quick question on bin laden Watch

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i don't do politics. all i know is that he threw a few planes into the twin towers and blew up some buses in london. i'm pretty convinced i was on the 30 bus before some muslim decided to blow himself into smithereens in 2007.

will this happen again? or are these terrorist bombers going to target the states instead? seriously..
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Nothing will ever happen again. Ever.
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ever ever.
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Never ever.
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ever?
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I hope it does, teach America and this country a lesson to never mess with terrorism. Also it would send some message to the troops to get out of my country afghanistan
as much as i wanted a serious answer, why did you break the never ever chain?
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as much as i wanted a serious answer, why did you break the never ever chain?
because i want the troops to stop occupying my home country, they dont have a right to be there
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Americans need someone to be 'the enemy'.

It helps them keep their minds off issues like education and healthcare.

For a while, it was the Chinese, then it was the Irish, then it was black people.

Osama was just the latest target.

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because i want the troops to stop occupying my home country, they dont have a right to be there
you don't even live there
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because i want the troops to stop occupying my home country, they dont have a right to be there
You do realise Bin Laden killed Muslims yes? Basically anybody that wasn't an extremist was fair game to him? Are you an extremist?
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thanks for the neg rep btw, you do realise the logic why osama became a terrorist yes? America betrayed him, and he only did what was right on 2001.

America did not betray him. A handful of Americans did. All the people who lost their lives in attacks such as 9/11 and 7/7 had no qualms with Bin Laden personally or Al Qaeda, they were noncombatants living their lives.

You didn't answer my question. If you're not an Extremist then Bin Laden would have happily put a round through your head as well.
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I hope it does, teach America and this country a lesson to never mess with terrorism. Also it would send some message to the troops to get out of my country afghanistan
Long live the Taleban!

Also, I'm amused by the irony that you seek refuge here.
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Long live the Taleban!

Also, I'm amused by the irony that you seek refuge here.
Bahahahahahah, was born here mate but whatever
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thanks for the neg rep btw, you do realise the logic why osama became a terrorist yes? America betrayed him, and he only did what was right on 2001.
If you believe that then you are truly a fool.
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Americans need someone to be 'the enemy'.

It helps them keep their minds off issues like education and healthcare.

For a while, it was the Chinese, then it was the Irish, then it was black people.

Osama was just the latest target.

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my american history sucks
why did they hate the irish?
whats wrong with us? :eek:
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Even if he's dead, unfortunately there are many people like him.
One thing to note though, is that it wasn't just the Western countries that were suffering from him but in fact most of the sufferes were the Muslims.
I give one example, since it's where I come from, Algeria suffered for 10 years because of him and his followers, ~ 200 000 people were killed during that period.
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(Original post by SchadenfreudeDude)
Americans need someone to be 'the enemy'.

It helps them keep their minds off issues like education and healthcare.

For a while, it was the Chinese, then it was the Irish, then it was black people.

Osama was just the latest target.

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who's next? rabbits? RABBITS! SOMEONE SAVE THE RABBITSSSSSSSSSSS
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thanks for the neg rep btw, you do realise the logic why osama became a terrorist yes? America betrayed him, and he only did what was right on 2001.
Yep, i'm sure those 3000 people all betrayed him.

What a silly guy you are
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my american history sucks
why did they hate the irish?
whats wrong with us? :eek:
For the same reasons they hated the Chinese and Mexicans, to an extent. The Irish moved in and took a large number of jobs from Americans. Usually because they were willing to work for less.

There's nothing wrong with you, though! You guys are awesome!
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because i want the troops to stop occupying my home country, they dont have a right to be there
They have permission from the United Nations and the Afghan government. If you have a problem with that, well tough, go and complain at the Taliban for sheltering Al Qaeda.

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thanks for the neg rep btw, you do realise the logic why osama became a terrorist yes? America betrayed him, and he only did what was right on 2001.
America didn't betray him. He was pissed at America for stationing troops in Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War, which they did at the request of the Saudi government to protect the damn country from Iraq. How exactly is that betraying him? Did they have an agreement that America would not protect his homeland from invasion?
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