Who will kill that bloody dog George W Bush?

George W Bush was in deep sleep when the final proceedings to terminate the life of Saddam Hussein were on in Iraq. He must have been over the moon with the gratification of ending the sufferings of the Iraqi people and wiping off some serious terror factor from a Muslim country. When he got up to a world with a lesser number of direct enemies and an increased number of indirect ones, Bush was only more pleased to address the world. Bush is King again, in a world devoid of Hussein!

Did Hussein really deserve the death rope? Was he a dogged tyrant? Did he initiate the massacre of his opposition? Questions are aplenty and the answers are not so relevant in this scenario. Hussein might have been a despot. He must have ordered the mass killing and he must have deserved the verdict he got eventually. But who was the authority to sentence him to death? Was it the people of Iraq or the supremo of the United States? Technically, death was awarded to him by the Iraqi law and not the US officials; but that is ‘technically’ only. The world knew what would be Saddam’s plight when the US soldiers unearthed him months back. A court of Justice was formed in a hurry, reasons and accusations to lodge against him were already with the US officials, and the advocates of the tyrant were killed in advance. All set for the final showdown. Saddam argued for his own case, he altercated with the Judge of the dummy government and its laws; all in vain. The writing was already on the wall, and the script was written by the White House years back. The drama followed, in the absence of any major hero. Only the villain got the scenic appearance. And on December 30, when the penultimate sunrays of the year started to fall on Mesopotamia, its leader was hanged to death. The US President was in deep sleep then.

Hussein might or might not have been guilty. But after all, he was the President of a Nation, a leader, a ruler. What was America’s business in Iraq? As all know, Bush (both versions, Senior and Junior) had serious plans for Iraq and its wealth. Is America the world police? Is America the court to settle national or international affairs of another country where it has no settlement with? Solely for the purpose of killing the Iraqi swayer, it devised a theory that Saddam’s regime had kept Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) somewhere in that land. At the end of the invasion and laying waste to its celebrated culture and assets, the US was humbled by their own sordid revelation that Iraq had not stored any WMDs! The otiose United Nations didn’t protest, and countries like India were happy not to speak. The stage was set for more carnage and destruction. To sum it up, one will need to say that the US carried Weapons of Mass Destruction to invade the land of Arabian Nights, based on some cooked up stories, to demolish the land and its people.

If Hussein was responsible for the killing of 148 people in his land, isn’t the US responsible for the slaughter in many countries across continents? Then who will kill the blood-thirsty street dog George W Bush, who led the butchery? Hope someone will come soon to end the misery of the world. It is time the world leaders mouthed harshly against such deeds, than expressed shallow and slimy words like ‘unfortunate’ and ‘disappointing’. Bring Bush to the court of law, have the mettle to initiate it, speak for peace….

52 thoughts on “Who will kill that bloody dog George W Bush?

  1. You have echoed my sentiments…and I just came to know that Saddam was perhaps the only Islamic head of a state who supported India on Kashmir.

    Happy New Year!


  2. Re: Silverine

    Right! Most people share the same views on this case…. I didn’t know the fact you gave here! Thanks a lot for that info. People need study that then…

    Happy New Year to you too Anjali…


  3. Hyderabad, Dec 30 (IANS) The execution of former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein Saturday evoked strong public protests in Andhra Pradesh.

    Protesters took out rallies and burnt effigies of US President George W. Bush. Holding posters of Saddam, they Shouting slogans of ‘Down with American imperialism’.Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM), which has a strong presence in this state capital In Hyderabad, MIM activists held protests in different places in the Muslim majority old city parts and held a demonstration in Mehdipatnam.
    MIM president and former MP Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi said if Saddam had committed crimes he should have been punished by the people of Iraq or their elected government. “He was tried and punished the way the US wanted. The trial was big charade,” he said.

    “We are not saying that he should not have been punished but the question is who has the right to punish him. Certainly not a country which invaded Iraq,” Owaisi told IANS.”This is a murder of justice. Bush has proved that he is the Hitler of the 21st century,” “It is Bush who should be hanged for killing thousands of people in Iraq and Afghanistan,” and added: “If Saddam committed crimes against humanity, the crimes committed by Bush across the world are equally heinous. If Saddam has been hanged for his crimes why Bush should go scot-free?”


  4. Wishing you and all your loved ones a very good new year Sreejith!
    I hope there wiil be peace in the world this year!
    We have to hope and pray for the best!



  5. Exactly my Question! Who will hang Bush?

    It was beyond pathetic how Saddam was hanged. It was a violation of human rights and it was as barbaric as Saddam’s actions. So who’s better? It was revenge, not justice.

    Happy New Year to ya!


  6. SriJ: Happy New Year..

    It was sad when things happened and felt bad when someone misused their cellphone and showed his act of cruelty against a human being who had no life.

    World has gone crazy with people who are fanatics.


  7. It was the US who gave weapons to Saddam to atack Iran and using the left overs, he killed the 148 people. Some say, the trial was hurried and he was executed so that nothing could be traced back to US.


