Posts Tagged ‘Osama Bin Laden’

Ruined Hope

May 1, 2012




“May” is a form of possibility.

& “Be” is a form of reality.

So, “Maybe” is that inbetween thing that exists between that which is & that which might.

But what about the other way around ?

If the current month now really is May, what is the possible “Be” that goes with that ?

Be is… might ?

Might AKA power.

The power… of possibility in a real month called May.

…how would that reveal itself ?

Abbottabad Pakistan May 2012

You may have to click on it to see the exact details but according to the BBC, this recent photograph depicts children in Abbottabad, Pakistan.

They’re playing on the ruins of what was once Osama Bin Laden’s mansion complex hideout.



Obama Vs Osama – This Time… It’s Personal !

March 17, 2012

It’s been less than a year since President Obama‘s main nemesis (no, not… uh… well… whoever the Republicans end up choosing) “ol’ cave mansion dweller” died.

& with Osama dead by way of a bullet through his non-functioning brain (a very very very joyous occassion for every normal person) it became kinda sorta difficult to do more of these posts.

So, I can honestly say I never expected that there’d be another 1 of these O Vs O posts… until now.

Now, just to be clear this has nothing to do with that creepy prediction made some months ago by current Al-Qaeda leader, Ayman Al-Zawahiri AKA The Surgeon (even creepier), about which he said that his pal Osama would come back to haunt us… as a zombie (!) or a ghost (!).

So, that’s a relief but if not that then what is this all about then ?

It’s got to something with those documents the Navy SEALs got their hands on after the mansion raid.

Apparently, Osama had ordered preparations to get underway for an assasination.

The target being none other than the prez.

Which is kinda funny seeing as Obama did more or less the same thing for Osama.

But aside from that & their names, are they in any other way similar ?

Well, Osama was a man whose unsound decisions were followed by a fearless movement of foreign brainwashed morons who hate America.

While Obama’s a man whose sound decisions are followed with fear by moronic countrymen brainwashed by a movement of rightwinged politicians who hate America.

…see the difference ?


The Best Medicine

November 16, 2011

Whether it’s inside a fortified mansion or a cold damp cave, having to spend all of your time worrying you could be killed at any moment is not much of a way to fill your final years with.

Thus, Al-Qaeda’s former #2 man Ayman Al-Zawahiri AKA The Surgeon (creepy) has embarked on a new career.


His routine apparently involves him talking about his observations on his dead pal Osama Bin Laden but hey, don’t take my word for it ’cause heeeeere’s


Take it away.

“People don’t know that this man was tender, gentle, kind, with refined feelings, even when life was hard.”

Yeah, I heard stories about him being hated by many Jews & then when he got crucifi… no wait, wasn’t that another bearded guy ?

Sorry, please continue.

“We never saw a man like him.”

Yeah, that picture sure would’ve… oh, you meant differently ?

Sorry, go on ! Go on !

“Everyone close to him saw the fine and noble education in his children.”

Nothing quite like a good brainwashing from an early age, eh ?

…we’re going to have to have to leave it at that, Ayman.

Give him a polite round of applause ladies & gentlemen.

Hm, more misguided funny than funny funny.

But I suppose if the US can wage its war against terror that Al-Qaeda can wage a war against humour, right ?


9/11: A 10th Anniversary Interview – Pt 11/11

September 11, 2011

September 11th, 2001.

The events of that day affected the daily lives of not just those in the US but also of countless people all over the world, in both subtle & not so subtle ways.

10 years later, the repercussions are still being felt but in all this time no voice has been given to the average moderate Muslim.

What follows is a transcript from an interview with a friend of mine, who has a Muslim background, on this broad topic of 9/11.

It was held on Saturday, June 11th, 2011.


Question #11:

After an eternity, we finally had the death of Bin Laden himself & the 10th anniversary of the start of the War On Terror is coming up.

Where do you think the conflict, the War On Terror, will go in the next 10 years ? Where will it be in 2021 ? Is there a victory coming up, is there a defeat coming up ?

What’s going to happen in the next 10 years ?

Friend: Well, I think sooner or later some of those guys are going to run out of men, even though…

X-Mer: The terrorists or the US troops ?

Friend: The US troops is very unlikely, I think… the terrorist groups, maybe they do have a lot of recruits, who knows & who can tell ?

It goes back to the fearmongering, when you start presenting people by trying to group them together like “this is the bad group” you’re going to create that hostility, that hate. So, yeah then it could go on forever.

