Skip to comments.MP tells Bush to use pork bombs
Posted on 09/17/2001 4:37:34 PM PDT by jedi150
MP tells Bush to use pork bombs
Published on Sep 18, 2001
The Thai Rak Thai Party yesterday scrambled to distance itself
from a proposal by one of its MPs that America employs the use
of pork against Islamic Afghanistan.
In an e-mail sent to US President George W Bush, Tinawat
Marukpitak suggested America could humiliate Afghanistan with
Thai Rak Thai spokesman Suranand Vejjajiva rushed to call the
US Embassy to explain that Tinawat's suggestion was an
individual proposal and had nothing to do with the party.
Suranand also issued a press release to local and foreign press
offices condemning Tinawat for expressing this "insensitive
Speaking to reporters, Suranand said the Thai Rak Thai Party
condemned Tinawat's action and would demand that the MP
explain himself to the party.
"This was a shameful action. How could such an idea come out
during this situation?" said the party spokesman.
"He has acted inappropriately without taking into account the
sensitivity of the situation and without caring about serious
religious and political conflicts".
In his letter, copies of which he handed out to reporters, Tinawat
stated that cruise missiles mounted with pork-fat bombs would be
"the most effective response that can be brought to bear on the
persons in the Islamic countries who are guilty of harbouring
He said the use of such bombs would prevent the loss of
innocent people's lives.
"We consider the content of the letter totally inconsiderate to the
feelings of human beings and insensitive to the delicate situation
the world is facing," Suranand said in his press statement.
"Tinawat's point of view is not that of Thai Rak Thai's and he is to
be condemned for his poor suggestions."
Government spokesman Yongyuth Tiyapairat said Tinawat
should not have added confusion to the situation with comments
made "just for kicks".
Thai Rak Thai MP Farida Sulaiman, a Muslim, said Tinawat's
proposals were "absurd" and would damage the country's image.
They may also fuel further religious conflicts.
She said the party would discuss Tinawat's action today.
Democrat MP Surin Pitsuwan, a former foreign minister and a
Muslim, said Tinawat's proposals were "so thoughtless" and thus
deserved no comment from him.
Despite learning of the criticism over his suggestions, Tinawat
remained defiant and insisted that he had been thinking his
proposals over for three days before sending the letter.
Well, war is not exactly a touchy-feely, sensitive moment, dumbass Suranand.
So was plowing two airliners into the WTC.
A very good psyop would be to let it be known that everyone we kill will be buried with a pig.
Sounds ha-ha to us but the Koran informs that anyone buried with animal parts will not go to heaven.
This negates the martyrdom aspect to their "holy" war.
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