Saturday, November 04, 2006

Verdict on Saddam Due at Any Time!

The news media is predicting that the verdict on Saddam Hussein may be announced within hours.

The Iraqi court may sentence Hussein and seven co-defendants to death by hanging for crimes against humanity.

The specific charge in this trial is the murder of 148 Shiites in the town of Dujail in 1982.

Saddam's judgement day is a black day for the tenured Plagiarist of Ethnic Studies, Ward Churchill. The American Indian Movement reportedly once accepted money from the Iraqi dictator's Baath Socialist Party.

Ward Churchill's own schismatic Colorado AIM has even written a ludicrous account of Saddam's financial sponsorship.

Poor Wardo! He had always dreamed that Americans would rise up and hang their politicians:

"[R]everies of malignant toads like Henry Kissinger, Madeleine Albright and Jesse Helms squatting in the shadows of the gallows are simply too pleasant to be suppressed." [2003 Introduction to Churchill's book Acts of Rebellion; cited by Bruce Fein, "Professorship not a License" 2-15-05]

After 9-11, Ward Churchill seemed to be acting as the terrorists' spokesman and explained their terms for suspending attacks on "Amerikkka."

Wardo fantasized:

"Were the opportunity acted upon in some reasonably good faith fashion – a sufficiently large number of Americans rising up and doing whatever is necessary to force an immediate lifting of the sanctions on Iraq, for instance, or maybe hanging a few of America's abundant supply of major war criminals (Henry Kissinger comes quickly to mind, as do Madeline [sic, Madeleine] Albright, Colin Powell, Bill Clinton and George the Elder) – there is every reason to expect that military operations against the US on its domestic front would be immediately suspended."

On 3-25-05, Ward Churchill shared his fantasies with a San Francisco audience:

"I have these delightful visions which is what puts me to sleep at night of Madeleine Albright, Jesse Helms, and Henry Kissinger all in a nice neat little row with nooses around their necks and [audience applause]... And the current crop is amply entitled to the same destiny as far as I'm concerned. Do I think anybody's going to do it? Well, that's an interesting question. Who would be doing it? There's only one possible answer: you. We. Us."..." [audio]---Ward Churchill 3-25-05

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