Sunday, November 05, 2006

Saddam gets the easy way out.

I oppose this death sentence on the same grounds to which I opposed sending Zacherias Moussaoi to hell sooner rather than later.

Its also a reflection as to why (In most cases anyway) I oppose the death penalty. Its not that I believe its a cruel punishment nor the fact that I have compassion for the prick. My issue revolves around the fact that the death penalty allows guys like this to take the easy way out of this world. In other words, I believe it doesn't go far enough in terms of punishment. It doesn't`t give the convicted any idea of the pain and misery he made other people feel due to his crime.

Let`s think about this, this man has put people people to death through the most brutal ways imaginable to any decent human being. Lashing, electric shock, drowning, you name it. And what does he get as punishment, three meals a day, and a lethal injection to the neck? Please. Furthermore we have to consider how his supporters in the Arab world will view this. In their view, they see a defiant statesman standing strong against his country`s occupiers.

There are other ways of helping Saddam really come to grasp for his crimes against humanity which could deliver the message to both him and his supporters:

Some suggestions:

-Beatings from the hands of friends and relatives of the victims that died from his orders.
-His cell block would consist of a small, dark room, with a bed shaped cement and one toilet.
-Just for kicks, let`s also make the room`s ceiling shorter than his height.
-For entertainment purposes, let`s throw in a non-poisonous cobra in his cell every once in a while (We have to give each victim`s relative an opportunity to give him at least one beating!), the cobra harms him and we laugh, he fights off the cobra and that`s his meal for the day.
-Again like Moussaoi, construct a built in-wall t.v showing all the birthdays, wedding ceremonies, graduations of all his victims over and over.
-Videotape his condition as time goes along, and distribute it all over Iraq as a message to the armed militias. "Disarm and make peace, or you`ll go through what he`s going through".

What? A little too graphic for ya? Well...so is this.

Update (06-11-2006)

Note to self, in the unlikely event that I ever become a leader of a country, Jarrett will be the one responsible of the entire "rehabilitation" system:

My idea involves a large number of bottles of Canadian whiskey, a bunch of waxed Kurdish bodybuilders of ambiguous sexuality, a camel, and the Fox Network.

(You now owe me two Keyboards Jarrett ;) )

A couple of must-read reactions across the Arab Blogsphere:

Mahmood’s Den.


and

Sudanese Thinker


Sanmonkey covers the idiotic coverage by the Arab MSM.

7 Comments:

At Sunday, 05 November, 2006, Blogger jeff davidson said...

rumsfeld should hang with him.

 
At Sunday, 05 November, 2006, Blogger The Arabian Knight said...

Thrown in Coleen Baumier and half the Liberal Party caucus (which supported him) and you got yourself a deal Jeff.

 
At Sunday, 05 November, 2006, Blogger Louise said...

Sure Jeff. And how about Jaques Chirac and George Galloway and maybe German Chancellor, Willy Brandt. I'm sure there are others who have had their picture taken with him. Might as well make a clean sweep.

 
At Sunday, 05 November, 2006, Anonymous E J Hosdil said...

What is Jeff talking about?

 
At Monday, 06 November, 2006, Anonymous steve said...

Of course many on our left, are crying over this terrible injustice, this show trial by the Americans, using Saddam as a scapegoat for their awful crimes. This would make sense if he was innocent, but only the real sickies on the left such as Galloway and the United Church believe Saddam was.

 
At Wednesday, 17 October, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sadaam Only got the easy way out if he went to Heavan. Which only Allah knows.

 
At Monday, 19 July, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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