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January 11, 2008

Let’s Kill Him

President MusharrafMusharraf’s a little too big for his britches:

President Pervez Musharraf said in an interview published Friday that U.S. troops would be regarded as invaders if they crossed into Pakistan to hunt al-Qaida militants…

“If they come without our permission, that’s against the sovereignty of Pakistan. I challenge anybody coming into our mountains. They would regret that day,” he said in the interview.

This idiot doesn’t seem to realize that he exists at our behest; we can easily destroy him, and win the support of Pakistani republicans, India, and the world at large. Even the Islamists would support such a move, possibly splitting the enemy and winning us new friends in our hunt for Bin Laden. Let’s take Musharraf out. Then the way’ll be clear to find Osama. Musharraf’s henchmen, the ISI, are little better than the Republican Guard when it comes to abetting terrorism.

I’m sick of the US having to cowtow to these Fundamentalist Islamist moonbat morons. Kill them all, and let Presidnet Bush sort through the ruins to find Bin Laden’s charred corpse.

In your hearts, you know I’m right. Anyone who’s been alive since 9/11 knows we’ve been dealing with these lunatics for far too long. Kill them all, clear the slate. Next time we’ll have Pakistani moderates to deal with, Pakistani Christians on our side, and Indian army troops at our back. I think we’ll earn eternal gratitude for liberating these people from the twin threats of militarism and Islamism, and India will love us for bringing freedom to their unstable western neighbor, as well.

The road to the end of terrorism will be paved with the bones of the terrorists themselves.

38 Comments »

  1. How do we know he’s in Pakistan? He could be anywhere, even six feet under for all we know.

    But I have to say, for a world power to be unable for SIX YEARS to find a guy living in the mountains and on dialysis really says something about our country. We caught Saddam pretty quickly, why is this guy so hard to find?

    Comment by TrogdortheEnlightened — January 11, 2008 @ 12:03 pm | Reply

  2. I bet Musharraf was urging Saddam Hussian to do 911. It’s time for that dictator to go. American style democracy in Pakistan NOW!

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 11, 2008 @ 12:17 pm | Reply

  3. I’m sick of the US having to cowtow to these Fundamentalist Conservofascist geocentric morons. Kill them all, and let President Bush sort through the ruins to find Sisyphus’ charred corpse.

    And FYI, just because you can kill someone doesn’t mean they are indebted to you for not killing them. If that was true, you’d have to worship the ground I walk on for not tracking your IP, finding your address, and using your own blender to make a Sisyphus puree.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 11, 2008 @ 12:36 pm | Reply

  4. I’m sick of the US having to cowtow to these Fundamentalist Conservofascist geocentric morons. Kill them all, and let President Bush sort through the ruins to find Sisyphus’ charred corpse.”

    That’s a contradiction in terms, treefrog. People like me built this country. We ARE this country. We are America. You people are not. You, like your boat-people ancestors, are only here to parasitize this nation.

    “And FYI, just because you can kill someone doesn’t mean they are indebted to you for not killing them. If that was true, you’d have to worship the ground I walk on for not tracking your IP, finding your address, and using your own blender to make a Sisyphus puree.”

    Oooh, big man. As if an IP were so hard to conceal or fake. Go ahead, kill some random person. Random crime is all you moonbats are good for, anyway.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 11, 2008 @ 12:41 pm | Reply

  5. “How do we know he’s in Pakistan? He could be anywhere, even six feet under for all we know.”

    I doubt it. We’d know. He’s in Pakistan. It’s common knowledge.

    “But I have to say, for a world power to be unable for SIX YEARS to find a guy living in the mountains and on dialysis really says something about our country. We caught Saddam pretty quickly, why is this guy so hard to find?”

    Because he’s protected by Musharraf.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 11, 2008 @ 12:43 pm | Reply

  6. “I bet Musharraf was urging Saddam Hussian to do 911. It’s time for that dictator to go. American style democracy in Pakistan NOW!”

    Amen!

