Omar Bin Laden, Sea Burial Demeaning, Killing ‘Criminal’?

28 May

So, allegedly Bin Laden’s son, Omar, has issued a statement denouncing the al Qaeda leader’s killing as “criminal” and claiming his burial at sea had humiliated the family.

Hey Omar, first, no one cares what you think about how your father died, or how he was buried; and second, when you – or any member of your family – addresses the United States of America the words “criminal” and “humiliating” should not be used. On top of all this, if memory serves, President Bush allowed members of your family to fly out of the U.S. after 9-11, when no one else was allowed to fly, when they should have been held for questioning. Be thankful your father attacked us and not some other country which would have thrown your whole family into prison, or worse. Your father was a coward, a criminal, and a two-bit thug, and he was treated exactly as he deserved to be treated.

Oh, and about you – or your family – thinking about taking legal action against the United States, yeah OK, whatever. Do yourself, and everyone else a favor and shut your pie hole, and go away.

Oh, and you want a clarification of what happened to your dad? OK, here’s a clarification. He was taken out with extreme prejudice by rough men who stand ready to do violence so their fellow Americans can sleep peaceably in their beds at night. He took a number of bullets, including at least one to the head, while hiding behind one of his wives; then his body was dropped into the deepest abyss, where it was crushed by extreme pressure into a mass of goo, which was then fed upon by multiple types of sea life.

Sic semper tyrannis – thus always to tyrants, and to thugs like your father. George W. Bush may have taken his eye off the ball and allowed him to escape, but Barrack Obama did not.


Posted by on May 28, 2011 in War on Terror



2 responses to “Omar Bin Laden, Sea Burial Demeaning, Killing ‘Criminal’?

  1. Jeremy

    May 28, 2011 at 20:44

    Honestly, a part of me respects Omar… He broke away from his father and openly opposed his dad’s policies, he has been a spokesperson for peace – and unlike his father, he seeks to resolve his differences with the USA through peaceful and legal means… He has also publicly told Bin Laden supporters not to take violent retribution for Bin Laden’s death…

    He seems to be a good person… After all, Bin Laden is his dad so we can’t really fault him for his concerns as to the manner of his dad’s death and burial — At least he’s doing this all peacefully and through proper legal channels

  2. Elene Posthuma

    May 29, 2011 at 04:36

    Had Bin Laden been killed ten years ago this may well have signalled the death blow for Al-Quaida but the past decade has allowed it to grow independently of its founder so I think this death and the reported death of one of Gaddafi’s sons, will only provoke further terrorist attacks on the West.


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