The Death of a despotic bastard Tyrant of the Lowest Order
by Jose Mario de Vega
I am extremely happy to hear last month the good news of the death (finally) of that despotic bastard tyrant, the so-called king of Saudi Arabia, whose in my view by virtue of his satanic conservative leadership is now known all over the world as the most barbaric and backward of all nations.
This is all because of that so-called king’s notorious barbarism, religious fanaticism, “double face standards” and despicable backwardness.
Yet, I am also extremely disgusted and appalled to the maximum level seeing and reading the plethora of praises and the massive eulogy generously given by various Western countries to that deceased so-called king of Saudi Arabia.
It is my firm view that those words of praises are not only misplaced and utterly undeserved but totally devoid of even an elementary logic.
How on earth could a reasonable man issue a statement hailing that bastard so-called king as a good man, when the whole international community knows that that monster freak has no sense whatsoever of even a basic knowledge of human rights and human dignity?
This is curse, this is a shame and this is indeed the heights not only of absurdity but incontestably of disgrace of the highest order ever!
That bastard so-called king has no right to receive those eulogies and those equally bastard so-called leaders of the Western capitalist and imperialist countries are lying to their very teeth and to the whole world — in saying, expressing and writing about those super fake and supra illegitimate words of condolences.
Consider the words of Mr. Obama (who in my view is another bastard just like his so-called fucking king):
“It is with deep respect that I express my personal condolences and the sympathies of the American people to the family of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz and to the people of Saudi Arabia.
“King Abdullah’s life spanned from before the birth of modern Saudi Arabia through its emergence as a critical force within the global economy and a leader among Arab and Islamic nations. He took bold steps in advancing the Arab Peace Initiative, an endeavor that will outlive him as an enduring contribution to the search for peace in the region. At home, King Abdullah’s vision was dedicated to the education of his people and to greater engagement with the world.
“As our countries worked together to confront many challenges, I always valued King Abdullah’s perspective and appreciated our genuine and warm friendship. As a leader, he was always candid and had the courage of his convictions. One of those convictions was his steadfast and passionate belief in the importance of the U.S.-Saudi relationship as a force for stability and security in the Middle East and beyond. The closeness and strength of the partnership between our two countries is part of King Abdullah’s legacy.”
This is a shame and a mockery!
What fucking “legacy” this idiot is talking about? Is it the “legacy” of beheading? Is it the “legacy” of keeping his people ignorant, backward and conservative? Or it is the world-famous “legacy” of prohibiting women from driving? Or probably, it is the “legacy” of flogging that poor blogger thousands of lashes? Is that it?
This is outrageous to the maximum!!!
How could the President of the so-called “Land of the Brave and the Free” have uttered those words in reference to that bastard bloody tyrant?
Had he forgotten that 15 of the 19 hijackers of a plane during the 9/11 terrorist attack came from KSA?
Didn’t he know that KSA besides being their so-called ally on their so-called “War on Terror” is also the number one financier of the different Islamic radical fanatical terrorist movement?
Is that the stability and the security that he is talking about? How come up to now, they do not want to release the whole and unedited report of the 9/11 Commission? Why the hell they are afraid or adamant to declassify the said dossier?
Is it part of the fucking “legacy” too?
The Opportunism and Hypocrisy of US imperialism
The world saw how the US government and their bastard allies viewed that evil tyrant; now consider Obama’s statement with regard to the death of the Venezuelan revolutionary leader, President Hugo Chavez:
“At this challenging time of President Hugo Chavez’s passing, the United States reaffirms its support for the Venezuelan people and its interest in developing a constructive relationship with the Venezuelan government. As Venezuela begins a new chapter in its history, the United States remains committed to policies that promote democratic principles, the rule of law, and respect for human rights.”
I am wondering what are those policies that he said that they are committed that allegedly promote democratic principles?
Is he referring to the “War on Terror”?
Is it their hardcore and blind support to Israel’s extermination and genocide of the Palestinian people?
The continuous government attack on the Occupy Movement?
What rule of law? Is their ally, Saudi Arabia has it?
Respect for human rights? Has Saudi Arabia has the slightest idea or even the most basic knowledge of what human rights are?
Took closely at the double speak of this bloody waning empire: a bastard notorious tyrant died and they admire him; while a genuine revolutionary died and they are portraying him as if he is a counter-revolutionary and anti-people!
What a shame!!!
Jose Mario Dolor De Vega
Unibersidad de Manila
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