posted on May, 2 2011 @ 07:24 PM
Whilst I understand that people may be almost instinctively satisfied about the justice being brought to a human being that has ended the lives of
loved ones, I am very sceptical towards Bin Laden being directly responsible for the WTC attacks, especially with his history as a CIA agent.
I'm not suggesting it was a conspiracy by Washington - in my opinion its likely different people carried out the attack and Osama took the blame to
justify the invasion as a result and boost support for the war on terror, focusing on a target or image that was instantly recognisable and associated
with evil and death. I'm not writing al qaeda off as a possibility completely but I believe it's much less likely than other theories.
I think what people are celebrating, through the act of supporting this mans death, is the 'war on terror' that has lasted throughout history since
ancient times and will last for a long time, call it the 'war on terror' in our time or 'the crusades' or even 'colonialism' in the past, its
always the same - we are a race dominated and shaped by war unfortunately. I believe this because it ultimately is rallying support for the failed war
on terror that has cost billions, lost hundreds of thousands of lives and only worsened the situation (such as an increase in recruitment for such
groups upon invasion) as evident by the usual media portrayal of it as a success, similar to bush's "mission accomplished".
This is just my opinion and if you wish to rejoice then so be it, as in a free society all should have freedom of thought and expression, even if
their opinion is opposed to yours - if there was only one accepted norm of opinion and no questions or challenge to it, humanity would become docile x