Posted by BOC Staff | Donald Trump,Osama Bin Laden | Sunday 1 May 2011 8:36 pm

United Caves of Terrorist Pansies-  Osama Bin Loser is dead.  He was killed in a US anti-terrorist effort led by Donald Trump’s cowlick.

Yes, it has that kinda power, as we knew.

Ok, that is a stretch, it only had the power to produce a birth certificate, duh.

Osama Bin Laden is believed to have been killed in Pakistan, details to follow.

To my friends and family-

A reminder why this incubus in a cave is worthy of coverage on my site.

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  1. Samarie says:

    TOG – I agree with the statements in your last post. I recall when the UN was asked by the Lebanese government, back in 1982, for assistance. The US, France, Italy and the U.K. all sent troops, their mission was to provide support to the government elect, evacuate the PLO from Beirut, drive back the Israelis to within 2miles of their border with Lebanon and to keep the Beirut International Airport open for incoming humanitarian aid supplies and food.

    Everything went as planned, as a matter of fact the mission was completed ahead of schedule and the peacekeepers retreated. About 2weeks later they were called back when Israel violated conditions, drove into Lebanon killing about 2000 Palestinian refuges, mostly women, children and elderly in the camps along the border. The UN peacekeepers again returned to bury those slaughtered, drive Israel out of Beirut and to keep the airport open. Sad fact is, Israel had concrete intelligence information that Iran was backing Hezbollah and that there was an attack planned against the Marine headquaters based at the airport. Israel chose to keep that information to themselves, they are no more our friends than any other Middle Eastern country. Their theory, at the time, was that if the American military experienced a direct and deadly terrorist hit, against our own, that we would unleash a shock and awe show….didn’t happen.

    When American technology discovered vast oil wells in the Middle East way back when we unleashed a monster, money bought power and our need for foreign energy is our downfall. Without oil, they have no money, without money they cannot build bombs and train terrorits. Thw west has created a monster that has spun out of control….I appreciate your post TOG…a lot more critical info is available if you google the “Long Report.”

  2. Mom3.0 says:

    I appreciate your kind words, thank you.

    Believe it or not we I think are alot alike- I share your passion for research and have went down many a rabbit hole searching for more than one “truth”

    My dad told me something once in my teenage years that keeps me grounded in my quest for the “truth” he said If it is truly a conspiracy and if it is truly a cover-up… whatever is “out there” to read and to ponder is not the “real” truth but just more smoke and mirrors- otherwise what would be the point of all the hard work of so many? Just something to think about…

    Keep on keeping on chefjagcc-keep asking the questions and demanding the answers

    Who knows someday the smoke may clear and the mirrors may break and the truth will present itself.



  3. Ragdoll says:

    Well feck. I had this whole essay and I subject without the proper credentials. 4th time this week.

    TOG, I don’t agree with everything you say. However, your convictions are backed by facts. You have a diverse knowledge, imo, of foreign affairs, state of the union and gov’t protocol. You’ve also come from the depths of despair and hopelessness only to become a reformed, stronger and more compassionate person (unless you have us all fooled). You have back bone and that is something I want my son to have. That is an invaluable quality.

    Have you thought of running for political office on some level? I believe you to be a man of integrity and honour, especially b/c of what you’ve overcome. Just a thought. You might be missing your calling and if there are alternative ways to avoid war and blood shed, you might be the person who has the answers. I don’t know.

    The reality we all have to deal with, and again I state, war will always be about GREED, LAND, POWER, RESOURCES….. There will always be someone who perverts their religion and their God for selfish evil purpose. They don’t twice about the lives they ruin to achieve it and will sacrifice their own flesh and blood for it. How would someone like you bring OBL down without execution? Mr. Obama tried PEACE and talk to President Hosni Mubarak of Eygpt to listen to his people and step down as the dictator he was. That didn’t work. It took revolution within Eygypt to end his reign. It’s the same in Libya. President Muammar Ghadaffi lost his son and grandchildren just days before OBL was killed, in a NATO air strike. Has that stopped him???? Peace talks have not worked. I would NOT want to be in Obama’s shoes but I do not hold it against him the final decision he made. I’m Canadian but I stand behind Mr. Obama 110%. At this point in time, there was no other way to end it.

