拉登被殺,好事

奧巴馬總統親自宣布,拉登己經被殺,小弟作為南洋人,十分歡迎。

拉登死咗,當然唔代表恐怖分子會停止做嘢。但係以回教國家歷史嚟睇,好似拉登咁嘅級數嘅領袖一去,除咗財源、資源會大爭奪外,恐怖分子內部嘅派系亦會為爭奪領導權互相開大片,可以佢地熱中於自己殺自己,可能仲多於搞恐怖襲擊,所以世界各國領袖歡迎拉登被殺,可以理解。

另一方面,亦因為反恐戰爭,南洋經濟又好,民眾生活又好,受到幾多創傷。印尼硬食過幾次由回教祈禱團搞出嚟嘅恐怖襲擊,不單影響旅遊業等方面,亦影響其他國家嚟嘅投資,印尼國民出外旅遊,喺簽證上亦諸多麻煩。拉登死咗,係時候還回教國家國民一個公道。

至於對住拉登駛唔駛講程序公正,生擒到拉登去受審或者係好事,但拉登發動係一場戰爭,唔係一般暴力犯罪,對於呢種以平民為目標嘅戰爭行為,只能格殺勿論(Shoot to kill),一點婦人之仁都不可以。

後話:本來想鬧爆不敗的魔術師呢件垃圾,但後嚟覺得不必,一旦香港有機會獨立,送呢啲人返中國住就得,等佢地自己返去佢地認同嘅國家做中國人,如果佢地唔係好似果啲「港英舊電池」咁,英國人在就親英,中國人上台就親共嘅話。呢啲「長樂老人」,有讀中國歷史都知呢啲友仔,不值一提。對中共而言,民族主義只係用嚟呃人嘅垃圾,附和嘅人,唔係真心膠,就係一啲中共政權嘅幫兇,同五毛黨一樣。對住佢同脫苦海好簡單,我睇佢地講乜,對住呢啲政權幫兇,係要一副對住拉登一類人嘅心腸。

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11 responses to “拉登被殺,好事

  1. lantern

    小弟反而覺得,就咁殺咗佢,對於呢啲視死為榮嘅惡魔來講,反而便宜咗佢。呢啲人應該鎖喺黑牢被折磨一世。

  2. “不敗的魔術師"……佢真不配用呢個名囉。不過呢類牆頭草,恥笑下都無妨。呵呵!

  3. echykr

    For the past few months, bin Laden and al-Qaeda has been pretty much irrelevant as the Arab world has emphatically rejected them while overthrowing the regimes in Tunisia and Egypt and rising up to arms against the likes of Gaddafi, all had nothing to do with al-Qaeda’s brand of violent Islamism.

    In other words, al-Qaeda has been defeated politically long before yesterday, yesterday was just one of the nails, if not the final nail, in their coffin.

    Good bye and good riddance to bad rubbish.

  4. Henry Chan

    好多主流媒體及一般人(包括西方國家如BBC)一直都搞錯左,其實現在已冇"海豹六隊"呢個單位存在,現在名稱係叫United States Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU),基本上佢地同Delta(1st SFOD-D)一樣,可視為一支獨立既特種部隊(不過 DEVGRU為海豹之中既精銳則為事實).DEVGRU與Delta一樣是同等級的,亦即最高級別的Tier 1(海豹只不過為Tier 2),

  5. Helen Wong

    看了這個BLOG很久….一直很同意你的論點….我本人也是讀政治的…希望你繼續發表多些評論

  6. alvin

    echykr – what gives you the idea that the overthrowing of the Mubarak regime in Egypt equates a rejection of radical Islam? With all due respect, I think you’re completely wrong.

    First of all, Mubarak himself is against radical Islam, so much so that Muslim Brotherhood, the organization that originated in Egypt and were the precursor to Hamas and Hezbollah, were outlawed under Mubarak. As soon as Mubarak was ousted, not only were the Muslim Brotherhood legitimized, but they demanded a bigger say at the political reform process. It may take a couple of elections, but Muslim Brotherhood may end up being a political force to be reckoned with in Egypt.

    Moving on to Libya. As crazy as Gaddafi is, the rebels are no angels either. To deny the existence of radical Islamic elements among the Libyan rebels is simply naive.

    And don’t forget Al Qaeda is rapidly gaining ground in both Somalia and Yemen, and one cannot discount the possibility that AQ may hook up with the Libyan rebels and make post-Gaddafi Libya a safe haven for AQ and radical Islam.

    The mainstream media is painting a way too rosy picture ever since the Jasmine Revolution. The situation is too fluid with far too many variables in place to assume victory, break out the champagne and sing Kumbaya.

  7. Joel

    I think Mark Steyn’s dissent serves a good point:

    http://www.steynonline.com/content/view/4015/28

    “Osama was the bad half of Islam’s good cop/bad cop routine. Millions of Muslims support his goals – the wish to live under Islamic law in Amsterdam, London, Toronto and Falls Church, Virginia – but have no wish to fly planes into skyscrapers to accomplish them, and, even if they did, they understand they don’t need to. In the absence of the bad cop of jihadist attacks, the good cop of remorseless incremental Islamization will accomplish far more than Afghan-trained boneheads with shaved genitals and Semtex belts ever could. Osama bin Laden is dead and I’m glad – and I certainly regret that he got to live the high life of a retired Pakistani businessman this last decade. But it was never about him, and what it is about goes on, whether we’re paying attention or not. "

    Indeed

  8. echykr

    Hey, alvin, no need to be so friggin aggressive even if your points are indeed valid.

    That’s the problem with some of you here, simply assuming everyone is a “naive bleeding-heart lefty" if you see something wrong with their argument. I see myself as firmly in the wishy-washy centre, neither left nor right.

    I am always open to corrections to flaws in my arguments, but I was never comfortable with this “I am right and you are wrong" culture.

    I’d be lying if I said I didn’t find your “completely wrong" declaration to be offensive and downright arrogant to my wussy senses. Let’s just have a nice discussion, okay?😉

    Anyway, nobody is saying that the AQ is finished as a force, but the fact that they were largely insignificant and inactive in the past few months speaks volume. Of course it is up to the new regime and protest movement to ensure that AQ doesn’t hijack them, I do not deny that.

    But I vehemently resent the accusation that I’m being naive here.

  9. Bankers' Arms

    We should celebrate on this watershed!

  10. Henry Chan

    其實亦都解釋到威廉王子為何取消渡蜜月,而要返回軍隊報到既原因

  11. Pierre Cheung

    英國外交部還建議海外英國國民遠離大規模集會,國防部則下令英國在本土及海外的軍隊「保持高度警戒」。

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