Hoewel hoewel iedereen het al jaren weet (waterboarding, Abu Ghraib en Guantanamo Bay), heeft de VS nu eindelijk in een 525 pagina’s tellend rapport (pdf) toegegeven dat men gebruik maakt(e!) van “speciale verhoormethoden” om “verdachten van terrorisme” te dwingen tot “bekentenissen”. Om het geloof in “vrijheid en democratie” in stand te houden, martelt men mensen om hen te laten bekennen dat ze hebben gevlogen op bezemstelen, pardon, in Boeings waarmee de Twin Towers en het Pentagon… of in elk geval dat ze zoiets van plan waren. Dit alles in de strijd tegen de ketters moslim terroristen die onze “vrijheid en democratie haten”.

Natuurlijk is dat weerzinwekkend, maar het is niet nieuw, het is nu alleen maar nieuws omdat de media er “aandacht” aan besteden. Iedereen mag er even schande van spreken, maar de daders worden niet vervolgd! En het blijkt niet alleen de CIA of de VS die mensen martelt:
Not so magnificent 7: nations ‘busted’ in redacted CIA terror report

A staggering 54 countries were ‘involved’ in the Senate report in helping US terror activates around the world. Here are seven governments whose leaders will be having sleepless nights trying to come up with excuses to explain their actions.

Although none of the countries were specifically named in the heavily edited document, through a process of elimination and by putting data together, it was quiet clear, which nations were at fault in the report. Those countries which housed US sponsored detention centers were given a code color. Poland for instance was ‘Blue’, while Lithuania was ‘Violet’.

CIA torture report: Most shocking revelations about interrogation techniques duurt 5 minuten.

Van alle vreselijke conclusies die volgen uit dit rapport, noem ik er een: 7. The CIA tortured innocent people.

“Of the 119 known detainees that were in CIA custody during the life of the program, at least 26 were wrongfully held. Detainees often remained in custody for months after the CIA determined they should not have been detained….Other KSM [Khalid Sheikh Mohammed] fabrications led the CIA to capture and detain suspected terrorists who were later found to be innocent.” [Page 485]

Monty Python: No-one expects the Spanish Inquisition duurt 9 minuten.

Goed, die grap is nogal oud, maar dit smerige martelverhaal doet denken aan de Spaanse Inquisitie! De twee Dominicaner monniken die de Heksenhamer schreven in de strijd tegen heksen en ketters, werden gewaardeerd, net als de twee psychologen die de CIA tegen betaling van $ 180 miljoen adviseerden omtrent de beste martelmethoden. Het resultaat van marteling is dat mensen een valse bekentenis afleggen om te ontkomen aan de pijnlijke situatie. Aldus blijft het geloof in stand in heksen die vliegen op bezemstelen om te bouleren met de duivel 19 vliegende plofmoslims onder leiding van Osama bin Boeman, die onze “vrijheid en democratie” haten.

De volgende documentaire van de BBC en History Channel gaat over de CIA Spaanse Inquisitie, die vanaf ongeveer 1500 AD een ware terreur uitoefende. Let op de overeenkomsten met de huidige situatie: machtspolitiek, militaire dreiging, geheime informanten en ga zo maar door! Vul voor “ketters” het woord “terroristen” in en voor “Joden” het woord “moslims”, voor “God en de Kerk” de woorden “Vrijheid en Democratie”, en de analogie is duidelijk. No-one expects de CIA Spaanse Inquisitie, maar ze zijn overal onwelkom!

The Spanish Inquisition History Channel Full Documentary HD duurt een uur en 13 minuten.

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9 Reacties op “Martelen: de CIA en de Spaanse Inquisitie”

  • Boudine:

    Torquemada Coteaz Dick Cheney Lies on Torture: ‘Rectal Feeding Was For Medical Reasons, Not Torture!’

  • Ben Bot over CIA rapport

    Zowel in de Tweede Kamer als in het Europees Parlement wordt deze week het Amerikaanse senaatsrapport over de CIA besproken. In Bureau Buitenland een gesprek met Ben Bot: in de tijd dat de eerste geruchten over dit geheime CIA-programma naar buiten kwamen, in 2005, was hij minister van Buitenlandse Zaken.

    Ben Bot :

  • Boudine:

    Guantanamo inmate says recent CIA report does not tell entire truth

  • Boudine:

    The Congressional report on torture confirms that Al Qaeda was not involved in the attacks of September 11

    by Thierry Meyssan

    Publicly released excerpts of the report of the Senate Committee on the CIA’s secret torture program reveal a vast criminal organization. Thierry Meyssan has read for you the 525 pages of this document. He found evidence of what he has been saying for years.

    The declassified portion corresponds to only one-twelfth of the initial report.