    As for the oil theory. I will never understand why gaining access to middle eastern oil is HUGE on the US agenda. HELLO!!!! It’s a known fact Canada has enough to supply both countries. It would be cheaper to obtain. We’ve always had it. Perhaps US wants to be a self sustaining country where natural resources are concerned. Not every country has it all. Some of theories don’t jive with me but I will never proclaim to know what goes on behind closed doors.

    May God bring His infinite light and love into the world, more now than ever!

  4. Ragdoll says:

    PS….the retrieval of bin Laden’s computer is revealing big secrets. It’s alleged he was planning a 10th anniversary attack on the US. He would have been safe and cozy in his compound while his posse died for a made up prophetic cause.

    Again, I am relieved this man’s agenda is no more.

  5. MackiezMom says:

    That is my mantra. We created this monster, and all we have to do to disempower it, is stop buying their oil. And just how do we do that? There are a multitude of ways. Switching to our greatest natural resource, natural gas, would certainly help. Dr. Bill Watenberg suggests that all of our new government orders for vehicles should be for natural gas vehicles. The increased demand, if this were to happen, would lessen the price of the vehicles for the typical auto consumer. With new tech (be it alternate fuel, hybrid, etc…) vehicles, they get less expensive as higher numbers are produced (and the R & D and production costs are split among many vehicles, rather than a relative few).


    “When American technology discovered vast oil wells in the Middle East way back when we unleashed a monster, money bought power and our need for foreign energy is our downfall. Without oil, they have no money, without money they cannot build bombs and train terrorits. Thw west has created a monster that has spun out of control….I appreciate your post TOG…a lot more critical info is available if you google the “Long Report.””

  6. MackiezMom says:

    I am absolutely no good at Germanic spelling. Dr. Bill’s name is actually spelled Wattenburg.

    This is the url to Dr. Bill’s discussion re how we can impact our country’s dependence on foreign oil, by utilizing natural gas powered vehicles. I love his suggestions. He is a man with ideas that have the power to effect change. I also appreciate that he is non-partisan, and respectful of people with different perspectives.

  7. MackiezMom says:

    Once more for that link. It’s not posting.


  8. ThatOneGuy says:

    Ragdoll, that seriously made me laugh. You are the first, and I’m sure the last person that would ever suggest I run for office of any sort. Please don’t take that the wrong way, because I certainly do appreciate it. Not that I think I’m incapable, but seriously. Me running for office would be like a loud fart during a moment of silence at a funeral. At least two people would laugh, and everyone else would be pissed off. I just don’t have it in me to play that sort of game. No matter what, I’ll tell anyone exactly what I think. By nature, I love to challenge authority. It just…it would never work. Hell, my appearances alone would get me booted right out of an election. Besides, you said it yourself. You believe me to be a man of honor, and integrity. Doesn’t that render me ineligible for politics, anyway? :-P

    Thanks for the encouragement, and kind words, though.

  9. Gigi says:

    Please everyone go back…way back to when this all first began with bin Laden. HE was the instigator….HE starved his people to live the life of a king…..the pictures of his extreme audacity can be found in living color all over history depicted online and in books. How would we, as Americans feel if someone with so little regard for human life was doing these things in America today? I am not talking Presidents, Trump, or any other of the extremely wealthy of our society. I am talking about a man who in the midst of horrific poverty and discord continued to set himself up as an idol to people who needed something to believe in. He may not have had weapons of mass destruction but he had mass graves where he buried innocents. If you believe that this man was anything other than a self made idol to people who had nothing then you are not reading your history. Forget politics for a moment and arguments and petty differences of opinion and go to history…it is all well documented. The way this man and his family lived while his people starved was utterly ridiculous. He may not have lived his former lfe of luxury in his final days…but he was certainly not destitute. He was protected, had multiple wives, children and plenty of food and water which is more than most had under his dictatorship. He set himself up as an idol, his statue, picture, likeness adorned every corner….This man was evil…please no more arguments about his death….look at his history and if that does not change your mind about his true being then nothing will. I am a Christian and I believe in our good Lord and Savior and I am not gloating in Osama bin Laden’s death but his earthly deeds will be judged and the Savior will do that not any of us. Yes, by reading each of your political accounts I know that I will be considered nothing more than a stupid Southern Baptist…and so be it….but this arguing is productive to no one other than the feeding the very ones who until now never showed any concern of innocent victims much less a person of known evil. Let’s get back to fighting for the innocent and let the Lord deal with bin Laden. I have nothing but ultimate respect for the readers and posters here but what began as a outlet for our frustrations over years of Osama bin Laden’s horrific dictatorship has become a place for nothing more than a lot of folks buying into some poster’s mindless arguments that they take great joy in stirring the pot. Thank you all for your continual fight for victims but imo bin Laden was no victim.

