Wednesday, 18 November 2015

How should we deal with terrorists? KILL THEM ALL

In 1985, I was invited by the United Nations to address the Seventh United Nations Congress on the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders held in Milan for the purpose of giving a speech on terrorism to approximately 1,000 delegates from 124 nations.

In my speech, I expressed my concern about terrorists who were captured and were later set free. For example, in 2009, Israel agreed to free 1,000 terrorists, including arch-terrorist Marwan Barghouti, in exchange for kidnapped Israelis soldier Gilad Shalit. Four hundred fifty of those released by Israel were Hamas terrorists, with the rest consisting of terrorists from other terrorist groups. 

In July 2013, the Obama administration put pressure on Israel to release 104 long-term prisoners, including terrorists and murderers. Palestinians did not trade anything substantive in exchange. In December 2013, Israel released 26 more Palestinian terrorist murderers from prison. In his speech while celebrating their release, Mahmoud Abbas, the leader of the Palestinians welcomed the terrorists and called them "heroes" four times during his speech upon their release. In his speech, he said in part;

"The release of our prisoners is a day of joy for our nation, for our people, for our heroic prisoners. There will be more groups of heroes who will come to us.” unquote  Let me ask you this rhetorical question. How many of these Palestinian ‘heroes’ have since their release killed Israelis and other victims and/or have joined ISIS? 80% of released terrorists return to terrorist activity. I forecasted something like this happening in 1985hence my speech.

In my speech, I said that if a terrorist is captured and that there is sufficient evidence to prove that he or she was involved in any form of terrorist activity, he  or she should be tried within a week and if found guilty, that terrorist should automatically be sentenced to death.  I added that it doesn’t matter if the person merely transported guns to other terrorists but didn’t kill anyone: death should be the consequence. I said that the Supreme Court of the land should review the transcripts of the trial and if the trial was ruled as being fair, the terrorist should be executed the following day and the body cremated and dumped in the sea in a metal container so that nobody can pray over the remains.

When the Italian government read my speech ahead of time, they asked the UN to permit me to speak from the podium rather than from my seat in the assembly hall as the government wanted my speech to be televised in its entirety. That night, my ten-minute speech was shown on TV all over Italy with my voice being dubbed in Italian. Newspapers around the world published excerpts from my speech. It was my belief then and is the same today. Kill them all.

These inhuman monsters have forfeited their right to live just as war criminals in the Second World War forfeited their right to live.  Why should these monsters who cut off the heads of living people, who burn others alive and who crucify others be permitted to live?

I will admit that the Americans have a great way to deal with these monsters if the terrorists commit their crimes in the United States. Aside from executing one of them, they sent the others to prison for life in a very secure prison where they are serving their life sentences alone in solitary confinement. They won’t ever be exchanged for the life of a captured soldier like what occurred in Israel.  

What happened in Paris on November 13, 2015 when terrorists slaughtered so many innocent persons and ISIS stating that they placed the homemade bomb on the Russian passenger plane in Egypt that killed all 224 people on the plane when it exploded in the air is proof that these inhuman monsters should be exterminated like one exterminates bugs and other creepy crawlies.

Let’s face it. We are at war with ISIS. What we all have feared since the ending of the Second World War is that the Third World War is already underway and has been for some time now. 

Those of us who were alive when Hitler invaded Poland in 1939, remember when the United States and Russia stood by and watched. They even stood by when Hitler invaded France, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands and Norway.  Russia only entered the fray when Hitler attacked Russia in June 1941 and when Japan attacked Pearl Harbour in December 1941 and Hitler foolishly declared was against the United States, it was only then that the Americans entered the fray. Those two nations were instrumental in ending the Second World War.

The Americans decided that they would send military advisors and bombers into Syria and Iraq to fight ISIS but quite frankly, that is like spitting at a house fire in hopes of putting it out. You cannot win a war with spit. The only way to win this war as with all wars is with troops. 

I respect Obama, the president of the United States but he made a stupid mistake when he pulled the American troops out of Iraq as he promised in his pre-election statements. The Iraq president was dishonest and stupid also when he abused the Iraqi Sunni population. When ISIS attacked Iraq, the Sunni army fled leaving all the tanks and trucks left to them by the Americans to the ISIS invaders.

It has been estimated that it would take as many as 150,000 American troops at a cost of trillions of dollars to fight ISIS and the war would take ten years to complete. Quite frankly, I find that hard to believe. The Kurds have been successful in their fight with ISIS and they don’t have anywhere near the military equipment that the Americans have.

It took the Americans three and a half years to demolish Hitler’s Germany and the Germans had far more military equipment that ISIS has.

Of course, other Middle East countries have to get involved in the fight with ISIS. If they standby and do nothing, ISIS will swarm into their countries like termites gnawing at the timbers of a house.

As I said in the title of this article— kill them all. Hey. Do we offer sympathy when we squash a bug under our feet? I appreciate the fact that taking no prisoners is contrary to the Geneva Convention but since the ISIS terrorists believe that dying in battle is a sure way of being greeted by 72 virgins waiting for them in heaven, why shouldn’t we help them on their way to their reward in heaven? If they arrive in heaven, I hope the virgins are all over eighty years of age.

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