Klavan on the Culture: It’s OK to celebrate bin Laden’s death

May 20, 2011

In this week’s edition, Andrew Klavan looks at fat-slob hack directors, unprincipled politicians, and sanctimonious, hypocritical comedians liberal public figures and asks: Hey, if they can celebrate(1) whacking Osama bin Laden, why shouldn’t we?

(1) Except Michael Moore, who is at least consistent in his moonbattery.

(Crossposted at Sister Toldjah)

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Seal Team 6, you have your next target

May 20, 2011

According to Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf, the refugee from a medieval lunatic asylum al Qaeda number two Ayman al-Zawahiri has been named the jihad-terror group’s leader:

Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reports that it has read classified documents from the Dutch secret intelligence organization (AIVD).

According to the documents, Al-Zawahiri was appointed as Al Qaeda’s new leader during a meeting on May 9, a week after the death of OBL.

“On May 9, the leadership of Al Qaeda elected Al-Zawahiri during a meeting in the tribal areas, between Afghanistan and Pakistan”, an intelligence source told the newspaper.

And that’s not all: according to Dutch intelligence, the monster from Maadi (Egypt) himself proposed to elect Sa’ad bin Laden, one of Bin Laden’s sons. He refused, however. Al Qaeda’s leaders then proceeded to appoint Al-Zawahiri.

All those present swore an oath of allegiance to the Egyptian terrorist (bayat).

Apparently bin Laden’s spawn, Sa’ad bin Laden, was named to al Qaeda’s governing council, perhaps as an eventual successor to Zawahiri.

While this report hasn’t been confirmed yet (earlier information named Saif al-Adel as al Qaeda’s interim head), Public Secrets would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the good doctor on his promotion to admiral:

SEAL Team 6 should be by with the Welcome Wagon, shortly.