Osama bin Laden criticized blacks
A reader in the Intelligence Community writes:
There I was, at my desk this afternoon minding my own business and doing my job, when my boss sends out an email (over the classified system) containing a translation of one of Osama bin Laden’s messages to an Al Qaida associate. Of course, I cannot divulge the contents, but it seems OBL had some very unflattering things to say about Africa and Africans in general, based on his own struggle to run a business in Sudan and the experiences of his underlings throughout Africa. He used words such “treacherous,” “deceitful,” “corrupt,” “anti-business,” “unreliable,” and he talks of one of his people being murdered there. Had the president and the attorney general known about these venomous, anti-black attitudes of OBL, I think they would have ordered him captured alive and brought to Guantanamo primarily to attend sensitivity training.
James P. writes:
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Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 03, 2011 01:51 PM | Send