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Donald Rumsfeld considers animal snuff films an OK way to hype his book

Donald Rumsfeld considers animal snuff films an OK way to hype his book

OK, this is about as sick as it comes.

FAIR WARNING IF YOU CLICK THE VIDEO LINK.  I’ve seen it and it’s gruesome.  The picture is a little grainy, but there’s no doubt in your mind when you watch it that these animals are being killed.  Watch at your own risk!!

From The Atlantic Wire

In 1983 Saddam Hussein gave Donald Rumsfeld a present: a three-minute video featuring youngsters biting the heads off snakes and stabbed puppies. And now Rumsfeld has now given the video to the rest of the world.

At the time Rumsfeld was working as President Reagan’s special Mideast envoy and Hussein was at odds with Syria, and the video shows Syria’s then-president Hafez al Assad cheering the snake-biting and puppy-stabbing. Rumsfeld writes, “Saddam’s message was clear: The Syrian regime was barbaric. Though his evidence was hardly convincing, his conclusion was a tough one to dispute.”

It’s just the latest bit of memorabilia from his decades of government service the former defense secretary has posted on The Rumsfeld Papers, a web site he’s using to promote his memoir, Known and Unknown.

FAIR WARNING IF YOU CLICK THE VIDEO LINK.  I’ve seen it and it’s gruesome.  The picture is a little grainy, but there’s no doubt in your mind when you watch it that these animals are being killed.  Watch at your own risk!!


I think even worse that the participants in this video is the fact that Rumsfeld is actually releasing it now, so that he can draw up more support and interest for his lackluster book sales.  Everybody involved in this – right up to him – is a sick bastard.  You can bet if he weren’t busy trying to get his book moving he’d have never released this video

 

 

 

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