Condolences to the Death of an Evil Murderer

[June 5, 2024]  As the foreign policy failures of the Biden Administration continue to mount and wars continue to flare across the globe, we have the White House issuing a note of condolences over the death of Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi.  President Raisi, also known as the “Butcher of Tehran,” is an evil man.  Before his recent death caused by a helicopter accident, he ordered the deaths of thousands of regime opponents back in the late 1980s.

“We regret any loss of life.  We don’t want to see anyone die in a helicopter crash.” – U.S. State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller issuing “official condolences” to the Iranian government

I regret to say that this press release from the Biden Administration is worse than tone-deaf.  Giving condolences, a sign of great respect and admiration, should never be given under these circumstances.  The Biden Administration knew of his murderous rampages and his involvement in “numerous horrific human rights abuses,” further describing him as “a brutal participant in the repression of the Iranian people for nearly four decades.”  Biden knew it and still dared to give this man respect.

Simply put, Ebrahim Raisi was evil and deserves no respect from the American people.  Now, the U.S. has set a new standard that “any loss of life” is regrettable under “any circumstances.”  No.  There are times when evil must be dealt a death blow, and if evil could be made more dead, we should help it along.  Condolences given here are another example of the total absence of leadership by any member of Biden’s team.

If Biden was president while Adolf Hitler and his Nazi racist and brutal regime were stampeding across Europe killing thousands, would he have given condolences once Hitler committed suicide?  That was under “any circumstances.”

Some evil men should rot in hell, and Americans should never show any level of respect for them.

In an article by Andrew Stiles of the Washington Free Beacon, dated May 21, 2024, he aptly says there is only one correct response to the death of Ebrahim Raisi:

“He died like a dog.” – President Donald J. Trump on the death of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi

Perfect.

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14 thoughts on “Condolences to the Death of an Evil Murderer

  1. North of Austin

    Gen. Satterfield said what we all were thinking at the time, “Ebrahim Raisi was evil and deserves no respect from the American people.” but he did not add that I broke out my just-purchased bottle of whiskey and had a drink in celebration. YEAH !!!!!

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    1. Gibbbie

      All good peoples had no thought of giving our respect / condolences to this evil murderer.

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  2. Big Al

    I regret to say that this press release from the Biden Administration is worse than tone-deaf. Giving condolences, a sign of great respect and admiration, should never be given under these circumstances. The Biden Administration knew of his murderous rampages and his involvement in “numerous horrific human rights abuses,” further describing him as “a brutal participant in the repression of the Iranian people for nearly four decades.” Biden knew it and still dared to give this man respect. Simply put, Ebrahim Raisi was evil and deserves no respect from the American people. Now, the U.S. has set a new standard that “any loss of life” is regrettable under “any circumstances.” No. There are times when evil must be dealt a death blow, and if evil could be made more dead, we should help it along. Condolences given here are another example of the total absence of leadership by any member of Biden’s team. – Gen. Doug Satterfield. This is why we need clear leaders like Gen. S himself and not suckups like this Miller guy in Biden’s administration who is an embarrassment to all Americans.

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    1. British Citizen

      Got that right, Big Al. When you have NO moral compass, like US President Joe Biden, then anything goes. And look where it has brought us. Cheers.

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  3. Colleen Ramirez

    The wicked witch is dead. Er, something like that. Let’s celebrate!
    🎉🎊🥳 🍾🥂🎉

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  4. Kevin Cratz

    We can certainly respect the fact that he was in control, even if my an iron hand and that he moved Iran along. But the fact that he was killing thousands of innocents wipes away any minor good that he may have done. This is where Americans have no idea what EVIL is or what it has the potential of doing. See Gen. Satterfield’s recent article “Our Obligation to Study Evil” https://www.theleadermaker.com/our-obligation-to-study-evil/ because we need to learn more about it and how to properly react toward evil.

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  5. Willie Strumburger

    NPR gives their own “condolences” and respect.
    Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, a hard-liner who crushed dissent, dies at 63https://www.npr.org/2024/05/20/1252381374/iran-president-ebraim-raisi-dead-obituary-human-rights
    In a statement, U.S. State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller expressed official condolences for the deaths of Raisi and the other officials aboard the helicopter. “As Iran selects a new president, we reaffirm our support for the Iranian people and their struggle for human rights and fundamental freedoms,” Miller added.
    NPR is a mouthpiece for Joe Biden and it shows in every article.

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    1. Pink Cloud

      NPR is the lapdog of progressive radical leftwing idiocy in America. If you listen to them, then you had better have your moral filter turned up high.

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      1. Xerces II

        Good one, Pink Cloud. Yeah. How far our media has fallen. Once they were the watch dogs of our democracy and now they are the lapdogs of the elite. 🐕🐕🐕🐕🐕

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      2. Idiot Savant

        Like the New York Times, I gave up on them long ago. Oh, and for clarity, I celebrated this guys death. It was a good mark for a better world.

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  6. Erleldech

    Iranian president Ebrahim Raisi is DEAD. Good for the world. Except if you are a liberal, progressive no-nothing. Then he is a good man who just happened to be oppressed and so his actions are forgiven and expected. he he he he he 😂😂😂😂😂😂 /sarc

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  7. Jonnie the Bart

    Gen. Satterfield asked us a legitimate question ….
    If Biden was president while Adolf Hitler and his Nazi racist and brutal regime were stampeding across Europe killing thousands, would he have given condolences once Hitler committed suicide? That was under “any circumstances.”
    The answer is YES, Joe Biden would have give America’s condolences to Adolf Hitler, given his new and lower standards of morality.

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    1. Ted

      Ack, a new standard of low. Got to give it to Joe, he is consistent. He loves the evil of the world and respects them all.

      Reply

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