Friday, September 10, 2010


One of my former neighbours was an Asian Moslem who had been in the military.

He was a fan of Hitler and the Nazis.

In the 1930s many top people in the USA gave help to Hitler's Nazis. (Jacques R. Pauwels American Corporations and Hitler. )

In 1939, Russia's Stalin made a pact with Hitler's Nazis. (Nazi-Soviet Pact)

In 1945, the US government allowed a lot of Hitler's Nazis to move to the USA (BBC NEWS Project Paperclip: Dark side of the Moon), and eventually help run the CIA.

The Pentagon-CIA organised 'Nazi-style' operations such as Operation Northwoods, Operation Gladio and Operation Cyclone.

The 'Nazi-style' US government, and its allies, set up al Qaeda and other 'terrorist' organisations. (A HISTORY OF AL QAEDA)

And now a US court has ruled that a Briton cannot sue the CIA over Nazi-style kidnap and torture.

The Briton seized by the CIA was tortured with a razor blade, before being taken to Guantanamo for four years

Ben Wizner, a lawyer, told the New York Times: 'To this date, not a single victim of the Bush administration's torture programme has had his day in court...

'If this decision stands, the United States will have closed its courts to torture victims while providing complete immunity to their torturers.'

Binyam Mohamed, a British resident, was put in the CIA's prison in Kabul.

Reportedly, he was shackled in total darkness and forced to listen to ear-splitting music 24 hours a day for a month.

In Morocco, he was reportedly hung from walls and ceilings, repeatedly beaten and had his genitals slashed with a razor.

British MI5 spies reportedly supplied questions to the torturers.

The UK Foreign Office under former Foreign Secretary and now Labour leadership candidate David Miliband tried to prevent information being revealed in court, but lost a series of legal challenges.


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