September 01, 2004

The Russian Mothers

I can barely imagine the panic and terror and heartbreaking grief of the Russian parents, trapped outside of their children's school, powerless to save them, unable to hold and comfort them, victims all of a group of Islamofascist Murderers.

This is not the act of "Freedom Fighters" driving a group of invaders from a disputed occupied land. These foul vermin crossed the border from their state, entered into Russia, selected a school full of children on the first day of the school year, and shot their way in, killing eight people as they did. Differing reports state between 150 and 200 little children now languish in fear within the school, dangled from windows in a blatent attempt to terrorize the mothers and fathers, already near hysteria with their own impotence to stop this insanity.

There is no bravery here. There is no threat, real or imagined, from Kindergartners and little first graders. A group of 7yr olds isn't going to rise up and cause them harm. The fragile little children are no match for guns and bombs. This is the most extreme sort of cowardice, the most satanic sort of cruelty, a psychotic act against innocence in the name of God.

Gone are the days of Baal and the blood sacrifices required to sate him. Gone are the days of Pele and her need for burnt offerings. Civilization moved on, left the superstitions and evil which demaned life for life, left it in all of the major religious cultures existing today except for one.

I cannot honestly say what I would do in the place of one of the mothers standing outside of that school, perhaps her only child pressed against the window in a sadistic display, thinking that perhaps this will be the only, the last time you will see this child alive. I cannot say what I would do at that time.

I do know that my child's death would also cause the death of something within me, something extremely important. It would cause the death of my humanity and a great deal of my morality, and that would be very bad news for anyone I believed was like those who killed my child.

Posted by Mamamontezz at September 1, 2004 07:05 PM

This is an act of barbarism and cowardice beyond words and serves as yet another example (as if right-thinking people needed another one) of why there is no dealing with swine such as this. Kissing the asses of the French, Germans or bowing to the United Nations won't do it, despite what that fool Kerry says. These rabid animals have to be hunted down and killed, wherever they may be.

Posted by: Jim at September 1, 2004 08:28 PM

It's time for the Russians to use the HAMA solution on CHechynya--kill every living thing inside it to send a message to the savages that the free world won't tolerate their madness

Posted by: william at September 1, 2004 10:40 PM

That was a tragic affair. It is sad that we still have such atrocities in the 21st century.

SlagleRock Out!

Posted by: SlagleRock at September 2, 2004 12:27 AM

Does anyone out there really expect any other kinds of actions from the Islamists these days? I have seen where a couple of Islamist groups have pleaded for the release of the children - but only the children. BFD.

Over the last couple of weeks both the French and the Russians have started to learn that opposing the United States means nothing to those animals.

The only halfway good thing that I can think of in relation to this is that the Russian police don't have any "police brutality" laws or Miranda to worry about. When they get their hands on these scum-suckers there may not be enough left to arrest.

Posted by: GOC in Winston Salem at September 2, 2004 03:26 AM

We all know there is only one way to deal with these scum.
I hate to say it Mamma but I feel my humanity and morality slipping away when I see this shit.

You hit it on the head when you asked, what if I was one of our children? I think in a way they are our children.
I cant help but like kids. When I see the Palis train there kids to hate jews it makes my soul whince.
I know that those kids have no other role model, then there debased murderous theolgy, which is crammed into every orifice from birth to adult hood.
They train them with guns and explosives and we have to remember a kid an shoot you just as easily as an adult .
The bastards are going to force us to bring an unholy whirlwind upon them.
There kids have not seen suffering yet.
If the Russians really joined forces against the Islamic menace with us.It would not be a good day for the Muslim world .
Good muslims and bad would all suffer.
There acts of barborous evil will provoke a reaction they can not imagine.
I dont want to shoot a kid but if that kid is pointing an AK -47 at me or wearing a bomb belt.
I will shoot in an instant.Just like a water Moccasin.
We are in dangerous times.
I can not imagine if my son William was in that school.
I would be out of my mind with rage.
My prayers are with the family in this mess

Posted by: LC NeilV at September 2, 2004 06:59 AM

Where's the outrage from the muslim world? Their silence only condones this behaviour, It's time to drop a big stick on them, any and all, they have no respect for life, their own or others. Wake up America, remember that those ragheads living next door think and believe just like those terrorists do. If they didn't believe that way they'd step up and condemn these acts of terror. One of them is being court marshalled at Ft. Lewis Wa. right now, the enemy is within and closer than you think.

Posted by: Jack at September 2, 2004 11:38 AM

The Religion of Peace strikes again.

Posted by: Velociman at September 2, 2004 05:02 PM

SlagleRock, with all due respect, it was NOT a tragedy. Tragedies are acts of nature or acts of God.

It is important that you describe this as an ATROCITY, visited by alleged humans on real humans.

This was NOT a tragedy, Sir.

Posted by: Sharps Shooter at September 6, 2004 11:13 AM

Sharps Shooter,
Agreed, NOT a tragedy, an atrocity to rival the worst of the Nazi deeds.

Kill them. All of them.

They forfeit the right to be numbered with the human race.

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