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Congratulations to the U.S, Navy Seals and the C.I.A

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Salute the Heroes and Heroines

Congratulations to the U.S. Navy Seals

and the C.I.A.

by Samuel E. Warren Jr.

Congratulations to the United States Navy Seals !

Congratulations to the men and women of the Central Intelligence Agency !

Thank you.

One of the most notorious terrorists of the 21st Century now “sleeps with the fishes,” (perhaps, it would be more correct to say, in the fishes, and the marine mammals ) thanks to the combined efforts of the heroes and heroines around the world, through the years, who refused to allow a truly evil man to slither away and escape justice.

Osama bin Laden is where he needs to be – in the belly of a beast – in this case – probably, an hors d’ oeuvre for a shark.

In my opinion, Osama bin Laden got what he deserved – in spades.

Hallelujah ! The Rabid Dog of Global Terrorism has been put down.

To the heroes and heroines around the world ,through the years, in all the nations, who stayed the course, to bring bin Laden to justice – I say, “Thank you.”

Again, to the U.S. Navy Seals and the men and women of the CIA, I say “Thank you” for your devotion, dedication and efficiency.

Seal of the Department of the Navy - United States Navy

Retaliation ?

U.S. Navy Seals insignia

Central Intelligence Agency Seal

No doubt, there are still rabid terrorists out there planning to spread hate and death. Osama bin Laden’s death serves notice that the world is finally ready to go after terrorists to bring them to justice.

There have always been terrorists, who are willing to destroy people and nations for their own twisted goals. By the 1970s, terrorists simply learned “how to work the media” and became too familiar with the “You Bleed, You Lead” news philosophy.

Global governments of the 1970s were publicly dumbfounded to come up with effective responses. The Raid On The Entebee airport was probably one of the most successful responses to terrorism in the 1970s.

By the 1980s, terrorists seems to have a “blank check” to be able to do whatever they pleased, whenever they pleased without anyone or any nation standing up to them. Osama bin Laden’s death proves the citizens and nations of the world will not stand for sadistic, psychopathic thugs to continue to feed their insane murderous lust by engaging in nonstop global killing sprees.

Certainly, some people will look over their shoulders and worry in the coming days about a revenge attack from Al-Qaeda or other whack job terrorists’ groups.

But, the people who should really fear, worry and glance over their shoulders is the terrorist organizations, especially – Al-Qaeda.

Lead Head Dead bin Laden

Osama played his cowardly “rabbit hole “game to escape capture for more than 10 years.

To escape capture, he made himself a “prisoner of paranoia and isolation” to have the “freedom of life “; isn’t that a strange contradiction ?

Despite Osama bin Laden’s predominant paranoia, extensive security precautions, rejection of electronic communications, and his self imposed Middle Ages monastic lifestyle – “he still showed up on the radar.”

Bang !

The End, Scumbag !

In the end, Osama became Lead Head Dead bin Laden.

The tide has turned.

Call it “Fear,” Al-Qaeda? How does it feel, when the feeling is turned upon you ?

Who will betray you ? Who is waiting for you ? Are they waiting ? Where are they waiting? Was that someone in the alley ? Wasn’t that someone in the shop watching you ? Is those footsteps on the stairs ? Was that a click at the end of your cell phone conversation ?

Wait ! Stop ! Listen !

The distant rumble is that thunder? No, Look – it is a mob and they are running toward you.

Run, Al-Qaeda, run !

Head for the hills, Al-Qaeda !

Live in the caves, in the cold, damp, darkness. Fear the night. Be afraid to step into the light.

Be Afraid Al-Qaeda,

Samuel E. Warren Jr.


Written by samwarren55

May 6, 2011 at 8:54 PM

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  1. Just a little jingoistic isn’t it? I would have hoped for something a little more intellectually advanced. Whilst only the family and proponents of bin Laden’s ideology mourn his passing, I do think that the illegal assassination of an individual requires a diplomatic silence by those responsible. Or is your ideology one of the schoolyard bully? I’m biggest and strongest so you can all kiss my ass?

    Ever wondered why much of the rest of the world has less than the uttmost respect for American attitudes? Your article illustrates the problem.

    Peter Leadley

    August 1, 2012 at 10:50 PM

    • The US Navy Seals and the CIA didi what I am sure many people wanted to do to Osama bin Laden.
      You can be intellectually advanced, but if a deadly snake is at your feet – the snake doesn’t care how smart you are. Illegal assassination of an individual probably is a problem for nations who have people who are a threat.
      Osama bin Laden was a global threat, so I doubt any nation went “boo hoo” over his death. Terroirst count on nations using “The Rule Of Law,” rather, than just standing them up against a wall and shooting them. The whole global diplomatic legal tap dance is why Osama and his thugs got away for so long with their international butchery.
      Christian hymnals and legal briefs always seem to work for about 99 percent of the people of the globe. But there is always the one terrorist or criminal, who can use the legal systems and society’s compassion to get away with his or her lust for death and destruction for years. For the sadistic, psychotic scumbags of life from Adolf Hitler to Osama bin Laden the only thing they understand is – Violence. Unless they think that someone is “gunning for them” they do not back down.
      I figured it was the Second Bush Administration that upset “much of the rest of the world.”
      American attitudes of not being a victim is not unique in diplomatic circles.
      Look at Israel – they never play the victim.
      The Rule of Law and compassion seems to work for global societies at large – but, in those rare instances — when the criminal or terrorist only responds to violence then violence should be used.
      It is fine to pray for Peace, but, the reality is nations always need to keep a loaded shotgun behind the front door for those threats that mock compassion, religion and global legal systems.


      August 3, 2012 at 7:34 PM

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