But I think there’s going to be… another group of people & then the focus will be on that group of people. They’ll probably still be fighting in Afghanistan but you’ll never hear about it. It will all be about…

X-Mer: “60 Minutes” will talk about something else ?

Friend: Like you said about Ian Davison, that’s not something you should ignore, that’s quite a dangerous man.

X-Mer: Imagine if he escapes ? Won’t he be mad, what if wants revenge ?

Friend: That’s a very big possibility.

X-Mer: & he knows how to make poison !

Friend: Sure & who’s to say he’s not going to make much more of it ?

It’s where do you put your focus. I don’t know who the next group is going to be, some people say North Korea maybe or maybe it’s going to be the Russians again because they’re growing as a superpower.

X-Mer: Let’s not foget the Chinese.

Friend: The Chinese. So, who knows ? You have all the development in India, the knowledge & technology is growing there…

X-Mer: Both India & Pakistan have nuclear capabilities now.

Friend: Yeah, so who’s to say who’s going to be the next group of people ? & would it take another incident like 9/11 to escalate things ? Maybe, maybe not.

X-Mer: Like you said, the 1st World War started with that prince being shot dead & that was used as a startingpoint, possibly an excuse…

Friend: Yeah, that was the excuse I think.

X-Mer: …& then here the events of 9/11, another startingpoint for another conflict, so there’s always these…

Friend: There’s always… seems to be a startingpoint & excuse, like World War II & you had Poland & Hitler. They allowed Hitler, before Poland, to “collect” all those countries & they said: “if he does this THEN we’ll do something, then we’ll start the war”.

X-Mer: Took a long time before they started the war.

Friend: Yeah true.

I think it’s just gonna go on forever, unfortunately.

X-Mer: You don’t think there’ll be a victory by either side ?

Friend: It’s just a vicious cycle.

X-Mer: You won’t see, suppose he’d lived, see Osama Bin Laden taking over the White House or President Obama proudly walking across a safe frontier between Afghanistan & Pakistan ?

Friend: I think it’s very unlikely. Take India & Pakistan, how long have they been fighting amongst eachother ?

X-Mer: & the thing is, that’s basically brother against brother because you had 1 nation.

Friend: Right. You had the division because of religion but it probably was about money & power. As long as that greed is going to exist, we’re still going to be having those conflicts.

So, no I don’t see it ending anytime soon. It’s just going to… the names will be different but…

X-Mer: So, 10 years from now there’ll be something new to take the focus ?

Friend: Yeah, sure.

I saw “Watchmen” the movie yesterday… well, in order to achieve worldpeace you really have to give people a common enemy, so… unless we get invaded by aliens I don’t see worldpeace coming.

X-Mer: Ok, so could there be a World War III as a result of 9/11 ?

Friend: Maybe we already had it but we don’t realize it. Could you say the Arab Spring is now part of it ?

X-Mer: Do you think it’s part of it ? You could argue that there’s all these types of events, starting from 9/11 ?

Friend: I think it’s all connected. I mean there’s probably stuff…

X-Mer: Earlier stuff.

Friend: Earlier stuff, you had the Russians trying to invade Afghanistan & you had the US helping out…

X-Mer: The CIA apparently trained Bin Laden.

Friend: Yeah, sure. You can’t really locate the beginning of it & probably won’t see the end of it.

X-Mer: Any closing thoughts on the subject matter ?

Friend: Well, I think we pretty much concluded that it’ll never end. That’s a bit of a downer, of course but you know…

When you get down to it, we’re all just people trying to live our lives &… it’s a shame there have to be people with a lot of power… I just think that they ruin it for all of us, really.

I think we all have the ability to be good people & you know, all this… war & things like that, it’s just bullshit really.

X-Mer: [LOL] Wait a minute, profanity on my blog ?

Friend: [LOL] Sorry.

It’s like… people creating conflict where there couldn’t be or shouldn’t be any. Like you said, it’s just about the greed.

X-Mer: Ok, let’s leave it at that. Thank you for your time !

Friend: Thanks for the interview, it was a lot of fun & it was quite different from what I expected.

X-Mer: Really ?!?

To sneak another question in there, what did you think… you must’ve have had some sort of thought or idea of what might happen.

Friend: Yeah, I thought 11 questions were going to be a bit too much & wondered if you could come up with them but you did quite a good job I think.

X-Mer: Thank you.