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 11, 2008 @ 12:43 pm | Reply

  7. You are SOOO clueless!

    Maybe the average Pakistani does care much for either Musharraf OR the extreemists, but that doesn’t mean that they don’t have any national pride. Having American troops operating at will in Pakistan would be as gaulling to them as having Pakistani troops roving about in America would be to use.

    Musharraf’s views accurately reflect those of the rest of his countrymen on that point.

    Comment by indyandy — January 11, 2008 @ 12:45 pm | Reply

  8. “…would be as gaulling to them as having Pakistani troops roving about in America would be to US.” (sorry)

    Comment by indyandy — January 11, 2008 @ 12:46 pm | Reply

  9. Post 2.
    “Sisyphus puree”

    Now that is a dish i would rather not consume (and very quickly afterwards, reguritate. yuck.).

    I rather that they were kept alive, “Fundamentalist Conservofascist geocentric morons” could benfit the field of psychology fair amount (A display of extreme delusion prehaps?). Also, is that not a form of “cultural cleansing,” or do I misunderstand the term?

    Orignal Post.

    Also, as with neuclear attacks, genocide is usually somewhat frowned upon by the word community. As such, I belive that it is unlikely to happen any time soon.

    “Pakistani moderates to deal with”

    What to you mean? I thought that moderation was generally a desired thing. I quite like moderation myself, but only in moderation, of course ;P

    “I think we’ll earn eternal gratitude”
    Gratitude, eternal? Please, It’ll be mostly forgotten in about 150 years if that were to happen. And the people were thankful.

    “The road to the end of terrorism will be paved with the bones of the terrorists themselves”

    Implications of a literal interpation of your meatphor (you like literal interpations, don’t you?):

    The road will have a lot of holes, as bones do not fit in straight lines.
    The road will be rather usless for vehicles (they would bread said bones)
    The road will take a very long time to build, as the dead bodies will have to rot away. Otherwise terrorists will have to donate limbs containing bones, e.g. an arm or a leg. Or a lot of money will have to be spent removing the flesh.

    So really, it’s a bit of a bad idea, don’t you agree?

    Comment by Austin — January 11, 2008 @ 1:01 pm | Reply

  10. Posts 7., 8.

    indyandy, I agree, I would be curious as to wy a forign nation’s troops were in the country I live in, and if they were there illigally, I would be distincly annoyed

    Comment by Austin — January 11, 2008 @ 1:07 pm | Reply

  11. “I bet Musharraf was urging Saddam Hussian to do 911.”

    this is stupid of course, you have absolutely no idea what he did and didn’t do or if he talked to Hussein at all, so why pretend that you do?

    Personally, I think Osama Bin Ladin is staying at the white house and sleeping in the Lincoln bedroom. Can you prove me wrong?
    Of course not, neither can I prove you wrong. The only ones who know for an absolute fact where he is are the ones that actually see him. He can be in the room next to yours, yet you couldn’t know for sure unless you actually looked in the room yourself.

    Can you tell me why on 9/11 all air traffic was grounded and no flights in or out of the country were allowed (without explicit government approval) except for four planes, and those planes took Bin Ladin’s family members that were in the states back home to Saudi Arabia, with no security measures taken at all, no checking them, or asking them anything, just hop on and go, Bin Ladin’s family is well trusted here ya know. If we were going to go after him, why would we coddle to his family like that, or was he one of those planes too and they just failed to let that bit of info out?

    Comment by Arn — January 11, 2008 @ 1:12 pm | Reply

  12. Go on then. Invade Pakistan. I’d like to see you try and conquer one of the biggest armies in the world, while yours is tied up in Afghanistan and Iraq.

