Although Obama said Osama was dead,
James Brown, an U.S. expert on international security and
a former U.S. military officer, wasn't a happy man yesterday
when he went to Australia Talks, a talkback radio
program hosted by Paul Barclay, because the listeners'
talkbacks in response to his talk were not what he wanted
It's just so hard to be the police
of the world - he complained - all you get is criticism:
America should look into its own behaviour, the killing
of an unarmed man is unlawful, the bury of Osama's body
at the sea is un Islamic .... bla bla bla ...
But hang on, who appointed the U.S.
to police the world? Where is your employment contract?
Who issued the warrant for a fake police unit to raid a
foreign country? Which authority gave the Seals the seal
of approval to shoot dead an unarmed man without trial?
Here are two of the email responses
to James Brown's police talk:
Mulga Mumblebrain :
05 May 2011
Actually most 'terrorism'
is simply people using violence to defend themselves
from brutal, outside, aggression. The Nazis labeled
all Resistance in Europe 'terrorism', just as
the US Reich and its toadies slander resistance
to their state terrorism in similar vein. Of
course the 9/11 atrocity was evil, but Osama
emphatically denied involvement, and the Taliban
said that they would hand him over if the US
provided one skerrick of evidence of his involvement.
They didn't, and after this mobster hit, there
will be no trial. In fact there could never be
a trial because the facts concerning 9/11 and
its real perpetrators are red hot. Just ask the
old question 'cui bono?', 'who benefits?' from
'The War of Terror' against Islam, and the real
terrorists are pretty easy to detect.
04 May 2011
Our God says there aint no
Our God says It's all OK
Our God says this is the way
Our God says an eye for an eye so repent and redeem
and revenge and deploy to the land of the unbelieving
scum to choppeth them up and stompeth them down
and covet their real estate for us to praise our
God because He can really take care of business.
This hymn is indeed inspiring...
And guess what? Since America always
condemns Chinese government for the crimes of not respecting
Chinese people's human rights as much as American government
does, now it might be a good time for China to catch up
by following Americans' example:
How many Chinese lives lost on March 14, 2008, during Lhasa riot commanded by Tibetan lamas loyal to Dalai Lama? 18, plus over three hundred injured. Dalai Lama denied involvement and currently hides in India.
How many Chinese lives lost on July
5, 2009, durng Urumqi riot directed by Uighur mobs associated with East Turkistan headed by Rebiya Kadeer? 190, plus nearly two thousand injured. Rebiya Kadeer denied involvement and currently hides in America.
China's special unit Dragons or Pheonixes
should storm the two countries respectively and shoot at
Dalai Lama's head in front of his brothers, sisters, nephews
and nieces, and smash Rebiya Kadeer's face in front of
her husband and sons and daughters.
China, go for it, show the world how
much you value your citizen's lives and respect your people's
Prev: Obama's Claim on Osama's Fate
Next: Your Face on My Book, You Are Watched!