Zarqawi’s death

I would say rejoice, but no death can bring me joy, not even Zarqawi’s
But at least he paid for some of his crimes
May Ben Laden pay for his…
Along with all those who favor death over life
Hate over love
Killing over talking
War over peace


At Friday, June 09, 2006 2:27:00 PM, Blogger JoseyWales said...

What if his death saved 100 innocent Iraqi lives (= 2 or 3 bombs)?

At Friday, June 09, 2006 4:44:00 PM, Blogger Dr Victorino de la Vega said...

Of Mohammedan Bogeymen and Bearded Ayrab Terrists: Why Zarqawi Had To Die

Yesterday morning, Gen. George Casey commander of US occupation troops in Iraq held a “joint press conference” with the Quislings of Baghdad to announce the elimination of Abu Musa’b al-Zarqawi, “the terrorist leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq”.

Casey had a nice “story line” ready to sell, full of heroic subplots involving choreographed strikes by American GI’s and “new Iraqi” soldiers working hand in hand like virile “allies” are supposed to, and backed by a series of neat (too neat to be true) artifacts such as the deceased public enemy numero uno’s framed photographs and magnified fingerprints appearing on the projected slides of an elaborate PowerPoint presentation.

As my old blogging friend Sophie pointed out, this smelled a rat: the fact that the announcement of Zarqawi’s death coincided precisely with the long-awaited (more than 4 months…) nomination of Iraq’s new security ministers (Defense, Interior and NSA) only added to our legitimate suspicions…

And what can we possibly say of the striking resemblance between the pictures of Zarqawi’s inanimate corpse and those of Latin America’s most “subversive” revolutionary, Ernesto Che Guevara who died in similar conditions 40 years ago?

Pervasiveness of the proverbially aggressive” Arab-Hispanic ethnic and cultural “traits” threatening the integrity of our beloved Western civilization?

Common use of the advanced mortuary toileting techniques in vogue at the CIA during the Cold War?

Allah and Samuel P. Huntington only know…

At Friday, June 09, 2006 11:49:00 PM, Blogger JoseyWales said...

It's all a plot Vicretino.

And you can link it to mortuary techniques and hispanic cuisine and your friend Sophie, you still have no point.

And you, of course, are still an idiot.


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