MY DIARY 2006 Osama bin Laden
Bin Laden’s diaries were discovered in Pakistan after his death in 2011. They prove America’s Most Wanted to be a natural raconteur: insightful, fascinating, funny, egotistical, paranoid and vain. He reveals his thoughts on some of the most influential people of our age: Rumsfeld, Cheney, Saddam, Blair, Kim Jong-il and his bête noir and obsession, the cowboy of the Western world, George W. Bush. More
Several of Bin Laden’s diaries were discovered in Pakistan after his death in 2011. This 2007 diary was written in the caves along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, where the world’s once most wanted terrorist passed his days playing Monopoly, watching The Simpsons, phoning Mummy in Saudi Arabia, popping Valium, preventing his Deputy from taking over as leader, and fantasizing about having a passionate affair with Laura Bush. He also reveals his thoughts on some of the most influential people of our age: Rumsfeld, Cheney, Rice, Rove, Saddam Hussein, Mullah Omar, Blair and Kim Jong-il. But his bête noir and obsession is the Cowboy of the Western World, the President of the United States, Georgie Porgie himself.