I’m sad the usual human rights advocates of the enemies of the Western world are delighted in yet another death.
Clearly they fail to see the fact poor Barzan's head came off is highly symbolic because ether...
It shows the Iraqi administration can barely achieve a hanging (let alone a government). Or they are so barbaric they certainly aren't fit too.
So (Ironically) perhaps we should have given the condemned men to Muqtada-al-Sadr. He would probably have used a sword and therefore it would been a
lot cleaner. After all Muqtada-al-Sadr hates Ba’thists about as much we hate him, because he thinks Ba’thists mimic us.
And as I said at the death of Saddam: “Saddam is dead; long live the need for a Saddam
” the same is equally true with regards to these fine
men. Because in order to improve the economy and daily lives of Iraqis (plus stability of the Middle East) we need a secular government in Iraq. But a
secular government can only be a dictatorship (as long 60% of the Iraqi population are Shiite Muslim Fundamentalists).
Sadly more death can be expected so long as the American President is killing Fundamentalists with one hand; and opening up the bed covers towards the
other. Even so; (by virtue of its nature) it won’t be very long till the “bed” of Iraqi (democratic) government is itself on fire; and when that
happens (next Iraqi elections) it won’t be mission accomplished; but lesson demonstrated (and myself vindicated!).
The fact the vast majority of Iraqis want us out:
/news/2005/10/23/wirq23.xml&sSheet=/portal/2005/10/23/ixportaltop.html (MOD opinion poll over a year
Kind of underlines just what sort of fire this will be; especially when Shiites are not only generally supportive of Iran, but also Sharia law.
God help Iraq’s Sunnis (who are generally like us) and likewise oppose all this.
To demonstrate this fact it was one of their “rogue”
elements who blew up the graves of some of the wretched idiots (oppose I meant “prophets”) who founded Sharia law.
However if Shiites were threatening to kill my wife-women for e.g. not wearing the veil; then I too would be tempted to join one of the Resistance
groups and blow up their stupid sacred stone buildings-tombs. Hopefully I wouldn’t do it though; as it was this act which caused a major escalation
in the civil war “like” fighting in Iraq. Even so I'm just glad that some of the founders of Sharia law have had their graves disturbed; even
though Saddam protected ethnic groups against this sort of violence (and hence like under countless leaders before both Shiite and Sunni Mosques stood
side by side for hundreds of year’s right up to this current age of demolition, and former leader hanging).
Why do people on here call killers of Muslim Fundamentalist heroes when they’re in the army, but rejoice in their deaths when they’re former
leaders of the Ba’th Party?
Surely the absence of the 650,000 lives lost since 2003 (primarily through Iraqis fighting Iraqis) shows that (in their leadership) these men were
bigger guarantees against death than causers of it?
And if the Ba’th Party was still in charge we wouldn’t be needed there now (like how in reality
we weren’t needed there in the first
[edit on 090705 by Liberal1984]