  10. Tracygirl says:

    Thanks God he is dead!

  11. Ragdoll says:

    Ok TOG. You returned the favour! It was a genuine suggestion but I’ve been in situations where a bad singer at a funeral made me run out of the church. True story. Not the same as a fart but I couldn’t contain myself. I see where you’re coming from :D

    I’m glad I could make you laugh! That is one of my fave things to do in this world. Laughter is soul medicine.

    You got me on the integrity. What was I thinking? Corrupt only need apply! Well, my friend, I’m sure in your own special way, like all of us, you’re answering your calling. May I suggest you use your humour when you challenge authority? You’d have more people listening. ;)

    Thank you, seriously, for that LOLOLOLOL! God bless you friendy!

  12. Ragdoll says:


    PS…everytime I hear John Mellencamp’s Authority Song, I’ll think of you. ‘Rebel with a cause’. <3

  13. Ragdoll says:


    I can’t say that I’m sad he’s dead. I wish there were better ways to deal with specific circumstances like these but until then, extinguishing the evil, imo, is the only way.

    I do not regret the operation that took down bin Laden. The man had an agenda. It was personal and it was hateful.

    To me, this is an example that good prevails, wins, conquers!

    I don’t even want him to rest in peace. I want him to feel the exact hell he brought upon every victim his killing machine affected. I just think that being cocky and celebrating his death is dangerous. I’m not worried about disrespecting him. I’m concerned about the consequences. Let’s not confuse a lack of enthusiasm for being overly cautious.


  14. Gigi says:


    Please don’t misconstrue my post on bin Laden…I agree whole heartedly that he got what he deserved. I was only hoping that some who may not be well enlightened to the horrific deeds he was responsible for would really look into his history. I can in no way even begin to jump into some of the poster’s intellectual discussions. I was an interview coach for a couple of decades and I had to really look into the background of bin Laden’s life and it was inhumane the way he treated those he deemed lesser than himself. Please know that I too believe justice was served when he was killed. My main point was the seemingly back and forth with one poster in particular. It was to the point imo that that poster was enjoying listening to him or her self, ha. You always have great ideas and aspects so I wanted you to know I agree. Have you seen the newest videos being released by the US…bin Laden looks old and he is watching himself on tv….vain, vain. Also sad is the children playing outside of his compound who are playing with toy guns and acting out what they have seen all of their lives. Just wanted you to know my post was not in defense of that evil man. I do not regret the operation, either. And, as a Southern Baptist, ha, I do not think he will rest in peace. Thanks for you good posts and please make certain you know I just want all of us to get ready and fired up for our next battle against evil….Casey Anthony….let’s rock and roll…it is time!

  15. Ragdoll says:


    No worries my friend. I appreciate all opinions, especially when they’re based on convictions. It was my bad for not emphasizing on the many points I agreed with!

    Let’s not let this man, in death, continue to divide and conquer. I’m with you friendy…..it’s time to bring Caylee her due justice!

  16. Ragdoll says:

    PS, Gigi,

    If you saw SNL earlier, the devil was a guest on News Update. Apparently bin Laden is having the time of his life in H E double hockey sticks. He’s just bummed that there are no 72 virgins.

