OSAMA gone, OBAMA won?

Since the death of Osama Bin Laden on May 1st 2011 there has been a great global sigh of relief. In America there were huge celebrations and Osama paid his respects at Ground zero to those lives lost there and in the kamikaze planes. The big question is, ‘Is the world really safe now?’

Experts believe that advocates of Osama Bin Laden may be destabilized with his impromptu death. Rudy Guiliani, the former Mayor of New York, however feels that the whole world should be on red alert. I think Osama’s absence simply means there’s one less terrorist on the planet to worry about. There’s a whole lot of psychos out there with a death wish. I just don’t want to be around when there’s a KABOOM!

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This is a funny Naija blog by a Nigerian blogger. My online name is Jollof and I am a young Nigerian male residing in Lagos. The Crazy Nigerian is a blog that takes a unique perspective of my personal life and life in general. It’s funny, direct and quite unpredictable. Expect a post at least once a week. Look out for my gut-busting book, The Crazy Nigerian out now! Comments are welcome and you can subscribe on the right-hand side of the home page if you enjoyed the articles. My contact email address is dcrazynigerian@gmail.com
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4 Responses to OSAMA gone, OBAMA won?

  1. re: Your use of the word psycho. True there are terrorists out there. I didn’t say dangerous terrorists since that is a redundancy. Terrorist implies dangerous. However to the contrary psycho is of course short for psychotic. The psychiatric definition of psychotic is someone whose lost touch with reality. The fact is while each person who is psychotic is mentally ill not every person with a psychiatric diagnosis is psychotic. I know being a mental health advocate that the term psycho can be quite disparaging and hurtful. Please note that mental illnesses are true illnesses and not something to be made fun of. I know because I am being successfully treated for a form of bipolar disorder.

    • jollof says:

      Hi Carol. I appreciate your response and good observation. I was using the word ‘psycho’ in direct reference to people who want to kill others and themselves in the process. I wasn’t using the word in the technical sense and so I apologize if it came across as offensive and insensitive. I do wish you a speedy recovery and hope that you will drop by my blog again. Warm regards…

    • Oh wow another person taking things out of context…

  2. --Rick says:

    Let’s not forget about al Qaeda second in command, <a href="http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2012/12/in_an_online_video_r.phpAyman al Zawahiri and his influence on other leaders in the Arab Spring mix and his call for Shari’a law’s inclusion in any new constitution or government order. This fight is far from over.

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