Saturday, August 22, 2009

Sympathy for the Devil??

O.K. this is a tough one. Earlier during the week Lockerbie bomber and mass-murderer Ali Mohmed Al Megrahi was released from prison where he was cooling his heels for his bombing of Pan-Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie Scotland. 270 people, including 189 Americans and 11 poor Scots on the ground were killed. This cock-bag put the 'bomb in the bag', so to speak and the bag in question made its way onto Flight 103 where it caused the explosion that killed all these innocent folks. Most on holiday. Not that there is one worse time to be murdered than another, I guess its just more shocking or hurtful when you think people are heading out to visit the folks at Christmas.
The most shocking part of this is that he was released out of 'compassion' by the Scottish courts because he has terminal cancer and has less than three months to live. Really? I try to not use bad language here but are you fucking kidding me? Seriously? Compassion? For a man who blew a jumbo jet out of the sky and killed almost 300 hundred people? Wha????
I watched my father suffer and die from cancer back in 2000 and let me tell you, he suffered.
Al Megrahi getting cancer may have been the result of a little quid pro quo courtesy of the lady we know as Karma. He has three months to live and wants to die at home with his family? Well, who knows how long any of those people on that jet had left. I bet their families would love to have another holiday, cold beer or even another argument with their loved ones. Will they get it? No. And they haven't had it since 1988 and never will again. This cock-bag will get to fly home, courtesy of that whack job Colonel Muammar Gaddafi and his private "luxury" jet. Nice. And apparently on the announcement of his release, the government of Libya sent the news via text-message to every cell phone in the country.
There is a pic on the web showing the soon to be worm-food killer being greeted at the airport by enthusiastic crowds, cheering like drunken sailors and waving flags.
Outrage has been expressed throughout the logical-thinking members of the Western world.
our man B called the display "highly objectionable" which is the spin-doctors version of "those crazy mo-fos"
The Libyans have doured this event even further suggesting that maybe a deal for about 900 million bucks worth of oil played a part in the release.
In my humble opinion, he should have been left to rot, but that's just my take on it. The Bible says 'turn the other cheek', but doesn't it also say 'an eye for an eye' ? What's a good Irish boy to think?
While I strongly disagree with the Scottish courts decision, there is nothing I can do. So welcome home, I guess. The only solace the families of the victims have is that you will suffer, and you will die.

1 comment:

Nelle said...

The cold truth here is that no matter how he suffers, the past can never be changed. He ruined so many lives. The Bible tells us God forgives, providing we ask for forgiveness. It's a lot harder for us humans.