.S. Navy Seals in the Bin laden residence…Al Queda is now finished…

Hyden Toro
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The Al Queda BlogSite Network has already announced that Usama Bin Laden was killed by U.S. Navy SEALS, Team 6…His five wives are now under Pakistani cusrody…His captured documents showed: he is planning; train and rails attacks, in New York; Chicago and Washington…The Al Queda Network is on the run…Many computers, computer discs, computer CD records are captured…they are now being examined and evaluated by U.S./C.I.A. This is a gross embarassment of Pakistan.
A Terrorist residing under your nose…it’s no wonder you cannot find him…or are they really trying?

Ron
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@Toro Can’t find? That’s because he was never there. They use the “Mission” as a boost for Obama’s ratings and they used Pakistan as a “Straw-man” to take the blame for the not seeing of Bin Laden in the area so people would know that Pakistan is incompetent. Why would “Bin Laden”(If he were true) put up a house at the middle of the freaking city full of military bases? And if he were there, why did none of his supporters came to visit him or even saw him in the area? It’s really odd. Here’s the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lW7OywJlT8o&feature=player_embedded This… Read more »
Edward
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I’ve been going through the net and analyzing these incidents that happened, these are the questions that is really bothering me: 1. Why did America killed Osama Bin Laden? I mean think about it, in the rules of war, the best way to defeat your enemies is to learn from them. Why would you kill Bin Landen when you can take him alive and learn from him so we can know in advance how terrorists move? If Bin Laden really is the mastermind on the 9/11 attack then he must be one smart guy, learning from him can save millions… Read more »
Joe America
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Edward, the answers to questions 1, 2 and 3: Justice. All the rest you conjure up in your imagination is fiction.

The US is not conquering the world. China is. The Philippines is not, I might add. So you can be proud of that humble notion. No money. No power. These things are bad in your eyes, right?

Edward
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Killing=Justice? That’s the wrong message. Where’s the justice in that?

They caught Saddam before but did not kill him but brought him to justice. Now that’s fair. This is madness already.

Ron
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Hmmm…I don’t know but Edward might have a point there. China is conquering the world, yes, but only in money which only leads to more reason to go to the middle east by the US.

That could also be the reason why the US want the middle east so they could outrun China.

Sandiya
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I agree its justice. Justice for the evolution of humans through globalization by which justice of democrazy can achieve. Dictators oppose democrazy. They are a bunch of crackheads who fear diplomatic negotiations because they know they are mentally weak compare to leaders of democrazy. Dictators shall be exterminated, thereby, democrazy can systemize and tolerate formal negotiations and communication for global understanding and future of humanity. America must target the system of churches next especially of Christianity and of Roman Catholic. People in these churches are a wretch to humanity with their dictatorial and unquestionable faith system. Such systems instill unreal… Read more »
Ron
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Justice? You go half way across the world and burn a lot of freaking money for Justice?! I didn’t even knew US do charity these days.

It’s common sense. They march all their army their because they want something much more.

Justice is only their propaganda.

I mean what idiot would march half way across the world and expect nothing back in return?

Sandiya
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How is it Justice? Getting rid of human rights abuser dictators by force and replace them by a democratic system, which the world honors as the best form of government. What is the product of putting a democratic system? US can apply their superior intelligence to negotiate and bargain their nation’s interest more money from the stupid countries. Why should US attack all dictators? It is without a doubt justice while its by-product being a democratic system that the US can intellectually regulate and bargain to their favor valued sources, usually for profit, from those countries, therefore, a win –… Read more »
Joe America
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Edward,

So if he killed you wife and children, or mother and father, no problem for you on that?

Edward
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Hmm… Let me see? What would his death bring to me? Nothing. If he kills my family, it’s already gone. Why would I want to chase him? What could I exactly want from him that would bring those people back? FYI I already lost a sister in the past. She was 20 when she died. It hurts, yes, but I never thought of revenge or hate. Why would I? To make myself feel good? At first I would feel it, but then again I cannot gain anything from it except more hate. I cannot bring my sister back by killing… Read more »
Joe America
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Edward, you have an admirable ability to rationalize anger and hurt away. Biblical, I suppose, turning the other cheek. I think differently, as some vermin are not worth an iota of compassion. And in this case, there is the practical matter of how do you prevent bin Laden from becoming a martyr for the wild-eyed crazies. I have no idea of the situation in the ground, the orders given, or why he was shot instead of taken alive. And I will spend about zero time second guessing it.

