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Now Bin Laden is gone. What do you think of Bush and Blair?





jmlworld
Osama bin Laden is dead. Everybody agrees that the war against Al Aqaida is not over, but there's surely something the Americans to cheer about.

- 919,000+ people were killed in the 'kill him or capture him alive' project.
- Millions of people were cribled, and millions are homeless.
- It took 9 years, 8 months and 2 wars to find him.
- They spent more than $1,188,000,000,000 to hunt a one man.
- This cost the world 3 countries.
- Eventually, Bin Laden is dead.

Now this chapter is finished. The justice the US people wanted is served.

My questions are:

- Will George W. Bush & Tony Blair ever face the justice for bringing down whole countries and killing innocents?
- What's the point of having the International Criminal Court if what it does is to chase only people from Africa and the Eastern Europe?
- What's the difference between the people who were murdered in 9/11 and those killed in Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine and Pakistan?

I'm not offensive to the achievements of the US and I don't mean to be rude, but look the counter-terrorism story from the other side and what does it mean to the people from the Eastern hemisphere.
Bikerman
Bush cannot be tried by the international court because the US does not recognise its competence or jurisdiction.
ocalhoun
jmlworld wrote:

- 919,000+ people were killed in the 'kill him or capture him alive' project.
- Millions of people were cribled, and millions are homeless.
- It took 9 years, 8 months and 2 wars to find him.
- They spent more than $1,188,000,000,000 to hunt a one man.
- This cost the world 3 countries.

Uh, you do realize that not all of this was done exclusively to kill Osama, right?
deanhills
@jmlworld. I think you forgot to mention oil. I'm certain that oil had to have played a role in the US and other Western countries' presence in the Middle East. Maybe Bin Laden was a nice excuse to dupe people to contribute the necessary billions for funding all of the wars. I still can't get over how Bush and Blair had managed to get the necessary support to invade Iraq however. At the time when it had happened it had taken my breath away. I just could not believe it. I guess if they could invade Iraq, then Syria, Iran, or any of the countries could also be potential targets as well. Iran would be pretty tricky however.
captainsuperdude
shwarzennegger should retire, bush should do movies
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