Osama Bin Laden caused thousands of deaths. Why are people saying they aren't happy that he is gone?
A lot of people question his death. Logically, because there are a number of holes in other stories. Do your research.
There are eye witnesses on youtube that state he died several years ago. They say it without batting an eye, like it is a true fact.
Maybe ,the military and or the government thought it was time to use his death as a political tool.
Then the fact that he was already dead would make it impossible to allow an autopsy to be performed on his body.
That would explain dumping his body in the ocean rather than giving it to the family.
Maybe this youtube video has something to do with it.
http://www.youtube.com/v/UnychOXj9Tg&am … ure=player
Because a lot of people are being overly humane to him. Though they didn't seem to do the same for Saddam from what I noticed. Different? Not really. Both dictators in ways who were cruel and caused thousands of deaths.
Because he was killed under Obama's watch and some people would rather defend Osama that admit what Obama did was right.
If it had happened under Bush the same people would have been dancing in the street.
People are inherently good.No matter how bad a person is,he is still a person nonetheless. Entitled to some degree of pity and sympathy. Human nature dictates that we should never be gladdened by someone else's death, especially a gruesome one.
There's always going to be differing sides on issues like these...its never going to be equal
Some people may not want to celebrate murder, regardless whose side is doing the murdering...
I am just afraid of what Osamas followers are going to do to north america now.
Dead now, before or otherwise, he's out of the equation. The only thing we should be doing now is focusing on what is to come and adapting to it.
It is wrong to dance in the streets to celebrate anyones death. It seems that he was executed rather than arrested and taken before the courts.
I do not believe that summary killings, (I can't call it justice) can ever be justified, regardless.
Yes it is human beings that you are talking about, there are as many opinions as there are people. That is not unexpected, yet their feelings cannot change anything right now.
I don't think many ARE saying they aren't happy he's gone (except his followers, I imagine). What they are saying is that the apparent method of his demise leaves a lot of questions to be answered, while others are saying that celebrating ANYONES death is a bit distasteful.
I concur with both of those opinions, but I'm certainly not mourning his death.
by SparklingJewel 8 years ago
a little something sent to me...do you believe it? do you really care? "Every indication clearly points to last Sunday’s raid being a manufactured ploy to return Americans to a state of post-9/11 intellectual castration" Paul Joseph WatsonInfowars.comMay 9, 2011Merely a week after...
by sairakhan 8 years ago
Usama Bin Laden was killed in pakistan and according to U.S official his body was released in Indian ocean at almost 9 pm on sunday.His body is enjoying floating in wide sea.Now on tuesday any one guess where he is ???? I am waiting for your intresting answers.
by Elena 7 years ago
Why does Osama Bin Laden hate America so much?It was announced on the news 24 Jan, that America should expect more attacks. Message from Obama. (I hope it doesn't happen) Why so much hatred?
by conkend14 7 years ago
How long has the United States known where Bin Laden has been hiding?Is it ironic that Barack Obama just so happen to find Osama Bin Laden and kill him when an election will be coming up soon? How long have they known he was in Pakistan and failed to do anything for their own purposes?
by des donnelly 6 years ago
Was the killing of Osama bin Laden a serious violation of international law ?Are people generally of the opinion that the killing of Osama bin Laden was a serious violation of international law in terms of the rules of engagement for asymmetrical war, the theatre of operation of Operation Enduring...
by Vizey 9 years ago
Shall Osama Bin Laden ever be caught.? Is he alive or dead?
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