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    Quote Originally Posted by NickFitz View Post
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    CNN can eat my posterior..

    I'll bet at least 100 pennies that its completely made up tosh.

    That said - Kudos to the American reader who dares to post this in the comments :

    It's hard to really call Bin Laden delusional. He personally played a huge role in defeating the Soviet Union in Afghanistan. He personally brought America to its knees. Like him or hate him, agree with him or disagree with him, the scope of his "accomplishments" is staggering and unprecedented. You don't get to that place by thinking small. Given all that he did during his lifetime, why was it delusional for him to think that he might have accomplished even more? There are a lot of words that might be used to describe Osama Bin Laden, but "delusional" is not one of them. Thank God he's dead.


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    He couldn't even come up with a decent name for his organisation. Mind you, neither can we.
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    Some predictable comments on there:

    How is Mr. Bergen (the security analyst) so privileged to have access to this information, when we are not? Is this dis-information?

    Because he's a f***in' security analyst you clown!

    Plus the usual stuff:

    Bin Ladan isn't really dead, we have no PROOF

    Saddam Hussein was a far greater threat to the world

    Blah blah...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggy Styles View Post
    Some predictable comments on there:

    How is Mr. Bergen (the security analyst) so privileged to have access to this information, when we are not? Is this dis-information?

    Because he's a f***in' security analyst you clown!
    Yes, that one obviously failed to make it as far as the fourth sentence:

    In the course of reporting a new book about the 10-year search for bin Laden after 9/11, senior U.S. administration officials allowed me to review hundreds of pages of declassified -- but as yet unpublished -- memos from the Abbottabad "treasure trove."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Doggy Styles View Post
    Saddam Hussein was a far greater threat to the world]
    Oh, you mean the guy who was on the US side when he went to war with Iran?

    Or do you mean the guy who threatened to status of the Oil Dollar by wanting to trade oil for Euros?

    Think carefully about that last sentence. The US desperately wanted the Euro to fail...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sysman View Post
    Or do you mean the guy who threatened to status of the Oil Dollar by wanting to trade oil for Euros?
    That bollox fact had no implications whatsoever.

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    I thought this would be about Cameron
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sysman View Post
    Oh, you mean the guy who was on the US side when he went to war with Iran?

    Or do you mean the guy who threatened to status of the Oil Dollar by wanting to trade oil for Euros?

    Think carefully about that last sentence. The US desperately wanted the Euro to fail...
    Why should I think carefully about it?

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