Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Ex-hostage: "We will get them one by one."

Via LGF and The Australian:
A HOSTAGE held alongside Australian Douglas Wood in Iraq has hired bounty hunters to track down his former captors, promising to eliminate them one by one.

Swede Ulf Hjertstrom, who was held for several weeks with Mr Wood in Baghdad, was released by his kidnappers on May 30.

Mr Hjertstrom has since claimed he shared information with US and Iraqi troops about Mr Wood which led to the release of the 63-year-old Australian engineers two weeks ago, after 47 days in captivity.

Now, he wants to find those responsible.

"I have now put some people to work to find these bastards," he told the Ten Network today.

"I invested about $50,000 so far and we will get them one by one."
Good hunting, buddy.

It occurs to me that if more people responded this way to the so-called "insurgents," that is, with physical force and solid resolve, the terrorists now in Iraq would soon be placed on the endangered species list. If every humanitarian aid group or Muslim advocacy organization, despite some good intentions, stopped forcing politicians and governments to coddle these dirty, stinking terrorist islamofascists, we may very well be able to wipe them off the face of the earth.

Here's to hoping Mr. Hjertstrom's mercenaries can finish this job.