Osama bin Laden finally won: Michael Moore

Academy award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore says 'Laden won'

Michael Moore
American filmmaker Michael Moore. Photo: Reuters

World-renowned US filmmaker and writer Michael Moore said that in view of the chaotic situation in the United States over Afghanistan, al-Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden was the one who won.

Michael Moore wrote a long article on his website on September 7 titled 'In the End, Bin Laden Won'.

Moore created a stir around the world by making a documentary titled 'Fahrenheit 9/11'. On September 11, 2001, the United States was attacked by terrorists.

Fahrenheit 9/11, a critical documentary about the war policies of then US President George Bush. It was screened in theaters in the United States breaking all records of all time.

Academy Award-winning film director Moore said Osama bin laden could see the chaos of his enemy even through death. He said the US was involved in the real militancy of war and extinction in conflict among themselves.

Moore also said he had visited the Taliban in Afghanistan two years before the September 11, 2001 attack. 

Just two years later, the world trade center was attacked. Osama bin Laden wanted to bankrupt America economically, politically, and morally. 

Osama bin Laden wanted to kill more American people. To erase America's dream. Osama bin Laden sees it happening even after death.

Moore added that Osama bin Laden wanted to prove to the world that America could be defeated even by the persons living in caves, who don't even have a fighter jet or BlackHawk helicopter. Osama bin Laden knew that the 9/11 attacks would take America to a long war.

Moore further said that even though the US claims victory by killing Osama bin Laden, he (Osama bin Laden) can see the results of his actions through death today.

America is now fighting among itself every day.


Moore writes in his long article that the real militants are capitalism and climate change. The economic system based on greed and theft in capitalism is forcing people to live in flooded basements today.

"The window to solve the problem of climate change has been closed," Moore said. 'Now we are expecting to turn around through a historic destruction.'

Special correspondent, New York. 2021-08-09

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