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Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler » Awww… Did We Hurt Their Pwecious Feewings?

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.

“His death will boost the morale of Muslims. The jihad in Iraq will be intensified and attacks on invader forces will increase,” Mullah Obaidullah Akhund told Reuters by telephone.

Anybody surprised by al-Roto-Reuters having a top terrorist on speed dial?

Of course not.

News of Saddam’s death shocked Palestinians, many of whom had seen him as an Arab hero for his missile attacks on Israel during the 1991 Gulf War that ended Iraq’s occupation of Kuwait.

Undoubtedly the memories of Uncle Saddam’s $25,000 donations to the paleoswinians every time a splodeydope offed himself killing Israeli civilians played a part in their dismay as well. But we don’t talk about that, do we? Saddam had absolutely, positively no ties to terrorism, after all.

People in Gaza, alerted by text messages or phone calls, hurried home after Eid prayers in mosques to watch the news and to slaughter sheep for the traditional Muslim feast.

“What is he (Saddam), a sheep? I think the Americans wanted to tell all Arab leaders who are their servants that they are like Saddam, nothing but a sheep slaughtered on the day of Eid,” said a worshipper called Abu Mohammad Salama.

We doubt it. We don’t have anybody in Washington DC bright enough to think up something as brilliant as that, but thanks for the flattery.

Mushir al-Masri, a lawmaker of the governing Islamist Hamas movement, said: “The execution of President Saddam Hussein was a proof of the criminal and terrorist American policy and its war against all forces of resistance in the world.”

Is that the same Hamas that Condi wants to negotiate with in order to give them a state? Why yes, yes it IS.

In Kuwait, where Saddam is reviled for his 1990 invasion, Ahmed al-Shatti, a Health Ministry official, said the Iraqi leader was a criminal whose trial had been incomplete.

“He did not answer for the crime of occupying Kuwait and the atrocities he committed in Kuwait,” Shatti said, arguing that Arabs should not be angry about his death but about U.S. failure to bring democracy, stability and development to Iraq.

1) You’re right that he wasn’t tried for all of his crimes. The problem is, if we were to have done that, the proceedings would still be ongoing 150 years after his death of old age.

2) There aren’t very many things we can think of saying to a toad who has the nerve to piss on the nation that liberated his country from Saddam’s thugs 15 years ago. Other than “what a great pity that YOU weren’t one of the Kuwaitis tortured and murdered by the Republican Guard back then. It would have been one death we needn’t feel bad about. Fuckhead. Now go strangle yourself in your turban.”

In Shi’ite non-Arab Iran, Deputy Foreign Minister Hamid Reza Asefi said the hanging of the man who led Iraq into a costly war with the Islamic Republic in the 1980s was a victory for Iraqis.

What? Al-Roto-Reuters found somebody NOT critical of executing a terrorist and a mass murderer?

But Yousef Molaee, an Iranian international law expert, took the view that the dawn execution was a failure for justice.

“Saddam’s crimes in the eight-year war against Iran, such as chemical bombardments, remained unanswered because of the hasty and unfair trial,” state news agency IRNA quoted him as saying.

See the above. If we had insisted on trying him on every count of crimes against humanity, we’d never see the end of it.

In Mecca, Sunni Arab pilgrims voiced outrage that Iraqi authorities had executed Saddam on a major religious holiday.

“His execution on the day of Eid…is an insult to all Muslims,” said Jordanian pilgrim Nidal Mohammad Salah.

Good.

Now, don’t you have a big black rock with a vagina that you need to stampede around, Mohammad?

Here’s to hoping that all of the other pilgrims are wearing cleats.

Ahmed Al Mudaweb, a political editor at Bahrain’s Al Watan newspaper, predicted that the former Iraqi president’s hanging would spur the insurgency by his fellow Sunnis in Iraq.

“He will become a kind of martyr, and his status as a political figure will increase,” he said.

Sure. But his very satisfying lack of vital signs will make it dastardly difficult for him to run for office. At any rate, what’s the beef here? You guys love being martyrs, don’t you? We’re just doing our Christian duty to help you along with achieving your goals.

Khalaf al-Alayan, a Sunni Iraqi lawmaker, told Al Jazeera from Jordan: “This was an act of vengeance against Iraq.”

Another lobotomized goat fondler, we see. So the Iraqi courts exacted vengeance against Iraq, you say?

How very — daft of you to suggest.

Jordanians, once fervently pro-Saddam, said his execution for the 1982 killings of about 150 Shi’ites, was incongruous.

“He surely wasn’t the only tyrant in the world. The irony is he was tried and hanged for a small crime when he committed worse,” said Aline Saeed, a marketing director.