Ron
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@Ilda

It’s the US plan. They faked the death of Bin Laden so they could cut back the funds at Pakistan and boost Obama’s rating.

Truth is Bin Laden is dead 9 years ago. He died of lung complications. He is a CIA asset and the Al-Qaeda is an enemy created by the CIA.

His real name is “Tim Osman” you should google that name and you’ll know what I’m talking about. This 9/11 attack was a hoax for a long time. Edward was right all along.

Ron
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@Ilda

Just say the word and I’ll even give you a link with an interview with a man more credible than all the articles you’ve just read. And I wish you spread the link I will give you.

He met Osama Bin Laden thrice and even work with him during his missions and he will prove that America is making us idiots. He will prove that the “war on terror” is a one big hoax.

I’m tired of people calling Filipinos idiots, I’m not. They may fool the world but not me.

Joseph
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very well said. I agree with you. 9/11 was there excuse to fully execute their plan to invade Afghanistan.

Joseph
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for all your questions,a documentary film by the Zeitgeist Movement tittled “Zeitgeist: Addendum” has answers. here is a link you can watch the film

Ron
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Yes I agree with Edward. If your sense of justice is to kill, what makes you different from the one you kill? If Bin Laden was a murderer then the US is also a murderer. I may be an atheist but I still maintain my respect to other religions. If I call them “stupid” or “idiots” because they believe in a “God” then what makes me any different from them? I’d be just like the religious guys. I want to be different and so I maintain my virtues. Same thing in the case of Bin Laden, he may be a… Read more »
Trosp
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Ron: “Yes I agree with Edward. If your sense of justice is to kill, what makes you different from the one you kill? If Bin Laden was a murderer then the US is also a murderer.”

It’s even in the old testament. Justice – an eye for an eye…

I would kill anybody who will murder any of my love ones.

Ron
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What? I’m not proud man because whatever the US did will affect us because we’re one of their allies. If the terrorists kill Americans, they’ll also kill us.

Granting they are not conquering the world still everybody knows they want oil.

When they won WWI that incident created Adolf Hitler. They may have called that justice but it created a monster.

Joe America
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I think your dots don’t connect well at all. The US buys its oil. If it wanted to conquer to do that it could have commanded the market long ago. You have a rather sick view of cause and effect, as if Hitler had no responsibility for being Hitler.

Oh, right. That is the old Filipino blame/denial game, anything but point the responsibility where it properly resides. And the US is such a big fat ole envy target for y’all . . .

Ron
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Dosen’t matter if it connects, majority knows already anyway that’s it’s oil. And mine is only a hunch not a fact.

Trosp
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BTW, Ron, do you have any idea on how much oil US is importing and from where they are importing it?

Hyden Toro
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Speculation will always be there; to titilate your imagination. You will find news that: Usama Bin Laden is around the corner, very much alive…like the Elvis Presley sightings…absurd news sells magazines and newspapers… Whatever you believe; I’m glad the War on Terror is finally winding down…it is the Turning Point, on the War on Terror. Some religious-induced , self proclaimed Jihadists may take his place…However, they will not have an impact anymore…the U.S Special Forces, are getting: better trained people, with better equipment; and better human intelligence. With those treasure throves of intelligence materials and documents captured by the U.S.… Read more »
Joe America
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Given the space cadet comments here, I see why the Philippines has a hard time nailing down a place for itself as a modern, clean productive society. You can’t function when you are so detached from reality that you believe superstition to be truth.

Ron
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Detached? Maybe it’s the other way around. The US is playing us. Why would I say something I have no evidence? What am I an idiot? Of course I have evidence. A lot of evidence. I was just waiting for you to tell me what you’re saying right now.

Here’s one: http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,41576,00.html

Osama Bin Laden died on 2001.