That’s it for part 11 & also this interview on the 10 aniversary of 9/11.

It took a serious amount of prep time & elbow grease later on, to make all of it come together.

& now that it’s over & am finally able to look back on it, it was most certainly worth every effort along the way.

RIP to the innocent victims of 9/11 & all those since then.

Thanks for reading !

9/11: A 10th Anniversary Interview – Pt 08/11

September 8, 2011

September 11th, 2001.

The events of that day affected the daily lives of not just those in the US but also of countless people all over the world, in both subtle & not so subtle ways.

10 years later, the repercussions are still being felt but in all this time no voice has been given to the average moderate Muslim.

What follows is a transcript from an interview with a friend of mine, who has a Muslim background, on this broad topic of 9/11.

It was held on Saturday, June 11th, 2011.


Question #08:

I have a little list of names & faces here for a game that I like to call:

“Remember That Terrorist ?”

& I’d like you play it.

Friend: Am I on that list ?

X-Mer: No, that would be weird.

There are no prizes to win but just play along for a moment with my madness.

Friend: Don’t I always ?

X-Mer: [LOL]

So, I have 5 terrorists which I’ll name & show their picture of & you tell me if you remember them or not.

Terrorist I:

Osama Bin Laden, leader & founder of Al-Qaeda.

Friend: I think I remember a slightly longer & greyer beard but yeah. I think he’s out to sea at the moment.

X-Mer: Right.

Terrorist II:

Richard Reid, the Shoe Bomber.

Friend: Really ? That’s his face ? I’d never seen his face.

X-Mer: Right but you’d heard about the Shoe Bomber ? You remember him as well ?

Friend: With the way it ended, now’s he’s become more of a joke I think but…

X-Mer: Speaking of jokes…

Terrorist III:

Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, the Underwear Bomber.

He had something explosive in his underwear but it wasn’t you know what, remember ?

Friend: I never saw his face like with the other guy or maybe I did see but…

X-Mer: …but the Underwear Bomber does ring a bell ?

Friend: Does ring a bell.

X-Mer: Unless I’m mistaken that’s 3 in a row. How about…

Terrorist IV:

Nidal Malik Hasan…

Friend: Was he in “24” ?

X-Mer: [LOL]

No, he wasn’t but he could’ve been. He was a psychiatrist, an American, a psychiatrist working at Fort Hood…

Friend: Oh ! Did he go crazy ?

X-Mer: …& he went crazy & starting shooting… well, basically anyone who was in his path.

Friend: Yeah sure, I heard about him, yeah.

X-Mer: An ironic twist, a psychiatrist who goes nuts.

Friend: Yeah.

X-Mer: So, that’s 4 for 4 sofar. Last 1…

Terrorist V:

Ian Davison.

Friend: Ian Davison ?

X-Mer: Yes, remember Ian Davison ?

Friend: No, unless he… was the Oklahoma Bomber ?

X-Mer: Oh, c’mon ! It’s Ian Davison, don’t you remember. He was arrested in 2009, only 2 years ago.

Friend: …no, doesn’t really… no.

X-Mer: NO !?!?!?!

Friend: Ian Davison ?

X-Mer: Well, I didn’t know him either & had to look it up…

[Info Source I]

[Info Source II]

Ian Davison, a British national, is a white supremacist who, along with his 18-year old neo-Nazi son Nicky Davison, was arrested in 2009 for planning terrorist attacks.

They had ricin, a type of poison, which could’ve easily been used to carry out terror attacks & killed many people.

Friend: I guess your point would be we all get to see the Muslim terrorist but we hardly get to see or hear anything about…

X-Mer: …I don’t know, would you say that’s the point ?

Friend: Yeah, sure. You heard about it & was very hard to ignore really because it was all over the news & this was like: “who the Hell is he ?”.

X-Mer: Yeah, who is Ian Davison ? If his group, Aryan Strike Force, apparently even wanted to topple the government why is he so unknown ?

Friend: Yeah. Sounds like a serious threat to me.

I guess it’s like what we discussed before like it’s more local as opposed to… that’s also interesting, you had the Underwear Bomber who was apparently part of Al-Qaeda.

Seems a bit weird, I don’t really believe he was actually, I believe from what I’ve read it was more like a… disappointed or maybe disturbed individual that…

X-Mer: Like a lone wolf ?

Friend: Yeah or like somebody who’s lost his way & though: “this is the right way, I’m very unhappy in my life, so I’m going to make an impact” something like that.