Is there an Arabic equivalent about gift horses and the looking into the mouth of them? If so, go home and write it down 1,000 times. Then whack yourself over the head with a dried camel’s dick repeatedly until your cerebral cortex sputters back to life again.

Mohamed Habib, deputy leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s strongest opposition group, said Saddam had been judged by an Iraqi government that was not fully sovereign.

“His execution will have grave consequences and will deepen the ethnic and sectarian violence in Iraq,” he said.

What? They’re going to kill each other twice now? Interesting.

Beyond the Arab world, few Muslims seemed ready to defend Saddam, but many doubted that full justice had been done.

In Pakistan, Liaqat Baluch, a leader of a six-party opposition alliance of conservative religious parties, said Saddam was a “bad guy” but his trial had been unfair.

The only thing “unfair” here was that he had a trial at all.

Most, if not all, of his victims never had one.

He should’ve been stripped naked, hogtied and dropped off in the middle of Kurdistan for the Kurds to deal with as they saw fit.

THAT would have been fair.

Besides, say what you will, but we can’t help but chuckle whenever a Muslim talks about “fair trials.” You mean, the kind of “trials” where women don’t count as witnesses and they end up being stoned for the crime of being rape victims?

Sorry, asswipe, but we don’t need that kind of “fair.”

26 Responses to “Awww… Did We Hurt Their Pwecious Feewings?”
  1. LC Jackboot IC/A-OBR Comment by LC Jackboot IC/A-OBR UNITED STATES

    Hah First !!!!

    He should’ve been stripped naked, hogtied and dropped off in the middle of Kurdistan for the Kurds to deal with as they saw fit.

    Now THAT would’ve been even better entertainment than the long drop on a short rope. But we’ll take what we can get.

    Then whack yourself over the head with a dried camel’s dick repeatedly until your cerebral cortex sputters back to life again.

    I really don’t think they would use their Mooselimb Fellatio Training Device™ for that, would they? Allah would be offended, no?

    uuluuuluuuluuuluuu…

  2. Unregistered Comment by Azygos UNITED STATES

    And pray tell what day doesn’t seem to be a holy day of shits and giggles to those adherents of pisslam?

  3. LC Beaker Comment by LC Beaker UNITED STATES

    Here’s to hoping that all of the other pilgrims are wearing cleats.

    I’m glad I wasn’t drinking when I came across that gem. Keyboard replacements are getting expensive.

    By the way, what’s the over/under number for the amount of Knuckle-Dragging Followers of the Pedophile Prophet of Murder and Mayhem™ that get trampled to death this year? We should start a pool.

  4. Jack Deth Comment by Jack Deth UNITED STATES

    Somehow, hanging seems so…. abrupt!

    I would have staked Saddam out over a fire ant hill ringed by well fertized soil and many, many bamboo plants. After smearing him with pig’s blood and lots of honey, of course.

    LC Jack Deth~ Imperial Trancer Tracker & Tagger

  5. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    So it’s a nice change to see that we’ve managed to piss off the perpetually seething Arab Street&trade as well

    The Arab street seeths due to lack of bathing facilities and the typical towel head’s strong aversion to soap which goes right along with their collective inability to understand the logic and necesscity flush toilets and toilet paper…
    Hence yet another collection of third world turd trollers licking their hands clean after they pinch off a couple of Mohammed like loafs…

    Undoubtedly the memories of Uncle Saddam’s $25,000 donations to the paleoswinians every time a splodeydope offed himself killing Israeli civilians played a part in their dismay as well. But we don’t talk about that, do we? Saddam had absolutely, positively no ties to terrorism, after all.

    That’s right! Soddem was a secularlist… :wink_wp:

    Then whack yourself over the head with a dried camel’s dick repeatedly until your cerebral cortex sputters back to life again

    Hmmm, shouldn’t that be, “dried hog pizzle since some other sharp “LC” already identified the camel cock as a, “Mooselimb Fellatio Training Device™“… :lol_wp:

  6. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Palestinians Missing Saddam and His Fat Checks for Terror

    mock coffin for Saddam

    Palestinians carry a mock coffin for late former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein during a symbolic funeral in the village of Beit Forik near the West Bank city of Nablus December 31, 2006. (Abed Omar Qusini/Reuters)

  7. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    Nice how that picture Didn’t come through but here’s the link for it: http://bp3.blogger.com/_L6pDyjqqsvY/RZf6IUM1sQI/AAAAAAAAAP4/f57V4QSDyYs/s320/palestinians+saddam.jpg

  8. LC 0311 crunchie Comment by LC 0311 crunchie UNITED STATES

    Hows this for a Saddam fellatio-fest, my local left wing rag, “The Palm Beach Puss” had this headline;
    “Shiites dance; Sunnis mourn martyr”.
    Please note that there were no ” ” around the word martyr. Hows that for unbiased journalism. They routinely call The Long War the “war on terror”, full quotation marks like it’s only a war on terror in some peoples opinion, but no question about a murdering tyrant with the blood of hundreds of thousands on his hands being a martyr.

