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Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

25 January - iGoogle

Habeas Corpus (1928 film)Image via Wikipedia

Mass psychogenic illness or brain damage of unknown origin?

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Why is there such a high level of child poverty in the UK?

Why is there such an astonishing lack of social mobility?

Why is both the US and Europe crumbling under mountains of debt?

Why were so many people left to die after Hurricane Katrina?

Why did the US drop not one but two atomic bombs on Japanese cities and not off the coast of Tokyo which would have served precisely the same lesson?

Why did the British preside over famines in Ireland and India where millions died with millions more scattered to the four corners of the globe?

Why did the conquistadors wipe out 70 million native Indians in South America?

Why were over a 100 million transported as part of the slave trade?

Why did the Soviets and Chinese kill millions both directly and indirectly?

Why the global arms race?

Why petrol shortages in oil exporting Nigeria?

Why do billions live on a dollar a day or less?

Why do Western war criminals never face the international criminal court?

Why did Britain do recored arms deals with Gaddafi before the unrest broke out?

Why did Mubarak receive $1.5 billion per annum to support his security state?

Why, oh, why???????????????

The answer: because this is a deeply perverse and upside down world which no man will ever make right.

Google announces privacy changes across products; users can’t opt out

Activists Mark A Decade of Guantanamo With Enhanced Pressure on White House and Supreme Court

The War on Terror has carried a load of disregard to civil liberties praised by this nation; illegal detention sites are just a single salient facet of the post-9/11 era.

The American military has taken an Islamaphobic tactic to its defense strategies against Al-Qaeda*, with belligerence ranging from indefinite (and most illegal) detention without trial or evidence, to extraordinary rendition of suspects onward to locations where enhanced interrogation is euphemism for torture.

Beyond the damage perpetrated against the international Muslim community -- and the new look and smell of the U.S around the world as a hypocritical democratic superpower -- the blowback effect pushes this costly war even further. 

Although the ability for one to question the legitimacy of his arrest has been a basic right since before the Magna Carta, as well as Habeas Corpus becoming a demanded law of liberty by the people, when the Bush administration opened the can of worms that is GITMO they pretended this universal freedom did not extend indiscriminately, and so since its inception GITMO has detained 2771 prisoners, many without merit.

* Al Qaeda - the invented all purpose Enemy pejorative from B.S. R US


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