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Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden dead - Obama

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1 Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden dead - Obama on Mon May 02, 2011 9:26 am

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He faced his ultimate fate

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StocksWatch wrote:He faced his ultimate fate

It all over US news broadcast. I am not backing USA but a person killing 1000s innocent people for personal or ideological vendetas ultimately met his fate the same way. Still believe there is a universal force which determines good with the bad ( I know that is subjective) in the long term just like the share market. Wink

Do good and good will come back to you irrespective of cast, creed ,race and religion. A universal truth I still have faith in.

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slstock wrote:
StocksWatch wrote:He faced his ultimate fate

It all over US news broadcast. I am not backing USA but a person killing 1000s innocent people for personal or ideological vendetas ultimately met his fate the same way. Still believe there is a universal force which determines good with the bad ( I know that is subjective) in the long term just like the share market. Wink

Do good and good will come back to you irrespective of cast, creed ,race and religion. A universal truth I still have faith in.


Agreed. You will reap what you sow!

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Good for US dollar , appreciating ..., good for stock markets..

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One down. Two to go! Shocked

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10 Re: Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden dead - Obama on Mon May 02, 2011 10:49 am

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Soundchips wrote:Good for US dollar , appreciating ..., good for stock markets..

More importantly good for mankind...The world should be free from terrorists.

11 Re: Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden dead - Obama on Mon May 02, 2011 10:51 am

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Soundchips wrote:Good for US dollar , appreciating ..., good for stock markets..


i don't think so.
those kind of dramas only limited to south Asian countries .
if the dollar to appreciate by significant margin Bernanke should announce the magic answer we are all waiting for. but no sign yet.

is this the end of al-Qaeda ?

12 Re: Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden dead - Obama on Mon May 02, 2011 11:36 am

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The only good terrorist is a dead terrorist.

But given that the self proclaimed saviors of human rights were involved why wasn't Norway, Miliband and the UN involved in negotiating a safe passage for Osama? Where were all the NGOs who tried to get involved in SL?

key talking points from CNN
1)"a congressional source familiar with the operation said bin Laden was shot in the head"
2)"Three other men were also killed in raid, as was a woman who was being used as a human shield"
3)"Osama bin Laden -- was killed by U.S. forces....along with other family members"

Point to ponder, when we killed our fat pig the US considers it a war crime, yet when they killed their boogy man it's a great victory.
The government should congratulate Obama and then ask him whether the UN gives different countries different guidelines on fighting terrorits?

13 Re: Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden dead - Obama on Mon May 02, 2011 11:42 am

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innam wrote:The only good terrorist is a dead terrorist.

But given that the self proclaimed saviors of human rights were involved why wasn't Norway, Miliband and the UN involved in negotiating a safe passage for Osama? Where were all the NGOs who tried to get involved in SL?

key talking points from CNN
1)"a congressional source familiar with the operation said bin Laden was shot in the head"
2)"Three other men were also killed in raid, as was a woman who was being used as a human shield"
3)"Osama bin Laden -- was killed by U.S. forces....along with other family members"

Point to ponder, when we killed our fat pig the US considers it a war crime, yet when they killed their boogy man it's a great victory.
The government should congratulate Obama and then ask him whether the UN gives different countries different guidelines on fighting terrorits?

Innam,
We all know which countires were behind the SL human right issue over UN Wink

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USA cannot talk much about SL in future. this is another step forward towards world peace and a stability, also for south asia. now USA and SL have concluded simlar achievements.

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ShareShares wrote:USA cannot talk much about SL in future. this is another step forward towards world peace and a stability, also for south asia. now USA and SL have concluded simlar achievements.
Hmm, maybe after this attack USA ,might share SL point of view on terrorism better than before. Wishful positive thinking Smile

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slstock wrote:
ShareShares wrote:USA cannot talk much about SL in future. this is another step forward towards world peace and a stability, also for south asia. now USA and SL have concluded simlar achievements.
Hmm, maybe after this attack USA ,might share SL point of view on terrorism better than before. Wishful positive thinking Smile

so all the previous rumors were true.

Osama bin Laden 'living comfortably in Pakistan' 18 Oct 2010 / telegraph.co.uk
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/pakistan/8070836/Osama-bin-Laden-living-comfortably-in-Pakistan.html

Report: Bin Laden, Zawahiri Hiding in Pakistan -Published October 18, 2010 /| FoxNews.com
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/10/18/report-bin-laden-deputy-hiding-pakistan/

NATO official: Bin Laden, deputy hiding in northwest Pakistan /October 18, 2010|By Barbara Starr, CNN
http://articles.cnn.com/2010-10-18/world/afghanistan.bin.laden_1_tribal-areas-al-qaeda-leadership-chitral?_s=PM:WORLD



giving shelter to a terrorist ?
Pakistan you are in a big big trouble . will india give their support to USA ?

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BINN will be up or down?

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Meta Trader wrote:
slstock wrote:
ShareShares wrote:USA cannot talk much about SL in future. this is another step forward towards world peace and a stability, also for south asia. now USA and SL have concluded simlar achievements.
Hmm, maybe after this attack USA ,might share SL point of view on terrorism better than before. Wishful positive thinking Smile

so all the previous rumors were true.