  8. Re: Samuru999

    Thanks for the wishes Margie…. My pleasure to wish and your family the very best in 2007 and in all the years to come…

    Let’s hope for a peaceful new year….


  9. Well the Big Boss Bushman is just flexing his muscles and showing that he is the Don. Now with no threat to his Kingdom he has to have some timepass . Unfortunately his eyes fel on Poor Saddam.
    A Very Good blog:)


  10. well this have made some peoples happy while made other’s very angry … i would not comment weather desicion was right or wrong … but i personally feel there should be no death sentence in world (if you catch the criminal why not keep him in jail for whole life if the crime was henious) … but i recommend reforms instead of punishment .(also remember there is no gurantee that person you are executing is defenately criminal , cause judiciary is managed by humans and human’s cant be perfect there are always chances of error)


  11. Sorry I dont share your view.

    Saddam was created by the US government. They fixed their own error. That’s it.

    Saddam was a coldblooded killer and a tyrant. He got what he deserved.

    Where was the sympathy for the thousands of people including many many Indians who were driven out in to the desert when Saddam marched on Kuwait?

    Where was the sympathy for the Kurds, when Saddam killed 5000 of them using poison gas?

    Where was the sympathy for the several Saddam’s own party members who were called out of and were shot to death, some by Saddam himself?

    Gandhi, Rajiv, Indira all were killed too. Where was this outrage then? They were atleast Indian leaders.
    How can people be so forgetful?

    Iraqis are killing each other. Shia against Sunni. Their rivalry is hundreds of years old. Nothing will change that.

    Where are the Islamic countries when natural disasters strike other nations? They only know to fight fight fight. Bush may not be a saint, but let us not forget the good things the United States does.


  12. Re: AnkurIndia

    I agree to your views in the case that you have presented. But still I feel there should be the death penalty for certain cases like treason, terrorism, rape, intentional killing etc…


  13. Re: Anonymous

    Nice to get a comment in opposition. It is true that Saddam was developed by the US, but killing him is not a justification of that poor act done by the Americans. Finishing off such a soul can be a good option if it helps the world to become a better place. But this case is so different. Saddam was not attacking any other nation and he didn’t have WMD with his regime. The events only showed the foulplay involved in the story and the real intention of the Americans.

    It is true that Saddam was no saint either. But the reasons based on which the Americans invaded Iraq were not justifiable. If the killing of Saddam was a welcome change; what about the killings of innocents around the world, by the same Americans who are doing these ‘good things’ according to you?


  14. Oopsey….
    SOme one is very very furious i guess!!
    🙂 Peace friend~ Happy new year!!

    On a serious note,
    when Sadam was executed for killing so many- Bush also must be executed for he has killed so many ppl- blasting away a city & the monuments & most of all- precious lives… BUSH should also be given the same punishment!!


  15. I don’t agree with your comments about saddam. He got what he deserved. This must be a good lesson for all dictators.

    If America is not doing this who will do it.

    I am not santifing Bush.
    Do good and Get good.


  16. Re: Anonymous

    Accepting your views. He must have been a dictator too. But the Americans misinformed the world that he possessed weapons to kill the whole world! Based on that they invaded Iraq. What about the people dead across the world, just because of America’s love of war? Bush also needs to be hanged. No doubt!


  17. Good post which has aroused some thots in your comment box. You have well attacked the issue with an outrageous Title and with words to follow.

    Sreejith, I guess the times have changed, We don’t need good or justice to kill the wrong/evil

    Wrong/evil kills evil/wrong.
    only evil has the power to kill such evils.

    In all walks of life I observe and sense…Good cannot kill EVIL. Good is the common man who is either a spectator or an innocent who gets killed accidentally in some terrorist attack.


  18. Sreejith, I agree. You cannot fix a wrong with another wrong. But why all the sympathy for this cold blooded killer? and not the hundreds dying in Darfur? In Africa, killed by Taliban? Who cares about Saddam? Who is he? He is not worth my sympathy, that’s what I am saying. He is not a nobel peace price winner!

    Political parties (the left) is using Saddam to deflect attention of the people away from domestic issues.


  19. oh no! they killed Saddam, our uncle Saddam.. how could they? that evil Bush! Saddam was such a nice man…. after all, he killed only few thousand people! He only took over and looted one country! He only killed his son-in-laws in cold blood! Only several years of war with Iran!

    Now Iraqi’s don’t need any help from Americans in killing their brothers left and right. And no one is outraged over that!


  20. Re: Anonymous

    I agree in your saying that there are people with poor plights around the world. But that is not a justification to turn your face away from this incident, one of the most bitter injustices of the century. I repeat my point, the arguments based on which the US attacked Iraq were manipulated wilfully. The US had to end Saddam and they found a reason for it. Many other cases against him were pending without the completion of the trials. I am opposing only that fact. I also have made it clear in this post that Saddam might or might not have been a tyrant, but that is totally out of context here….


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