    The report itself does not address the vast removal and sequestration system that the US Navy had put in place during the terms of President George W. Bush; a program that has led to worldwide kidnapping and sequestration of more than 80 000 people aboard 17 flat-bottomed boats stationed in international waters. It is content to study 119 cases of human guinea pigs subjected to psychological experiments in Guantánamo and fifty secret prisons from 2002 to late 2009, a year after the election of Barack Obama.

    In the initial report, the names of agents and contractors of the CIA involved have been replaced by pseudonyms. In addition, the declassified extracts were widely censored, mainly to clear the names of foreign accomplices of the CIA.

  • Boudine:

    US Television Provides Ample Platform for American Torturers, But None to Their Victims

    By Glenn Greenwald

    December 16, 2014 “ICH” – “The Intercept” – Ever since the torture report was released last week, U.S. television outlets have endlessly featured American torturers and torture proponents. But there was one group that was almost never heard from: the victims of their torture, not even the ones recognized by the U.S. Government itself as innocent, not even the family members of the ones they tortured to death. Whether by design (most likely) or effect, this inexcusable omission radically distorts coverage.

    Whenever America is forced to confront its heinous acts, the central strategy is to disappear the victims, render them invisible. That’s what robs them of their humanity: it’s the process of dehumanization. That, in turns, is what enables American elites first to support atrocities, and then, when forced to reckon with them, tell themselves that – despite some isolated and well-intentioned bad acts – they are still really good, elevated, noble, admirable people. It’s hardly surprising, then, that a Washington Post/ABC News poll released this morning found that a large majority of Americans believe torture is justified even when you call it “torture.” Not having to think about actual human victims makes it easy to justify any sort of crime.

    Imperialism and the Politics of Torture

    By James Petras

    December 16, 2014 “ICH” – Introduction: The US Senate Report documenting CIA torture of alleged terrorist suspects raises a number of fundamental questions about the nature and operations of the State, the relationship and the responsibility of the Executive Branch and Congress to the vast secret police networks which span the globe – including the United States.

    CIA: The Politics of a Global Secret Police Force

    The Senate Report’s revelations of CIA torture of suspects following the 9/11 bombing is only the tip of the iceberg. The Report omits the history and wider scope of violent activity in which the CIA has been and continues to be involved. CIA organized large scale deathsquad activities and extreme torture in Vietnam (Phoenix Project); multiple assassinations of political leaders in the Congo, Chile, Dominican Republic, Vietnam, the Middle East, Central America and elsewhere; the kidnapping and disappearance of suspected activists in Iraq and Afghanistan; massive drug-running and narco-trafficking in the “Golden Triangle” in Southeast Asia and Central America (the Iran-Contra war).

    Private prisons: How US corporations make money out of locking you up duurt 10 minuten.

  • The Torturers: Donald Rumsfeld; President George W. Bush; Dick Cheney

    Michael Ratner, President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights : Prosecution has to be done.

    By not prosecuting those responsible for torture President Obama failed to uphold the International Convention on Torture, further his current Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan was a intelligence official in the Bush Administration, further the heavily redacted report on torture does not include Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo says Michael Ratner, President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights

    • Boudine:

      Gepubliceerd op 11 dec. 2014

      By not prosecuting those responsible for torture President Obama failed to uphold the International Convention on Torture, further his current Director of the Central Intelligence Agency, John Brennan was a intelligence official in the Bush Administration, further the heavily redacted report on torture does not include Abu Ghraib and Guantanamo says Michael Ratner, President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights

      Dank je wel, Localmc. Vreselijk!!! Insluiten is uitgeschakeld, dus link even door. Pervers! Dit is de Amerikaanse inquisitie!
      Er wordt goed geld verdiend aan martelen!!!
      Misselijk makend. Middel Eeuws! Weerzin wekkend!
      Wanneer worden de mensen toch eens wijzer? 🙁

  • Boudine:

    Prison Dispatches from the War on Terror: Ex-CIA Officer John Kiriakou Speaks

    January 19, 2015 “ICH” – “The Intercept” – John Kiriakou is the only CIA employee to go to prison in connection with the agency’s torture program. Not because he tortured anyone, but because he revealed information on torture to a reporter.

    Kiriakou is the Central Intelligence Agency officer who told ABC News in 2007 that the CIA waterboarded suspected al-Qaeda prisoners after the September 11 attacks, namely Abu Zubaydah, thought to be a key al Qaeda official. Although he felt at the time that waterboarding probably saved lives, Kiriakou nevertheless came to view the practice as torture and later claimed he unwittingly understated how many times Zubaydah was subjected to waterboarding.

    In January 2012, Kiriakou was charged by the Justice Department for allegedly and repeatedly disclosing classified information to journalists.

    Kiriakou is geen Charlie!!!

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