Friday, July 15, 2005
Just Gettin' 'Em Ready for the Fiery Pits of Hell
As the FBI continues their investigation into the alleged "human rights violations" at Guantánamo Bay, I sat back and reflected on the below article in the NY Times...it's amazing how these prisoners are given such concern and empathy from our government, and how the NY Times is so quick to paint such a pitiful picture of these wretched souls...
"General Schmidt told the committee that his investigation could not substantiate some of the F.B.I. accusations. His report said that some of the practices that evoked criticism among the F.B.I. agents were approved interrogation techniques, like stripping detainees, forcing one to wear women's lingerie and wiping red ink on a detainee and telling him it was menstrual blood."
-If you ask me, I think the interrogators are doing them a favor. Imagine if they went out of this world feeling comfortable, they would have a serious jar into reality when they wake up in the fiery pits of hell. At least they are getting conditioned to where they're going next.
"The report also said investigators could not corroborate an incident recounted by an F.B.I. agent who said she saw a detainee shackled to the floor for hours, soiling himself and pulling out his hair. "
-I wonder how people on the planes that crashed into the WTC or the Pentagon felt right before they met their hellaciously crispy-fried demise...Seems like a small price to pay for all the people who lost someone that day.... All that concentrated pain from the millions of people who were directly affected by the terrorist attacks is now manifesting itself in a handful of scumbag terrorists and I shan't shed a single tear.
"In addition, one of the high-value detainees, Mohamed al-Kahtani, whom the military has said confessed that he was meant to be the 20th hijacker in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, was led around on a leash and forced "to perform a series of dog tricks." The leashing of a detainee to humiliate him was another practice that became notorious after it was recorded in a photograph of abuses at Abu Ghraib."
-Well, maybe he'll think twice next time. Being a prisoner of war is not meant to be a friggin' vacation people. Our men and women have suffered horrendous torture and executions at the hands of our enemies, both now and in the past. This fool was all about participating in a mass-execution of innocent civilians, he is not a pious Bedouin searching for food in the desert. When will the Times stop romanticizing these jerks?
"General Schmidt had concluded that the special techniques used on Mr. Kahtani were not by themselves a problem. In addition to being segregated from other prisoners for nearly six months and interrogated for up to 20 hours a day, Mr. Kahtani was made to stand naked in front of female soldiers, forced to wear lingerie, forced to dance with a male interrogator and had his copy of a Koran squatted on by an interrogator."
-Sounds to me like the exact same thing is happening next door on the streets of Havana to 12 year old kids who sell themselves trying to get a buck to feed their families, but no one is talking about that, are they? No, we care about some low-life murderers more than we do the children of the world...absolutely priceless!
"General Schmidt had recommended that Maj. Gen. Geoffrey Miller, the commander of the Guantánamo prison in 2002 and 2003, be reprimanded for failing to exercise proper supervision over the Kahtani interrogation. But Gen. Bantz J. Craddock, the commander of the United States Southern Command, overruled that recommendation. "
-Who's this General Craddock fellow? I'd like to shake his hand, give him a booty bump... somethin'! Glad to see someone in the upper ranks of the military isn't a paper-pushin' tool.
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