    I was in agreement with you and wanted you to know. That’s what I tried to reflect in my response to you. I didn’t do a good job. I guess I wanted to let kindness have a chance and just listen to what the poster had to say. I do not agree and I know this person does not agree with me. I do sense the poster is a good hearted person and I wanted that to be emphasized rather than labeling each other based on our opinions. I know I’m not a war monger. I hate conflict of any kind. I hate human suffering. As a Christian, I do not believe in the death penalty and yet, I feel like a hypocrite for dancing on his grave, so to speak. To each his own, but I do believe God lead this brave souls to end his life. He will never know peace, you are right about that!

    Happy Mother’s to all the mother’s (that include’s the single fathers/mothers/parents, grandparents, care givers, foster parents, mentors,….all those who make a difference in a child’s life). Thank you for being unconditional love to our babies….all over the world!

  17. chica says:

    unbelievable how binladen a wealthy man! lived and subjected himself to the terrible inviroment. I dont even think they had t.p ewwwwwwwww
    for his wife’s to say they hadnt been outside the compund for over 5 years is bazaar!! what could they possibly do insdie… the mansion as they refer to as they do in the news is not by any means luxurious!!

    Its just big in stature! cheap grade!! anyways I am glad they have eliminated him!! my only concern is to the uniteds states! because we know they will reteliate!! but what about the over 300 people that lost their lives on 911 one man compared to that!! what 72 virgins!! he did a good job of d-virginizing half the population… 20 kids….
    god bless america

    happy mothers day to everyone and to our precious blink!!

  18. John says:

    I am just amazed when I look into Osama’s face and eyes, that I do NOT see a cold blooded mass murderer. I see light and love and humour.
    I see kindness, empathy and sympathy. WHY????? I know he is a terrorist and hates USA, and did everything in his power to destroy the whold country. What happened was much less than he had planned.
    I am pleased that he is dead. Why does he LOOK so nice? Usually when you look at a murderer you can see it in his eyes….Not here.
    Is it because he truly believes he is right?

  19. Amy's Sister says:

    John, I believe Bin Laden saw capitalism (not democracy as most believe) as evil. In some ways he is correct. Please don’t bash me, I’m speaking as a human here, not just an American. Also, I’m not a socialist I just see where our current systems could be torqued to be better than they are now, which is based on consumption and greed.

    The bankers have done a bang up job of ruling the world. Jesus himself warned us about the money changers so I hope I will not be labled a conspiracy theorist for saying so. These greedy bankers have used America to spread and incite hatred for the reward of controlling oil and middle eastern land.

    Osama saw what was happening and through the use of propaganda we have been led to believe it is America and her people that he hated but what he loathed and felt the need to combat was the industrial military complex even Eisenhower warned us of. Why were the twin towers, the very center of commerce, selected? Why was one of our military ships targeted? Because it is our military invading the middle east.

    When we invaded Iraq, 9-11 was the excuse presented to the American people to do so, yet 9-11 had absolutely nothing to do with Saddam Hussein. To this day many Americans still believe he did, so convincing was the propaganda of the time. President GW Bush stated God told him to go into Iraq. Is this any different than Osama feeling as if God has told him to fight evil as he sees it? Is it possible both were misled? I certainly did not believe God told our president to invade Iraq and blast that country with weapons containing depleted uranium.

    Obviously, I do not support terrorism. I also do not support greed. I do support our military, our flag and what it stands for, and our country, the United States of America. I believe we should be protecting our borders and left to be free as our forefathers intended. I believe Bin Laden was an extremist who loved God as he thought he knew Him and really believed he was fighting the devil himself. I don’t think it had anything to do with meeting virgins in the afterlife.

    All JMO.

  20. Eloise says:

    Eloise says:
    August 6, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    I dont know where to put this O/T

    Some members of the Navy SEALS team killed in Saturday’s Chinook crash in Afghanistan were based in Hampton Roads. SEAL Team 6 also known as the Naval Special Warfare Development Group is based in Dam Neck, Va.

    Navy SEALs killed locally based | WAVY.com | Hampton Roads

    In the Osama thread, but my prayers are with there families.

  21. Ragdoll says:

    Eloise says:

    August 6, 2011 at 3:36 pm

    Read that too. They were from the same covert, BUT, the deaths were not the actual Seals involved in Geronimo. Will post on Obama thread too.


