Sunday, February 22, 2009

ZOG Lies and War Crimes - What's in Store for the Revolutionary

A few days ago, I was surfing the net as I always do and came upon a story about a former Gitmo guard who, feeling guilty about his war crimes, came out and confessed as to what was really going on at Gitmo. His story is here. An excerpt:

He said one medic punched a handcuffed prisoner in the face for refusing to swallow a liquid nutritional supplement, and another bragged about cruelly stretching a prisoner's torn muscles during what was supposed to be physical therapy treatments.

He said detainees were forced to submit to take showers and defecate into buckets in full view of female soldiers, against Islamic customs. When a detainee yelled an expletive at a female guard, he said a crew of soldiers beat the man up and held him down so that the woman could repeatedly strike him in the face.

Neely says he feels personally ashamed for how he treated that elderly detainee the first day. As he recalls it, the man made a movement to resist on his way to his cage, and he responded by shoving the shackled man headfirst to the ground, bruising and scraping his face. Other soldiers hog-tied him and left him in the sun for hours.

Only later did Neely learn — from another detainee — that the man had jerked away thinking he was about to be executed.

"I just felt horrible," Neely recalled.

But wait! There's more. From Harpers Weekly, Who has the full report linked on their page:

Third, the Nelly account shows that health professionals are right in the thick of the torture and abuse of the prisoners—suggesting a systematic collapse of professional ethics driven by the Pentagon itself. He describes body searches undertaken for no legitimate security purpose, simply to sexually invade and humiliate the prisoners. This was a standardized Bush Administration tactic–the importance of which became apparent to me when I participated in some Capitol Hill negotiations with White House representatives relating to legislation creating criminal law accountability for contractors. The Bush White House vehemently objected to provisions of the law dealing with rape by instrumentality. When House negotiators pressed to know why, they were met first with silence and then an embarrassed acknowledgement that a key part of the Bush program included invasion of the bodies of prisoners in a way that might be deemed rape by instrumentality under existing federal and state criminal statutes. While these techniques have long been known, the role of health care professionals in implementing them is shocking.

Now, these are accounts from guards and others who were actually there doing the dirty work of the ZOG. But lo and behold, what do I see on Hannity just two days later? Some lying sack of shit ZOG tool, a real flag waving, God Bless Uhmaraka type telling all the stupid goyim how Gitmo was a great place for prisoners! Yes, that's right! Here, see for yourself.

Just imagine this guy in a Sheriff's uniform. This is what is in store for Revolutionaires if you decide to take action. If you are captured, you will be tortured in the most horrible ways, and no one will hear you scream. No one will even know where you are. But hey, wouldn't it be worth the risk if you could put a bullet in that traitors head? Wouldn't you feel vindicated to see him swinging and jerking from the end of a rope? Come on, insurgents, I know you would. If you wouldn't, you just don't have a sense of justice, or as we Christians say, the "Law" on your heart.

Together, we can change things. Together, we can bring justice to the unjust. It's just a matter of triumph of the will. That's all.

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