Give it a fucking rest.

THE DAILY CHIMPANZEE

 

 

I see the apologist for a newspaper – the Chimp – is continuing to subtly advocate their belief that a Muslim life has less value than that of the rest of us via the Alex Blackman prison sentence.

Then again you would expect no different from a Zionist propaganda tool would you.

The Chimp are now shamelessly using Blackman’s wife ‘our Clure’ to promote their agenda.

The article (found below) includes gems such as:

But his wife Claire has criticised the sentence, insisting that her husband must not be compared to a common murderer.

Yes he should Claire. I have of course already stated in two previous articles exactly why Blackman should be treated as a murderer.

‘He’s held his hands up,’ she said. ‘What he has not done in my eyes is commit murder.

He had no choice but to hold his hands up Claire. He was caught on video doing it. Had he not been I doubt that I would even be writing this.

Of course he didn’t commit murder in her eyes. She’s his wife for fucks sake and as such is biased.

Then again, Our Clure has very definite ideas as to what constitutes ‘committing murder’:

‘If you ask someone what murder is in this country, they might say someone stabbing a little old lady in the high street. Death on active service in a war zone in somewhere like Afghanistan is, sadly, an everyday occurrence

Yes, stabbing “a little old lady” would be murder or even a pure, defenceless, beautiful little baby perhaps Claire?

That too would be murder in her eyes.

You see Claire’s implication could be likened as there being  a sliding scale where anything below the murder of “a little old lady” or above the murder of a sweet little baby descends and ascends to a middle point where killing (a Muslim in this case) isn’t really murder at all.

She also gets in the points that the murder happened in a “war zone” – it wasn’t  & it didn’t – and happened “somewhere like Afghanistan” – her inference being that Afghanistan is an uncivilised shit hole where murder is a daily occurrence.

What she fails to mention is that the victim was in his own country, fighting for its freedom when he was murdered by an invading foreign killing machine.

Moreover, the reason that murder is an everyday occurrence in Afghanistan is because of the fact that her husband and the rest of his crew illegally deployed by the British army are over there .

He genuinely thought, and I have absolutely no reason to disbelieve him, that that insurgent was already dead.’

If that was true, then what the fuck was the point of shooting him?

She said her husband is ashamed of his actions, and that his behaviour was a moment of madness brought on by the mental strain of active service. 

She forgot to mention that most murders are committed in a moment of madness and someone with her husbands experience (6 tours of the “war zone”) should have been far more in control of himself.

The very fact that Blackman turned around and said to his colleagues not to tell anyone what he had done is proof that he committed murder and knew full well that he had.

Under the circumstances, he received the minimum sentence for murder and should think himsef fucking lucky instead of bleating about it.

As an aside, I once again see that the accompanying photo depicts one of our brave soldiers fearlessly protecting a poppy field… Just saying.

My husband’s not a murderer, says wife of marine jailed for executing Taliban insurgent

  • Sergeant Alexander Blackman was given a life sentence
  • The soldier must serve a minimum of ten years
  • His wife Claire has criticised the sentence

By FRANCESCA INFANTE

PUBLISHED: 02:11, 14 December 2013 | UPDATED: 02:11, 14 December 2013

Jailed: Royal Marine Sergeant Alexander Blackman was given a 10-year minimum life sentenceJailed: Royal Marine Sergeant Alexander Blackman was given a 10-year minimum life sentence

 

The wife of a marine jailed for executing a Taliban fighter has denied that he is a murderer.

Sergeant Alexander Blackman was given a life sentence for the killing earlier this month. 

Video footage played at his trial showed Sgt Blackman shooting dead the captured insurgent at close range. The soldier, known throughout his trial as Marine A, must serve a minimum of ten years.

The head of the Armed Forces, General Sir Nick Houghton, was extremely critical of Sgt Blackman’s conduct, insisting he had committed a ‘heinous crime’ and that ‘murder is murder’.

But his wife Claire has criticised the sentence, insisting that her husband must not be compared to a common murderer.

‘He’s held his hands up,’ she said. ‘What he has not done in my eyes is commit murder. He genuinely thought, and I have absolutely no reason to disbelieve him, that that insurgent was already dead.’

She said her husband is ashamed of his actions, and that his behaviour was a moment of madness brought on by the mental strain of active service. 

She told the Daily Telegraph: ‘He’s been convicted of murder, but everything that defines Al points me and everyone who knows him in completely the opposite direction – he is not made that way.

 

‘If you ask someone what murder is in this country, they might say someone stabbing a little old lady in the high street. Death on active service in a war zone in somewhere like Afghanistan is, sadly, an everyday occurrence. I can’t really imagine the horror or the pressure those lads were under.’

The case of Marine A provoked an outpouring of public support from those who believe his sentence was unduly harsh. By last night more than 41,000 people had signed a petition to Downing Street calling for his immediate release.

Shooting: Footage captured by a camera mounted on the helmet of a Royal Marine showing Sgt Alexander Wayne Blackman during a patrol in Afghanistan in which an insurgent was killed
Shooting: Footage captured by a camera mounted on the helmet of a Royal Marine showing Sgt Alexander Blackman during a patrol in Afghanistan in which an insurgent was killed

 

Mrs Blackman, 42, said: ‘He should not have discharged his weapon into him – it was the madness of the moment – and he sure as hell wished he hadn’t either … but he is not a murderer.

‘He can’t undo it, and he’s ashamed of it, but I still don’t think it should have led to where we are now.’

Sgt Blackman was convicted last week by a seven-strong military board. The killing had been inadvertently filmed on a helmet camera. The captured footage showed Sgt Blackman shooting the unnamed Taliban fighter in the chest at close range and then asking his colleagues not to tell anyone because he had ‘broken the Geneva Convention’.

Since the sentencing, Sgt Blackman has been placed under special protection measures in prison amid fears he could be attacked. His lawyers have said they will appeal against his sentence.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2523587/My-husbands-murderer-says-wife-marine-jailed-executing-Taliban-insurgent.html#ixzz2nZjo3yAV
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