June 25, 2007

A day to be proud of...

Chemical Ali will hang for his lead role in the death of 180,000 Kurds murdered during the "Anfal" campaign, mounted between February and September 1988 by the Iraqi regime of Saddam Hussein...

GatewayPundit has the story, and some heartrending pictures...

That we have brought some of those monsters to justice is as good and noble and Christian a deed as trying the Nazis at Nuremberg. Better in several ways; this is not just conquerer's justice, but done by the elected leadership of the Iraqi people. And without the necessity of cooperating with the Soviets, who murdered even more people than the Germans did.

What really galls me is the utter ice-heartedness of our fake anti-war crowd. 180,000 civilians killed in one campaign, but they don't want to know. They don't want it talked about, because it might hurt them in elections. (Which is what they really care about, not "peace.") They claim to be against genocide...well, here's the real item. And if the fake peaceniks had their way, it would still be going on.

Mother and child dead in Halabja.Jpg

Posted by John Weidner at June 25, 2007 5:49 AM
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