Rope Tricks – What’s Wrong With This Picture?

December 30, 2006 at 2:10 am 44 comments

Sometimes it’s just all in the wrist-action. So long, Saddam.


Entry filed under: Death, George Bush, Hanging, Political Humour, Saddam Hussein.

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  • 1. Richard  |  December 30, 2006 at 3:05 am

    Its sad we have not learned that two wrongs never make a right, r.i.p SH

  • 2. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 30, 2006 at 7:55 am

    Bush should be next. All the whiney soothsayers make me sick! Where were they when the Kurds were being killed? Where are they as Bushco BOMBS innocent civilians? Hypocrits all!

    Sodumb Insane got exactly what he deserved, and the executioners showed total respect before, during, and after. He paid the price all despots should pay…no exceptions!

    Too bad the western media hasn;t the courage to show the entire process. Maybe some arrogant slimeballs like Conrad Black would re-think how important they are?

    Thousands suffer, and the softies are silent. Let some total prick be executed and they get all in a tither. What is wrong with that picture?

  • 3. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 30, 2006 at 7:57 am


    What is wrong with the picture is it should be Lady Justice twirling the rope and both Bush and Sodumb in fear!

  • 4. Q  |  December 30, 2006 at 8:12 am

    One of the great hypocrisies of our lifetime.

    A crime against humanity isn’t settled by a sham court and masked hangman in the the protected safe zone of a foreign power responsible for Saddam’s crimes, or at least in ignoring the crimes for 20 years.

  • 5. Adrian MacNair  |  December 30, 2006 at 9:55 am

    Good riddance. Next up should be Rumsfeld.

  • 6. harpervalley  |  December 30, 2006 at 10:23 am

    richard, how true!

    bill…. as justice doesn’t exist anymore i think the lady was laid-off. hopefully a new system will come in place to call her back to her rightful position.

    adrian, bush, rumsfeld , cheney, condi…..the list is long. perhaps dupont or 3m would like to supply nylong rope.

  • 7. JJ  |  December 30, 2006 at 10:28 am

    Hope he’s keeping a few seats warm down there for bush, cheney, rumsfeld et al.

  • 8. harpervalley  |  December 30, 2006 at 11:20 am

    jj, heh heh, ya , they’re all just adding to dante’s inferno.

  • 9. The Anon  |  December 30, 2006 at 12:07 pm

    The saddest day in history. Might is right. Bush is a bigger murderer. He is responsible for the death of close to one million Iraqis.

    Iraqi consider over decades of sanctions and war with Iran golden years. What does that tell you what the situation is now.

    Saddam’s ‘crimes’ were fully supported by Washington D.C when he carried out executions and later when he invaded Iran as he was provided weapons and intelligence. What Saddam did was wrong but he did it on the encouragement of Washington D.C.

    Bush is the worst criminal in the history of the world. Hanging Saddam on Muslim’s holy day of Eid was an added insult. I hope there is justice and Bush the murderer will be punished but does not look like it.

  • 10. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 30, 2006 at 12:24 pm

    The anon,

    Well, God did chase Bush with a tornado this week, but the little bugger escaped…that time! LOL

    Sodumb Insane did the crime; the Iraqi’s did their form of justice, and there was no long, drawn out, tortuous appeal that lasted years. Sodumb got far more justice than he ever gave.

    Sodumb said ‘I should be shot by a firing squad because I am a military man!’ Sorry Sodumb, you are NOT the president; you are NOT a military man; you were not even a human being, a pre-requisite for being a man BTW, you were a meglamaniac living in your own selfish world!

    I would laugh at the Vatican condemning the hanging, were it so seriously worng they should even speak, after the millions they have slain in the name of God! What hypocrites!

    And people wonder why the U.S. refused to acknowledge the World Criminal Court? Because they would be lined up for trial that is why!

    Anyway, one down, many to go, and a HAPPY NEW YEAR to all!

  • 11. Wandering Coyote  |  December 30, 2006 at 12:37 pm

    I just saw the video and was quite uncomfortable with the whole thing. Like it’s been said above, when is Bush going to get his just desserts? NEVER. Therein lies the travesty.

  • 12. The Anon  |  December 30, 2006 at 12:49 pm


    Bush will not go to international court because truth would have been revealed that U.S was senior partner in these crimes.

    I do not see it as an execution but murder/assasination of an adversary by Bush and company. There are many worse dictators in the world including Saudi Kings and Egyptian president plus many in Africa. Why Saddam because he challenged assholes like Bush and Bush got his revenge.

