Monday, April 25, 2011

In case you forgot, there was no good reason for Gitmo

Guantanamo files revealed by Wikileaks shed light on 780 people who passed through the facility in Cuba, of which only 220 have been assessed by Americans to be dangerous international terrorists.
Those who claim that the U.S. invaded Iraq in 2003 to get control of the country's giant oil reserves will be left scratching their heads by the results of last weekend's auction of Iraqi oil contracts: Not a single U.S. company secured a deal in the auction of contracts that will shape the Iraqi oil industry for the next couple of decades.

And we can trust them on the 220 who ARE "dangerous terrorists" - especially KSM, who "confessed" to being the mastermind behind 9/11 after an incredible amount of water-boarding. The fact that he could not have pulled it off doesn't matter - we got our confession, and that's all we need.

This is the sort of crap you get by letting London run your "wars." (Note that we installed a British-style parliamentary government, not an American government.) All the death, physical and mental maiming, and destruction caused by the "war on terror," which is from one perspective Satanism on a vast scale, is a joke to them. Why they're waving the evil of Guantanamo under our noses at this time is a mystery to me, but our government certainly isn't going to do anything about it. If any of those responsible for this evil joke has a soul, I shudder to think of the price they'll pay in the next world.

I knew the instant I saw how these "super terrorists" were being transported to Guantanamo that they were innocent, and the absurd "security" measures were intended as forms of torture, and to convince us that they were the equivalent of nuclear weapons.

Well, got to get back to the wall-to-wall coverage of the wedding of British Empire's likely next figurehead, William the Conqueror II. I'm particularly miffed that Madonna wasn't invited, even though her ex-husband was. It's simply scandalous! But on the other hand, how about those hats?