June 06, 2005

More On The Gulag At Gitmo

Ron sent me this.

A few bits to consider in the light of that "gulag" sobriquet tossed around so lightly by Am-nasty Internotional:

From Northeast Intelligence Network

Not one of the illegal enemy combatant detainees who came from Afghanistan had a Qur'an in his possession when captured.

A brand new Qur'an in the specific, native language of each individual was provided to each "enemy combatant".

Each illegal enemy combatant detained at Guantanamo is given three nutritious halal meals (culturally-appropriate and in accordance with Islamic dietary law) per day. The meals include all optional condiments.

Each illegal enemy combatant detainee receives Muslim feast meals at special times in accordance with Muslim feasts and holy periods during the year.

Each illegal enemy combatant detainee has unrestricted access to Muslim Imams and religious instruction.

Each illegal enemy combatant detainee has a Quibla, a large green and white sign in his cell which points toward Mecca. [for the Islamo-Todds e-C]

Each illegal enemy combatant detainee hears Islamic loudspeaker calls to prayer five times daily.

Each illegal enemy combatant detainee received a brand new Muslim prayer cap.

Each illegal enemy combatant detainee received a brand new prayer rug.

Each illegal enemy combatant detainee received brand new Islamic prayer beads. Each illegal enemy combatant detainee received Islamic holy oil.

Each illegal enemy combatant had ALL of this done and paid for him at US taxpayer expense and this is far, far in excess of requirements delineated by Geneva Convention Cat. III protocols on the treatment of Prisoners of War.

[Copyright 2005 Sean Osborne, Northeast Intelligence Network; Reprints permitted with proper citation ]

I'm hoping that Sean Osborne does not get upset at me for posting this.

Can you imagine any other country that would bend over so far backwards for enemy combatants? And we're the bad guys? To hear the anti-American Lamestream Media tell it we are. Why do the liberals hate this country so much?

Posted by denny at June 6, 2005 10:23 PM  
Comments

They hate Christianity, Denny.

Posted by: Paul on June 7, 2005 12:48 AM

Because they're stupid?

Posted by: Emily Nelson on June 7, 2005 06:46 AM

The base site, Northeast Intelligence Network, is replete with up-to-date info on Iraq, homeland security, and the Middle East terrorism situation in general. Somebody sent me a link and I lost it. But if you Google the Northeast Intelligence Network, a very similar one comes up which can probably lead you to the original where I got the list. I spent 'bout an hour diggin around in it and just got more and more pissed, so I quit.

Oh, and a couple more snippets --
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Friday, June 03, 2005
Deaths
I have been hearing quite a bit from the left about the number of civilian deaths since this war began. Here is something for my leftwing friends to think about.

Since abortion was legalized in 1973 in this country, more unborn children have been killed than human life taken in WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq COMBINED.

And it wasn't from a war either. It was purposeful and legal.

So until the Democratic party can stand up against those deaths, they have no moral credibility with me on the issue of death.
posted by Rightwingsparkle @ 11:47 AM


Charles Krauthammer in Time Magazine rocks with this article regarding people "with deeply held views."

Here is an excerpt:

"The Op-Ed pages are filled with jeremiads about believers--principally evangelical Christians and traditional Catholics--bent on turning the U.S. into a theocracy. Now I am not much of a believer, but there is something deeply wrong--indeed, deeply un-American--about fearing people simply because they believe. It seems perfectly O.K. for secularists to impose their secular views on America, such as, say, legalized abortion or gay marriage. But when someone takes the contrary view, all of a sudden he is trying to impose his view on you. And if that contrary view happens to be rooted in Scripture or some kind of religious belief system, the very public advocacy of that view becomes a violation of the U.S. constitutional order."

Read the rest. Excellent.
posted by Rightwingsparkle @ 10:22 AM

This is kinda interesting too, if you're of a mind and got a minnit:
http://aarons.cc/2005/06/06/2464/

Posted by: Ron on June 7, 2005 07:37 AM

"Since abortion was legalized in 1973 in this country, more unborn children have been killed than human life taken in WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, and Iraq COMBINED.

And it wasn't from a war either. It was purposeful and legal.

So until the Democratic party can stand up against those deaths, they have no moral credibility with me on the issue of death.
posted by Rightwingsparkle @ 11:47 AM"

This is something Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Hillary Clinton, Howard Dean and countless other 'candy ass' Left wing Liberals should be faced to answer, IN PUBLIC OVER THE GRAVES of those millions of babies murdered!

Good post Ron...

I'm for cloning General George Patton and puttin' him in charge at Gitmo!

Posted by: Andy on June 7, 2005 09:30 AM

Nuke em till they glow and shoot them in the dark

Posted by: Sarge on June 7, 2005 09:48 AM

Just one question
What did our boys get while they were staying at the Hanio Hilton in Vietnam. I didn't know if they were providing a continental breakfast or happy hour as a perk.

Posted by: Greg DiCroce on June 7, 2005 10:22 AM

What they hate more that anything are moral absolutes. "Are they really any different than us?" "We need to understand why they hate us." "They're just like the Minutemen." When someone like Bush (You're either with us or against us) and Reagan (Evil Empire) comes along and defines things in black and white, the libs get all apoplectic!!

We ARE the good guys in the world. We're not perfect, but nobody tries harder to get there. No one spends more money in counties that are openly hostile towards us, our citizens and our ideology. No other country has liberated and defended more Muslims in the history of mankind.

Posted by: Raving Republican on June 7, 2005 10:49 AM

What started out as a worthy human rights cause has like most other organizations been subverted for political causes and agenda's.