Osama bin Laden 'living comfortably in Pakistan' 18 Oct 2010 / telegraph.co.uk
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/pakistan/8070836/Osama-bin-Laden-living-comfortably-in-Pakistan.html

Report: Bin Laden, Zawahiri Hiding in Pakistan -Published October 18, 2010 /| FoxNews.com
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/10/18/report-bin-laden-deputy-hiding-pakistan/

NATO official: Bin Laden, deputy hiding in northwest Pakistan /October 18, 2010|By Barbara Starr, CNN
http://articles.cnn.com/2010-10-18/world/afghanistan.bin.laden_1_tribal-areas-al-qaeda-leadership-chitral?_s=PM:WORLD



giving shelter to a terrorist ?
Pakistan you are in a big big trouble . will india give their support to USA ?

This is a self fullfilling prophesy!

US got BIN in another country and then was LAID in Pakistan.
They {US -CIA} pick up fast.
Remember that the head of CIA was sacked by OBAMA a week back.
Do you know why?
There are good reasons for this.



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hybrid_OS wrote:
Meta Trader wrote:
slstock wrote:
ShareShares wrote:USA cannot talk much about SL in future. this is another step forward towards world peace and a stability, also for south asia. now USA and SL have concluded simlar achievements.
Hmm, maybe after this attack USA ,might share SL point of view on terrorism better than before. Wishful positive thinking Smile

so all the previous rumors were true.

Osama bin Laden 'living comfortably in Pakistan' 18 Oct 2010 / telegraph.co.uk
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/pakistan/8070836/Osama-bin-Laden-living-comfortably-in-Pakistan.html

Report: Bin Laden, Zawahiri Hiding in Pakistan -Published October 18, 2010 /| FoxNews.com
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/10/18/report-bin-laden-deputy-hiding-pakistan/

NATO official: Bin Laden, deputy hiding in northwest Pakistan /October 18, 2010|By Barbara Starr, CNN
http://articles.cnn.com/2010-10-18/world/afghanistan.bin.laden_1_tribal-areas-al-qaeda-leadership-chitral?_s=PM:WORLD



giving shelter to a terrorist ?
Pakistan you are in a big big trouble . will india give their support to USA ?

This is a self fullfilling prophesy!

US got BIN in another country and then was LAID in Pakistan.
They {US -CIA} pick up fast.
Remember that the head of CIA was sacked by OBAMA a week back.
Do you know why?
There are good reasons for this.




silent silent silent

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Let's not forget this. This dead man's action was the stepping stone for our victory against terrorism. If he didn't do what he did. USA, Canada and many EU countries would have still allow LTTE terrorists to collect millions and billions of funds and walk freely in their foreign soil (except Norway and a few other terrorist countries.) Because of his actions USA felt the same terror that they helped and nurtur in other countries. If this man didn't do what he did may be we still would have had that cancer growing in our country. Although USA politicians hinder our war against terrorism the USA intelligence and other professional bodies helped us defeat the terrorists by giving us intelligence information. Because of this man many sources of funds for terrorism stopped. So we should pay our respects to this man who showed what suffering is like to the people who thought that they can get away with anything.

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wis wrote:Let's not forget this. This dead man's action was the stepping stone for our victory against terrorism. If he didn't do what he did. USA, Canada and many EU countries would have still allow LTTE terrorists to collect millions and billions of funds and walk freely in their foreign soil (except Norway and a few other terrorist countries.) Because of his actions USA felt the same terror that they helped and nurtur in other countries. If this man didn't do what he did may be we still would have had that cancer growing in our country. Although USA politicians hinder our war against terrorism the USA intelligence and other professional bodies helped us defeat the terrorists by giving us intelligence information. Because of this man many sources of funds for terrorism stopped. So we should pay our respects to this man who showed what suffering is like to the people who thought that they can get away with anything.

There is a valid point in what you say. But don't think this man deserves any respect for what he did.

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Let it put this way. Osama killed 3000 civilians in the WTC attack. In retaliation alone, USA massacred estimated 50,000 Afghan civilians through the merciless aerial bombardment. But Afghanistan had nothing to do with the WTC it was just Osama alleged to be hiding in there. The world lost an outlaw that the tyranny was feared.
We were trained to think that Hitler was evil while the Napolean, Alaxender, Caeser were emperors. Compared to the genocides committed by the Americans against the Natives, Europeans against the Africans, Australians against the Aborigines Hitler was a naughty toddler. But we were trained to think Europeans, Australians and Americans are the good people and anybody against them are evil.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civilian_casualties_of_the_War_in_Afghanistan_%282001%E2%80%93present%29



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23 Re: Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden dead - Obama on Mon May 02, 2011 11:28 pm

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Well Said Wis. You forgot about the more recent Hiroshima and Nagasaki massacre s a civilian casualty of around 250000 combined.

Israel s unchecked massacre on palestine... which still continues to date...

The death toll in the 9 11 attacks were around 3000... whereas the war in Iraq to date have taken the lives of more than 150,000 women and children. and making millions homeless. You wonder dont you... Who the real terrorist is...
And now Libya... Funny thing is... despite all of this they still have us thinking that they are the good guys... i wish people would open there eyes and see things the way they really are.

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americans got something to celebrate after a long long time but they're more vulnerable now. my alert for Sri Lankan tourists and business travelers to other countries: stay away from places that americans and europeans hang in the next few weeks and months.

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