Friday, December 09, 2005

THE HOSTAGES: My guess? The Americans got some "new" insurgent "Muslim" group to scare aid workers out of the country. It'll probably work too.

Okay... first off, here:

And... here:

By the way, there's hundreds more pictures, they haven't stopped torturing people, they are desperately trying to continue despite everyone asking them to stop, and in fact, they're now running more secret prisons in "democracies" around the world while simply denying what they do is "torture" or deciding it's "classified" so they can't discuss it.


CIA Holds Terror Suspects in Secret Prisons

Debate Is Growing Within Agency About Legality and Morality of Overseas System Set Up After 9/11

By Dana Priest
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, November 2, 2005; Page A01

The CIA has been hiding and interrogating some of its most important al Qaeda captives at a Soviet-era compound in Eastern Europe, according to U.S. and foreign officials familiar with the arrangement.

The secret facility is part of a covert prison system set up by the CIA nearly four years ago that at various times has included sites in eight countries, including Thailand, Afghanistan and several democracies in Eastern Europe, as well as a small center at the Guantanamo Bay prison in Cuba, according to current and former intelligence officials and diplomats from three continents.



So... we can obviously see they are capable of anything.


Next, they've killed unembedded journalists there, roughly 11 or more by most counts from around the world. They've also bombed Al-Jazeera a few times despite receiving their coordinates (which may have helped), were thinking about bombing them again, and are clearly trying to scare any critical journalists out too by any means necessary.


US military 'brutalised' journalists

News agency demands inquiry after American forces in Iraq allegedly treated camera crew as enemy personnel

Luke Harding in Baghdad
Tuesday January 13, 2004
The Guardian

The international news agency Reuters has made a formal complaint to the Pentagon following the "wrongful" arrest and apparent "brutalisation" of three of its staff this month by US troops in Iraq.

The complaint followed an incident in the town of Falluja when American soldiers fired at two Iraqi cameramen and a driver from the agency while they were filming the scene of a helicopter crash.

The US military initially claimed that the Reuters journalists were "enemy personnel" who had opened fire on US troops and refused to release them for 72 hours.

Although Reuters has not commented publicly, it is understood that the journalists were "brutalised and intimidated" by US soldiers, who put bags over their heads, told them they would be sent to Guantanamo Bay, and whispered: "Let's have sex."

At one point during the interrogation, according to the family of one of the staff members, a US soldier shoved a shoe into the mouth one of the Iraqis.

The US troops, from the 82nd Airborne Division, based in Falluja, also made the blindfolded journalists stand for hours with their arms raised and their palms pressed against the cell wall.

"They were brutalised, terrified and humiliated for three days," one source said. "It was pretty grim stuff. There was mental and physical abuse."

He added: "It makes you wonder what happens to ordinary Iraqis."


SOURCE -,2763,1121981,00.html

So... we can see what they do to people who try to expose how evil they are.


I mean, we don't know a damn thing about the "Swords of the Righteous".

We've never heard of them, and the press doesn't seem to care a lick about telling us anything.

Surely they could get some info about the group from Iraq or some other Arab sources, but instead they remain a faceless and largely nameless representation of the blind savagery of the Iraqi "MUSLIM" insurgency, ready to kill even the "Good CHRISTIANS" trying to help them.

So, the actions of the "Swords of the Righteous" are clearly damaging to the international reputation of the Iraqi insurgency. They are being clearly and bizarrely self-defeating in holding hostage aid-workers who were helping to expose the truth behind the brutalization of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib and other camps, among other atrocities, and diminishing global sympathy for their cause.


And why demand the release of "all Iraqi prisoners" by capturing and killing the aid workers who were trying to help them?

Would threatening to kill the aid workers exposing how evil the U.S. military is acting really compel them to release ANY prisoners?

Would it discourage aid workers from trying to help Iraqi's knowing how bizarrely stupid and savage they'll be in killing the people who are trying to help them?

Would it help the U.S. military drive out all support in the form of concerned citizens from the West who can galvanize international media coverage?

Would ANY serious insurgent group be this stupid?


I feel bad for everyone involved and hope and pray for their safe return.

However, we've got to use our heads here.

I'm really not sure what the hell they're up to, but this is certainly a big story, so who knows?

Apparently the WAR in Iraq is back in the news again, and while you may not like this theory as an answer, based on what we know so far it certainly still stands as a reasonable question...


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