Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Iran Leads The Way

Dealing it out to traitors

Iran’s judiciary reported that the man, Ali-Akbar Siadat, had been hanged at Tehran’s Evin Prison after being found guilty of passing on to “Iran’s enemies” information about the country’s military forces, including facts concerning the missile program operated by the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps.

When are we going to deal out justice to our people's enemies?  People that send White men to fight and die for jewish interests?

Davis said Corzine joined the Marine Corps after attending Civic Memorial High School in Bethalto. He followed in the footsteps of his older brother, Nick Corzine.
Other survivors include Corzine's 3-year-old daughter, Macy Mae Hart of Wood River; his mother, Carla Corzine of Moro; and his father, Kenneth Corzine of Wood River.

Another little White girl left without a father, another father without a son. This is where we need to focus our efforts educating these men on the real enemy. It is not some mud Afghanistani fighting to defend his culture and way of life from decadent democracy.

If we can do that, maybe we can start seeing some of our enemies swinging from lampposts or dropping dead from head shots.  Ultimately that is our only hope.


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