The Iraqi government’s Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, says he supports Blair on removing Saddam (video clip of Blair interview.)
Comment at end
17th December, 2009
NOT (JUST) A DEATH THREAT AGAINST BLAIR
Sultan: “What death threat? I’m making an execution threat. This rubbish is guilty and needs to be eliminated. You are entitled to volunteer and take his place, but don’t worry he is guilty of many deaths so we’ll need a population of volunteers to be in his place to secure his filthy neck.” (Ed:My bolding)
A DEATH THREAT AGAINST THE ENTIRE BRITISH POPULATION
It seems to be acceptable in politically correct Britain to issue this kind of threat against public figures AND now against the entire population. The website which carries this comment exchange (before it was moderated out at the original site – presumably after it had been cross-published) has not noticed or highlighted this.
I have and I will.
The ‘butcher’s knife’ wielder was also calling for ALL of us to take Blair’s place in execution row, if we wanted him spared. That is a threat that no-one, not even the p.c. authorities should ignore.
This rabble rousing is par for the course, some might suggest, as the Iraq Inquiry proceeds. Except it isn’t. It has been ongoing for the last three years to my certain knowledge, and possibly longer.
But it is logical, and to be expected, given the mainstream press’s campaign against Tony Blair. It’s only one step up from calling Blair a “war-criminal” who will “escape justice” from the Iraq Inquiry because of an “establishment stitch-up”. (The fact that the earlier “stitch-up” regarding his being selected – NOT – as EU president was a dropped stitch is forgotten by the knitters at the foot of the gallows.)
Apart from criminals and occasional loons like Frears (and even he prefers to publish his vitriol and murderous hatred abroad) here in Britain we do NOT threaten ANYONE with death. Particularly, and because we are a democracy, WE DO NOT threaten politicians, even politicians we hate.
WE DO NOT.
Democracy is how we remove politicians who we consider have fallen from grace, not with a “butcher’s knife”.
MY MESSAGE TO SULTAN
Get out of this country. You clearly do not subscribe to its system of democratic accountability.
Find somewhere more suited to killing politicians and an entire population. There must be somewhere you can fly your little kite and keep your little head long enough to see the fruits of your troubles.
You are not welcome here. You and your like are beginning to rile even the most broad-minded, liberal and tolerant of us. Perhaps even those of us who don’t give a toss about Tony Blair’s decisions, integrity or even the longevity of his life.
A little warning – you won’t like us when we’re riled.
Not a threat.
Here is the exchange, screen-saved, below. Apologies that the shots are so small, but any larger and they leaked across the columns to the right. Please go here to read the below more clearly.
MUSLIM PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE UK commenter & death threats via Harry’s Place.
This comment from CookieCutter on 14th December, 2009, 7:55 am caught my eye:
‘BTW, a poster at MPAC UK on the Blair thread made a death threat against Blair. http://theymadeitup.squarespace.com/the-latest-news-and-discussion/2009/12/13/death-threat-to-tony-blair-at-mpac-uk.html
MPAC UK did remove it. SHould the police investigate it?’
Please take a look at the screenshots of the comment exchange below. (More here)
Do your own due diligence on this crowd.
Another commenter at their website says this:
“String Blair up by his balls. Then twist him around until they fall off.”
Pleasant lot, aren’t they?
Excerpt: (My bolding)
MPs have criticised the BBC for hosting an online debate asking whether homosexuals should be executed.
The debate on the Have Your Say website, which was originally entitled “Should homosexuals face execution”, has attracted more than 600 comments, only 200 of which were deemed suitable for publication. Last night it was listed as the most popular forum on the BBC’s website.
The corporation changed the headline to “Should Uganda debate gay execution?” after lobbying by the BBC Pride board, which is composed of gay and lesbian staff at the corporation.
The forum’s introduction said: “Should homosexuals face execution? Yes, we accept it is a stark and disturbing question. But this is the reality behind an Anti-Homosexuality Bill being debated on Friday by the Ugandan Parliament which would see some homosexual offences punishable by death.”
2. Meanwhile in Iran – the ISLAMIC REPUBLIC of … nice place for YOU, Sultan?