Large crowds formed outside the White House to celebrate, singing "The Star-Spangled Banner" and "We Are the Champions." President Barack Obama announced Sunday night in a televised news conference : "Osama bin Laden, the Saudi extremist whose al-Qaida terrorist organization killed more than 3,000 people in coordinated attacks on the U.S. on Sept. 11, 2001, is dead, and U.S. has recovered his body. This is why large crowds were formed outside the White House to celebrate – because of death. I don’t know for sure whether Osama bin Laden was directly responsible for what he has been accused of. And I don’t know how any of us can be sure of anything until we have first investigated ourselves.
There are so many within our world who are struggling and barely surviving, and plenty who are dying with no assistance whatsoever, where no one even knows there name. We accept and allow wars and senseless killings daily and we avoid seeing the blood of others upon our own hands. We are being led to follow those who have the power of money in their pockets . And we party as if we have accomplished something, when there is nothing to celebrate. There is not ‘One Man’ guilty, ‘We as a World are all Guilty’, according to what we accept and allow instead of seeing for ourselves what the hell we are participating within and as.
How have we come to celebrate death? Let’s be honest, we continue to nail people to a cross, to bare the burden of what we choose to not see existing within ourselves… I sat in silence and breathed as tears ran down my face for us all, for what we’ve all become. We have to stop. We have to Stand Up and take Self-Responsibility in Self-Honesty and say, ‘Enough, No more killing’.
Instead – We Stand Up for All, and we support a Real Solution, an Equal Money System and World Equality. To bring about a World where all life lives in dignity, free from greed and corruption. Only then, when the Solution of Equality is here, will we have something to celebrate.