If Algeria would only listen to our latte-belt leftists, it's all about Iraq, they just need to leave and they’d be living in peace and ‘coexisting’ in no time, well, they'd have to do their bit to fight
human progress global warming, but other than that it's all roses, I think. They’d also have universal healthcare and no gap between the rich and the poor. *
* Tongue in cheek
A suicide lorry bomber has killed at least eight soldiers at a military barracks in Algeria - on the opening day of the All-Africa Games. More than 20 people were injured in the blast near Bouira, 120km (75 miles) east of the capital, Algiers. Al-Qaeda's North Africa wing said it carried out the bomb at the barracks in the village of Lakhdaria. Source.In other news, is there no end to the lefts love of violent criminals, is there any point at which they stop and decide some pieces of crap just deserve to die and so let them die, especially when they don’t want to live anyway.
A 25-year-old man was executed by lethal injection Wednesday for the torture and slaying of a teenager who was forced to drink hydrochloric acid during a robbery of his home. It was the state's first execution in 60 years. Elijah Page gave up his appeals and asked to die for the 2000 murder of Chester Allan Poage, 19, who was also stabbed, kicked and bashed with large rocks in a torture session that lasted two to three hours.I know it’s incredibly difficult for stupid leftists to remember or consider the victim, but at least listen to what the criminal scumbag is trying to tell you, he doesn’t want to live you fools, he wants to die, so just let him die!! I mean they have no problem aborting millions of little babies or abandoning whole nations to the hands of murdering monsters, but they’ll fight tooth and nail to save some piece of crap murderer, go figure.
Death penalty protesters gathered outside the penitentiary, displaying signs with sayings such as "Choose life for Page" and "End the death penalty." Two death penalty supporters' signs said "Justice" and "Remember Chester." Page, who had been entitled to appeals that could have lasted many more years, still had the legal right to resume those petitions even moments before the execution. Source.
* Tongue in cheek