Saturday, 30 December, 2006
Hanging of Saddam: As contemptible as a black magic
The killing of Saddam Hussein behind the misinterpreted, misused and biased bars of the so-called laws of the arbitration court is vividly nothing but a cruel expression of belligerence. The scornful story began with that invasion, a blind encroachment into the geographical and intellectual sphere of sovereign Iraq. Consequent street fights spread sheer anarchy shattering the peaceful coexistence and spilling the blood of multitude of innocent Iraqis. Divide and rule spread its ugly claws to puncture the sense of unity among citizens. Began was an unending story of blood for blood.
Each ruler, however he/she claims to be a messiah of goodness, is in a way or the other, equally blamable for the evils faced by his countrymen. Ruling is an act of balancing. In all countries, all provinces, people have their own intellectual power to evaluate their ruler, to design the fate of their nation. It's needless for the outsiders to go and mould the political mindset of a country.
If external forces continue forging ahead to rectifying the rulers and political systems of more nations, what will be the fate of innocents, of peace loving lots, of helpless women and children? Should we clean the system with oozing blood or humane discretion? Questions resound.
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