A Muslim woman. her name is Irene Khanis, is Secretary General of Amnesty International and she introduced the instantaneously notorious report on human rights so biased against the US (calling Guantanamo Bay our American "Gulag") that no less than the Washington Post took exception to its contents and bias.

Irene Zubaida Khan joined Amnesty International as the organizationís seventh Secretary General in August 2001. Irene helped to found the development organization, Concern Universal, in 1977, and began her work as a human rights activist with the International Commission of Jurists in 1979.
She was appointed as the UNHCR Chief of Mission in India in 1995, the youngest UNHCR country representative at that time, and in 1998 headed the UNHCR Centre for Research and Documentation. She led the UNHCR team in Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia during the Kosovo crisis in 1999, and was appointed Deputy Director of International Protection later that year.

Irene studied law at the University of Manchester and Harvard Law School, specialising in public international law and human rights. She is the recipient of several academic awards, a Ford Foundation Fellowship, and the Pilkington "Woman of the Year"

Amnesty International is a registered charity in Canada as in many countries.
http://www.amnesty.ca/about/faqs/funding/#how_am_funded

Follow the money trail http://www.business-humanrights.org/AboutUs/Funding

It would come as no surprise to find Soros funding in there somewhere.

Posted by: Jack on June 7, 2005 11:36 AM

Wow I can't believe how blind you are with this junk, how ignorant. How can you just ignore all the facts, the lies, the greed of this administration and its henchmen? How hard it must be to truly remain uninformed in the face of all the evidence, and to believe this junk you write, so I am guessing there is some intentional ignorance going on. How does it personally benefit you to spread these lies? I am sure you'll remove this comment as you only like your conservative bias, disguised as even handed analysis. I agree the democrats are no shining knights in armour, but they're saints compared to this evil and destructive, stupidity championing administration and its sad supporters. Do you have any humanity or compassion or love at all? And the American flag you throw around with words like liberty has become cliche in its nazi-esque use to promote nationalism and use to try to discredit the real patriots who don't hide behind them. Shame on you! If you believe in god, you should probably consider repenting.

Posted by: Love Found on June 7, 2005 03:39 PM

If Love Found's post is not sophisticated satire, then INT WTF?? Evidence? Argh!!

I sincerely hope it is a modern version of Swift. If not, God (capital G, by the way, Love Found; after all, it's a proper noun), help us.

Posted by: babalu on June 7, 2005 04:43 PM

Off topic here. Hey, check out Kerry's Yale photo on drudgereport. Would somebody please do some Photoshop on this baby? LMAO!!

Posted by: Paul on June 7, 2005 07:23 PM

Denny - Can you provide a link to the no Koran info? I want to shove it up some Leftie's noses...

Thanks

Posted by: PPJ on June 7, 2005 10:40 PM

Love Found - Why would I deprive my readers the ability to laugh at someone as incredibly stupid as you. I don't delete funny commments like yours. Can't repent. I don't believe in God. You should try to get some money back for your abysmal education and your wilfull ignorance of facts. Run along to Moveon.org or DU where you can hang out with pitiful idiots like yourself.

Posted by: Denny on June 8, 2005 03:45 PM

Love Found must belong to Travesty International.
Bravo Sarge! Brilliant analysis.

Posted by: LisaKay on June 9, 2005 04:21 AM

"Can you imagine any other country that would bend over so far backwards for enemy combatants?"

Which other countries have 'enemy combatants' - i.e., prisoners held outside the framework of law or judiciality, held indefinitely with no access to lawyers or trials?

Are there any other countries? If so, which ones are they?

Posted by: Carlo on June 9, 2005 06:57 AM

The reason they are held "outside of the framework of law" is because they operated out of the framework of the law. Sorry, Carlo, but the Geneva Convention does not apply to these ragheads. They are terrorists. At least we incarcerate them. When the tables are turned, they behead and torture our soldiers, not to mention what they do to innocent civilians. These bastards declared war on us when they crashed the airplanes into the WTC and the Pentagon. Take your bleeding heart crocodile tears to another site you bedwetting pansy.

Posted by: Denny on June 9, 2005 06:36 PM

Carlos, we are being kind to them. according to the Geneva Conventions, we could take them out and shoot them for fighting while not in uniform. Its called a war crime, and contrary to your retarded assertion, Other countries have regularly metted out the death penalty.

Posted by: Jeremy on June 9, 2005 08:21 PM

Some may be terrorists. Others may not be. In fact, many have been let go because they were grabbed by mistake. But how will we know if they aren't given trials? Nobody is excluded from the Geneva Conventions. It is more creative fantasy interpretation that is being cooked up by the Prez and his crew every day. Even the Nazi's got trials.

But when this administration goes and pisses all over the rule of law - something that America was previously esteemed for upholding - then the terrorists have added quite a feather in their cap.

And Denny, over 100 prisoners have died in US custody since the War on Terror has been declared. In several cases the military has admitted to cases of homicide. But you already knew that, right?

Posted by: Carlo on June 10, 2005 09:36 AM

Carlo - Two words: Tough shit. We did not start the war. War is hell. We treat our prisoners better than any other country and guess what? If we find abuses such as we found at Abu Ghraib, we prosecute the offenders. Y'know what we did to German insurgents at the end of WWII? We shot 'em. Maybe we should just go ahead and do that rather than incarcerate them and give them three hots and a cot and religious freedom.

Go peddle your liberal bullshit at another site. You are too stupid to post here.

Posted by: Denny on June 10, 2005 12:10 PM

I wonder if John Kerry would have closed gitmo, left Iraq and admitted that America deserved 9/11.

No? So what the fuck is the point?

Posted by: SOTT on June 16, 2005 08:52 AM
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