X-Mer: Which he did but only in a humourous sense.

Friend: Yes & now he’s going to be the laughing stock of…

X-Mer: He already IS !

Ok, so still no Ian Davison ? No ringing bell ?

Friend: No, I mean… no.

X-Mer: Well, maybe after today, right ?

Friend: Maybe.


That’s it for part 8 but please check back tomorrow for part 9 of the interview, where I ask my friend about the silent & peaceful majority of Muslims.

9/11: A 10th Anniversary Interview – Pt 06/11

September 6, 2011

September 11th, 2001.

The events of that day affected the daily lives of not just those in the US but also of countless people all over the world, in both subtle & not so subtle ways.

10 years later, the repercussions are still being felt but in all this time no voice has been given to the average moderate Muslim.

What follows is a transcript from an interview with a friend of mine, who has a Muslim background, on this broad topic of 9/11.

It was held on Saturday, June 11th, 2011.


Question #06:

A common heard allegation since the events of 9/11 is “why aren’t the good Muslims doing anything against the bad ones ?”. But that’s just 1 of the many allegations.

What would you say are misconceptions about Islam & being Muslim that are now out there because of 9/11 ?

Friend: Actually, this goes way back right after 9/11. I was talking to a girl on [MSN] Messenger, I knew her by Messenger.

She’s Caucasian, white so…

X-Mer: Not her fault ? [LOL]

Friend: Well, there’s some mixed blood I think, she’s part Italian, part…

X-Mer: “Oh no !”

Friend: “Oh yeah !”

1 of the things she said was: “Why don’t the good Muslims talk to the bad ones ?” & she was trying to create a situation of: “it’s a problem within the Muslim community, we have nothing to do with. So, you go talk to the bad Muslims, tell them not to do it anymore & it’ll all be over”.

I think that’s kind of the… the bottomline of her story was like “it’s YOUR problem & we have nothing to do with it, so go fix your problem.” but I don’t know, I’m not really sure who I should approach first in getting that conversation started.

X-Mer: [LOL]

Friend: Even though I have people in my family that are of the opinion that the terrorists are doing a good thing. Like I said, it’s all an opinion, they don’t go around armed.

X-Mer: But even if they did, wouldn’t it be more like a job for the police or counter-terrorism to go after these people &… ?

Friend: Well, apparently not. It’s our problem, so I have to do something. That idea.

X-Mer: What do you think of such a…

Friend: She was a bit young at the time, so I think it’s a very naive thought. I mean this was a young girl, so I can understand that she was afraid & she wanted to… make sense of it.

She went as far as to say that ETA was a “better” terrorist group because they warned people in advance of a bomb attack. I mean “better terrorist group” ???


A terrorist is a terrorist. You can say: “I want my own country & I’m going to warn you because city hall is going to explode in a few minutes” so…

I mean you’re still doing harm, that costs money & it can cost people their jobs, it’s not like this… is there such a thing as good terrorism ?

X-Mer: [LOL]

Friend: Or slightly better terrorism ? That’s just a really strange style of thinking but at the time… yeah, I was trying to understand her reasoning.

I guess she was very much influenced by the media & friends, you know stories that you heard… fearmongering was really working at the time.

X-Mer: Oh yeah.

There was a post on this very web log that stated the opinion of: “a terrorist is a terrorist however Muslim terrorists are worse because they operate on an international level while groups like ETA & IRA operate locally”, so would you say some are a bigger threat or are they all equally bad ?

Friend: It’s all bad, I mean c’mon they’re killing their own people.

X-Mer: For a “good” cause.

Friend: That’s what all terrorists say. You have terrorists & you have rebels & everybody’s fighting the good fight & nobody’s bad, in their opinion.

X-Mer: & who’s to say that if, say ETA or IRA reach their goals that they’d stop there ?

Would they really be happy to leave it there & say: “we’ll lay down our arms & be good now” or something ?

Friend: Seems unlikely with they way they go about their business. Even within the groups you have to wonder what their motivations are. Are all those people genuinely believing in the goal the group is trying to achieve or are they there for well… getting a kick out of it ?

X-Mer: Probably not, the IRA eventually went for the peace & yet a few hardliners have continued as the “Real IRA” & they’re still keeping up the fight.

Friend: I think it’s more about being unhappy with your personal situation. It can be on a very small scale like locally & on a worldwide scale.

