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BlueAngel
04-16-2009, 07:44 PM
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Darth Cacodaemon
04-22-2009, 09:03 AM
Excerpt:

"But attorneys decided that waterboarding caused "no pain or actual harm whatsoever" and so did not meet the "severe pain and suffering" standard to be considered torture."

I am so thrilled that ATTORNEYS have made this decision.

Thank goodness for lawyers.

They know all.

Hey.

Here's an idea.

How 'bout these attorneys undergo some waterboarding by the CIA and then get back to us regarding whether or not they stand by their decision.

The Justice department considers waterboarding to constitute a threat of imminent danger.

Obviously, one feels as though they are drowning.

There isn't any need for discussion on the subject of waterboarding.

Waterboarding meets the TORTURE criteria, because irregardless of the fact that these bone-headed attorneys find it doesn't cause any physical harm or suffering, they ARE NOT considering the psychological suffering and harm.

And, that is the POINT.

Waterboarding is torture.

Period!


Forgot you're Thorazine this morning, BlueAngel?:D

Darth Cacodaemon
04-22-2009, 02:39 PM
Why would what I posted indicate to you that I am taking Thorazine and forgot to ingest it this morning?

I DO NOT take THORAZINE, but I'm certain, the same as you appear to be that I was forced to take THORAZINE and other drugs while being tortured by the sadistic pigs.

Their hope was that they would have succeeded in BREAKING me and upon returning to my home, I would have to remain on this drug for the rest of my life.

Once again, they failed in their endeavor to control me.

ALL IS WELL with me!

I sense your anger towards the "Pigs"..Perhaps they were sent to lead YOU to ME. Pain is a teacher and payback is a bitch.
Are you going to moan about this forever? If so, then you're wasting your breath. Or..Do you intend to do something about it?

There is nothing more pathetic then someone who bitches and moans, but won't do anything about it. So which will you be, a perpetual victim or will you do what is necessary, even if it is difficult, to get your pound of flesh?

Darth Cacodaemon
05-19-2009, 01:28 PM
I have one thing to say to you, Nancy.

Thank you for embroiling our country in this torture scandal.

If not for you, the GITMO prisoners would have never been tortured.

It's all your fault.

If only you would have said NO to the CIA when they said they weren't going to water board the inmates, they would have listened and not one single prisoner at GITMO would have been tortured.

After all, the CIA has never incarcerated children in trauma-based mind control programs; funded their black operations by aiding the Mafia in child pornography and illegal drug distribution.

The CIA is a moral and ethic organization and you have corrupted them.

Thanks for shattering my illusion.

:eek:

KOO KOO !! KOO KOO!!

iHIMself™
05-24-2009, 12:23 AM
'In the media, waterboarding is called "simulated drowning," but that's a misnomer. It does not simulate drowning, as the lungs are actually filling with water. There is no way to simulate that. The victim IS drowning'.

I know waterboarding is torture - because I did it myself

By MALCOLM NANCE
Wednesday, October 31st 2007, 10:52 PM


http://www.nydailynews.com/opinions/2007/10/31/2007-10-31_i_know_waterboarding_is_torture__because.htm

iHIMself™
05-25-2009, 08:42 AM
The link you provided cannot be found.

Waterboarding is not the same as drowning.

Drowning is to cease to exist.

Waterboarding makes one feel as if they are drowning and MAY cease to exist.

There is a difference.

Hence, the word TORTURE and hence, the word, simulation.

The word SIMULATION does not justify the act.

As if the page just dissappeares overnight???? crazy. Anyway, google it!

If you're shoving someones head under water and keeping them from breathing, is that drowning them or only simulating it?

There is no difference.

drowning definition | Dictionary.com (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/drowning)

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11-22-2009, 05:28 AM
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Truthbetold
12-29-2009, 06:33 AM
haha, Doesnt techniques sound a hell of a lot better?:cool:

Like a great skill you can obtain to help people.

EireEngineer
12-30-2009, 06:53 PM
It would be interesting to know the names of the TORTURERS; their background, etc. because most NORMAL people are not capable of perpetrating such conduct on another human being.
Ever hear of the Milgram experiment?

Truthbetold
01-01-2010, 02:39 PM
Ever hear of the Milgram experiment?
yes, almost all people are capable of torture when they are under the impression its for the good, or get a positif benefit from it,

EireEngineer
01-02-2010, 07:39 AM
Sadly, that does seem to be the case. History is rife with nasty things happening.

Truthbetold
01-02-2010, 08:51 AM
are you referring to my message? Because I stated ALMOST all people are willing to do everything when they are told that way.

EireEngineer
01-02-2010, 06:40 PM
Yes, even in the Milgram Experiment the percentage wasnt 100%.

Truthbetold
01-03-2010, 04:52 AM
Your statement that almost ALL people are capable of torturing another would STILL be wrong because almost ALL people are not capable of torturing another.

It takes a certain breed and this is the breed the that CIA employs.

I think you misunderstand me, Only under pressure from a authority most people are willing to torture, because they think it is right.

["P]eople have learned that when experts tell them something is all right, it probably is, even if it does not seem so. (In fact, it is worth noting that in this case the experimenter was indeed correct: it was all right to continue giving the 'shocks' - even though most of the subjects did not suspect the reason.)"[14] (excerpt from Wikipedia) (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milgram_experiment#cite_note-13)

If you ask it out of the blue only the sickos that the CIA employs would do it.

Truthbetold
01-04-2010, 04:34 AM
Most people aren't placed under pressure from authority to torture and, even if they were, I highly doubt they would be convinced that it was right.

I dont mean right as in morally right, I mean right as in the better choice at the moment. ( sorry, English is not my native)

The CIA is the entity who employs people to torture other people for them and they employ people who are "sadistic" by nature. Period. These are the types of people they look for. These people don't have to be placed under pressure or convinced that it is right. They do it because it is in their nature.
I dont know if this people are sadistic by nature, more like blinded by ambition and 'love for the country'. I seen it happen to friends of me who enlisted in the army. They were full of joy, and after the training they were emotionless. The whole program is much like MKultra (be it in a far less cruel state), it still a kind of brainwashing.

I was tortured when a victim of MKULTRA/Project Monarch and those who tortured me had no regard for my life. They didn't have to be coerced by authority. Torturer's are "sadistic pigs" who delight in making and watching others suffer. It is in their nature. It is a part of their psychological
make-up.

Have you read Svali's article about MKultra and Project Monarch, She was just as ruthless as those CIA-torturers. And only now sees what was wrong with it.