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"Intelligent response"? To your carefully thought out question?
I'm going to stop feeding the trolls now. There are articles all over the internet as to why what you and "Ex Muslim" say is rubbish. Mehdi's written one himself for the NS that addresses the accusations put by Felix. But don't let facts spoil your fun, eh? Quotes out of context are much better than facts obviously.
Well, we didn't. That ugly alien is dead now.
There’s that “WE” again? You people are trying so hard to be players. What would possibly be the point of Osama Bin Hiding entering
negotiations with Brits? He may as well get talking with the Albanians. Osama is a walking dead man. To kill him now would take the motivation from the US populace to continue the war. At the appropriate time his head will grace the point of an American Marine’s bayonet for all to see.
''To kill him now would take the motivation from the US populace to continue the war. At the appropriate time his head will grace the point of an American Marine’s bayonet for all to see.''
Buckskin. Another 'kin zealot,( or troll) but more stupid.
Ooops - for the avoidance of doubt I meant Buckskin is another 'kin zealot.
Idiotic comments like that, your sexual harassment of Laurie Penny and general troll like behaviour on these forums don't do much for the quality of debate.
Mehdi Hasan is a contributing writer for the New Statesman and the co-author of Ed: The Milibands and the Making of a Labour Leader. He was the New Statesman's senior editor (politics) from 2009-12.