  • 13. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 30, 2006 at 1:34 pm

    The Anon,

    Go find and talk to a few Iraqis here in Canada and ask what they think? They one’s I have had the pleasure to meet and talk with are CELEBRATING today that Sodumb is DEAD!

    The Iraqi people suffered under his despotism, and HE made those choices. I can’t stand, nor respect Bush either, but Sodumb DID commit the acts, wanted to deny to his last breath his OWN guilt, and regardless of Bush and anyone else, Sodumb Insane DESERVED his just end!

    My only regret is that the Iraqi’s were so humane about it. Had they turned the bastard over to the Kurds or others he persecuted they would have made a long process out of killing him…as he did their family members. How about death by chemical weapons? Sounds nice, eh? Watching the flesh fall off yourself while you convulse and gasp for air!

    I call them as they deserve to be called. Such people deserve to endure what they dish out without remorse. I am generally against the death penalty, except where it is some total arsehole political power pervert who dined and lived life on the blood of innoccent people. They have, and always will, deserve to made a public exhibition of what their reqard will be. Madame Guillotine is still a very good tool for such narcissistic schmucks. I hope in his last moments he came to realize what being totally helpless is like.

    He was lucky the executioners did their jobs with respect and showed him diginity he never showed others. There may be the greatest testimony to the true character of both Iraq and Islam.

    They followed Islamic Law, he never did.

    And, yes, we are still friends and I hold respect for your opinions as well. 🙂

  • 14. The Anon  |  December 30, 2006 at 2:18 pm


    First, it is Shiites who are celebrating because of age-old animosity towards Sunnis. Washington D.C was senior partner in such crimes attributed to Saddam.

    It establishes a very dangerous precedent that Bush can go into any country, depose its leader and then execute him/her.

    You must have heard different news. The news I watched including Al-Jazeera reported that he was jeered and insulted as he was being hung.

    Let there be justice in the world that if Saddam can be hung then the real criminal Bush must be hung too. Hague court should step him, convict him of crimes against humanity and hang him in public. May be allowing Iraqis to hang him for committing crimes against them.

    By the way I know few Iraqis who relatives and loved-ones were murdered because of Bush invasion. There is another side to the story my friend.

  • 15. jacobin  |  December 30, 2006 at 5:50 pm

    “Let there be justice in the world that if Saddam can be hung then the real criminal Bush must be hung too”

    It’s a dog eat dog kinda of world, and every dog has it’s day!

  • 16. JJ  |  December 30, 2006 at 8:12 pm

    Saddam should have been tried at the Hague. No matter how much of a bastard he was, it lowers us all to stoop to his level and allow him to be tried in a joke of a kangaroo court and rushed to an execution that was just another revenge killing. And all choreographed for media consumption.

    So much for the moral high ground.

  • 17. harpervalley  |  December 31, 2006 at 12:59 am

    saddam is bush’s twin. it’s a story of cain and abel, only neither is so abel….or cain.

  • 18. The Anon  |  December 31, 2006 at 5:59 am

    JJ, I cannot agree with you more. Hague would have given some credibility to the trial but Bush was afraid that U.S. role in Shiites’ killing and invasion of Iran will be revealed. Saddam followed orders from U.S. administration and that is where it shows how dumb he was.
    However, when it comes to criminality then Bush is by far the worst criminal.

  • 19. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 31, 2006 at 7:35 am

    The Anon,

    “You must have heard different news. The news I watched including Al-Jazeera reported that he was jeered and insulted as he was being hung.”

    I read al jazeera as well. I said ‘executioners’ not the public.

    We have been brainwashed into thinking that we must all be so very, very civilized when dealing with criminals. NOT! The likes of Sodumb Insane need to see that the people will deal with them harshly. Otherwise they just laugh at the law, laugh at the suckers who they intimidate.

    Ever deal with a Bully? I have, and the best approach is to SMACK the CRAP out of them at first opportunity. No Queensbury Rules, just a good swift kick in their nuts and they fall like a chainsawed tree.

    Sorry, although I greatly admire our civility in society, I have also lived too much real life, dealt with too many complete arseholes, and have no compassion left for them.

    As to trying Sodumb at the Hague! Not a bad idea, but it was a matter for the IRAQI people to deal with, not some bunch of foreigners in another country.

