Remember when that “compassionate” Scottish judge released the Lockerbie bomber because he only had 3 months to live? Yeah, about that.
Posted by Karol at 04:00 PM
This whole affair is preposterous. Unless, his prostate cancer has escaped the capsule, how do they know he won’t live for another five years? Most men eventually die with it, not from it, so to diagnose this as a terminal illness is absurd.
Secondly, why don’t more people explore the Palestinian-Iranian nexus? That isn’t to say there was no Libyan involvement, there probably was, but when you look at the terrorism directed against the United States and the West during that decade, ninety percent of it was generated by Iran or its Syrian-controlled proxies, e.g. the PFLP-GC.
This is why the useful idiots who lament the alleged suffering of the Palestinians piss me off so much. Almost every major campaign of terrorism in the 20th century can be linked to the “Palestinians,” from the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem-who was just as culpable for the Holocaust as Himmler or Hitler-to Al Qaeda, which was co-founded by a Muslim from Jenin-to Hamas, PIJ, etc., etc., ad nauseam.
He’s in good enough health to go rot in prison.
Gerard, my father had prostate cancer when he died, but it was the other cancers that killed him. I think the old man knew, because suddenly he seemed well versed on all the statistics, including something like 50% of all men past 80 will develop prostate cancer? In hindsight, I figure he knew at some point he wasn’t just worrying about it, but he had it and didn’t want to be open about it, hence all the reading he did on it.
In younger men, however, prostate cancer is so treatable. “Dying any day,” huh?
I was thinking that we could introduce this bastard to the ultimate American femme fatale, Daisy. As in…Daisy Cutter. Blowing him to Allah is too good for him, but at least it would make sure.