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Iraqi Beheadings,
The Armed Forces,
NO! To Gun Control

I have two web pages with links to the unedited video versions of the Iraqi Beheadings. I will not lead you to these web pages because I realize few have the stomach to watch such horrific barbarisms. If you would like to see these live videos, make a Google search for Iraqi Beheadings.

I have watched all of these beheadings that were performed in Iraq. I watched Nick Berg, Paul Johnson Armstrong, Kenneth Bigley, and Korean Kim Sun Il decapitated by Al Qaeda. Many of you have not been able to watch these videos (my REAL life friends haven't either) because you can't handle watching such gruesome acts, so please let me paint a picture of it through my words of what I saw.

It would have been much more merciful had these poor men lost their lives by the guillotine where death is instant, or had their heads chopped off by one swift swish of a sword, or if their heads had been placed on a chopping block and quickly chopped off by an axe.

This is NOT the case with the beheadings in Iraq. This is EXACTLY what I saw:

Five hooded insurgents stand behind the victim, who is hogged tied. and then the neck is yanked back by the hair, then starts slicing SLOWLY, very SLOWLY, with a 4 inche SMALL knife until the head is completely severed.

The process is slow, kind of like when one slices a ham or a turkey. The victim knows EXACTLY what is happening to him, you can see it in his eyes! I cannot begin to describe the terror on their faces, and can't imagine a more vicious, a more horrific and barbaric manner of dying!

I'll never forget the distorted face, and tears pouring out of one particular guy, Korean Kim Sun Il, who cries out in terror for mercy, as the executioner slices ever so SLOWLY, at his neck! The noise the victim makes resembles the sound of a pig crying. After the head has been completely severed, the body falls but still continues to twitch. The mouth continues to move, still trying to talk, but only horrible sounds come out, and continues to sound like a pig crying. I was very surprised that there was VERY little blood!

In the end, the head is placed on a beautiful, colorful, decorated cushion, and they all start to laugh and telling the Americans to leave their country or they'll get the same!

Al Qaeda obviously believe in ignoring the mandate of the Geneva Conventions. Should we start doing the same by executing captured terrorists in this same manner?

I'm glad this man is DEAD!

Abu Musab al-Zarqawi

One of my brother's joined the U.S. Army when he graduated from high school, and chose to make the military a career. He has exactly two years to retire. He has been all over the world, and is now stationed at
Fort Hood in Texas. He has already gotten his orders, and will be sent to Fort Riley in Kansas for three months, and from there, he will be deployed by November of this year to Iraq for one full year. My family and I will worry very much about him, as we do for the rest of our American military heroes.

I only hope that we all realize how there are those, who are putting their lives on the line for the American people! The cost of freedom has as always been paid for in blood! I will let you know when he's actually in Iraq.


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Jun. 21st, 2006 11:01 pm (UTC)
Once upon a time, I tried to watch the video, but I couldn't bring myself to do it. However, I did hear the audio courtesy of talk radio (Michael Medved's show, to be specific).

I made a post about how part of me just wanted to call the Middle East a wash, withdraw our ground forces, and then turn the entire region into a sheet of glass. That's a bit excessive, because there are so many people there who abhor what these terrorists do. Even so, I'm all for giving the armed forces the command to kill the enemies in whatever ways they see fit.
Jun. 21st, 2006 11:02 pm (UTC)
Sorry, should have been more specific. It was the Nick Berg video.

Oh, yes. Your thoughts on Michael Berg?
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Jun. 22nd, 2006 01:35 am (UTC)
I've watched the Nick Berg beheading.

I still say we shouldn't have gone there in the first place. And we shouldn't have done the things we did in Afghanistan and Iraq and Guantanamo.

I support our troops. I say bring them home to defend our country.
Jun. 22nd, 2006 01:37 am (UTC)
P.S. - We've spent close to $400 billion in Iraq now. That's enough to engender a renaissance for the American economy and the American people. Education, infrastructure, technology, tax cuts, health care, etc.