Like I said, a lot of countries have done bad things in the past & some are still doing it now & you’re going to have victims & people who resent you. It doesn’t matter if you’re America or Iraq or… some countries kill their own people, so… & as long as that’s going on you’re always going to have rebels & terrorists.

What’s interesting now that Bin Laden’s been killed…

X-Mer: Or was he ?

Friend: Right. Since his group’s acknowledging it, I guess he was killed.

X-Mer: It would be weird if they were just playing along.

Friend: Until Osama returns from a vacation ?

X-Mer: Right.

Friend: I think it’s genuine because they can’t risk it being a hoax because if that comes out it’d blow up in their face.

X-Mer: Right.

Friend: But what was interesting about that situation was… couldn’t they have done that sooner ? Before there was a war in Afghanistan, before there was a war in Iraq ?

X-Mer: There are stories about President Clinton apparently not taking out Bin Laden when there was a chance to do so.

Friend: Warfare seems like another source of making money.

X-Mer: It is !

Friend: It is.

I was at the gym this week & I overheard a Turkish guy talking about different groups among the Turkish people & what stuck with me was when he said that Group A’s fighting Group B & Group A was selling weapons to Group B so they were being shot with their own weapons.

I mean that’s not something that’s specific to Turkish people, it’s something in general. It’s like you said greed & things like that… it creates situations.


That’s it for part 6 but please check back tomorrow for part 7 of the interview, where I ask my friend about the major players of & after 9/11.

Is He Hiding In A Mansion As Well ???

June 8, 2011

I guess it was only a matter of time.

Yes, the very next Navy SEAL target & Al-Qaeda’s #2 man Ayman Al-Zawahiri AKA The Surgeon has spoken about his dead pal Osama Bin Laden.

& it only took him 5 weeks to do so, wow whatta guy !

Who knows why it took Ayman over a whole month to finally acknowledge Thé Death of the year but maybe he was crying his little eyes out all this time (or perhaps celebrating he’s no longer playing 2nd fiddle).

Anyway, instead of reminiscing about the good ol’ days with Binnie Laden, like when they measured their beards for example, the vid contained a warning (these Muslim fanatics sure do like to warn a lot, don’t they ?).

But this particular warning was different.

Apparently, & I’m just going by the translation the news services provided, Al-Zawahiri said the following:

Osama Bin Laden would be…

(wait for it)

haunting all of us from beyond the grave !!! 😯

Say wha ?!

You mean bullets don’t do squat to stop these guys ???

Now that’s unexpected to say the least.

Now, unfortunately Al-Zawahiri didn’t go into specific detail if it’s zombie Bin Laden or poltergeist Bin Laden that we should worry about (oddly enough Muslim fanatics are usually pretty vague with their warnings).

But with Bin Laden’s corpse being dumped buried at sea, does that mean we’ll be ok as long as we stay on land ?

Maybe we’ll get some answers in a next vid…

Consumed By That Which Once Fed It

May 20, 2011

Oh wow, look at today’s date.

Can’t believe it’s an entire year later already but in any case…

Happy EDMD everybody !

Yeah, remember good ol’ EDMD & how it all began ?

Once upon a time… there was a US female cartoonist named Molly Norris & one day, after hearing a certain episode of South Park would be censored, she decided as a form of protest to create a cartoon about the prophet Muhammad by depicting him as a cup of coffee (or was that tea ?), a domino stone, a box of pasta, a spool of thread, a single red cherry & a doggie purse (wait what ?).

But then she was seriously threatened (oh no !) by some of Muhammad’s most “devout” followers & she vanished into the night never to be seen or heard of again !

Now, no person in their right mind throws away his or her life for a mere animated cartoon.

& I’m using the word animated loosely here as it’s South Park we’re talking about.

So, either she was a really stupid fan or it must’ve been really really REALLY important for her to do so.

Buuuttt a question remains.

Yes, just a single question.

But an extremely important one…

Where oh where is Molly Norris ?

What is she doing ?

& as whom is she doing it ?

Well wonder no more pilgrim !

Join us here on X-Mer’s New Atlantica Page for the possible answers as we celebrate the first ever…

Everybody Draw Molly Day… South Park style !

First up, Molly Norris before the threats made her disappear & she was still known as plain ol’ Molly Norris…

Molly Norris Then

Add a lil’ bit of Muslim fanatic threat & *POOF* she went into hiding & no one knows who she is or where she is…

Molly Norris Now

So, did she go mad with fear & end up in an asylum or something ?