    The majority of the Navy SEALs who died belonged to the same covert unit that conducted the raid that killed Osama bin Laden in May, though they were not the same men, the military official said.


    My thoughts and prayers to their families. May God’s love, mercy and comfort be eminent as they carry on.

  22. Ragdoll says:

    The Final Inspection

    A soldier died and stood before God, as must always come to pass.
    He hoped his shoes were shining just as brightly as his brass.

    The Lord said, “Soldier, how shall I deal with you?
    Have you always turned the other cheek,
    To my church have you been true?”

    The soldier squared his shoulders and said,
    “No, Lord, I guess I ain’t,
    ‘Cause those of us that carry guns can’t always be a saint.
    I’ve had to work most Sundays, at times my talk was tough,
    And sometimes I was violent ’cause this world is awfully rough,
    But I never took a dime that wasn’t mine to keep,
    Although I worked a lot of overtime
    When the bills just got too steep.
    I know I don’t deserve a place among the people here,
    They never wanted me around except to calm their fears.
    But if You have a place for me, it needn’t be so grand,
    I never had or expected much, but if You don’t, I’ll understand.”

    And there was a silence around the throne
    Where saints had often trod,
    As the soldier waited for the judgment of his mighty God.
    Suddenly the Lord said, “Step forward, soldier!
    You’ve borne your burdens well.
    Walk peacefully on Heaven’s streets,
    You’ve done your time in hell.”

    By: Peter A. Hornbach

    God bless all who serve. God bless America and Canada..

  23. Ragdoll says:


    Coalition forces in Afghanistan have killed the Taliban insurgents responsible for the downing of a helicopter that left 38 U.S. and Afghan personnel dead, the commander of U.S. forces there and NATO announced Wednesday.


  24. Ragdoll says:


    Here, PEOPLE puts names and faces to these American heroes. The full list of military casualties was released Thursday.


    Alexander Bennett, 23, Army
    Kansas City, Mo.
    Bennett grew up in Tacoma, Wash., before joining the Army and had served in Iraq.

    Darrik Benson, 29, Navy
    Angwin, Calif.
    Benson, a Navy SEAL who grew up in Napa County, Calif., had deployed several times to Afghanistan.

    Brian Bill, 31, Navy
    Stamford, Conn.
    “He had laser focus. But he loved to let loose among his close friends. He’d do Jim Carey impersonations and get on the piano. He had an eclectic taste in music, from Beethoven to Metallica,” a friend, Jonathan Scofield, tells PEOPLE.

    John W. Brown, 33, Air Force
    Siloam Springs, Ark.
    “He was interested in the medical field and told me joining the Air Force was an opportunity to help people in a different way from a hospital. He flew 300 days a year and earned a Bronze Star,” his dad, Dan Brown, tells PEOPLE.

    Chris Campbell, 36, Navy
    Jacksonville, N.C.
    “If Chris though he could, he would try,” his mom tells Jacksonville’s Daily News. He supported the Wounded Warrior Project and was a fun-loving jock who played baseball, football, basketball and surfed.

    David Carter, 47, Army National Guard
    Aurora, Colo.
    Carter, a Colorado National Guardsman from Aurora, was a pilot.

    Jared W. Day, 28, Navy
    Taylorsville, Utah
    “Jared joined the United States Navy because he loved this country, the people who live here, and the freedoms we all have,” his parents said in a statement, according to ABC. “The loss of our son and brother is indescribable, and our love and pride for him is unmatched and can not be measured. Jared’s memory will live in our hearts forever.”

    John Douangdara, 26, Navy
    Sioux City, Iowa
    Douangdara, a SEAL who had grown up in South Sioux City, Neb., was a lead dog handler for his unit.

    Spencer C. Duncan, 21, Army
    Olathe, Kan.
    Duncan, an Army soldier from Kansas, was a helicopter door gunner who had been in Afghanistan only a few months.

    John W. Faas, 31, Navy
    Minneapolis, Minn.
    Faas graduated from Minnehaha Academy in Minneapolis, where he was valedictorian of his class and a quarterback on the football team, reports Minnesota Public Radio. “He was a man of strong faith, a man of strong conviction and was unique in his vision and calling,” his longtime coach and neighbor recalled.

