Complete transcript of Bin Laden’s video address

You can find the complete transcript of Osama’s nasty speech here, and it’s certainly worth reading. Scary as hell, and he makes some astute points — for a psychotic mass murderer — about how 911 was indeed a victory for Al Qaeda. That’s one topic where I have to agree with the monster.

The Discussion: 8 Comments

And now we can wait for Conrad to demonize you for agreeing with bin Laden on this point ๐Ÿ˜‰

November 1, 2004 @ 4:09 pm | Comment

Conrad will demonize me for breathing. Damned Republicans. (Guys, I’m joking.)

November 1, 2004 @ 4:45 pm | Comment

It wasn’t a victory for them. They were inches away from taking over Pakistan -a nuclear power- and probably would have done if it hadn’t been for 9/11. If they’d been patient they could have incinerated a lot more of us.

November 1, 2004 @ 8:31 pm | Comment

And Mussolini made the trains run on time, Hitler built the autobahns, Fidel Castro raised literacy rates, Mao gave equal rights to women and Pol Pot did wonders for population control.

Personally, if I found myself, within 24 hours, nodding in agreement with both Osama bin Laden and the CCP, I’d give serious thought to where I’d gone off the beam. But hey, that’s just me.

November 1, 2004 @ 8:49 pm | Comment

If I found myself disagreeing with what is clear and true, even if its something bin Laden said, I’d hope someone would check me into an asylum.

But then again, us liberals are the reality-based ones… so maybe that explains Conrad’s position.

November 1, 2004 @ 10:41 pm | Comment

A victoryu is a vitory, even if they may have had an even bigger victory if they’d waited. They destroyed the Twin Towers and struck fear into the heart of America and the world. And we never convicted a single one of them. Our approach to the war on terror — i.e., invading Iraq — damaged us even more, perhaps irreparably. Shrub can say he’s destroyed “75 percent of Al Qaeda’s leadership” (as if there’s a list, and he can just draw a line through their name and no one will replace them) , but we all know they’ve been splintered up, a diaspora that’s now everywhere (and nowhere). And, like a malignant jack-in-the-box, Osama pops up the weekend before the election to taunt us all. So tell me, where is our victory?

November 2, 2004 @ 8:44 am | Comment

Our victory will be that of a President who won’t say “I’m not really concerned about [bin Laden]”.

Its over for Bush. Theres no doubt in my mind.

November 2, 2004 @ 2:09 pm | Comment

Bush is blind. How do all the drugs get in this country?How do all the imagrints get in.I think we have something to worry about.Bush can run underground and not care for any of us aslong as he feels safe.I dont feel safe and i dont want the US to pay for one mans wrong ideas and bad leadership.Killing is killing nomatter whos doing it and aslong and when someone i love die i get pissed . and the some goes for every man on this earth.

July 14, 2005 @ 6:46 am | Comment

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