Yeah, that’s possible.

But what if, while on the run, she ran into some rich Arab guy who then recognized her ? She could’ve asked him to forgive her for her actions & spare her life, right ?

Molly Norris Now

So, did she end up as wife #03 assigned to kitchen duty somewhere in the Middle East ?

Yeah, that’s possible.

But what if, while on the run through rough desolate terrains, she came across a small town in the middle of nowhere ?

Molly Norris Now

Wouldn’t that make for the perfect hiding place from religious loonies ?

Yeah, that’s possible.

But what if it’s none of those things & something completely different ?

Molly Norris Now

Yeah, that’s possible too.

In fact, we might never EVER know what really became of ol’ Molly.

However, something tells me wherever she is & whatever she’s doing, she’s happy doing it…

Molly Norris Now

Say, anyone else wondering about the identity of that unknown Navy SEAL that killed Osama ?

Obama Vs Osama – RIP ? BIH !

May 2, 2011

Oh yes !

Obama Vs Osama

The weakened beast has now lost its disgusting head.

Let the worldwide celebration & festivities begin.

Took a long time but it seems appropriate that it happened before 9/11/2011.

Truly, justice has been done by those involved.

Osama, Burn.In.Hell. !

I’m left wondering though if in true Tupac Shakur style, new audio tapes will keep turning up & also… if they serve pork in Hell ?

Obama Vs Osama – Help Wanted !

January 2, 2010

Hello & welcome to 2010.

A few days after Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab tried to blow up an aeroplane on Christmas Day, our old pals from al-Qaeda claimed the responsibility for it.


Now, maybe I’m missing a vital piece of the puzzle here but didn’t this punk kid fail in his attempt to make the explosives go off ?

Didn’t he fail & get burned while failing ?

Didn’t he fail, get burned & then put into a type of headlock by a brave but Regular Joe of a fellow passenger while failing ??

Didn’t he fail, get burned, get put into a type of headlock by a brave but Regular Joe of a fellow passenger & then get stripped of his clothes as the aeroplane landed safely while failing ???

No matter where you’re from, we can all agree one 1 thing…

That was a serious piece of Failure.

& no one likes failure.

…sooo, why does al-Qaeda want to be associated with something like that ???

Why go all “Hey world ! Guess what ? WE were behind this !” ?

I mean there were ZERO casualties & last time I checked, terrorists loved having big piles of bloody casualties.

Some think the reason was just to be named in all the international news reports but that’s impossible because that would mean terrorists are just like women emotionally insecure attention seekers…

Ok, so maybe it was all about foiling the airport security, thereby showing us no one is safe ?

Well… maybe.

But the bar for those kind of actions was raised significantly by the couple known as the Salahis.

They managed to enter the White House, shake President Obama’s hand & even stayed for dinner afterwards without ever receiving terrorist boot camp training or even an invitation.

It’s only when a major organization like al-Qaeda, having made the headlines with several international acts of terror, suddenly gets pwned by some fame-seeking US couple that you know something is wrong.

Add the still fragile economic climate & there’s a sudden realization that times must be hard for those in the profession of full-time terrorist.

Igniting a West Vs Muslims Global Holy War clearly just isn’t as easy as it used to be. Certainly not if on a special day like Christmas the best they can do is to get a clueless kid that fails spectacularly in his mission.

Sure, the “Help Wanted” sign is hanging out there but with idiots like Umar & Mohammed Muhideen Gelle (that Somali guy in Denmark) signing up, what chance do terrorist groups possibly have ?

No company in the world can flourish with bad employees, now can it ?

As their intended targets, I guess we could gather round & have a nice big laugh at the expense of al-Qaeda & their like, for having troubles but wouldn’t that be like kicking somebody when they’re down ?

…yes, yes it would.


You idiots !


You losers !


You failed !


Kick their asses in 2010, Obama.

Obama Vs Osama – The Things To Come

June 19, 2009

The tragedies on 9/11 were like a bolt out of the blue – they happened very quickly & very suddenly.

Thus no one was really prepared for the events of that day.

Now, whether you lurve him of hate him, no one really knows how President Obama will react to a (possible) new terror strike.

This has now changed…


Sure, he seems like a really nice guy but in reality he’s a cold blooded killer…

Yes, for this is a man who IS prepared to hurt a fly if necessary… with his own bare hands even !