    Comment by Communist — January 11, 2008 @ 2:32 pm | Reply

  13. We (and even more so the Brits) should have never let Pakistan split from India. It’s time to reunite them.

    Comment by dadaclu — January 11, 2008 @ 2:35 pm | Reply

  14. Eventually, we can annex Pakistan and give them third-class status. I think this is the best long term goal.

    Comment by bobcorker — January 11, 2008 @ 3:15 pm | Reply

  15. “People like me built this country. We ARE this country. We are America.”
    No, you didn’t build this country. You’re devoted to destroying it, and in its place, erect a theocracy. People like me, Arn, and Austin are America. We believe everyone is entitled to the same degree of freedom, regardless of who they are, where they come from, and what invisible man/woman they worship.
    If you are like America, why haven’t any of your lucid fantasies been fulfilled? I still see heavy metal, homosexuals, free speech, and Liberals. Guess maybe you’re wrong. It’s ok, I’ve come to expect that.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 11, 2008 @ 3:34 pm | Reply

  16. You know… I’ve been harboring this revolutionary idea for the longest time.

    America can problably end most terrorism TODAY. Those people would gladly hand over Osama bin Laden, and the world would once again regain a friend in that chaotic area of the world. All of George Bush’s “pipe dreams” could become possible, and peace on Earth can be regained at square one.

    All of this could be possible…

    If the US makes a gigantic U-turn…

    And blow up Israel instead. ^_^_=

    Comment by Tyrenol — January 11, 2008 @ 7:37 pm | Reply

  17. Fundamentalist Conservofascist Geocentric Moronism is prevailant in this blog. Pretty much sums up KKKorKKKer, Sisyphus, Psycheout, BJ Tabor. The Republican party unaniously loves Mushariff (with Ron Paul being the lone exception) and to now finally have a grievance against the guy is a bigger flip flop than Mutt Romney’s or John McAmnesty’s presidential election temporary change of heart. I bet anything these chumps will claim Jesus told them to support one of these 2 losers within weeks, perhaps even sooner.

    Comment by SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty — January 12, 2008 @ 6:36 am | Reply

  18. ….and yes, Bin W Laden is occupying the White House under the guise of Osama Bush. But the Fundamentalist Conservofascist Geocentric morons are just too plain stupid to admit it.

    Comment by SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty — January 12, 2008 @ 6:40 am | Reply

  19. Elephant Bones,

    Why do you hate freedom? We are talking about bring democracy to millions of people in Pakistan. Sure there were some problems in Afghanistan and Iraq, some people got killed and those countries are threatened with anarchy, but our hearts were in the right place we know so much more now! We could give those people so much, and then the Iranians! Instead you harp on about your civil liberties. Why is always about you Elephant Bones? Think of the poor Pakistanis.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 12, 2008 @ 1:02 pm | Reply

  20. “Why do you hate freedom?”
    That’s not a question. That’s propagandist drivel used when people have nothing smarter to say.
    “We are talking about bring democracy to millions of people in Pakistan.”
    Through the reckless murder of potentially innocent people. No democracy founded like that is ever going to last.
    “Sure there were some problems in Afghanistan and Iraq, some people got killed and those countries are threatened with anarchy, but our hearts were in the right place”
    Who cares if our hearts were in the right place? If we only make the problem worse, saying “we were trying to do good” won’t alleviate the damage caused. the road to hell is paved with good intentions; only if your good intentions bring good results do they matter.
    “Instead you harp on about your civil liberties.”
    Without civil liberties, we’re not a democracy. and if we’re not a democracy, we are in no position to “bring democracy” to other nations.
    “Think of the poor Pakistanis.”
    Without thinking about what we’re doing, we’re going to make things worse. haste makes waste, and there’s no excuse for wasting lives.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 12, 2008 @ 6:08 pm | Reply

  21. Well stated EB. This BJ sounds like a real dildo.

    Comment by SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty — January 12, 2008 @ 8:34 pm | Reply

  22. “That’s not a question. That’s propagandist drivel used when people have nothing smarter to say”

    Sorry stupid Elephant poop, that is the question.

    Another one is “Why do you want to make the baby Jesus cry?” why why why?

