Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Says ‘I Would Love to Kill George Bush’

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    Oh those wacky peaceful hippie peace activists!! :)



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    Posted by Noel Sheppard on July 24, 2006 - 18:42.
     
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    Apparently you are either weak, or you fail to grasp this womans wish.
    I can understand her completely.

    I would not mind at all to grab Dick Cheny by the throat and rip it out of his neck with my bare hands, and then I would wiggle his vocal chords at him and do some silly voices yapping at him with his own throat.

    "Welcome to hell, Dick".

    Now, let me tell you why you are here, staring at your throat.

    "The path of the righteous man is beset on all sides with the inequities of the selfish and the tyranny of evil men. Blessed is he who in the name of charity and good will shepherds the weak through the valley of darkness, for he is truly his brother's keeper and the finder of lost children. And I will strike down upon those with great vengeance and with furious anger those who attempt to poison and destroy my brothers. And you will know that my name is the LORD when I lay my vengeance upon thee."
    - Ezechiel 25:17

    And as much as I would like to believe that there is a divine judgement for all of us when we die, in which Dick Cheney is tortured for eternity, screaming in agony next to the torture rack that holds Saddam. A place in hell for all the other world-leaders, a.k.a. m*therf#ckers that are the embodiment of "the selfish and the tyranny wielding evil men".

    Sad really that there is no such thing as God.
    And even if there is, is not out purpose to become like God, and in this, serve justice ourselves? Why is Saddam not dragged through the streets by his entrails? Why is Cheney not tortured to death?

    Because there is no such thing as justice.
    Because there is no such thing as God.
    Because there is only power and weakness.
     
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    Well, so much for personal conviction. I guess we can now all state (if not believe) that peace is NOT the answer!
     
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    I remember when people like Martin Luther King won the Nobel Peace Prize

    Now it's Howdy Doodies like this one and Yassir Arafat.

    It just goes to show you how what the word "Peace" means to the left.

    Peace activists and their movements are sometimes violent and have been supported by some of the most brutal regimes on the planet.

    "Peace" in new speak means "armed socialist revolution"

    BTW.. I'd like to blow a hole in the president of the Netherlands head, but after I impale him on a stake right up the ass in front of his family. Not really.... just wondered how a foreigner feels when someone says the same of the leaders of his country. Statements like Harmageddon give new meaning to the term "the Low Countries"
     
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    Do not take revenge, my friends, but leave room for God's wrath, for it is written: "It is mine to avenge; I will repay,"says the Lord. On the contrary:
    "If your enemy is hungry, feed him;
    if he is thirsty, give him something to drink.
    In doing this, you will heap burning coals on his head."Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. (Romans 12:19-21)


    You can believe or not believe, your choice.
     
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    Peace is indeed not the answer. F#ck peace.
    It’s nothing but stupid tree-hugging hippie-crap.
    Save the earth my ass, it ain’t savin’ mine. Let’s rape it till it bleeds.

    Full scale war is the answer. You people finally have me convinced. I want a gun now, I require no training: I can pull a trigger and am perfectly capable of spotting Muslims, even in densely crowded areas. I will shoot Christians on sight too, because they believe in the same crap of a single creator. In other words: they are too sides of the same coin.
    They will all go to their afterlives, I’m happy killing them all. The knife cuts both ways, everybody’s happy. Way more effective than fake peace and “tolerance” i.e. putting up with sh!t you don’t like.
    The Nobel Peace Prize is a senseless ritual. It means nothing.
    The word “peace” is irrelevant in these Orwellian double-speak times.
    “Peace is war”, remember? That’s what it means, at least to the US president.

    Remember Nelson Mandela? He was a terrorist scumbag according to your beloved USA, when he was fighting the apartheid introduced by the Dutch. But did the CIA manage to snipe his sorry ass off? No, they failed. We should have gutted him ourselves, to put some respect for the law into those ******’s asses.
    It’s just another word for “war”. Get it?
    Ooowww…I’ve hurt you it seems. Take it as meant to be.
    It’s only a matter of time before reality hands you your ass.
    Maybe it hurts because it’s the truth, and your putty brain can’t handle it.

    P.S.: Really, is it that hard to understand?
    The Nobel Peace Prize is only ceremonial – it holds no value but for the person that receives it. It is rewarded to people that stand up to injustice or hypocrisy that is committed on a grand scale – i.e. by countries.

    That is why Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi are considered people of peace. They fought colonial rule and empire, respectively. Mandela was imprisoned for it; Gandhi managed to break the harsh rule of the British.
    The fact that you are too blind to see that America is at present the harsh colonial ruler that is imposing its will on the Iraqi and Afghan people while threatening to subdue Syria, Iran and whatnot with brute force, makes this woman’s statements at the beginning perfectly reasonable. Your current president will go down into history as a failed Hitler.

    Your bubble will pop; it’s just a question of when.
     
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    You're a scary person. :fifty:
     
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    Nienna, as much as I would like to believe this, I just cannot.
    I cannot stand idly by watching the powerful turn the lives of the meek, the powerless and the weak into a living hell.
    It is not that I constantly feel the need to kill your president or vice president, or Saddam for that matter. But sometimes it feels like it would really be the most honorable and just thing to do. Then again, I will not do it only if my own country is being invaded.

    I know that Gandhi did do just that: seize to be violent, and thus seize to feed the British soldiers their anger that they needed to beat him to a pulp. It was very effective and speaks volumes about the sheer willpower of Gandhi.

    As I have posted before, I do not believe there is a God, because I do not see the point of a God existing at all. The only reason I can come up with is that it gives us (the weak) a sense of justice beyond our control that will make up for all the suffering we endure by the hands of the wicked (and powerful). But this is just what the powerful want us to believe, because it stops us from questioning or acting against them.
    And thus we bring the suffering upon ourselves. We fail to grasp the one thing that (according to the bible) God has trusted us with: the ability to distinguish between good and evil. We have it, yet we discard it all the same. Thanks, but no thanks, God.
    You can judge everyone later.

    Not my cup of tea. Sorry.
    What I do like is the teachings of Jesus Christ, for I believe they ring true to this day.
    Sadly, Jesus has also failed to reach the masses’ hearts – they sing the hymns, they preach together at Sunday, yet they do not grasp the full meaning of his teachings: stand up to injustice and the corrupt elite, stand up to those that say they have true knowledge of the scriptures, for they are lying. Everyone can understand them by themselves.
    Trust in yourself. Really.
     
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    I'm sorry if I scared you, Nienna. It is just what boils up when I tap into the deeper, darker recesses of my soul. I'm not a psychopath, nor am I a pacifist. I am somewhat of a tree hugging hippie, but that is just because I feel the earth is magnificent and beatiful, as in the song by Lewis Armstrong: "Wonderful World".

    Basically I was trying to understand the logic of those that are in favour of war. All I said were the talking points that have started wars so many times before, but then without the filter of fluffy clouds. Just the bones. You have to know the enemy before you can combat him. That's all.

    Funny eh, that it sounds somehow true.
    That's probably what makes it so scary.

    As a great Greek philosopher once said:

    "Why should I fear death?
    When death is, I am not.
    When I am, death is not.
    Why should I fear that which cannot be when I exist?"
     
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    Why do you hate Dick Cheney so much? What did he ever do to you?
     

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