Saturday, July 10, 2010
The benefits of Esophageal cancer : Hitchens deserves it
Who says bad things don't happen to bad people? The nocturnal regurgitation of undigested food got you down? Lets be clear on this, esophageal cancer is no laughing matter, and comes with a poor prognosis, and I would never wish it on anyone. Of course if you happen to be a war mongering trotskyist popinjay like Christopher Hitchens, pardon me for not giving a damn. This is the same neocon presstitute who was at Bush's side calling for the invasion of Iraq, WMD lies and all. For an atheist, he sure had no problem believing in the unseen. This is the same individual who was dancing on the graves of hundreds of thousands of dead Iraqis, the same so called "free thinking-humanist" when challenged about the number of Iraqis casualties, couldn't resist but to mock the number advanced by two respected international academic organizations.
I know it's quasi sacrilegious for anyone with a human heart to criticize the atheist overweight sacred cow, but I don't care. I never liked Hitchens. You don't have to be a Christian to be disgusted at his attack on Mother Teresa, a humble woman who would have selflessly given care to the ailing Hitchens. Equally repulsive was his defense of Bush's negligence of Hurricane Katrina victims. Reading the child like praise many fools shower on Hitch one has to ponder how intellectually bankrupt the "new atheists" are. They'd have you believe that Hitch is a hardcore street fighting kind of guy, who took on Syrian "fascists" in a fist fight on the streets of Beirut. In reality, Hitch and two other neocons on a visit to Lebanon got the daylights beat out of them by one guy after they were caught defacing some political posters. The best part was when they all jumped into the same taxi to flee the scene. Now he is very good at bullying some mental midget on TV, but without a script and within an environment he cannot control, the papier-mâché tiger is harmless as an 8 track. Proof? check out the trashing he received at the hands of George Galloway :
No doubt Hitchens will receive the best medical care available, can Iraqi men, women, and children whose lives were destroyed by the war he was relentlessly called for and promoted say the same? Of course not.
My medical advice to Hitchens is to hit the bottle extra hard, with a few thousand packs of Menthols thrown in to speed things along nicely. Good riddance to bad rubbish. Once the world cup is over, expect more posts.