Blackwill's Black Heart: Conman Pulls Sales Tricks to Market Torture
Blackwill's Black Heart: Conman Pulls Sales Tricks to Market Torture
When Saddam, Kim and Mugabe do it it's bad, when we do it it's to protect the American people
Former White House advisor Robert Blackwill's comments that torture is sometimes necessary underscore a dominant philosophy of absolute despotism that pervades elitist circles who like to think of themselves as part of this wicked New World Order hierarchy.
The fact that it is nearly 2006 and we are still having to even debate people who insist that the barbaric practice of torture is acceptable in a supposedly cultured and intellectually advanced world is proof that evil in its purest form still exists and holds the reigns of power on planet earth.
The abhorrent scum that promote torture belong to a philosophical school that wouldn't have been one iota out of place over one thousand years ago in the dark ages. These people deserve to be thrown on the slagheap of history, forever castigated and referenced as the worst example of how any human being can ever behave while the rest of us advance with the innate human spirit of dignity and freedom.
To pick apart Blackwill's argument is in one sense a step too far because it means we have to engage these parasites on the level of their own foul delusion.
Blackwill argues that a terrorist who is part of a plan to nuke a city should be tortured in order to discover where the bomb is. No doubt the CFR boys almost drowned in their own putrid drool when they heard that one.
Manadel al-Jamadi, an Iraqi tortured to death at Abu Ghraib. Do you feel safer America?
Blackwill's malevolence is only paralleled by his unbridled stupidity.
Do you really entertain the notion that a psychopathic terrorist with the audacity to nuke a major city and slaughter untold millions is going squeal at the first sign of a cattle prod?
No, he's going to give false information and cause false leads to be followed, ensuring the attack has a greater chance of occurring.
I make myself shudder by entertaining what Blackwill's response would be.
'Well in that case maybe we should up the ante and torture this guy's children! No I know let's torture his newborn baby, that should get the job done!'
My stomach turns at the prospect of these cretins rubbing their hands together and starting to discuss applying bunsen burners to infants in order to 'protect the American people'.
This is a revolting prospect but it was already the storyline on the popular drama '24' - which tells us that they're already planting the seeds of this in the public consciousness.
Blackwill sells torture like a con man sells a beaten up old Mustang. He wraps a giant stinking turd in a veneer of twisted mental gymnastics and reasoning.
He takes an extreme example which has never even happened throughout the course of recent history and uses it as a justification for a sweeping policy directive whose victims are overwhelmingly bewildered Afghan goat herders or Iraqis who didn't show their papers at a checkpoint.
As former associate editor of the Wall Street Journal and former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury Dr. Paul Craig Roberts points out, the torture program was not set up to gain any kind of real information from accused detainees because torture is renowned for extracting useless and false information. The real reason for the torture is to make the terrorists implicate themselves and thus create the perception of a real terrorist threat.
This is exactly the process in Uzbekistan, where the government was caught torturing innocent people into confession and then using the confessions as evidence that the government needed to crack down on terror.
People who refuse to torture and blow the whistle on it, like General Janis Karpinsky and Rick Baccus are ejected and replaced with cadres of torture teams willing to do the dirty work. Roberts said that these torture teams would be turned loose on US citizens before long.
Because torture is the new American virtue.
And the polls suggest that more than half of Americans buy the scam. That's because it is marketed to them just the same as every other brazen policy of brutality the Bush administration has embraced - carefully served up with a buffet of lies.
Of course when Saddam Hussein chops people's fingers off for stealing and puts people's heads through meat grinders that's evil.
Victim of Saddam Hussein's torture. But if an American had done this on orders of the US government it would have been OK?
When Kim Jong-il orders political dissidents to be force fed chemical weapons and concentration camp guards stamp on newborn babies' necks that's horrible.
When Robert Mugabe orders his henchmen to threaten white farmers with death if they don't rape their own children, that's evil.
But when the guards at Abu Ghraib rape Iraqi children (as is described in the official Tuguba military report) then it's different! Those guards had to rape the kids to protect the American people from terrorists!
TEAM TORTURE: If it's good enough for these nice fellows it's good enough for Blackwill.
And who are the terrorists? Who are the ones that are having their genitals scorched and their anuses raped with chemical glowsticks?
The LA Times reported that no leaders of Al-Qaeda were found at Guantanamo Bay. Most of them were shoemakers, farmers who had never even heard of America and people who were given guns by the Taliban and shoved onto the front lines.
The official army report on Abu Ghraib said that between seventy five and ninety percent of prisoners were totally innocent and just hadn't had their papers in order. The former General there, Janis Karpinski, confirmed this in a recent interview on the Alex Jones show:
"That's correct and I believe that it remains so today because they are still doing these raids, these round ups where they will go out and target an individual, and whoever happens to be around that individual, they bring them all in. And then there is no avenue to release them, once they are tagged as security detainees, they fall into this relatively new and unsupervised category."
The CIA are aware that the vast majority of detainees are not terrorists, proven by the fact that Pakistani gangsters admitted to rounding up innocent people in street sweeps and selling them to the US government as terrorists for anything up to $25,000. These people are now at Guantanamo Bay.
Only nine so-called terrorists have been brought to trial and none have been convicted. Why do individuals have to be held for four years without trial if there is proof that they can be convicted with? Army interrogators have gone public with their frustrations that these people are obviously not terrorists but they are still ordered to keep them. Images of mass ranks of terrorists are pure lies on the part of the insane Neo-Cons in order to keep the American people in fear.
Blackwill was one of the architects of Iraq reconstruction policy, or the 'bomb it to shit and hand out no bid contracts to Cheney's buddies and Halliburtion to rebuild it' role as it's better known. No wonder then that Blackwill diverts attention away from the total and complete catastrophe that is Iraq, a situation that lead the majority of Iraqis to yearn for the good old boy corruption days of Saddam Hussein.
No, Blackwill insists, the absence of an exit strategy and any stabilization plan whatsoever, leading to the insurgency isn't the problem! The problem is Iran! Iran is the biggest threat to Iraq so now we have to give them a taste of the same 'shock and awe' medicine.
Bring 'em on!
Blackwill and his ilk are helping make America the most hated country on earth and it is by design. The more terrorists they can recruit will lead far more of the public to support the vacuous amoral abyss of torture.
We need to collectively stand up as human beings and vociferously cast out these devils by relentlessly countering their rancid torture-promoting tirades and showing them up for who they really are, a bunch of sadomasochistic power obsessed perverts who deserve to rot in hell with Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, Pol Pot and the rest of history's torture loving madmen.
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