The Guardian removes Osama bin Laden's "Letter to America" from 2002 article because woke Gen Z is praising the terrorist on TikTok and saying he was right
· Nov 16, 2023 · NottheBee.com

This video, I regret to inform you, is real:

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we've reached the point in our history where the cool kids who "stand with Palestine" are openly supporting Osama bin Laden.

We live in the worst timeline.

Osama bin Laden's "Letter to America" has been widely circulated for over 20 years. It is not known if Bin Laden actually wrote it. In the letter, it criticizes the West for the "occupation" of Palestine, military campaigns in Somalia and the rest of the Islamic world, sanctions, and other foreign policy. The letter says attacking American civilians is justified because America claims to be governed democratically and thus every man, woman, and child is responsible for the government's decisions.

I guess woke Gen Z is finally learning about how terrorists justify the brutal slaughter of their enemies... and realize they have a lot in common with them!

The Guardian published the article with the letter on November 24, 2002.

It removed that article this week because people were sharing it "out of context," which I translate as "people are supporting mass genocidal maniacs and we are confused."

Another version has also been deleted off Scribd.

I hate to tell you, but this was always the end-goal of neo-commie land acknowledgments, tearing down statues, The 1619 Project, and CRT classes. Wokies have been brainwashed into thinking that America is the Great Satan.

Remember this meme/video?

Yeah, I'm gonna update it.


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