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Saddam the Magnificent

Honor, Love of Country, and Duty

Deeds, Laud, and Praise
Deeds -- Author
Republic of Iraq
Iraq for the REAL Iraqis
THE Legitimate Authority in IRAQ
Pictures Worth Printing
Victorious and Triumphant
Soaring Spirits
Honor, Love of Country, and Duty
IRAQ reunited
"Bang yourself in the head with that thing."
Movie Star Saddam
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Saddam considers all the politicians
in the Iraq government
to be "puppets" of the occupying armies
and said they would be treated like criminals
if and when Ba'athists reclaimed power. 
Saddam told the lawyers that
he did not demand massive revenge
for a failed assassination attempt in 1982
in the village of Dujail --
the basis of his current trial.
He said he just signed death warrants
that judges had passed. 
"I never asked about the Dujail case
 since I left that place," he said. 

"I don't value this life that much.   Every human being has his time to go . . ."

"I am the commander in chief . . . I prefer [death] by firing squad . . ." adding that it was "the right way" to execute a military leader.

"Of course I'm not guilty, but I know they want me dead."

"Threatening me with death doesn't mean anything . . . I couldn't care less. The life of any one Iraqi is no less valuable than mine."

 Saddam also praised the insurgency, saying it had prevented US attempts to "formulate a new world".  "They tried in Iraq and failed badly, so by standing against  Bush we are protecting other countries and regions of the world.  Now the US will think a thousand times before daring to attack another country," he said.

"The Iraqi people are patriotic; they cannot accept foreign rule. Any aggression will be resisted to the end.  The Americans with their allies will fly out of Iraq very soon, and their puppets will leave even before the Americans," Saddam said.