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Tuesday, January 02, 2007 

Who is the real Saddam?

Do I need to tell you how much I hated Saddam?? I think it is enough to say that I rarely feel indifferent when I hear about someone's death. In Saddam's case, I was like "to hell may he go". However, to be honest, when I watched the official video of his execution, I felt bad. Then when I watched the other video in which the execution process is fully recorded, I felt angry. For a moment I asked myself, if I do not give a rat's ass about the dictator who killed his own people and destroyed his own country, why am I feeling angry. And I could answer the question.

Despite the fact that Saddam was a tyrant, he is still a human being whose rights to be respected; even if he did not respect the rights and the lives of hundreds of thousands of people he killed. And I believe it is one's right to have his moment of death respected. The official video that was broadcast on the Iraqi TV is a complete outrage against the man's rights.

Needless to say that the second video made Saddam a martyr to most of those who watched it. Imagine it, you are watching a movie where someone is about to be executed, and this someone, despite being the bastard of the movie, is facing death with complete bravery. Would not you feel bad for him? I guess those who posted the movies about Saddam did him a favour, instead of seeking revenge. The guy has become a martyr in the eyes of many of those who watched the movie of the execution. The Iraqi government itself acted so stupidly by carrying out the execution on the first day of Eid El Adha (feast of sacrifice). This made a legend of a tyrant.

Nowadays, you do not really know who is the real Saddam....

The tyrant who killed hundreds of people and ruled with an iron fist for more than 30 years?
Saddam Hussein ordered his special security and military forces to carry out a reprisal attack against the town, which resulted in a total of 150 of the town's men being killed in the attack or executed later, a number of which were boys 13 years of age.[1] 1,500 people were also incarcerated and tortured, while other residents, many of them women and children, were sent to desert camps. Saddam's regime destroyed the town and then rebuilt it shortly after. In addition to these punishments, 1,000 square kilometres (250,000 acres) of farmland was destroyed; replanting was only permitted 10 years later. See Wikipedia


The coward who hid in a hole with millions of dollars while his country is burning?
Bremer went on to report the time as approximately 8:30 p.m. local (23:30 UTC), on December 13, in an underground “spider hole” at a farmhouse in ad-Dawr near his home town Tikrit. See Wikipedia


The friendly humane intellectual whose friendly attitude impressed his own American nurse?

Saddam also talked to him about happier times when his children were young: how he told them bedtime stories and how he would give his daughter half a Tums when she complained of a tummy ache.

After Ellis got an emergency call from America that his brother was dying, he told Saddam he was leaving immediately. Before he left, Saddam hugged him and said he would be his brother. See BBC News and St Louis News
Or the courageous man of cause who faced death with enviable bravery while being taunted by his executors like a martyr in the middle ages?
Far from being a quiet and dignified business, the new video shows that several of the witnesses taunted Saddam during the last seconds of his life, chanted the name of one of his many enemies, and told him he was going to hell. See BBC News

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Political designs behind Saddam’s execution:

1. Saddam is clearly the scapegoat for an international war syndicate, which includes many in our current political leadership, both in front and behind the scenes. Evacuating due process, controlling evidence and terrorizing the prosecution team were all par for the course in Saddam’s trial. A key reason for the speedy road to execution, was - like Milosevic's convenient death earlier this year - to eliminate a prominent player and key witness of this international criminal war conspiracy, thereby avoid further indictment of members of our leadership, many of whom have been accessory to Saddam’s actual crimes.

2. To « bookend » media fatigue and public indifference, re : Saddam’s trial. The whole point of the « trial » was to deliver a quick public execution, and thereby feed the hunger for blood so brilliantly cultivated in Western public opinion. An execution gives sense of heightened drama, and inagurates the next round of intensified bloodshed in the region… and beyond.

3. Lastly, to make Saddam a martyr for (gasp!) sympathisers, thereby deepening chaos in the middle-east over a longer period of time. Certainly, the US-led war in Iraq can be called a success insofar as its central purpose has been to aid the spreading of chaos in the Middle-East.

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