2011: Year of the Dead Terrorist

February 19, 2011   |  

What an amazing year for having our enemies die. America didn’t manage to kill them all, but that doesn’t mean Americans can’t revel in their deaths nonetheless.

The big one has to be Osama bin Laden, killed by Seal Team VI on May 1 of 2011. I went out and bought a bottle of Dom Perignon to celebrate our long, painful decade coming to a close.

Anwar Al-Awlaki, also killed by America. A somewhat controversial death, since he was an American citizen. Regardless, WHEEEE! That’s the sonofabitch that trained up the likes of Ft Hood terrorist Maj. Nidal Hassan.

On October 20th, Libyan Dictator and perpetrator of the PanAm Lockerbie massacre, Muammar Ghadaffi was killed by rebels in his own country.

Fazul Abdullah Mohammed, wanted for the 1998 bombings of US Embassies in East Africa, was killed in Somalia this year, on June 8.

And last night word came over the wire that the comical antagonist of Team America: World Police, that irascible character Kim Jong Il of North Korea had died at the age of 69.

Now the world waits for Sean Penn’s buddy Hugo Chavez to succumb to his cancer. With any luck, he’ll go down before the bells toll for the New Year.

Personally, my year hasn’t been great. I think it’s been rough for a lot of people. But the silver lining has been the plethora of black souls heading south in 2011.

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