Jan 2, 2007

World Reaction : Saddam's Execution

Another Neocon tool is dead. (image from The Unapologetic Mexican

Pvt. Keepout, commenting on No Quarter, gives us this...

655,000+1. What an inspiring achievement. All the Xtian taliban, Likud shills, oil patch cronies, military/industrial errand boys & girls and other assorted corporate nut rinsers who populate and fluff the Cheney administration jackasses must be harder than a wedding pecker (or wetter than a West Viginia gully washer, depending) at this bit of snuff porn. Me, not so much.

See, I figured we had better things to do than kill 655000 innocent Iraqis, waste over 3249 faithful US/UK coalition soldiers, maim another 8000 and wound another 36000, trash our reputation and burn through $2 trillion we could've spent advancing real national interests just so Moqtada al-Sadr and Ali Khamenei can have their long overdue revenge and hegemonic moment in the sun. I've always been a bit (actually quite a bit) socially awkward. Fuck it.

It's a good thing old Justice Robert Jackson ain't alive to witness this dog's breakfast. He'd fucking flip so fucking bad, old Total Dick and half the cabinet would have their hair mussed so bad they'd regret the day they were spawned. But that'd actually be good, seeing Justice Jackson kick Cheney's nutsack into his watchpocket.

Here, let me thrown in some party cheer:

"Who encouraged Saddam to invade Iran in 1980, which was the greatest war crime he has committed for it led to the deaths of a million and a half souls? And who sold him the components for the chemical weapons with which he drenched Iran and the Kurds? We did. No wonder the Americans, who controlled Saddam's weird trial, forbad any mention of this, his most obscene atrocity, in the charges against him. Could he not have been handed over to the Iranians for sentencing for this massive war crime? Of course not. Because that would also expose our culpability."

(From) A dictator created then destroyed by America by Robert Fisk, The Independent, 30 December 2006 (article link below)

The Cheney administration fails to realize this primitive exculpatory provocation merely sows the wind. Please, don't nobody spoil the surprise by pointing out that whirlwind stuff, OK? Thanks.
Posted by: Pvt. Keepout Sunday, 31 December 2006 at 14:20

Here's some opinion and news items from around the globe...

US : NO Quarter

Australia: Common Dreams


UK - The Independent : Dictator Created by America

India : The Hindu

France : News24

Israel : Jerusalem Post

Israel : Haaretz


caveman said...

I had this friend once in the 70s..we were best buddies..he helped kick another gangs ass..was so cool...then the rat bastard turned on me and started talking shit with me...I kicked his ass....bout the same as Saddam..you win some ya lose some..so...I am thinking you want Saddam back alive and in power right?

vanguard said...

oh you "kicked a gang's ass," did you caveman? where was this? the wilds of nebraska? heavy cave rumble?

and "win some lose some?" are you fucking serious? i mean what are you even talking about? what has been won by americas violent hypocrisy and shitstirring in the M.E.? what has been won? the right for morons to wave a flag?

"about the same"... america's use of saddam and similar dictators and countries is not the same as an imaginary gangfight thirty+ years ago!

you are a serious case of the typical nonthinking dumbasstalking american that is despised around the world and i'm ashamed to share a comment thread with you, let alone a country.

Frederick said...

Caveman, did you guys snap your fingers and sing when you walked through the dark allyways of El Paso?

When you're a Jet,
You're a Jet all the way
From your first cigarette
To your last dyin' day.

Fade said...

Do not fear your enemies. The worst they can do is kill you. Do not fear friends. At worst they may betray you. Fear those who do not care; they neither kill nor betray, but betrayal and murder exists because of their silent consent. --Bruno Jasienski (Yasensky)

Evil is relative…You can’t hang a sign on it. You can’t touch it or taste it or cut it with a sword. Evil depends on where you are standing, pointing your indicting finger. --Glen Cook The Black Company

HillCountryGal said...

Justice Robert Jackson. Now there was a MAN who understood the rule of law & made it his mission to enforce it. The Nuremberg Trials would have been a sham without him.

caveman said...

now wait a little sec Vanguard..the only one that can cus me out is Fade and Ferd..Vanguard before you sit down to take your piss.. remember this I am from Texas we have a bit of manners here..never would I call you names like dumbass terrorist hugging Saddam blowing communist wannabe Cindy Sheehan....nope ...So since you have pissed off caveman ..all I wanna know is what country your from?..

Hill im sure ya think Iraq is better without Saddam?

Fred...it was a bad place here in the late 70s..im sure you would have had mucho fun ehhhh..like Iraq..