    Patrick Hamburger, 30, Army National Guard
    Grand Island, Neb.
    Hamburger, an Army soldier who grew up in Nebraska, arrived in Afghanistan only last week for his first tour of duty there.

    Andrew W. Harvell, 26, Air Force
    Long Beach, Calif.
    The combat controller lived in Southern Pines, N.C., with his wife, according to the Southern Pines Pilot. He graduated from Long Beach Millikan High School, reports the Long Beach Beachcomber.

    Kevin Houston, 36, Navy
    Cape Cod, Mass.
    “He’d ask to see my Vietnam photo album, then bring out his laptop and show me films of his missions. They were classified, but he said, ‘Aww, I can show you.’ He hugged me like he was my own kid,” Houston’s mentor, veteran Chris Kelly, tells PEOPLE.

    Jonas Kelsall, 33, Navy
    Shreveport, La.
    Kelsall, who also grew up in Shreveport, joined the SEALs and had been promoted to the rank of lieutenant commander.

    Lou Langlais, 44, Navy
    Virginia Beach, Va.
    Langlais was a Navy SEAL who lived in Virginia Beach and worshiped at the same church as Kevin Houston, another of the SEAL killed in the crash.

    Matt Mason, 37, Navy
    Kearney, Mo.

    Mason, a Navy SEAL who grew up in Missouri, had been injured while serving in Iraq.

    Stephen M. Mills , 36, Navy
    Bastrop, Texas
    Mills, of Arlington, Texas, served as a Navy SEAL for 14 years.

    Bryan Nichols, 31, Army
    Kansas City, Mo.
    Nicols, of Kansas City, Mo., was a U.S. Army pilot who was about to return home to his family on a two-week leave.

    Nicholas H. Null, 30, Navy
    Washington, W.Va.
    Null, a graduate of South Parkersburg High School, is survived by his wife Tanya and three children, reports the Parkersburg News.

    Jesse Pittman, 27, Navy
    Angwin, Calif.
    Pittman, a Navy SEAL, was a former firefighter from California.

    Thomas Ratzlaff, 34, Navy
    Green Forest, Ark.
    Ratzlaff, another Navy SEAL, of Green Forest, Ark., leaves behind a wife and two sons. He and his wife were expecting a daughter this fall.

    Robert James Reeves, 32, Navy
    Shreveport, La.
    Reeves, a Navy SEAL, grew up in Shreveport, La., and had been deployed to war zones more than a dozen times.

    Heath Robinson, 34, Navy
    Petoskey, Mich.
    Robinson, a Navy SEAL, grew up in Petoskey, Mich.

    Nick Spehar, 24, Navy
    Chisago City, Minn.
    Spehar, of Chisago City, Minn., joined the SEALs and is remembered as a “quiet leader.”

    Michael Strange, 25, Navy
    Mayfair, Penn.
    Strange was a Navy SEAL who grew up in Philadelphia but had recently moved to Virginia and had become engaged. He wanted to be a nurse and always brought his grandma flowers.

    “It was a thing between him and me to say ‘love to love’ before we hung up the phone. Last time, I forgot, and he called me right back,” Strange, 78, tells PEOPLE through tears. “For what he did in the SEALs, he was very tender.”

    Jon Tumilson, 35, Navy
    Rockford, Iowa
    Tumilson, a native of Rockford, Iowa, served in the SEALs and would have had 20 years in the Navy in three years.

    Aaron Vaughn, 30, Navy
    Union City, Tenn.
    Vaughn, a Navy SEAL, got married three years ago and lived with his family in Virginia Beach.

    Kraig Vickers, 36, Navy
    Maui, Hawaii
    Vickers was an explosive-ordnance-disposal specialist in the Navy who grew up in Hawaii.

    Jason Workman, 32, Navy
    Blanding, Utah
    Workman, a SEAL who grew up in Utah, had served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Brazil and Pennsylvania.

    Daniel Zerbe, 28, Navy
    Red Lion, Pa.
    Zerbe, from Pennsylvania, was a pararescue jumper in the Air Force.

    Lest. We. Forget. <3

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