He knew what went on. The only question is will he be held accountable?Here is another Top Piece of ‘DEPRAVED HUMANITY’ better known as ‘RUMSFELD’ or Donald to his CLOSE ASSOCIATES if he has any, that of course excludes THE BUSH’S, CLINTONS, OBAMA, MAJOR, BLAIR, & BROWN & THATCHER WHO IS ALO ON THE LIST, who are equally as bad , & some far worse than he is.
Pictures from Abu Ghraib JailFormer Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has been stripped of legal immunity for acts of torture against US citizens authorized while he was in office. The 7th Circuit made the ruling in the case of two American contractors who were tortured by the US military in Iraq after uncovering a smuggling ring within an Iraqi security company. The company was under contract to the Department of Defense. The company was assisting Iraqi insurgent groups in the “mass acquisition” of American weapons. TAP – The point is the American (one world government) government has always armed its ‘enemies’. The Soviet Union. The Vietcong. Hitler. The Taliban. Iraqi Insurgents. There wouldn’t be any wars unless they were manufactured and manipulated into being. The ‘contractors’ supplying the insurgency were contracted to the US government. The problem was once they were found out, they had to be sacrificed to keep the secret closed. The ruling comes as Rumsfeld begins his book tourwith a visit to Boston on Monday, September 26, and as new, uncensored photos of Abu Ghraib spark fresh outrage across Internet. Awareness is growing that Bush-era crimes went far beyond mere waterboarding
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham told reporters in 2004 of photos withheld by the Defense Department from Abu Ghraib, “The American public needs to understand, we’re talking about rape and murder here… We’re not just talking about giving people a humiliating experience. We’re talking about rape and murder and some very serious charges.” And journalist Seymour Hersh says: “boys were sodomized with the cameras rolling. And the worst above all of that is the soundtrack of the boys shrieking that your government has.”Rumsfeld resigned days before a criminal complaint was filed in Germanyin which the American general who commanded the military police battalion at Abu Ghraib had promised to testify. General Janis Karpinski in an interview with Salon.com was asked: “Do you feel like Rumsfeld is at the heart of all of this and should be held completely accountable for what happened [at Abu Ghraib]?”Karpinski answered: “Yes, absolutely.” In the criminal complaint filed in Germany against Rumsfeld, Karpinskisubmitted 17 pages of testimony and offered to appear before the German prosecutor as a witness. Congressman Kendrick Meek of Florida, who participated in the hearings on Abu Ghraib, said of Rumsfeld: “There was no way Rumsfeld didn’t know what was going on. He’s a guy who wants to know everything.”And Major General Antonio Taguba, who led the official Army investigation into Abu Ghraib, said in his report:“there is no longer any doubt as to whether the [Bush] administration has committed war crimes. The only question is whether those who ordered the use of torture will be held to account.”…………..
Binyam, Genital-SlicingBinyam Mohamed was seized by the Pakistani Forces in April 2002 and turned over to the Americans for a $5,000 bounty. He was held for more than five years without charge or trial in Bagram Air Force Base, Guantánamo Bay, and third country “black” sites.In his diary he describes being flown by a US government plane to a prison in Morocco. He writes:“They cut off my clothes with some kind of doctor’s scalpel. I was naked. I tried to put on a brave face. But maybe I was going to be raped. Maybe they’d electrocute me. Maybe castrate me…One of them took my penis in his hand and began to make cuts. He did it once, and they stood still for maybe a minute, watching my reaction. I was in agony. They must have done this 20 to 30 times, in maybe two hours. There was blood all over. ‘I told you I was going to teach you who’s the man,’ [one] eventually said.“They cut all over my private parts. One of them said it would be better just to cut it off, as I would only breed terrorists. I asked for a doctor.“I was in Morocco for 18 months. Once they began this, they would do it to me about once a month. One time I asked a guard: ‘What’s the point of this? I’ve got nothing I can say to them. I’ve told them everything I possibly could.’Just by the way this is the Law SuiteLaw Suit in Spanish Court directed against George H. W. Bush, William J. Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack H. Obama, Margaret Thatcher, John Major, Anthony Blair and Gordon Brown.BUT NOTHING CAME OF IT Link:-MADRID/CAIRO: Public inquiries on the decision to wage war on Iraq that are silent about the crimes committed, the victims involved, and provide for no sanction, whatever their outcome, are not enough. Illegal acts should entail consequences: the dead and the harmed deserve justice.On 6 October 2009, working with and on behalf of Iraqi plaintiffs, we filed a case before Spanish law against four US presidents and four UK prime ministers for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide in Iraq. The case presented spanned 19 years, including not only the wholesale destruction of Iraq witnessed from 2003, but also the sanctions period during which 1.5 million excess Iraqi deaths were recorded.We brought the case to Spain because its laws of universal jurisdiction are based on principles enshrined in its constitution. All humanity knows the crimes committed in Iraq by those we accused, but no jurisdiction is bringing them to justice. We presented with Iraqi victims a solid case drawing on evidence contained in over 900 documents and that refer to thousands of individual incidents from which a pattern of accumulated harm and intent can be discerned.When we brought our case, we knew that the Spanish Senate would soon vote on an amendment earlier passed by the lower house of parliament to curtail the application of universal jurisdiction in Spain. …………One more jurisdiction to fallDespite submitting a 110-page long referenced accusation (the Introduction of which is appended to this statement), the Spanish public prosecutor and the judge assigned to our case determined there was no reason to investigate. Their arguments were erroneous and could easily have been refuted if we could have appealed. To do so we needed a professional Spanish lawyer — either in a paid capacity or as a volunteer who wished to help the Iraqi people in its struggle for justice. As we had limited ……….Remembering that the Invasion was Launched on a False Flag, I think they probably have a valid case, for investigating, don’t you?We continue to believe that the violent killing of over one million people in Iraq since 2003 alone, the ongoing US occupation — that carries direct legal responsibility — and the displacement of up to a fifth of the Iraqi population from the terror that occupation has entailed and incited suggests strongly that the claims we put forward ought to be further investigated.Call for wider collective effort to prosecuteAt present, failed international justice allows US and UK war criminals to stand above international law. Understanding that this constitutes an attack — or makes possible future attacks — on the human rights of everyone, everywhere, we will continue to advocate the use of all possible avenues, including UN institutions, the International Criminal Court, and popular tribunals, to highlight and bring before law and moral and public opinion US and UK crimes in Iraq. …………….
