React S2 • E7

KIDS REACT to Osama bin Laden's Death





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Published on May 8, 2011


This is a special episode of KIDS REACT - It is important to take pause when historical events occur and to reflect on how the next generation views the actions of our ever changing world. Though this is a more serious subject than our usual episodes, it is valuable to learn from the insights of more innocent eyes than our own. Next week we will return to our usual programming. Thank you.

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President Obama on Death of Osama bin Laden

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Kids React to Osama Bin Laden's Death

Kids React to President Obama on Death of Osama bin Laden Speech

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It is interesting on how much the United States has changed since these terrorist attacks in 2001. I remember visiting New York before 2001 and I could take pictures freely and walk around with ease. I went back there last year and was questioned by police officers several times from just taking pictures of a bank and other landmarks. The United States seems more like a police state now with fear and paranoia. American rights have even been taken away by government in the name of security. The News seems to only talk about war, terrorism, and fear. I feel sorry for Americans for having to live in such a society and I feel sorry for you young people who are not old enough to know anything different.
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Some of these kids sound more grown up then actual "adults"
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I like William. He's smart. I hope my kids are like him. I was their age when 9/11 actually happened and I didnt understand what was going on. I just knew my cartoons weren't on that day lol
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Mike Nord
I was 5 When 9/11 happened, I remember watching it on morning news right before school started, I was literally so scared I refused to go that day
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Jérémie Bihin
William is really mature, it's impressive.
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I'm American and while I felt pride knowing justice had been done for 9/11 I know that celebrating a death isn't something one should do. That ten year old summed it up good. "It is a man's life, a bad man, but still a man."
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William is really mature. It's impressive. I want my kids to be like that.
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Shadow Phoenix
I like the one kid who said he's still a man. That's being a true peacekeeper.
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Shukria Hussain
An eye for an eye, makes the whole world go blind.
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Diego Pimentel
They dont understand. I saw the second plane hit LIVE with my own two eyes.
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