posted on Mar, 7 2003 @ 02:07 AM
Thank you for you steady and reasonable reasoning. I thought I would have to take on this one by myself considering the mumbo jumbo above. Your idea
of using him in court is prime. That man knows more than most people do about all sorts of things. He should become our pawn, cause he used to be one
anyway right? He probably knows more than this government is willing to admit, if you know what I mean. Although, when given the chance in the past to
bring down others he hasn't.
For example, when he speaks on those tapes that make it to Qatar, he could just simply put the United States in there place by exposing their crimes
against humanity and peace. Then again, a man like Bin Laden doesn't want to accept American ideals and has no interest to convince us, the American
people of our crimes. Not to mention, he probably knows no 'real American' would believe him anyway, right? Personally, I will believe anything
that will come out of his mouth as long as it isn't something about how Muhammed would want us to live. You see, if one compares the Muhammed that
Bin Laden talks about and the Muhammed Muslims and Christians talk about, you will see a stark contrast. In most creditable sources you will hear that
Muhammed was a peace seeking preacher, not a vengeful, war-mongering crusader like the Bush virus. It's Bin Laden who makes the Muslim code of law
the evil "Great Satan". For that personification deplores women, children, love, and knowledge. Those things, love, women, children, and knowledge
are essentail. Those things, especially love and knowledge are the most important things to me in my life.
Anyway I went off in a maze of my thoughts and emotion once again, I will try to curb that activity when making points I need to make. I was trying
to point out Bin Laden's importance and I got mixed up in passion, sorry.
Ok, he being an asset to our investigation into terror, is extremely dependent on his cooperation. That cooperation cannot be assured and it is
well know that he is likely not to cooperate because of his hate for our government, which is understood. Nonetheless, this whole issue is going to be
very controversial anyway. I think it is in 'National Security Interest' to keep this one from getting lose and into the minds of others, like the
American people. I think they fear his power and ability to implicate. I think that our government will do almost anything to make sure he is either
dead on arrival or quickly sent to military court and never heard from or talked about again. You watch, if it happens, if he is caught, we won't be
able to probe into his mind. We won't be able to see his eyes and hear his lies. We will be denied the right to get to know our worst enemy. Imagine
that, we American's being denied the right to judge, gee it just doesn't add up. You See?