Usama bin Laden; Profile of a Coward

Posted by politicalpartypooper on May 6, 2011

He’s dead.  Enough said.

Except for this.  Osama Bin Laden lived in a well stocked “compound” (that’s military for “mansion”) for the last five years of his life, sipping on Coke and Pepsi, whiling away his time on what I am sure was state of the art computer equipment.

While he sent men, women, and boys to die for God and the cause, he smoked pot (marijuana plants were found growing right near the wall of his compound).  While thousands of his devoted followers lived in poverty, Bin Laden was wallowing in privileged seclusion, in his own little gated community.  He asked his followers to live in caves and in the open fields, and all the time, the closest he got to roughing it was living without a phone line, which in my house would be considered a blessing.

Usama bin Laden was a hypocrite, a coward, and a charlatan.  He posed for the world as a holy man, but he was nothing more than a con man, swindling thousands out of hard-earned money, time, and even their lives.

I suspected that this was the case for years.  He hid for more than a decade while he sent young boys out to die fruitlessly against the strongest army this world has ever known.  There are claims that we had him pinned down at Tora Bora, but I’m guessing bin Laden was never there.  It just wasn’t his style.  I know we see all sorts of videos of him aiming guns and walking, but in those videos he’s always dressed differently than everyone else around him, and I’ve yet to see video of him actually conversing with a person.  He liked to preach, but you never see him smiling at a joke or just talking with a friend.  All we see are images of bin Laden holding court.

Court is adjourned, Mr. bin Laden.  You’ve been convicted, and your punishment is death.

Even now, there is a rumor that he shoved his wife at the SEAL who killed him in an effort to make her take his bullet.  I’m not sure if that rumor is true, but it would fit bin Laden’s profile.

The profile of a coward.


2 Responses to “Usama bin Laden; Profile of a Coward”

  1. An extremely informative site even better discovered sites besides the ones I wrote comparing bin Laden to Charles Manson for all you youngsters who never heard of him, Charles Manson tried to impose what he called Helter Skelter on the world, a total race war and out of the ruins from “A harsh winter a beautiful spring would emerge and a million flowers bloom.”

    However the sites that convinced has followers to stop committing murder-suicide, are the sites that condemn Obama for murdering a helpless old man, in cold blood, destroying bin Laden’s supporters image of bin Laden as a Rambo character.

    Dennis Kucinich and Norm Chomsky are inadvertently destroying bin Ladan’s support far ‘more than the CIA is intentionally doing but they also rendered themselves impotent in stopping the Afghan War even though Americans overwhelmingly believe there is no good reason the stay there,
    Please see,
    Small is Beautiful Afghan Peace Steps
    if end finally ends up posting.

  2. Dear PPP:

    I don’t think we should let the matter of supposedly being uncivil or worse, for cheering bin Laden not dying with the murder-suicide script he required of others,

    Archbishop Tutu who I admire greatly as the one person who actually managed to finish the kind of work that Gandhi and Martin Luther King started, condemned the celebrating, But had no problem screaming around in South African Green, when South Africa won the Soccer Cup,

    Some Muslims were more elected than the American 9/11 victims,

    Unfortunately I still have computer literacy problems. I wish I knew how to change my link ID from Victory-over-bin-Laden-belonged-to

    Thousands of people bowing their heads for the departed is for the birds, though birds know better. At the end of the World Wars people cheered even though some drunken sailors ending up in fist fights. If that happened near 9/11 some would say America must express shame for this forever.

    I like old fashioned contact
    Unfortunate you don’t live in Philadelphia
    Richard Kane

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