    Maybe the Americans will get a clue and deal with Bush? The joining of Bush and Sodumb is inappropriate regarding Sodumb’s trial and execution. Sodumb made the choices, acted on those choices, as did his sons (who were to be hung with him but will be soon after), and whether we like it or not, people need to see justice carried out against such POS’s.

    Too bad Pinochet died before his execution.

    Now, when will we start thinking about the corrupt movers and shakers who deprive thousands of homes, opportunity, and happiness?

    When the executioner said ‘God damn you!’ to Sodumb it was a statement he literally meant.

    We have seldom seen such a horrid criminal in history since Hitler. He died where he sent thousands to die, and that is what I call JUSTICE! May the ghosts of his victims torment him for eternity.

    He showed no remorse, no sorrow, nothing but arrogance. So may his spirit know the same forever.

    It seems like people just can’t get by the concept that world leaders are to be servants to their people, not glorified and protected because of a title? Maybe true freedom is still a ways off for the masses, as they seem to worship anything with power?

    As to the religious aspects and sects in Iraq…Sodumb persecuted all of them. Ask an Iraqi what life was like under his iron rule? I have and they lived in constant fear of the Secret Police, the dark prison, torture, and death! Sodumb made those decisions…Now he has paid for them. Funny how Sodumb used the very same techniques the Soviet KGB and GRU employed, as well as the U.S. CIA! Do not forget it was Russia that supplied all Sodumb’s weapons like T-72 tanks, AK-47’s, AAA, etc., and they still are a major arms dealer like the U.S., France, etc. There are the real criminals.

    The UN should have an international police force that deals with such bastards, but they are too cowardly, and under the thumb of the Imperial United States to do such a thing. But things are changing, as they always do. Bolton is GONE, Bush is more than a Lame Duck…he is a castrated, legless pressed duck and the remainder of his term will be a laughing stock for the world to enjoy.

    You are right about Bush’s guilt, but it is separate from Sodumb’s. What about G.H.W. Bush, Dubya’s daddy? There is another POS that has escaped justice, as did Nixon.

  • 20. The Anon  |  December 31, 2006 at 10:27 am


    I can understand your anger against Saddam but let’s look at historical facts.

    After hostage taking by Iran 1n 1980 American hated Shiites in Iran and their allies in Iraq. Guess whom they used to punish these Shiites – Saddam Hussein’s first Shiites killing inside Iraq and then war against Iran. That was U.S. revenge for hostage taking. U.S was 100% behind it and encouraged and armed Saddam’s army for that purpose. Then killing of Kurds with deadly chemical weapons provided by U.S. They definitely looked the other way.

    Only when U.S oil supplies were threatened in Kuwait that Bush Sr. went after Saddam. Although some say Saddam was set up by U.S to invade Kuwait so that his army could be destroyed. Reason: Israel felt threatened by Iraq and asked its friend U.S to take some action and that was the action.

    I believe the real criminals are successive regimes in the U.S

  • 21. harpervalley  |  December 31, 2006 at 10:58 am

    we must remember that just as bush is a puppet, so was hitler……the oligarchy put in place whom they want andif the public is dumb enough to vote for them, so be it……but bush, along with hitler, started out with lies then WHAM.

    dictators who get in by coup isn’t too much different, just military techniques instead of faux democracy. many iraquis i’ve spoken with , while not liking saddam, did like the 30 years of ‘peace’ he brought….the fighting had been killing far more then saddam did. it’s a bit akin to castro taking over batista….while castro picked suspects off in back alleys, they got something better and less deaths.

    capital punishment is not a civil thing….how can a country be civilized if it hires people to execute people? that is not civilized. but it was the iraqui puppet court’s choice.

    too many marionettes around.

  • 22. JJ  |  December 31, 2006 at 11:18 am

    The outrage in this trial/execution is that it makes a mockery of the democratic judicial system that it purported to be.

    Why bother having a trial if it’s not impartial, which there’s no way it could be in Iraq? Why bother going through the motions of “serving justice” when Saddam’s fate was decided before the trial even began?

    Justice would have been just as well served by putting a bullet in his head the day they found him in that hole. Instead US political opportunists had to spin it into a media event, and when it started getting old, rush it to its finale. Like fast-forwarding the reality TV show when it gets boring.

    The world is a little worse off after this, not for losing Saddam, but for the depths that were sunk to in the process.

  • 23. The Anon  |  December 31, 2006 at 12:22 pm

    Absolutely JJ. You understand the situation. This was not killing of Saddam to punish him for his alleged crimes it was all about Bush who wanted to prove his manhood and how he orchestrated the whole saga – ok he does not have brains to orchestrate anything – I mean his puppeteers.

