I'm of the mindset that while it's understandable for people to be relieved that this man has finally been caught, it's completely crass to actually be celebrating. I personally don't think people should ever celebrate violence. It's revenge/justice/however you see it, but it's still violence and hate.
How are things?
Could you elaborate a little more please?
Remembering that the US killed tens of thousands of innocent Vietnamese children, Lao children, Serbian children and more recently 1000's of Afghan and Iraqi children. How do you think all the parents, uncles and aunties and brothers and sisters of these children feel? Do you think some of them might want revenge for what the US has done and is still doing?
The US is the leader of the world. And revenge and murder is the example it is setting. Not a very good example to set.
I am of course biased since I'm not american and I probably don't feel so strongly about 11/9 than most americans do.
However, I find the big celebrations and praising the death of another human beeing (no matter how perverse) immature and irrational. His death will not solve any of your problems. Not even a terrorism problem.
Killing of Osama only satisfies feelings for revenge and nothing more. And the amount of money that was spent on wars justified by events of 11/9 is outrageous. 3000 people died in the attacks, yet 1 000 000 americans die each year of cancer and heart problems. You don't want to compare money spent on wars with budget for cancer research.
I didn't want to hurt anybody's feelings, but I don't understand this irrationality. Less emotions and more brains!