    I won’t go into the rest of the garbage that was on the inside, just suffice it to say that whenever there’s a Palm Beach Putz around, I don’t have to buy toilet paper.

  9. Unregistered Comment by Poopstain UNITED STATES

    Ya know, if we would do nothing more than start applying treason laws as they are written–i.e., executing persons offering aid and comfort to the enemy in a time of war–we could soon move on to other topics. Or we could (ironically enough) just sit around and wait for the Muzzies to take over and start pusing walls over on gays and stoning femal “adulteresses” to death–not to mention beheading persons with the termerity to teach females how to read. Incredibly ignorance/stupidity or incredible cynicism/evil—there are no other explanations for what passes for liberalism these days….

  10. NCLivingBrit Comment by NCLivingBrit UNITED STATES

    I think the Americans wanted to….

    Weird, there was me convinced that after we dug Sadman out of his spider hole, we had handed him over to the Iraqis….

    So, the Iraqi’s hanged him, in Iraq, after an Iraqi trial by an Iraqi court using evidence gathered by Iraqi’s, to the standards of Iraq’s jurisprudence which was then used by Iraqi lawyers and judges to reach a verdict and hand down a sentence.

    Damn Americans, butchers all!

  11. Unregistered Trackback by Bill's Bites

    Former dictator remains in grave but stable condition…

    Yep, the son of a bitch is still dead. Not a lot of new information at this point but that doesn’t mean I can’t relish the moment a little longer. Allahpundit’s post here has been updated a couple of times…

  12. Xystus Comment by Xystus

    This just in: Sawed-off Insane is still dead!

    Rot In Peace (if not in pi$$), Abu-Krispy/Krunchy.

    SIC SEMPER TYRANNUS it is!

    Next?

  13. Xystus Comment by Xystus

    Oh, yeah–& as for the awful, the terrible & pissant–uh, puissant–Arab street & the horrid wrath of the Muslim world: Be afwraid, be vewwwy afwaid!

    You do not wish to see the fulminating face [snicker] of Islamic Rage :rolleyes_tb: [Guffaw]–Islamic Rage Boy :laugh_tb:–BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!–again! :lol_tb: Har har har!

  14. Unregistered Comment by Infidel River Rat

    First of all, HAPPY MEW YEAR!! :mrgreen_wp: :drunk_tb: :smoke_tb: :jittery_tb: :clap_tb: :undecided_tb: :cool2_tb: :undecided_tb: :drunk_tb: :rolleyes_tb:

  15. Unregistered Comment by Infidel River Rat

    *DAMN!* Wrong button at the wrong time! :blush_tb:My resolution #1 is to PISS OFF moonbats TWICE AS MUCH as I did in the previous year!! :undecided_tb: :tongue3_tb: :cool2_tb: :jittery_tb: :drunk_tb: :cool1_tb: :clap_tb: :bye_tb: :devil_tb: :lol_tb: :king_tb: :smoke_tb: :drunk_tb: :undecided_tb: :thumbup_tb: :drunk_tb: :smoke_tb: :undecided_tb:

  16. SoCalOilMan Comment by SoCalOilMan UNITED STATES

    Fanusi Khiyal sez:

    Let me point out that when _my_ Fatherland was under the control of a bunch of maniacs (and, gee, is the Ba’ath party a cheap knockoff of the Nazi party? Yup!) America flattened every major city and thoroughly beat the enemy into the ground. Now, am I complaining? No; I have always praised America for that. And did the Germans, being freed from the Nazi yoke, decide to start a civil war? No. Did they, in fact, rebuild? Yes. And did any have the infernal indecency to complain when the bastards were hung, one and all? No.

    The differences (pointed out in many posts) were:

    We flattened every city–we didn’t put anything “off-limits” like mosques or “holy sites” that couldn’t be attacked under any circumstances due to the fact that it may offend some sect or another. (By the way does any other religion have a holy site in absolutely every city,town and roadside imaginable that would be an affront to them if damaged?)

    Decided to start a civil war–no civil war, but the Nazi’s didn’t just go away with Herr Hitler’s death. There were still those that tried to continue the 3ed Reich,it was just that any German carrying arms down the street after the occupation was shot.

    Did they rebuild–Not much choice there, the Allies did the best they could with the technology at the time to “bomb them back into the Stone Age” available.

    And did any have the infernal indecency to complain when the bastards were hung, one and all? No.–a testament to the German people, who when confronted with what they tried to inflict on the world, made a serious commitment to atone and didn’t bitch about the people leading them into that hell were tried for their crimes.