  • 24. bcwaterboy  |  December 31, 2006 at 12:44 pm

    You must all check out the post by the rude pundit on Saddam’s death. He has the perfect solution for his skeletal structure. It involves dividing up the bones and inserting said bones into the asses of certain neo-con war criminals. It’s a hoot, but is so true.

  • 25. The Anon  |  December 31, 2006 at 1:04 pm

    Very interesting analysis by the following blogger:

  • 26. The Anon  |  December 31, 2006 at 1:13 pm

    I am having difficulty posting. I wonder if I am the only one.

    Very interesting analysis by this blogger:

  • 27. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 31, 2006 at 2:13 pm

    Here, take the CNN Poll…LOL
    What Else Is On The Endangered List?

  • 28. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 31, 2006 at 2:15 pm

    Hmmmmmm…looks like links do not pass through here…OK!

    Take the CNN Poll!

  • 29. The Anon  |  December 31, 2006 at 2:32 pm

    Interesting read:

  • 30. The Anon  |  December 31, 2006 at 2:37 pm

    Yeah, I am unable to post a link. It is this blog:
    Rolling Back the Tide of Extremism

  • 31. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 31, 2006 at 2:50 pm

    The Anon,

    You realize, of course, that the ‘handlers’ met recently in B.C.?

    Maybe John Manley and his entourage of North American Unification friends should be arrested and sent to the Hague?

    Moi thinks so!

  • 32. Bill-Muskoka  |  December 31, 2006 at 2:52 pm

    The Anon,

    Hey, we all knew that with the advent of eXtreme this and that eXtreme politics wasn’t far behind, eh?

  • 33. The Anon  |  January 1, 2007 at 10:02 am

    I will try again to post the link.

  • 34. Bill-Muskoka  |  January 1, 2007 at 2:26 pm

    The Anon,

    I prefer the video…all the video!

  • 35. The Anon  |  January 2, 2007 at 8:39 am


    Now you know how barbaric these people were, including the excutioners, when they killed Saddam. It is barbaric by any standards and Bushco facilited this barbarity which makes Bushco uncivilized and barbaric as well. Any civilized person will be offended by the brutality of it but then Bushco & their puppets in Iraq are not civilized.

  • 36. Bill-Muskoka  |  January 2, 2007 at 9:45 am

    The Anon,

    Why are you still focused on Bush? It was Sodumb Insane, that arrogant POS Dictator that was punished, as he should have been. He was beyond redemption, rehabilitation, or mercy, and defiant to the very end.

    I do not have warm caring feelings for people who injure and kill thousands and firmly believe they are unworthy of forgiveness or life.

    Forgiveness, despite the gross misinterpretation by modern so-called Christians, comes when there is remorse and repentence, not simply by acting like an act never happened.

    Had it been my family I would have GLADLY pulled the lever on the scumbag bastard, and given him what he gave to so many…humiliation.

    But then I still have a real world sense of reality and justice. I have been in combat and witnessed what real inhumanity is. The hanging was as civilized as it could be…fast, sure, and over!

    I have more compassion for Usama Bin Laden than Sodumb Insane…At least Usama has a cause beyond his own narcissistic self, regardless of the means.

    Sorry, mon ami, but he got exactly what he deserved…what he gave out to others.

    There is a moral lesson in this that seems to escape you? It is called closure for the thousands of families he oppressed. I save imprisonment for those who have committed far less serious crimes.

    The State acted on behalf of the people, as it is their responsibility to do.

    They could have just released him to the inflamed masses and let the people rip him to shreds. How about drawing and quartering? Maybe slow death by chemical agents, like he used on so many.

    Would that have been okay with you?

    While I agree the death penalty is way over used by countries like the U.S., I still hold it to be very appropriate for such mass murderers.

    I bet he met his 72 Virginians at the Pearly Gates, and then the floor dropped out again…WHOOSH!

    If society loses its ability to react to horrific acts then we truly have become uncivilized…we have simply been reduced to autonotoms without humanity.

    Sodumb was no video game!

  • 37. Bill-Muskoka  |  January 2, 2007 at 10:03 am

    The Anon,

    As to Muslims being barbaric…do I detect a bit of bigotry in your statement?

    The teachings of Islam are ones of peace, but justice as well, unlike the wishy-washy crap that western Christendom has manifested through ignorance and apathy.

