The Murder Of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.

The Murder Of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.

January 2, 2016 the Saudi Government executed a very prominent Shiite cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.  From my research it seems this cleric only offense was verbal opposition to the Saudi government and for this he was killed.   The Saudi Arabia is ruled now by a young “royal” family member who from his behavior should have been put back into a crib.

So if one uses the “wrong” words in Saudi Arabia the punishment is to be killed?  How utterly retarded to the point of being brain dead because words should not meet death in a civilized country but it would seem that Saudi Arabia is an uncivilized nation.  A true civilized concept is to show concern for others but there seems to be a rather broad pattern in the Arab world where this is not practiced.   Bashar Hafez al-Assad, dictator of Syria, is the poster pig for the view that it is my family first and foremost.  A conclusion might be drawn that the current pig in charge of Saudi Arabia appears also to be an unsophisticated idiot.  And what about the lemmings that carried out this despicable act?   They are no better for their blind obedience to a stupid degenerate leader.  I find it amazing that country administrators  will follow such obvious criminal orders.

It is despicable, even criminal that this man would be put to death for voicing his opinion.  But we in the more civilized world have come to expect such barbarian behavior from pig headed Arab amateur leaders who follow the pig like behavior of only looking for self interests first and forever.  They all seem to lack classical virtue, that being to sacrifice one’s personal and private interests for the greater good of the nation.  They think they own the county and appear to give little concern for the real owners – the people.

Iran used the death of Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr to try and gain some political capitol.  The similarities shared by the Saudi Arabian and Iranian leadership appears to be strikingly similar. Each separate country leadership demands blind obedience and if you do not comply, you can expect dire consequences such as jail, beatings, torture and death.  It is comical hypocrisy that Iran should take offense to the killing of  Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr as this is a common method typical of almost all Arab leaders to squash any opposition.  The utter lack of government leadership and individual intellect exhibited within the Arab nations is one of the major reasons these nations are so lagging now and into the future.

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