    I have no ill will towards the Germans or Japanese. Those things occurred 64 years ago, and both countries are now strong allies. I can understand their reluctance for a strong military establishment, but I feel that Germany has come to the realization that a military is a necessary evil in this world. Japan is just waking to the problem of they are going to have to face up to the threats in their area of influence.

    The “arabs” are never going to face the facts and get their own house in order because we let them off the hook every time. It’s always some faction or previously unknown sect that is causing the problem. The standard PC dogma of their picture of what is right is equal to ours and it has to be someone else’s problem that they react the way we do to their abominations.

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  18. Cannon Fodder Comment by Cannon Fodder

    I just want to know how many times these knuckledragging towelheads think he can be executed. All I have heard is that he hasn’t answered for this crime or that crime. Jesus on a pogostick! He was hung like a dog and that should count for something!
    For fucks sake be happy he paid a price for something!

  19. Unregistered Comment by Infidel River Rat

    He’s dead, and rotting in the same corner of hell with his sons! As for the talibun goat-humpers, if they’re SO badassed, then WHY did the locals come to us and blow the whistle on them everytime they tried to set up shop in our AO? ‘Fuckin’ lyin’ass media lackeys! SHIT ON ‘EM!! :guns_tb: :thumbdown_tb: :flush_tb: :guns_tb:

  20. Thresher Comment by Thresher UNITED STATES

    Just what the Hell doesn’t “threaten to inflame violence” in Iraq? I take a dump, some Shia would see that as a reason to plant an IED. On the subject of the News Jackals, If the Prez grows some balls, just how many newsies could we put on trial for aiding the enemy?

  21. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon UNITED STATES

    SoCalOilMan:

    We flattened every city–we didn’t put anything “off-limits” like mosques or “holy sites” that couldn’t be attacked under any circumstances due to the fact that it may offend some sect or another. (By the way does any other religion have a holy site in absolutely every city, town and roadside imaginable that would be an affront to them if damaged?)

    Well, yes, considering the hundred thousand (or so) sects that claim to be Christian I suspect you could find a “holy site” in every town if you called Christian churches “holy sites”.

    Not trying to play any retarded moral equivalence game here, but you did ask… it could (in theory) happen… but it WOULD not, for a variety of reasons that probably most of you can already guess so I won’t waste my time trying to retype them all.

    RH

  22. LC RobertHuntingdon Comment by LC RobertHuntingdon UNITED STATES

    Oh and I’ll raise one to the idea of enforcing those treason laws… here here!

    RH

  23. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    ‘Fuckin’ lyin’ass media lackeys! SHIT ON ‘EM!!

    Amen Infidel River Rat!…

    They are a collection of seditious swine…

    There is one thing I think due to the actions of blogs that is starting to change though, a more realistic picture of American casualties (though one expended on towel heads is ten to many) in the war on terror if this note from the AP is any indicator: U.S. Toll in Iraq Lower Than Past Wars

    Still though AP was sure to include a bit of the expected knock against US armed volunteers:

    burning humvee

    An Iraqi man celebrates on top of a burning U.S. Army Humvee in the northern part of Baghdad, Iraq, in this Monday, April 26, 2004, file photo. (AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen, file )

  24. juandos Comment by juandos UNITED STATES

    A follow up of the supposed numbers of dead Iraqis courtesy of Gateway Blog:

    Monday, January 01, 2007
    Official Iraqi Totals Make Lancet Study Off By, Oh… A Few 100,000!

    Remember the liberal squealing before the elections about a new “scientific” Lancet Study by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health? Remember the nutty left (our boy Glen Greenwald) defending the outrageous figures?

    Do you remember… the Lancet Study that claimed that 555,000 Iraqis have died in the last two years since the group’s last controversial study!

    Well, the Iraqi government released their official figures today. According to the government 16,273 people died from violence in Iraq this past year.

    That puts the body counters at Lancet off by, oh… a couple of hundred thousand!!!

  25. Unregistered Comment by Infidel River Rat

    Media lackeys ignore the truth, and post whatever they think will satisfy their liberal myrmidon editors, who will usually editorialize it even further! :furious_tb: :guns_tb: Take for example, the “rioting” in Kabul, A-stan after a convoy wreck killed a couple of hadjis. The AP couldn’t put if out on the wire fast enough, saying that THOUSANDS of the locals were screaming for our withdrawal, along with their usual editorialized hogshit. The truth? The next day, Afghan authorities arrested and detained a few hundred agitators who STAGED said riots, and it was maybe a couple hundred. The locals? The vast majority of them got the hell out, and went home, avoiding being near it at all. The AP story was a bloated bunch of hot damned air!