‘This is a great day to be an American’

People celebrate in the streets at Ground Zero, the site of the World Trade Centre, waving American flags and honking horns to celebrate the death of al Qaeda founder and leader Osama bin Laden on May 1 in New York City.
photo: People celebrate in the streets at Ground Zero, the site of the World Trade Centre, waving American flags and honking horns to celebrate the death of al Qaeda founder and leader Osama bin Laden on May 1 in New York City.

Osama bin Laden was not wanted  by the FBI for any connection to 9/11....what are they celebrating at ground zero??  Don't ask questions! Their enemy Arab is dead and their friend, Israel is paid. Regularly. Sweet!
Osama bin Laden status is updated on the FBI site. bin-Laden is officially "deceased".
http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/wanted_terrorists/usama-bin-laden


3 comments:

  1. I don't think the party carried much weight past NYC and DC.

    Wonder how they figured this out?

    The compound was three stories tall but had few windows facing outside. It appeared to be worth at least $1 million, but had no telephone or Internet connections to the outside world. It had 12-to-18-foot security walls topped by barbed wire, and occasional plumes of smoke where the residents burned trash that they dare not place outside like other neighbors for trucks to haul away.


    Barbed wire.

    Custom built with few windows.

    No internet connection nor even a phone! (all nearby houses did have phone service, this was - and is - a plush suburb).

    Trash was burned.

    Every Pakistani living in the 50 mile radius knew that there was something strange with that setup.

    This was located north of Islamabad, population of 800,500.

    Not a small town, in fact, this is the capital city of the country.

    This whole building just screams "Douchy James Bond villain hides here!".

    Incidentally, lets look at the neighborhood where Osama was, er, hiding.

    http://americangoy.blogspot.com/

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  2. Heck does this mean I have to think?

    TY for your comment regarding Jonathan Azaziah. He is absolutely something else... he is a rich mix of Middle Eastern cultures, Palestinian and Iraqi included, raised in America.

    His site Mask of Zion is a MUST read for serious seekers, his analyses are always eye openers and he pulls everything together from sources you never imagine.

    Plus he writes poetry to stir the soul. Oh yeah, and he is cuter than the proverbial button but I doubt that he considers, I, as a woman, however, cannot fail to notice such things.... ahhhh to be 40 years younger.....

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  3. thanks for the link Mick,
    Thanks for the comments Noor and Mick:-)

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