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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler ยป Archive for The Empire at War

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It doesn’t matter how much we all knew it was going to happen, the endless MSM tongue-bathings of Sod’em Insane’s lifeless carcass are already beginning to have the same effect on His Majesty as a large dose of ipecac. To call the endless fawning eulogies talking about how he made the trains run on time and what a miserable childhood he had, not to mention the complaints about how one of the most brutal mass murderers in history didn’t receive a “fair trial” nauseating would be an understatement of cosmic proportions.

In fact, the MSM airheads are so utterly distressed and miserable that you’d think that it was the Hildebeest that had kicked the bucket.

So it’s a nice change to see that we’ve managed to piss off the perpetually seething Arab Street™ as well. Of course, that too was to be expected. Just as the talking points of al-Zawahiri are virtually indistinguishable from the DNC’s, so are the grievances of howling mobs in the Turd World, almost without fail, identical to those of the MSM. At least as long as the aforementioned mobs of knuckledragging savages are howling at the U.S. (Link thanks to LC & IB Bill Quick).

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Saddam Hussein’s execution on Saturday angered many Arabs, but even some who felt the former Iraqi leader deserved to die voiced a sense of justice denied.

Is that so? How utterly — irrelevant. Not that they don’t have a point, because they do: Justice was, indeed, denied, but that was mainly due to the fact that the executioners were too squeamish to execute the son of a dog in a way commensurate with his crimes.

Many said his hanging for crimes against humanity, on the Muslim feast of Eid al-Adha, would worsen violence in Iraq.

Blah, blah, blah… The fact is, there is absolutely no way you can do anything, including turning on your coffee maker in the morning, that can’t and won’t be used as an excuse for some 7th century pisslamic lunatic to commit violence, rape, murder and generalized mayhem.

“I don’t have any sorrow or compassion for the man, but the timing is very stupid and Muslims will think this was done to provoke their feelings,” said Ehab Abdel-Hamid, 30, a novelist and senior editor at Cairo’s independent al-Dostour newspaper.

Oh yes, Abdel-Hamid (and why, pray tell, didn’t your parents go for the trifecta and name you Abdel-Hamid Mohammed?), we’re positively certain that the Muslim Iraqi government decided to deliberately provoke the feelings of Muslims.

If that sort of ignominious ignorance is sufficient to become a novelist and senior editor in the pisslamic world, then we suppose we should count our blessings that the Religion of Piss hasn’t become known for its prolific publishing business. Imagine a printed torrent of tedious twaddle as bereft of sense as the above statement spreading across a defenseless world.

Abdel-Bari Atwan, editor of the London-based Al-Quds al-Arabi newspaper, told Al Jazeera television:

“Arab public opinion wonders who deserves to be tried and executed: Saddam Hussein who preserved the unity of Iraq, its Arab and Islamic identity and the coexistence of its different communities such as Shi’ites and Sunnis … or those who engulfed the country in this bloody civil war?”

What? You mean Moqtada al-Sadr and his Sunni counterparts? We’ll get to those in time. Would you at least show some patience, man?

But, seeing as how you obviously have no problems with Saddam’s peculiar methods when it came to “preserving unity” and “promoting coexistence” (although you do have a point. Corpses don’t bicker and fight), we suppose it would be alright if we were to drop this whole “hearts and minds” theater and get right down to business instead?

Not surprising, really, seeing as how you’re safely barricaded behind your desk in London, so let’s drag you out of there first, then drop you in the middle of the whole mess and see how much you like it then.

No immediate street protests were reported in Arab capitals, where Muslims were preoccupied with the Eid al-Adha holiday.

In Afghanistan, which preceded Iraq as the first target in the U.S.-declared “war on terror”, a top commander of the resurgent Islamist Taliban movement said Saddam’s death would galvanize Muslim opposition to the United States.

If you were to galvanize your sphincters instead, then you’d be rid of that burning sensation that comes from crapping your dishdashas every time you hear a jet go by.

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