Selasa, 03 Mei 2011

The Hand of Justice

Remember when Saddam Husain’s sons were killed in Mosul, Iraq by our brave military? I was saddened because a father lost his sons, but I was glad because justice was served. These sons were evil and had caused great pain and suffering to the Iraqi people.

I remember when Saddam Husain was hung by his own people after a trial had pronounced him guilty of crimes against humanity. Just like with his sons, justice was served. I thought the mode of death was gross and inhuman, after all his head was severed during the hanging.

Now, Osama Bin Laden, the most wanted man in the world, has been shot dead along with one of his sons by our military’s elite warriors. I am again saddened by the death of a father and son, but justice has finally been rendered to a savage and evil pair of human beings.

To those who say we should never celebrate the death of a person, I agree in principle, but I say, “Justice will always prevail for the evil ones who set themselves apart by the wanton butchery of fellow human beings.”

If I were Omar Kaddafi, I would leave Tripoli post haste. You are in the crosshairs and the hand of justice is near!

I'm just saying,


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