    Comment by Marty McPain — January 12, 2008 @ 11:02 pm | Reply

  23. I think Spacebrother, his new handle, and his repetitive insults are an accurate representation of all liberals. Get a brain before you come back, you little faggot.

    “Without civil liberties, we’re not a democracy. and if we’re not a democracy, we are in no position to “bring democracy” to other nations.”

    There was a user known as “St. Legalize” that gave excellent reasons for why we don’t need civil liberties.

    “Can you tell me why on 9/11 all air traffic was grounded and no flights in or out of the country were allowed (without explicit government approval) except for four planes, and those planes took Bin Ladin’s family members that were in the states back home to Saudi Arabia, with no security measures taken at all, no checking them, or asking them anything, just hop on and go, Bin Ladin’s family is well trusted here ya know. If we were going to go after him, why would we coddle to his family like that, or was he one of those planes too and they just failed to let that bit of info out?”

    I didn’t think you were stupid enough to be a Loose Changer, Arn.

    Comment by bobcorker — January 13, 2008 @ 12:38 am | Reply

  24. “I didn’t think you were stupid enough to be a Loose Changer, Arn.”
    A what?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 13, 2008 @ 3:29 am | Reply

  25. Does it occur to you Bob Corker that more than one person here believes you are an Arian Race member? I can think for myself without Spacebrother’s help you KKK Nazifudgepacker. You’re a stain on the human race and a traitor to America.

    Comment by SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty — January 13, 2008 @ 3:32 am | Reply

  26. What? No response Bob Nazifudgepacker KKKorKKKer?

    Comment by SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty — January 13, 2008 @ 6:33 pm | Reply

  27. No one would mind Musharraf being dead. But good luck, idiots, THE MAN HAS NUKES. NUCLEAR-[FREAKING]-BOMBS. Since ’98. Unfortunately, fighting a nuclear power isn’t like fighting terrorism. Not even considering if a strike hit the U.S., our troops alone don’t have any defense against a warhead other than “don’t be within a massive radius”. It’s like trying to kill God with a block of cheese.

    Comment by Dio Brando — January 14, 2008 @ 4:16 am | Reply

  28. “There was a user known as “St. Legalize” that gave excellent reasons for why we don’t need civil liberties.”

    LOLWUT

    Without civil liberties, you have zero rights except for what the government tells you to do(this includes speaking, reading, manner of walking, temperment, emotions, and possibly even thinking).

    Comment by Korean pride — January 14, 2008 @ 4:18 am | Reply

  29. “Without civil liberties, you have zero rights except for what the government tells you to do(this includes speaking, reading, manner of walking, temperment, emotions, and possibly even thinking).”

    If it’s a truly Christian government, I don’t have a problem with this.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 14, 2008 @ 6:34 am | Reply

  30. “If it’s a truly Christian government, I don’t have a problem with this.”

    So you’d follow everything according to the Bible? Slavery and stoning and all? Then why not go out and stone some heathens now? Shoot them all in the name of the Lord!

    Comment by Dio Brando — January 14, 2008 @ 7:23 am | Reply

  31. Don’t encourage him….

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 14, 2008 @ 8:56 am | Reply

  32. Send KKKorKKKer to kill him
    some reasons:

    1.KKKorKKKer won the battle of the kitchen by beating his Xena-like wife into submission while reading the bible simultaneously.
    2.In case of accidents he can conjure up his dangerous friend President Brownback.
    3.He can always ban the Pakistani in case of too much communication (He is a Rambo after all)
    4.He can blame everything on his biblical interpretations and drunken angels.
    5. he knows how to throw platipii off the edge of the world, and Pakistani are part of THE GREAT PLATYPUS CONSPIRACY.
    6.To relax he can discuss some good duck riddles with Arn (and almost get the right answer after a week of guessing….well done KKKorKKKer, erratum humanum est)to relieve the pressure of intense heroism.
    7.He knows how to deal with little children in case the Pakistani run out of grown up soldiers.

    Go Bob KILLKILLKILL!!!!

