Saddam Hussein is a very, very bad man. He’s a Renaissance bad man—a genocidal maniac with collection of anthrax and bubonic plague samples, a power-mongering invader who married his cousin, a writer of romance novels and broadway-style musicals, a dinner companion to Donald Rumsfeld and a recurring character on South Park.
Hussein was born in a small village in Iraq in 1937, he once been one of the pinnacles of world civilization. What better time to be a rising young despot? Saddam married his cousin a woman by the name of sajio fathered a couple of kids including son Uday Hussein and kissed a lot of asses as he bided his time. Once the oil supply was secured, everyone cooled down, and the coalition decided to leave Saddam in power. He promptly returned to his prior policy of killing people, and the U.S. now under President Bill Clinton promptly returned to its policy of not giving a shit.
The outright support of Saddam had now ended, of course, replaced with a series of tough economic sanctions. The sanctions helped kill even more of the Iraqi people, thus sparing Hussein the trouble of having to do it himself. He wrote a book called “Zabibah and the King,” about a kind-leader whose virtuous bride is raped and killed by a unsubtle allegorical stand-in for the U.S. The king avenges her death, then attempts to give constitutional-style freedoms to his people.
The first one was a movie: “South Park: bigger, longer and uncut, which featured Saddam as lover of Satan in hell. On Sunday December 14, 2003 something amazing happend. Saddam’s appearance were described by infantrymen and he was dirty, filthy, haggard, homeless, scraggly, scrappy, weakened, weary. Where Saddam lived was in a cave littered in filth and squalor; complete with garbage, plastic bags, empty rotten fruit and broken chair.
Among the items inventoried from Saddam’s hideout: a handful of Bounty brand candy bars, hot dogs, a can of 7-up a long, black Arab robe, two T-shirts, two pairs cotton boxers, a pair of slippers with gold-color buckles, old textbooks, stale bread, leftover rice, and how did Saddam breathe down there? Outside the hole, a ditch appear been set up as a makeshift toilet. He had two AK-47 rifles and U.S. currency. This guy was a total wack.