According to published reports, Osama bin Laden was killed. What will change for you, for the U.S., for the world, now that Osama is gone. Or it will not have much of an effect at all.
I know you readers are going to get on me for saying this, but I feel sadness for him; I know that a lot of people were killed in New York and other states. I don’t understand the sadness I feel. It’s a puzzle to me why I feel the way I do. The last time that Osama was almost caught I was happy about it. Why do I feel so sad hearing about Osama’s death? So I thought about it . And then it hit me. I connected to him on a human level. I’m being hounded and he was being hounded. I know what it is like to be hounded day and night. So as a fellow human, I could empathize with him. He’s probably been running for his life, as I am, so the sympathy. The government must have been after him non-stop. It is amazing to me that I feel sympathy for this man who did so much damage in his lifetime, but the shared experience of being hounded gave me a view into his life. Don’t get me wrong, he deserved what he got, but he was still a human being.
Now that Osama is gone, there will be no peace. As a matter of fact, get ready for more bombings. The muslims who are fanatics will get even. An eye for an eye, I’m sure. They will renew their war on the U.S. and forget the peacefulness that has existed for the past two years. Someone else will take his place. Maybe Osama selected someone to take his place before he died. Probably gave the new leader instructions about what should be done. So forget about peace anytime soon.
Contact Info: http://neverending1.WordPress.com