Impressive ’cause a fly isn’t exactly easy to kill:

– Has compound eyes
– Flies really fast
– Quite a small target

& yet the poor bastard didn’t even stand a chance.

No sir, not with Barack on the job. Let’s see Dick Cheney try that (without his gun).

So all you terrorists… be afraid.

Be very afraid :mrgreen:

Obama Vs Osama

Obama Vs Osama – Who Do Ya Love ?

June 3, 2009

Well, well, well.

It looks like the big dukaroo has begun.

Both O‘s have started a campaign of their own to get Muslims all across this globe behind their respective agenda’s.

One is in the Middle East to hold a key (historic ?) speech in Cairo, Egypt while the other has begun the mud-slinging from… well, wherever he’s hiding.

So, c’mon & join me as we take a closer look at our 2 candidates.

…is this like an election ?” I hear you ask.

Yeah kinda but the stakes are way bigger. Huge even.

Ok, so…

Obama (President) wants to build bridges & find opportunities for a common future.

Osama (cave dweller) wants more of the same crap.

Gee, how hard will it be for Muslims to decide who to root for ?

I mean they’ll be SO confused. & the names are sooo similar, that sure won’t help.

Anyhoo, Obama’s been here before, remember ?

He first managed to beat Hillary Clinton & then he beat John McCain.

This is just another opponent for him to tackle. (Yes, he can !)

Osama on the other hand has done his fair share of beating(s) too.

Sending countless of deluded men to their deaths to do his dirty work He has defeated many foes of Islam.

Sure it was a bit bloody along the way but that’s passion, right ?

So, who will finally emerge victorious after the votes of trust have been cast ?

Obama Vs Osama

Obama Vs Osama – The Money Shot

February 24, 2009

Innnnn THIS corner, we have a man who desperately wants to make things better:


Innnnn the other corner, we have a man obsessed with the idea to impose his religious views by force:


& in another corner, comicbook artist:

Erik Larsen.

…wait, what ???

Yes !

Already having used Obama’s electoral victory to boost the sales of his comicbook, Erik has now sunk to a whole new level.

You see, thanks to the miracle of time-travel, Erik was able to see what lies ahead.

Upon his return, Erik was kind enough to share it with us by drawing exactly what he saw.

Namely, a no holds barred match between Obama & Osama !

& here’s what the actual fight will look like…

Yes He CAN !

Aside from clearly being a ripoff of the classic Captain America punches Adolf Hitler cover, it has NOTHING to do with the actual story inside the comic.

Ladies & gentlemen, I give you Mr Erik Larsen !

Obama Vs Osama – The Beginning

January 20, 2009

Barack Obama won the election but long before Inauguration Day (January 20 2009) he started talking about the “War On Terror“…


During his victory speech a few hours after having defeated John McCain:

To those who would tear the world down, we will defeat you !

To those who seek peace & security, we support you !

& to all those who have wondered if America’s beacon still burns as bright tonight we’ve proved once more that the true strength of our nation comes not from the might of our arms or the scale of our wealth but from the enduring power of our ideals…

Democracy ! Liberty ! Opportunity ! & Unyielding Hope !

During his first official news conference some days after his election victory:

Iran’s development of a nuclear weapon, I believe is unacceptable and we have to mount an international effort to prevent that from happening.

Iran’s support of terrorist organisations, I think, is something that needs to cease.

During his “60 Minutes” interview some 2 weeks after Election Day:

I’ve said repeatedly that I intend to close Guantanamo. & I will follow through on that.

I’ve said repeatedly that America doen’t torture. & I’m gonna make sure that we don’t torture.

Also during that “60 Minutes” interview:

I think it is a top priority for us to stamp out al-Qaeda once & for all.

& I think capturing or killing Bin Laden is a critical aspect of stamping out al-Qaeda. He is not just a symbol, he’s also the operational leader of an organisation that is planning attacks against US targets.

During his “This Week” interview in January 2009:

Well, I think that Iran is going to be one of our biggest challenges. And as I said during the campaign, you know, we have a situation in which not only is Iran exporting terrorism through Hamas, through Hezbollah, but they are pursuing a nuclear weapon that could potentially trigger a nuclear arms race in the Middle East.

& we are going to have to take a new approach. & I’ve outlined my belief that engagement is the place to start. That the international community is going to be taking cues from us in how we want to approach Iran.


Interesting but the real battle starts today.


So let this presidency filled with promises of change commence…