Bin Laden got mash up
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#2

Eek
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#3

But who's the new enemy then? Gaddafi?
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#4

rubbish.
Chin didnt hitler die on the 1st of may also...?

http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates...571497.stm
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#5

All the Evil is now gone. The world will be so peacefull. I`m sure AlQaeda won`t be even slightly pissed off at loads of people, Chanting U.S.A and holding up banners saying Obarma 1 Ossama 0 Roll

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0372588/ Springs to mind.

(no offence to the US Subverts, I just think theres ways and means of going about such matters)
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#6

davetrax Wrote:(no offence to the US Subverts, I just think theres ways and means of going about such matters)

Like take him to the international court of justice in den hauge and spend a couple hundred million euros to find him guilty?
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#7

I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy. Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.

Martin Luther King, Jr.
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#8

^ hear, hear. sums up what i've been trying to say all day.
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#9

Great link someone just posted on fb

http://joequinn.net/2011/05/02/bin-laden...bin-laden/
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#10

pressure Wrote:
davetrax Wrote:(no offence to the US Subverts, I just think theres ways and means of going about such matters)

Like take him to the international court of justice in den hauge and spend a couple hundred million euros to find him guilty?

No i wasnt suggesting that. I just think chanting USA, doing all the high fiving shite and having the aforementioned banners (scenes from Ground Zero on BBC) is just liking spitting in the face of an obviously very dangerous organisation. I totally get why some people are happy to see him `get what he deserved` ect but after all, he is only the face of a very large organisation. Its not going to be the end..
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cordani Wrote:I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy. Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

says it all!!!
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#12

cordani Wrote:I mourn the loss of thousands of precious lives, but I will not rejoice in the death of one, not even an enemy. Returning hate for hate multiplies hate, adding deeper darkness to a night already devoid of stars. Darkness cannot drive out darkness: only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate: only love can do that.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Applause

Beautiful quote sir
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#13

Of course, anyone accused of terrorism should be executed without trial in a secret mission in a foreign country. Thats what justice is all about.
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droid Wrote:Of course, anyone accused of terrorism should be executed without trial in a secret mission in a foreign country. Thats what justice is all about.

a fair point

although "accused" isn't really applicable here
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Statto Wrote:
droid Wrote:Of course, anyone accused of terrorism should be executed without trial in a secret mission in a foreign country. Thats what justice is all about.

a fair point

although "accused" isn't really applicable here

Well, the Taliban offered to hand him over after for trial 9/11 if the US provided evidence of his involvement - we know what happened there.

In my mind he was quite clearly a terrorist, but then again there's a sizable portion of the world who would say the same about Cameron, Bush, Blair, Obama, Netanyahu... many of NATO's current acts in Libya amount to terrorism. The definition is often qualified by the justification for the acts, and Bin Laden could probably have made as good an argument as most of the aforementioned.

Of course he would never have gone to trial. It would've been embarrassing to the US and its allies and become a platform for anti-western sentiment and argument, and a rallying point for new and existing supporters, not to mention that the US doesn't really recognise the international court of justice anyway.
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droid Wrote:Well, the Taliban offered to hand him over after for trial 9/11 if the US provided evidence of his involvement - we know what happened there.

Sure. But later he claimed responsibility himself.

droid Wrote:In my mind he was quite clearly a terrorist, but then again there's a sizable portion of the world who would say the same about Cameron, Bush, Blair, Obama, Netanyahu... many of NATO's current acts in Libya amount to terrorism. The definition is often qualified by the justification for the acts, and Bin Laden could probably have made as good an argument as most of the aforementioned.

Quite so.
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Statto Wrote:
droid Wrote:Well, the Taliban offered to hand him over after for trial 9/11 if the US provided evidence of his involvement - we know what happened there.

Sure. But later he claimed responsibility himself.

But how credible is that claim? Not in the truther sense, but in regard to how much he was personally involved.
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droid Wrote:But how credible is that claim? Not in the truther sense, but in regard to how much he was personally involved.

The FBI claim to have evidence he was involved. Bin Laden said he was involved. As to the actual truth, who knows.
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It is important, Korsgaard says, "not to confuse the desire for retribution with the desire to defeat an enemy. But because terrorism partakes of both crime and war, it is perfectly natural, and perhaps legitimate, to have both of these attitudes towards Osama bin Laden: to think that we had to disable him, and to think that he deserved to die."

The two sentiments should be kept apart, she says. "If we have any feeling of victory or triumph in the case, it should be because we have succeeded in disabling him — not because he is dead."

http://www.npr.org/2011/05/03/135927693/...c=fb&cc=fp
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#20

I find this whole buried at sea within 24 hours pretty suspect

By all accounts Bin Laden was a very ill man

I'm starting to doubt the entire thing
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Ornette Wrote:By all accounts Bin Laden was a very ill man

And also very tall. I didn't realise he was 6ft 4"!

I agree with what Trax said regarding some of the celebrations happening in the States. It isn't what I was expecting to see although I can understand the folk in NYC have reason to cheer. I suppose we'd just be incredibly British about it here.

End of an era.
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#22

The americans were always going to get him at some point.
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#23

So, just to summarise. The US undertook a special forces operation on the soil of an ally without informing them, invaded a house where children were staying and executed an unarmed man in his bed whilst killing his son and wounding his wife.

Im pretty certain theres quite a few serious violations of international and US/Pakistani domestic law there. Luckily they're the good guys.

Whats to stop them doing the same in the UK?
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#24

Quote:For 10 years, Osama bin Laden filled a gap left by the Soviet Union. Who will be the baddie now?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/...ion-baddie
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droid Wrote:Whats to stop them doing the same in the UK?

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