Thursday, June 25, 2009

Spot the Fascists


We should not forget that most terrorism is the work of the security services. (OPERATION NORTHWOODS: US PLANNED FAKE TERROR ATTACKS ON CITIZENS .)

So, the 'terrorists' held in American prisons are usually innocents.

In 2005, The New York Times obtained a 2,000-page United States Army report concerning the murders of two unarmed civilian Afghan prisoners by U.S. armed forces in 2002 at the Bagram prison, in Afghanistan.

The prisoners, Habibullah and Dilawar, were chained to the ceiling and beaten, which caused their deaths. Military coroners ruled that both the prisoners' deaths were homicides.

Autopsies revealed severe trauma to both prisoners' legs, describing the trauma as comparable to being run over by a bus. (Bagram torture and prisoner abuse - Wikipedia)

New allegations of torture at the USA's Bagram prison in Afghanistan have been uncovered by the BBC.

Inmates claim they have been hung from the ceiling and beaten.

None of the inmates has been charged with any offence or put on trial.

Some of the inmates, including Britons, have been forcibly taken there from abroad.

"They poured cold water on you in winter and hot water in summer. They used dogs against us. They put a pistol or a gun to your head and threatened you with death," said one inmate.

The 'fascist' Obama regime is not going to close Bagram.

An extra detention centre is currently under construction at the camp.

Torture apparently continues.

Ex-detainees allege Bagram abuse / Ex-Bagram inmates complain of abuse

The forces of law and order are losing respect.

A damning UK government survey has found police forces and other public services are said to neither listen to what people say about crime and rowdiness nor do anything to stop it.

"The poll of more than half a million adults also suggested that councils are out of touch, unpopular, and take too much of residents' money.

"The inquiry, conducted in more than 300 council areas, found only a quarter of respondents thought police were willing to listen when they complained." - Police have let us down, say three in four Britons.