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December 30, 2006

Saddam executed as distraction from increasing troop deaths

BAGHDAD (GamaWire) - Saddam Hussein, the former Iraqi dictator who saw his country fall apart after an unjust invasion led by the United States in early 2003, was hanged Saturday morning, the result of his November 5 conviction from the farcical trial that began over two years ago.

Hussein's quick, almost rushed execution came coincidentally just as the number of U.S. troops killed in Iraq since the war began danced eerily near the 3,000 mark. The U.S. government claimed to have had no involvement in the execution and pointed all blame to the current Iraqi government, even though the United States formed it, financially support it, take all the credit for it, assisted in the creation of its democratic and legal processes, provide personnel and security in the form of soldiers, first reported the execution on American-controlled Iraqi news channels, and insisted on keeping the dictator in U.S. military custody up until the final moments before his death.

Even though he had already gone into hiding due to a mild tornado scare and was sound asleep while Hussein was pronounced dead shortly after ten o'clock EST, Substitute President Bush had previously promised in a statement that the Iraqi leader's death would not bring an end to the increasing violence throughout the country, leading many to wonder then what the hell was the point in barbarically executing him. Nevertheless, Bushface was convinced that Hussein's death would be an "important milestone," not to the health of the country but rather to his own masturbatory delusions about the progress of his war.

Following an embarrassing and unsuccessful attempt to recreate the post-World War II Nuremberg Trials, which instead ultimately resembled a kangaroo court more than anything else, on November 5 Hussein was found guilty of crimes against humanity for ordering the deaths of 148 Shiite villagers in the northern Iraqi town of Dujail in 1982, early in the Iran-Iraq War. Although two others were also convicted of charges related to the murders, there was no mention of the United States' involvement, as both the Reagan and real Bush administrations supplied Hussein with money, technology, chemicals, medical supplies, and especially weapons to help him wipe out his Middle Eastern enemies. To the country's credit, in return Iraq has never attacked nor threatened to attack the United States.

It is currently unknown when Bushface will be tried, convicted, and drawn-and-quartered for knowingly launching a massive, bloody war based solely on manipulated, false evidence.

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