Nasty Letters To Crooked Politicians

As we enter a new era of politics, we hope to see that Obama has the courage to fight the policies that Progressives hate. Will he have the fortitude to turn the economic future of America to help the working man? Or will he turn out to be just a pawn of big money, as he seems to be right now.

Monday, November 01, 2004

Jihad Unspun - Mella On The Corrupt and Filthy Underbelly Of Chimp_Junta

Jihad Unspun - A Clear View On The US War On "Terrorism": "The images of torture perpetrated by United States soldiers on Iraqi prisoners of war will not go away.

These were real events and, as such, people should never forget them. This is a subject that is personal to me, and I will not let it go, because since I suffered the same treatment in Chile under Pinochet. However, these images have not unveiled anything new in the conduct of the invading soldiers. The practice of what the United States does and in the past has done, is once again remarkably obvious and normal. Anyone who had the misfortune of experiencing torture is always reluctant to talk about it as a kind of elemental modesty. But not one of them will ever be silent if they have to denounce it when they see it happening to someone or somewhere else.

And please, Mark Kimmit*, allow me to express my surprise when you express your ‘horror’ for such abuses since your country, through several decades and under the banner of ‘Doctrine of National Security’, trained over 60 thousands Latin American military personnel, of which nearly three thousand came from Chile. We all know what these people did. The similarities between Iraq and Chile are not coincidental. I remember the clown Bush euphorically spitting out that ‘the men and women of Iraq no longer will be taken to rooms to be tortured or raped because now we are here, and there won’t be any more rapes or torture in Iraq’. The first violation of Iraq is the US being there in the first place. And like Chile before it, there is massive repression, fear, a permanent sense of uncertainty about everyday activities, and, of course rape and torture. "

*(Brigadier General Mark Kimmit, the BUTCHER OF FALLUJA. A War Criminal who should be hung by the neck until dead.)


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