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Thursday, January 19, 2006

Human Rights Watch: torture is official policy

"Washington, D.C, January 18, 2006) – New evidence demonstrated in 2005 that torture and mistreatment have been a deliberate part of the Bush administration's counterterrorism strategy, undermining the global defense of human rights, Human Rights Watch said today in releasing its World Report 2006.

The evidence showed that abusive interrogation cannot be reduced to the misdeeds of a few low-ranking soldiers, but was a conscious policy choice by senior U.S. government officials"
Reuters

Well tell us what we don't know. Also a lot in there about Britain's investment in the worldwide torture syndicate.

4 Comments:

Blogger mokawanis said...

The report clearly demonstrates that our leaders are skilled in the art of rhetoric but bankrupt of basic human values.

3:52 AM  
Blogger J.UL1R4 said...

I'm terrified Mokawanis, I mean truly terrifed. I'm worried for the US, for the UK which is now a living prison camp set to get a whole lot worse. The UK media, or at least a lot of it has slipped into a denial stage and we are in a lot of danger.

If they are so in your face with torture, what the hell does that tell us? This is very serious.

I guess we all switched off on both sides of the Atlantic because life seem pretty good, but no doubt the price of freedom is eternal vigilance and I have a real sense now that there may come a time in our lives when we have to fight for our freedom again.

9:59 AM  
Blogger mokawanis said...

I'm frightened too. When the press AND the government both fail to serve we are in very serious trouble.

Having watched Bush and company trample civil and human rights for 5 years I have come to see my own government as the thing to fear most.

Fighting terrorism with terrorist tactics (torture, killing civilians, etc) while steadily depriving citizens of hard-won civil rights is a sure way to destroy or at the least do long-term damage to any democracy.

We're in real trouble and I don't feel too confident about our ability to get out of it in the forseeable future.

12:18 AM  
Blogger J.UL1R4 said...

This war on terror is bogus to quote Michael Meacher, this is a war on people.

Blair has set up the UK to become a broken third world police state for these interests and has been promised future power for doing so.

Right now just keep exposing these people and keep talking about it to people you know and don't accept any of it and we must remember that we are not slaves for these sick bastards. Their time will come. Here in the UK people are pretty clued up and aware of what is going on. Must be a similar picture in America as well

1:24 PM  

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