Sunday, March 6, 2011

Let's be thankful we are in Canada ....

and not in some savage moslem land.  A Canadian caught up in the horror happening in Libya recounts how he, along with other oil workers, were forced to watch Gadhafi's soldiers torture and kill two men right before their eyes. You know what confounds me the most?   Moslems from these savage lands come to Canada and then they pine for the savagery they have left behind and skip back there at regular intervals ... for their vacations, for crying out loud.  What gives with such psychs?  Weird eh?  And we have so many of these type of  psychos from there as Canadian citizens here.      Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.   Scary!

A Calgary man who escaped from Libya says he witnessed horrific acts of brutality carried out by Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi's army.

Arif Pervez was working for the Libyan-based Waha Oil company in a desert village about 600 kilometres south of Benghazi when protests broke out. He says a Libyan military plane landed at the local airstrip a few days into the fighting and soldiers rounded up oil workers and villagers.

The soldiers randomly selected two men from the crowd before they beat them to death in front of everyone, he told CBC News.

"Four men were there to torture him," said Pervez, recalling how one of the victims died. "One was holding his hand. One was holding his feet, and they started beating him with a piece of wood, and he was shouting, screaming and crying."

Pervez said they poured a flammable liquid over the man and set him on fire. "He started shouting a lot, so they continued beating him until he died," he said..................


  1. I'm thinkin' that maybe, just maybe, the West should ignore what is going on over there and let those savages...They STILL live as tribes...settle their own problems. Yea, I know, it's about oil but it is getting tiring reading about all the actions of people who belong to that cult...Religion of peace....
    What is of concern is that the United States will, yet again, get involved and will further fan the flames, as it were.

  2. Yes, you are right. We should not interfere in those lands. However, I fear the USA will once again do the stupid and listen to all those voices clamoring for action against Ghadafi without really knowing that there are millions in those same countries rooting for him. Western presence is not welcomed there but who are we to suggest such a thing to the all-knowing politicians who always know better than the common people, eh?


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