    Comment by MoxoM — January 14, 2008 @ 10:02 am | Reply

  33. Even the Islamists would support such a move, possibly splitting the enemy and winning us new friends in our hunt for Bin Laden.

    You laready tried that with Bin Laden and the Soviets. And we all know how THAT ended.

    Then the way’ll be clear to find Osama.

    It´s not Musharaf´s men that are the main obstacle in the mountain areas anyway…

    But, hell yeah, try it! That´s at least one nuclear firework show that´s rather unlikely to directly concern us here in old europe, so we can watch you and the pakis happily nuking each other into oblivion.

    Comment by PG — January 14, 2008 @ 12:39 pm | Reply

  34. “You laready tried that with Bin Laden and the Soviets. And we all know how THAT ended.”

    We won.

    “It´s not Musharaf´s men that are the main obstacle in the mountain areas anyway…”

    One Pakistani is as bad as another. They all work for the same government. If you’re not against Musharraf, you’re objectively pro-Taliban. It’s as simple as that, PG. And YOUR troops are over there fighting them, too.

    “But, hell yeah, try it! That´s at least one nuclear firework show that´s rather unlikely to directly concern us here in old europe, so we can watch you and the pakis happily nuking each other into oblivion.”

    The Pakistanis don’t have ICBMs. The only Americans they could reach are in Europe, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Don’t worry, though, India has nukes too, and they’re not afraid to use them. That’s enough of a deterrent for Pakistan. This war will be fought with conventional weapons. After all, Saddam hid his WMDs rather than use them; I think Musharraf is even more cowardly.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 15, 2008 @ 3:07 pm | Reply

  35. “After all, Saddam hid his WMDs rather than use them”
    Kinda easy to hide what doesn’t exist.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 15, 2008 @ 6:42 pm | Reply

  36. We won.

    The Soviet Union was already going down anyway. And Mr. Bin Laden…. well, he certainly DID use the training, the money and the weapons. Just not only against the targets he was supposed to…

    One Pakistani is as bad as another. They all work for the same government. If you’re not against Musharraf, you’re objectively pro-Taliban. It’s as simple as that, PG. And YOUR troops are over there fighting them, too.

    It´s exactly the pro-taliban tribal idiots that are fighting AGAINST Musharraf in the mountainous areas. Hell, just yesterday they made a massed attack on a pakistanian army base and took over shop, killing at least a dozen of Musharraf´s soldiers (another 20 or so are MIA).

    Oh, and my countrymen at least do something productive instead of randomly bombing people. They stand guard and stabilise the area. And soon, they´ll likely serve as a rapid reaction force for the entirety of northern Afghanistan, relieving the Norwegians from that job.

    The Pakistanis don’t have ICBMs. The only Americans they could reach are in Europe, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Don’t worry, though, India has nukes too, and they’re not afraid to use them. That’s enough of a deterrent for Pakistan. This war will be fought with conventional weapons. After all, Saddam hid his WMDs rather than use them; I think Musharraf is even more cowardly.

    That´s because Saddam never had any nukes. And if Musharraf doesn´t use them, someone else will. Hell, in all that chaos that your conventional war will cause, chances are that the taliban or bin Laden will get themselves some heat. And a range of 3600 km+ is still enough for the pakis to waste every US base in the entire Middle East and many in Asia. (Oh, yeah, the pakis are already developing ICBM´s and it´s their stated military doctrine to react to anyone invading them with ANY means necessary, including the nukes.)

    What you finally fail to grasp again is that the world doesn´t always work the way you want. And taking a risk involving nuclear weaponry is something the US government was ever far too clever (or not suicidal enough) to do.

    Comment by PG — January 17, 2008 @ 11:28 am | Reply

  37. Only 2.3% of Indians are christians and presumably most of them are not the kind of mouth breathing, half brained morons that would sit would accept your philosophy, that’s a lot of heathens. Better not stop at Pakistan.

    Comment by Anthony — January 19, 2008 @ 3:35 am | Reply

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