Well if you think happy is much to strong. How about being relieved?
Was the day of the death of Alexander the Great, Caeasar, Hitler, Stalin, Lening or you name it a “happy” day? Well I guess it very depends. If you had been supressed or conquered you surely was happy that days. But all in all, you did not know what would come next. Still if the infrastructure of slaughter still was in place (and even aver HItlers death the ward did go on for 4 months. And theses months were terrible for “the normal soldier”. If you’d not been killed by the “enemies” you would end in front of firing squad.
If you did not catch the right timing you were shooten by some own fanatics in the name of the “Endsieg”.
Now can one be happy about the death of Osama. I guess with some assurance at least some were happy that day. But still does it have meant the end of Al Quaida? Surely not. So one devil is gone (which probably is seen as a saint from others) but still Osama happily and readily wanted to kill Americans whereever he could. So anyway I guess many were if not happy quite relieved.
Now if one can be relieved about whom’s death one could be relieved these days? If we see the damage done by fiat-money and central banks. I’d to admit I would kind of be relieved of seeing this entities die. Agreed that are not men directly (because even if E.g Obama or Merkel would be gone, the infrastructure of suppression and misery are still in place. So we would not really win a grain of freedom. Anyway I would be happy to see the complete idea of fiat-money and central banks die. However the days of this fiat-money round are counted. Every new credit for “saving” whatever is just digging a little bit deeper….
So yes I would be happy about the death of central banks and fiat-money. And I would not be happy or relieved but it would be a kind of satisfaction if the current deledefs would have to go…..