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RedEgosyntonicSun
Monday, February 16th, 2004, 10:05 PM
Please vote :

- yes, live on CNN
- yes, live on INTERNET
- yes, togather with Ariel Sharon
- no, this is old-fashioned; gas chamber or lethal pork-diet
- Saddam is a hero and a great humanist; he deserves a Nobel Prize for Peace
- I dont care
- I'm hungry

Sigrun Christianson
Tuesday, February 17th, 2004, 03:14 AM
Hanged for what? And why should we have any say in the matter? He didn't do anything to me. He need only answer to the people he ruled and invaded.

Saoirse
Tuesday, February 17th, 2004, 03:39 AM
He was mostly a threat to the Jew and Israel.

RedEgosyntonicSun
Tuesday, February 17th, 2004, 03:44 AM
Hanged for what?
Well, some pretend that he isnt Mother Teresa.Probably these are lies and slanders.
He didn't do anything to you ...and to me too..Because your judgement is sought by
kings and Im Mr Nobody here I need to agree..

Ravenrune
Thursday, February 28th, 2019, 01:49 AM
Wow ... such an old thread (sorry, but I saw it in the "similar threads" to something).


Anyway, they did hang him didn't they.


I didn't watch the clip but I did watch some of the courtroom videos. I did watch part of the hanging scenario video but stopped before the hanging. I'm not into seeing such things. However, Bush and Blair would have peeing their pants crying by that point if they met with such a fate.


What the United States and allies (Bush jnr. and Tony Blair and their rabble of lawless war mongers including those of Israeli origin) did should be considered a war crime of the highest order by anyone without blinders on. Too bad our distorted media of the western world is so owned by the ultra-wealthy pals of these pathetic mass murdering criminals in office and not in office (then and now) that the common person has gotten almost entirely "fake news" (to use a modern common phrase) about this and many other things .

Saddam may not have been a 'nice guy' in many ways but look now at Iraq and many places which the western powers have invaded since 9/11 (at least partially a Mossad-induced incident and not done by a handful of coke-sniffing ultra "muslims" who could barely fly a Cessna let alone fly into buildings which seasoned military and airline pilots said they could not even do).

He at least kept these various groups in check.


Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya (I'll never forget Miss "We came, we saw, he died" Hillary Clinton cackling with glee after being told about the violent murder of Gaddafi .... add her to the war mongering murderers list), Syria and possibly Iran next.


The amount of meddling that Britain and others have done in the Middle East for a long time is quite a history to unravel (something I have only touched on myself).



So no ... Saddam shouldn't have been hanged and Iraq shouldn't have been illegally invaded based on false lies of trying to make nukes (which was shown to be not true).


"Rebuilding America's Defenses" by the 'Project for a New American Century' kind of says it all for me (mentioning a new Pearl Harbor being needed to kick start their plan or it would take a very long time .... published Sept 2000 - well, they got their New Pearl Harbor a year later).


It's also very disturbing that all of this violent meddling has initiated the whole drive for all these young (mostly male) "migrants" from those regions (ie, invaders for free support) to invade Europe (and likely this was also thought out as a desired part of the plan of social engineering by some Power above the little leader puppets.

SaxonPagan
Thursday, February 28th, 2019, 02:15 AM
No. It's George W. Bush who should have hanged.