    I consider bombing people from safe altitudes far more barbaric when they are non-combatant civilians…Like the U.S. and Israel do. Then we have Hamas/Hezbollah and their Flung Doo rocket attacks…same thing…WRONG!

    How about depriving people of their livelihoods, homes, food, medicines, opportunity to have a decent life? Is that barbaric?

    How about Africa, Canadian Aboriginals, homeless people? Where is the deep concern for the problems we can and SHOULD be doing something about?

    Where is the outrage against the LIES of the Vatican, the Roman Imperialism and false history, the funnymentalists running around caring less what the world is like because they feel safe that Jesus is going to take them away and they will not have to bear the consequences of their bottomless greed? Blame it all on the Muslims…they are the hate group du jour in this century.

    Yes, what a Wonderful World! One where people always find a scapegoat and call black white and white black based on religion or race. Makes one proud to call themself ‘civilized’, eh?

  • 38. The Anon  |  January 2, 2007 at 10:56 am


    I agree with you on everything except that I attributed barbarism to Bushco and people they are puppeteering in Iraq. Apparently Saddam was in U.S custody they could have put him through Hague. Then they hanged him on one of the holiest day of Islam.

    Rest of argument I have no problem with. I agree with atrocities of Americans in Iraq and agree with atrocities against natives in North America, and Israeli atrocities against Palestinians and Arabs in general. We are on the same page on those issues.

  • 39. Bill-Muskoka  |  January 2, 2007 at 11:25 am

    The Anon,

    “they could have put him through Hague.”

    Au contrare…that would mean the U.S recognizing the World Criminal Court, something they are dead set against, especially Bushco.

    Secondly, the U.S. is reported to have asked the Iraqi PM to delay the execution, and the Iraqi’s decided to do their own thing.

    So, again, they are not the puppets you want to believe they are. Remember that Iraq has had civilization for millenia. The Arab and Muslim world has given western civilization mathematics, law, equality, science, and a myriad of other philosophical and cultral foundations. They might just know what they are doing from experience?

    It was an Iraqi legal matter, not U.S.. the U.S. held Sodumb because of the establishment in-process of an Iraqi government. They turned Sodumb over to the Iraq government at the Iraqi’s request.

    Glad we agree on the other points ):

  • 40. The Anon  |  January 2, 2007 at 11:40 am

    I agree with you on “civilization mathematics, law, equality, science, and a myriad of other philosophical and cultral foundations” originating in Arabia. However, this trial and hanging was staged by Bushco every step of the way. Why you think first judge quit? Too much interference.

  • 41. Bill-Muskoka  |  January 2, 2007 at 1:36 pm

    The Anon,

    We simply were not there to hear all the trial. Lawyers quit as well as were assassinated. Not a bad thing in many respects. LOL

    We have been a witness to 35 years of abuse. That was sufficient grounds for me. Justice has been done!

    It is done, it is over, and that remains that. Next topic mon ami!

  • 42. The Anon  |  January 3, 2007 at 4:57 am

    May be justice is done but retaliations have just begun. 77 people were killed on the day of hanging. The cycle of violence and vengeance continues and is never ending. That is why vengeance is such a horrible human emotion that all prophets and religions have advised against it.

    U.S might not acknowledge International Court but it could have sent Saddam to Hague as the President of Yugoslavia was sent under similar circumstances.

    Assassination of Saddam was vengeance – state-vengeance. Now how you tell 10’s of thousands of angry people in Iraq to stop vengeance.

    Yes mon ami I am willing to move on to other discussions but violence in middle east is not going go away with current Bushco policies. It only stands to worsen.

  • 43. Bill-Muskoka  |  January 3, 2007 at 6:10 am

    The Anon,

    Violence in the ME has not begun with Sodumb Insane’s hanging, nor will it end. It dates back to the great divide between Muslim teachings and the succession of Muhammed.

    Sodumb and Bush or two tiny little blips in history that are meaningless to the cause of the violence.

    Study the history since the 8th century and you realize it is cause, the violence, by the Iman’s teaching hatre and distrust.

    Sodumb, if he did one thing right, put fear into the Iraqis who refuse to get along. Since he fell the country has reverted back to what it was before…sectarian violence.

    It is about to happen in the U.S. as well, and will be just as, if not more bloody than Iraq.

    Anyway…Off we go to the next topic. Have a good day!

  • 44. The Anon  |  January 6, 2007 at 6:02 pm

    We agree to disagree on this one on some matters. However, time to move on to other discussions.

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