Wednesday, May 12, 2004

It's a Republican spin

Please keep in mind, there were no Al Kay Duh in Iraq until after we invaded, opened the borders to anyone with an AK47 and or an RPG and our brilliant President Bush said, "Bring it on."

I guess cutting a guys head off is, "Bringing it on."

These people were not there when we invaded. They are the new enemy we created, we literally invited then to fight us in Iraq.

This beheading is not the reason we invaded Iraq. This beheading is not the reason prisoners were tortured.

Do not let the fascists fool you in to thinking this was anything but another mistake by our people in Iraq. We imprisoned him, we dumped him on the street with no protection. Come on, we handed this poor guy over to them...

It’s almost like this same thing didn’t happen in Pakistan a few years ago…

In case you're interested here's what those crazy f*cks were saying before they beheaded him.

reuters translation.

"As for you Bush, dog of the Christians, anticipate what will harm you and difficult days. You and your soldiers will regret the day you stepped foot in Iraq and dared to violate Muslims.

"A message to the traitorous agent (Pakistani President) Pervez Musharraf: We tell him that we wait eagerly to receive your soldiers and, by God, we will demand them before the Americans and avenge the blood of our brothers in (Afghanistan).

"As for you, mothers and wives of American soldiers, we tell you that we offered the American administration to exchange this prisoner for some prisoners in Abu Ghraib, but they refused.

"We tell you that the honor of Muslim men and women in Abu Ghraib and other (prisons) are more noble than blood and lives.

"And you will only get shroud after shroud and coffin after coffin slaughtered in this manner."

The beheading This is very graphic, I recommend not watching it.

The Republican spin that this was just retaliation for the prison abuses doesn't hold water when you read the translation of the speach before the beheading.

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