May 23, 2004
The History of Torture
The following is a long, rambling list of angry articles about the war, the election & politics in general. If uninterested, please scroll on to the more refined subjects below.
Iraqi torture ads (like the one above) are now appearing in New York Subways
Why torture other people? The Object of Torture is Torture said George Orwell in "1984": 'You asked me once,' said O'Brien, 'what was in Room 101. I told you that you knew the answer already. Everyone knows it. The thing that is in Room 101 is the worst thing in the world. '
"Interrogation" by Leon Golub - Conflicts and dates may change, but the imagery and inhumanity stay the same
A wonderful solution.
How to stop the torture in Iraq
The Moral Case Against the Iraq War - When do we have the right to kill our fellow human beings or let them be killed?
Sympathy for Lynndie England: You were never prepared for this. You never expected it. You grew up poor, in one of the poorest parts of the United States… You joined the Army Reserve, mostly, because it seemed to offer money and opportunities you couldn't get any other way…
Welcome to the new Iraq - Anatomy of a refugee camp (From “Metafilter”)
“Why don’t we just cut to the chase and say that the first side to rape a thousand retarded donkeys is the winner?” New chapter, number 35 of “Get your War on”. WARNING – Extremely profane – Do not click if unsympathetic to potty-mouth liberalism!
Many more Fair & Balanced Links about the War in Iraq Here
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Truthout has a copy of a Washington Post article on interrogation in overseas prisons. Worth reading.
Posted by: George Bush at May 26, 2004 1:36:49 AM