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RE: Osama

Reader comment on item: Thoughts on the Killing of Osama bin Laden
in response to reader comment: Sorry, Ghulam, you're full of it.

Submitted by Ghulam Muhammed (India), May 8, 2011 at 03:47

Only a JOOOOOOZ will go so far in history, to bring the past to the present, without bothering to observe the limitation that pretexts impose on any discussion.. They are still fighting a war they lost back 2000 or 1500 years back. That pathological obsession seriously hampers their common sense understanding of the present and injects serious confusions in rational and logical thinking.

Kepha Hor is in denial of a straightforward conclusion, that both Pakistan and US with collectively running multi-million dollar intelligence force with deeply interlinked operation ongoing all the time, would be jointly taking decisions on how to deal with Osama. When during Bush years, Bush family being close to Saud family, could spare high level Saudis from the run of the mill masses that could be manhandled post 9/11, the trio of allies, US, Saudia and Pakistan, with full agreement, take Osama out of Afghanistan and neutralise his position as the top warmonger, by house-imprisoning him in a safe house, under direct security control of Pak Army at military garrison town of Abbotabad.

Back in stateside, it is an every day affair, when security agencies, giving new identities to consenting approvers and let them disappear into the woodwork, though under continuous observation and control. The need for the current Osama death drama could be direct result of US CIA operative shooting and killing two Pak intelligence operatives following him in Pakistan and the subsequent serious break in US-PAK relationship. US possibly realized that it should not trust PAK now on some crucial matters, Osama imprisonment, being one of them.


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