April 15, 2004

Al Quaida Peace offer?

Mr. Bin Laden, I understand you have offered to the governments of Europe some insignificant facsimile of a truce in your current terror war against their citizenry.

No true olive branch is extended by you, and none was ever honestly expected by any wise or intelligent person. What you offer is only a temporary absence of hostile action, no real peace, no real truce.

In all honesty, I want no part of any truce you offer. I want no peace from you except that which comes as a result of your horrific, bloody, satisfying death.

With every flag draped coffin that returns to our shores in the belly of a transport plane, my anger grows. With every tear that stains the cheeks of an orphaned child, every sob that wracks the body of a new widow I find hatred less and less a stranger. I look on the burning vehicles and the corpses in the streets and I want the horror and the pain you've inflicted reciprocated to you and to you alone.

I want your entrails boiled and served to the sow that suckled your worthless, craven form.

I want your severed head given as a carnal plaything to the red-assed monkey from who's whithered loins your perverse and diseased seed was spawned.

I want packs of dogs rip to at your carcass, and the eaters of carrion to pick at the bits in the dirt. And when they are done, I want your bones crushed and mixed with lard and burned until there is nothing but dust to be carried in the wind into the desert where it will blow forever across the dunes, giving you no peace, no place in paradise, no eternity except as something swept up in a Hoover and placed at the curb in an ashcan.

I want to see a synagogue built at the entrance to the cave where you are found, cowering and covered with your own excrement, and for the people of Israel to come in pilgrimage every year to celebrate your death at the hands of American Infidels.

You see, Mr. Bin Laden, what I truly long for from you is not something you will ever be prepared to give. And as such, it will simply be taken.

And soon.

Very soon.

Posted by Mamamontezz at April 15, 2004 10:55 PM

Excellent, scatter the remains over a freshly radiated Mecca.

Posted by: Jack at April 16, 2004 08:50 AM

Well, said. He deserves more than a million deaths of slow, painful, and bloody torture!

Posted by: SlagleRock at April 16, 2004 01:31 PM

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