The Only Good Murdering Bastard Is A Dead Murdering Bastard

“A sniper in the Canadian special forces shot and killed an Islamic State (IS) fighter from a distance of 2.1 miles (3,540m) in Iraq last month.”
 
See Canadian sniper ‘kills IS militant two miles away’
It used to be thought by some that snipers were somehow immoral being a able to kill from long range. Then came the murdering bastards who think nothing of slaughtering thousands just for show. Killing the murdering bastards by any means is the right thing to do. Doing it before the murdering bastard kills several attacking forces in Mosul and slaughters the civilians behind which he hides is just a bonus, extra points.

About Robert Pogson

I am a retired teacher in Canada. I taught in the subject areas where I have worked for almost forty years: maths, physics, chemistry and computers. I love hunting, fishing, picking berries and mushrooms, too.
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4 Responses to The Only Good Murdering Bastard Is A Dead Murdering Bastard

  1. ram says:

    I wonder how the sniper could identify someone as fighting for ISIS from 2.1 miles away?

  2. Grece prattled on about, “The government of Canada’s Liberal Party Prime Minister Justin Trudeau halted air strikes against the so-called Islamic State in 2016.”

    Yes, because it’s bad to slaughter civilians near murdering bad guys. Trudeau has no problem “taking them out” by sniping. Typical bombs these days are 500 pounds. In WWII 1000 pounds used to be called a “block buster”. There’s not much left of a typical home struck by one of those.

  3. Grece says:

    You left out the most important part Robert.

    The government of Canada’s Liberal Party Prime Minister Justin Trudeau halted air strikes against the so-called Islamic State in 2016.

    Now why would he do that? Oh let’s see, perhaps Motion M103 has something to do with it?

  4. Ivan says:

    Congratulations, you’ve been promoted from armchair general to armchair judge, jury, and executioner. Are you going to send his orphans a card?

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