Here’s another one: http://edition.cnn.com/2002/WORLD/asiapcf/south/01/18/gen.musharraf.binladen/

That’s from CNN. I’ve got lots more from reuters to interviews from a former CIA psych-ops.

Dude, no disrespect but your country is playing us for idiots.

benign0
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To be fair though, as Obi Wan Kenobi say: Who’s the bigger fool, the fool, or the one who follows him?

Trosp
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Ron your link on FoxNews says this:

“Usama bin Laden has died a peaceful death due to an untreated lung complication, the Pakistan Observer reported, citing a Taliban leader who allegedly attended the funeral of the Al Qaeda leader.”

Have you read the news completely or just its title?

Read again your second link. Try to exercise your comprehension.

By that, we can do away with idiot name calling.

Ron
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@Trosp

I’ve read it lots of times. Point is, I’m only giving you some of the evidence but I can give you more. I expect people to say that to me, I know they’re skeptical about everything so to seal the deal, I collected not two but a lot more.

Trosp
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Ron: “@Trosp, I’ve read it lots of times. Point is, I’m only giving you some of the evidence but I can give you more. I expect people to say that to me, I know they’re skeptical about everything so to seal the deal, I collected not two but a lot more.”

I say bring them on. I guarantee you I can match them twice as much.

Sometimes, one has to distinguish the difference between truth and ideology.

Ron
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@Trosp

Ok, your call. Give me some. I already gave you two.

Trosp
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@Ron

The two you’ve given were useless. Or maybe they’re the best you have.

Try something which does not sound like urban legend.

But then, what can I do. You don’t even fit the ideolouge type.

It’s obvious that you’re just a troll. It’s obvious that you are feeding us sources which you didn’t know anything about.

Ron
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@Trosp

Ow are you taunting me? It’s not going to work. You’re trying to play my emotions against me. If my articles are useless then prove it, give me an article that can debunked my articles.

I give you give, it’s that simple. If not then you’re the one who’s lying because you never gave anything. You just labelled my articles as “useless” and concluded without citing any articles of your own.

Trosp
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@Ron Taunting you will never come into my mind. You don’t deserve that. I do, however, can conveniently present to the commenters and readers here that you’re just a troll based on your two links: Foxnews link – “Report: Bin Laden Already Dead” Haven’t you thought why it not just titled “Bin Laden Already Dead”? Beyond your comprehension heh? (BTW, can you really comprehend?) And in that news, it was mentioned that the source was the “Pakistan Observer”. Don’t you want to be credible if you just click your mouse some more for the Pakistan Observer first hand information? (Nah,… Read more »
Ron
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@Trosp

Nope. I give you give. Label me as much as you want.

Rules of war says: Rushing is the biggest mistake anyone would make.

Why would I give my “ace-in-the-whole” cards now? I’d be stupid to do that. I want to see yours first, that is if you have any.

Otherwise, you’re all talk and no proof.

Trosp
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Ron, I have posted a comment EARLIER in this post about the debunking of the truther’s claim on what really happened in 9/11. Just tell me what are the claims that that link have not answered. I can guarantee you that if you’re just an objective person, it has debunked all the false claims of the truthers like you. Heh, you even have an ace in the hole. card. What’s that? You’re just making yourself to look stupid. http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/military/news/1227842 Snippet: “Melted” Steel Claim: “We have been lied to,” announces the Web site AttackOnAmerica.net. “The first lie was that the load… Read more »
Ron
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@Trosp Now you’re using deviation as a tactic and go on details to confuse people. What old school. Sigh, we’re talking about Bin Laden here and if the 9/11 is conducted by the US, and you talk about technical none-sense that is not even relevant to the subject. I’m looking for proof if Bin Laden really died on May 1st and you deviate by giving me 9/11 technical BS that even aliens from Star Trek could not even understand. What do I care about Thermodynamics? Do you honestly think that everyone you talk to is an engineer? I’m a common… Read more »
Trosp
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@Ron He he he, I’ve bunched you with the other truther in this post because you made this claim earlier on this blog “this 9/11 attack was a hoax for a long time. Edward was right all along.” For your youtube which is titled “CIA Chief Panetta: Obama Made ‘Gutsy’ Decision on Bin Laden Raid” pertains to this one – Washington Post May 9 Obama’s national security team was sharply divided over Osama bin Laden raid (Snippet) “President Obama faced sharply divided counsel and, to his mind, barely better-than-even odds of success when he ordered the commando raid last week… Read more »
Ron
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@Trosp

What the hell are you saying? Cross- examining me? This is not a court room.