Instead we spent it occupying another country.
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Jun. 22nd, 2006 01:55 am (UTC)
I think the American Military should immediately start dipping all ammunition in PIG BLOOD, then posting large signs where all these insurgents live stating that they will be shot with bullets dipped in pig blood, that will make those fuckers run for the hills and never come back. None want to be fouled with PIG BLOOD.
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Jun. 22nd, 2006 04:13 am (UTC)
Better yet, our soldiers should be covered at all times with the blood of pigs for protection. No insurgent would dare approach them for fear of becoming disqualified from martyrdom!
Jun. 22nd, 2006 01:20 pm (UTC)
I am a South African so this is coming from a different culture.

It is terrible what they did, it is inhumane.

But I have to ask this question, why does America not just leave. I can understand defending one's country, I was in the South African Police for 4 1/2 years doing just that. I would do anything to defend my life, my family's life and that of my country. But Iraq is not mine and neither is it Americas'.

Oh and about Peace keeping, South Africa (new Government) is in a lot of African countries doing just that but we are there on behest of the county's Leaders, we have never toppled a country's government and then tried to "keep peace".

I just don't understand the why of why America is there.
Jun. 23rd, 2006 12:47 am (UTC)
I just don't understand the why of why America is there.

I have just now asked "Daddy," a veteran and my hero, to answer your question because he is so much more qualified than I am.
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Jun. 22nd, 2006 06:05 pm (UTC)
No, we should not stoop to their level. I don't believe al Qaeda is liked in Iraq. Feared yes, but not liked. If they were liked and respected, we would not have been able to kill al Zarqawi. We got him because of some information from Iraqis. And yes, I too am very glad he is dead.

We don't change the hearts of people by being brutal and barbaric. We change the hearts of people by providing or ensuring the provision of their basic daily needs and treating them with respect and fairly. (They want schools, medical needs, clothing, electricity, jobs, and etc. much like it is here.)

I truly hope your brother is and will continue to be safe.

Take care. *hugs*
Jun. 25th, 2006 02:37 am (UTC)
Thank you so much. I dread November and will live in fear for a full year there after, until he's back home safely.

Love you!
Jun. 22nd, 2006 10:10 pm (UTC)
I have not seen them, I refuse to watch them. But I did see the bodies of our troops being dragged through the streets in Bosnia, that was enough. I have seen way too much death, 28 years of front line firefighting, burnbed bodies, removing people from burned vehickes and aircraft after crashes is quite enough.

After this last episode where the two soldiers were beheaded and then butchered to the point where they had to use other than visible means to identify them should be enough to make even the most left wing liberal realise you cannot reason with these animals. They only understabnd one thing and that is a bullet in the head. If they wanna go see Allah then we need to give them a one way ticket.

I read this morning that the world wants us to close Gitmo. Gitmo is a place that we are putting these cold blooded killers through treatment that they have never been through before, like giving them a CLEAN place to sleep, 3 meals a day, free medical treatment, given each a Koran and even a new prayer rug so they can say their prayers 5 times a day. Many of the detainees in Gitmo while they were "home" in the sandbox did not even eat once a day, Many lived in squalor and filth, no healthcare and had never owned a Koran before. But we are torturing them....

They butcher our troops, but yet our troops are being accused of murder in a war zone. What the hell is going on?

Recruiting numbers are gonna go straight in the crapper and people will not be reinlisting with this kinda treatment, and yet jackasses in Congress want us to pull and run again. Can we say Vietnam repeat? I am so disgusted with our lawmakers I could spit!

Jun. 23rd, 2006 12:37 am (UTC)
I will get back to replying to your comment.

For now, my LJ friend "themyst" has asked a question that I believe you're better qualified to answer. Could you come back to this post and answer his question?
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Jun. 23rd, 2006 01:51 am (UTC)
I have watched all of the beheading videos. The only place I have ever seen them has been on www.ogrish.com
Jun. 23rd, 2006 01:52 am (UTC)
sorry the anon post was me about ogrish.com, forgot to log in
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