Saturday, February 17, 2007

Vicious Animals

You want to share the planet with these primitives?

They need to be suppressed brutally. I advocate depopulation of the region.

The elite, effete left-winger turns a blind eye to this, in order to defame the United States, because they lack the courage to risk social rebuke for criticizing the noble brown man:

'Honour killers' expect to walk free

Mohammad Aslam and Maqbool Ahmad admit killing their sister Elahisen and a neighbour, Ghulam Nabi Shah, when they found them together in Elahisen's room on the night of 27 January.

They smashed their skulls with a brick and then strangled them with a rope. Then they gave themselves up to the police saying they had redeemed their family honour.

The event has a familiar ring to it.

According to official figures, more than 2,700 women and about 1,300 men have been killed in honour-related offences in Pakistan since 2001.

Human rights organisations put the number much higher, saying that most honour crimes are never reported to the police.
The "problem" here is they killed a man, too:
As such, the killing of women is hardly ever reported because the perpetrators are usually close male relatives.

Men, on the other hand, are killed by the family of the "dishonoured" woman and their families are more likely to seek justice from the courts.
The community supports them, because it's a sick and inferior culture that should be snuffed out:
Those who taunted the Maachhi brothers are now all praise for them.

"They have restored their family honour - the deceased deserved to die," says Ghulam Abbas Bhatti, a resident of Khatan village.

The brothers themselves are oozing confidence and dignity even in fetters and handcuffs. "We have done no wrong and the law will not treat us unkindly," says Mohammad Aslam.

Legal experts believe the brothers may be right.
The article then details how they can get out of the murder of the man, by buying off his family and the police, who are eager to look the other way. Just part of islamic sharia law. The conviction rate is less than 5%.

But here's the kicker.

Nobody cares about the woman who was killed, their own sister. She's not the problem at all:
As for Elahisen, the only woman in the case, the Maachhi brothers need have no fear about any of their own family complaining about her murder.
Pakistan as a country supports this, deeply.

For that alone, I wish to see it destroyed.

I can't abide its existence.

Can you?

What kind of world do we want to live in?


The obvious retort from the transnational left is that we cannot judge others because of past our own sins. The answer of course is we can't go back in time to change the past, we can only affect the future; so their argument is ultimately one of inaction.

Furthermore, who cares? Victory always goes to the last man standing, regardless of motive or purity. You want it to be them? The Honor Killers? Pacifists seem to prefer the prospect of barbarism overtaking the planet while they go purely to their graves, than to being the victor.

I'll pass.


Blogger The_Bad said...

Once again, the religion of peace and tolerance demonstrates itself to be the sick and twisted cult that it truly is.

When sexual indiscretion is a capital crime, but murder is not, we have to conclude that there is something horribly twisted with the culture of Islam.

This aptly highlights the oxymoron that is liberalism: while touted as the champions of the sexually diverse and of women’s rights, they refuse to confront or fight the very antithesis of their belief structure.

5:40 PM, February 17, 2007  
Blogger Joseph said...

I suspect there would be fewer "honor" killings if the women were armed.

12:14 AM, February 18, 2007  

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