Kardox - The Kurdish View

The Kurdish view of Middle Eastern politics

Location: Kurdistan - NOT IRAQ!, Kurdistan - NOT IRAQ!, Iraq

I am a 30 year old businessman in Hawler (Arbil, north Iraq). I have lived in Europe for almost 15 years, but now I work for a family investment company. Surely I would like to let know you people more, but I want to stay in once peace. I love bloging because it gives me the satisfaction to write about my thoughts.

Wednesday, July 14, 2004

Saddam and his gang must be executed

Generally I am against death penalty for anyone. Europe has already abolished the death penalty while the USA still executes the death penalty in some of its states. But still I would gladly kill Saddam with my bear hands and still feel good enough to start with his other gang members too. I would make Abu Gharib prison look like kinder garden when I am done with these men.

And later that night I would sit down and eat a good Kurdish steak with French red win and smile like never before.

The death penalty must stop after the death of Saddam and his gangs, Saddam was the one whom started this “murder” culture and with him it shall be the end of it. He created the laws that put people in front of the barrel of guns, and shoot down, he too should face it.

The most proper why to execute the penalty would be the following:
On the 16 of March 2005, he should be shot dead and send it live via television so all his victims see him die. The soldiers that stand by and shoot must consist of 3 Kurds, 2 Shiites, 1 Sunni.

For his cousin Ali “Chemical”, he should be brought to Halabaja and be hanged in the center of the city where he killed more than 10 000 people (from all around areas) with chemical attacks. His feet must never toach the ground of Halabja, instead his should be carried by a machine and the put into a plastic bodybag and send him home to Tikrit when he takes his last breath of air.

For other members whom are responsible for carrying out the murders they too should be sentenced to death by hanging.

Well you probably think I am a brutal person. Well, let’s take a minute and think about this. A serial killer in the USA get sentenced to death and you see thousands of people supporting the decision. Well, what if the serial killer is a gang that kills a half of million people? How many Americans would call for the death penalty then?

On the issue of Saddam’s trail
Calling for a “fair” trail of Saddam Hussien just an other tool for left-wing westerns and anti-Americans who want to demoralize the course and to show the world how “unfair” the USA is.

They should call for an “open” trail, and the facts about Russia, China, France, Germany and many other left-wing countries military supported Saddam should come out.

Unfair or fair trail, the facts of what his man did must be acknowledged and shown to the west-blind-peace-anti-war people so the can have nightmares about the crimes this man committed against his people and the Kurds. And MAYBE they could just feel a bit guilty about defending him by calling him worse than Bush.

Saddam’s lawyers that are paid by Ba’ath murders via a cover up “organization” from Jordan. Some are there to take some of some piece of the billions of dollars that Saddam’s daughters have saved from the gang money. What stupid man gave them the liberty to take refugee to Jordan (was it the stupid Talabani?).


Blogger emigre said...

Yes many parties supported Saddam for their own personal gain, including members of the current US administration. Would you be happy for us to hang them as well?

The trouble with executing people is that it doesn't solve the root of the problem. Perhaps execution provides momentary revenge but it does not prevent other tyrants from coming to power, in fact political executions all too often facilitate the rise of new tyrants.

It is a given that "fair" trial means "open" trial. That is why some people, particularly those who work in and understand the legal system, are so concerned that the trial be conducted fairly/openly.

July 15, 2004 at 4:46 AM  
Blogger Mike O said...

Sorry, but I must respectfully disagree the Sadaam's gang is the *only* ones that need to be put down like the mad dogs they are. While they may top the list, there are plent of others that belong there. Some don't qualify based on quantity, but on visciousness. An example; a thug here in Texas fed a woman- alive- into a tree shredder and killed several other people, including a casual acquaintence just to prove to someone that he'd kill *anyone*. Put this guy in prison for life? Then the death penalty opponents better line up to guard guys like this for the rest of their lives; they have *no* respect for *anyone's* life and a guard would be nothing to them.

Nice blog; welcome to the blogsphere.

July 15, 2004 at 6:27 PM  
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November 7, 2005 at 3:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

kardox u have some very twisted views.

seems youv been deprived of love and education.

and your ignorant views are only a reflection of your own upbringing.

therefore u seem to be very negative especially of islam.

its a shame u have experienced neglect and hate.

but please refraine from placing the blame on Islam, because your neighbours dont know how to follow it.

do not degrade what is a beutifaul peaceful religion.

maybe u should spend less time on the internet,and get out more.

use ur spare time to PICK up an islamic book and increase your LACK of knowledge.

good luck. may God bless u with his lov, grant you knowledge and vanish your ignorance!

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