Edward said that not me. Sigh!

Oh great I’m talking to B1 where’s B2?

Edward = Me = not me

He may have a point, I said, but do not agree with everything he says.

Ok stop with your diverting tactic. It’s pathetic really. You’re not making sense. We’re not in a court room for crying out loud.

Edward
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@Trosp

Pwede ba wag niyo ako sama diyan sa laban niyo Trosp. Halata naman ikaw nag papaikot ng situation, kunwari ka pa. Puro ka lang salita, wala naman patunay. Hindi naman court to.

Ok lang naman hindi siya mag-agree sa akin. Tao ako minsan nagkakamali. Palibhasa kita mo sa sarili mo laging tama.

Trosp
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@Ron (I captured your last posted comment with my comment in parenthesis.) * What the hell are you saying? Cross- examining me? This is not a court room. (Where is it in my comment that I’ve cross-examined you? But then you might be correct if we go by this definition of cross-examination from online dictionary – cross-examine vb (tr)1. (Law) Law to examine (a witness for the opposing side), as in attempting to discredit his testimony) * Edward said that not me. Sigh! Oh great I’m talking to B1 where’s B2? Edward = Me = not me He may have… Read more »
Edward
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@Trosp

Guys, please stop this ok. Walang mangyayari kung puro ego lang pinapairal niyo ok.

Ganito na lang, let’s just see what happens in the future ok? If either one of you are wrong or right then just say “I apologize” and I’ll do that too. If I’m wrong in the future then I’m sorry Trosp.

Trosp
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One has to stay classy when commenting in a blog.

Mayroong iba dyan na ang style ay yung kung tawagin nila ay “tirang bukid”.

No offense intended to the farmers.

Trosp
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Ilda: “I am a bit wary about the excessive celebrations a lot of Americans are throwing at the moment following the official announcement that Osama Bin Laden is dead.”

Let us see also on how the muslim world reacted when 9/11 happened. Try also to see how this same muslim world reacted when a family of five Israelies were murdered by a Palestinian loony.

Would what the Americans were doing too much for a celebration of a demise of an evil man?

Joe America
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Ron,the problem is that when people believe in what I call a superstition, or fiction, it can grow to become an ideology, and from that, a set of actions like those undertaken by terrorists, who believe to the depth of their soul that innocent Americans (and international citizens), like those working in the World Trade Center buildings, are somehow in cahoots with the devil. To me, you sound closer to Osama bin Laden in moral fiber than to a society that believes in truth and honor. Is the American way flawed? Of course. But it does no good to misrepresent… Read more »
Ron
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Oh no, I know the truth very well. I know that for 30 years the US has not been hit by anything then suddenly a plane crashed? Huh? They have AA Missiles all over their country with sophisticated technology in airline security technology and still a terrorist with a gun came through? That’s odd? When they came to see the black box, it was gone? Again, that’s odd. Here’s the very odd part, when Obama’s rating came down poof, Bin Laden was announced dead. Isn’t obvious that Obama has nothing to offer so to boost his rating was to create… Read more »
Koko
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Hi Ilda, allow me to offer this observation that resons behind radicalization in the Islamic world had been mostly because of the Palestinian conflict. Imagine in 1967, maruading Muslim students nearly caught up with the Israeli Ambassador in Manila, he could have been badly hurt or even killed. All the rest including ours in Mindanao more or less evolved from all those ‘injustices’ while true, we have gotten rid of the Berlin wall only to materialize in Israel, and then the blockade of Gaza. Now the Mid East is in turmoil, the crazy part is we just can’t tell what… Read more »
Koko
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On the whole, the shorter abbreviated pathway reach up, remove radicalism out of Muslims worldwide is to solve the Palestinian problem, I am very certain of this Ilda. God help us…

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