Monday, January 24, 2005

Democracy is an Evil Principle

CTV news has published a story that a key aide to al-Zarqawi, named Sami Mohammed Ali Said al-Jaaf, or Abu Omar al-Kurdi, was arrested during a raid in Baghdad on January 15th. This charming fellow is said to be responsible for helping to carry out 75% of the 32 bombings in Baghdad since the US led invasion. Surely this is good news in the lead up to elections at the end of the month. A day earlier:

a man identifying himself as al-Zarqawi declared war on democracy in an audio taped statement posted on the Internet. "We have declared a fierce war on this evil principle of democracy and those who follow this wrong ideology," said the speaker. "Anyone who tries to help set up this system is part of it." The speaker continued to say that the Americans are using the Jan. 30 Iraqi elections to install the Shiite majority in power, and called the candidates "demi-idols" and the people who vote for them "infidels."
Of course, you may believe like al-Zarqawi that it is the American infidels who are the evildoers in Iraq. Everyone in the media seems to knows that, don't they? Now we know why, too. The Yanks are trying to assist the Iraqi people in accepting this evil principle of democracy. Got it!

The price of tyranny is eternal bloodshed.


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