Torture Now Aimed at Americans, Programs Designed to Obtain False Confessions, Not IntelligenceThe worst of the worst is that Rumsfeld’s logic strikes directly at the foundations of our democracy and the legitimacy of the War on Terror. The torture methods studied and adopted by the Bush administration were not new, but adopted from the Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape program (SERE) which is taught to elite military units. The program was developed during the Cold War, in response to North Korean, Chinese, and Soviet Bloc torture methods. But the aim of those methods was never to obtain intelligence, but to elicit false confessions. The Bush administration asked the military to “reverse engineer” the methods, i.e. figure out how to break down resistance to false confessions.Appallingly, this could explain that even photos such as those of feces-smeared prisoners at Abu Ghraib might not, as we would hope, be only the individual work of particularly demented guards, but part of systematic degradation authorized at the highest levels.
Exhibit: Abu Ghraib, Female torture fan Harman.This could go far toward explaining why the Bush administration seemed so tone-deaf to intelligence professionals, including legendary CIA Director William Colby, who essentially told them they were doing it all wrong. A startling level of consensus existed within the intelligence community that the way to produce good intelligence was to gain the trust of prisoners and to prove everything they had been told by their recruiters, about the cruelty and degeneracy of America, to be wrong.THE IMAGES SHOWN ARE NOT AS BAD AS SOME THAT ARE CIRCULATING!Read of more US Crimes against Humanity :-Welcome to Boston, Mr. Rumsfeld. You Are Under Arrest- by Ralph Lopez – 2011-09-20Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld has been stripped of legal immunity for acts of torture against US citizens authorized while he was in office.VIDEO: Make No Mistake, NATO is Committing War Crimes and Crimes against Humanity in Libya- by Mahdi Darius Nazemroaya, Julien Teil, Mathieu Ozanon – 2011-08-28Expose the lies. This GRTV video was produced in Libya by a team of committed journalists, researchers and cameramen that are witnesses to NATO’s war crimes.
Denial, Selective Perception and Military Atrocities.- by Felicity Arbuthnot – 2010-09-22It was under the watch of his father, George Bush, Snr., that in 1991, thousands of Iraqi conscripts were buried alive in southern Iraq…EXTRACT – An Abu Ghraib Military Intelligence e-mail, dated 17th August 2003, reads of the prisons inmates: “The gloves are coming off . . . Col. Boltz has made it clear that we want these individuals broken.”(9)
In fact the 6th March 2003, Defense Department “Working Group Report on Detainee Interrogations in the Global War on Terrorism” requested by Donald Rumsfeld, read: “In order to respect the President’s inherent constitutional authority to manage a military campaign, (prohibition of torture) must be construed as inapplicable to interrogations undertaken pursuant to his Commander-in-Chief authority.” On 20th March Iraq was illegally invaded and in April: “Rumsfeld issues a final policy approving twenty four special interrogation techniques, some of which need his permission to be used.”(10) With yet again, so little regard for international law or the U.S., Constitution, at the top, it is little wonder there is often either scant or none for either, leading to a culture of depravity down the chain of command..Law Suit against 4 US Presidents & 4 UK Prime Ministers for War Crimes, Crimes Against Humanity & Genocide in Iraq- by Brussells Tribunal – 2010-02-10Statement on Closure of Legal Case for Iraq in SpainCHENEY NEXT …………..REGARDS ……… WASP
This comment came into the blog, raising a key question. Gregory Pitchford is saying on The Tap Blog that he wants Alex Jones to call him to discuss why he was appallingly victimised after trying to call the Alex Jones Show and reveal information about Abu Ghraib jail having a vast HD porn site, clearly illegal but tolerated by the US Army. Gregory associates his military service in Iraq as a fight for Freedom Of Speech for Iraqis. He says he is now carrying on the same fight on behalf of Americans.Most people would admire Gregory for his determination not to be suppressed and silenced by whichever authorities are working him over so nastily, with forced medication, sound waves that are disturbing his dogs and cutting off of his phone and computer. But what about the poor Iraqis? They’ve been victims of American and British brutality for twenty years. Their country and way of life have been destroyed and handed over to corporations like Halliburton, Monsanto and other corrupt giant enterprises of evil.
The hardest part for Gregory, who is seeking to make a psychological recovery from the awful things he experienced in Iraq, must surely be to confront that fact the he was part of invading army that carried out acts of great barbarity. He should never have been there in the first place, and the results of his being there are catastrophic for the world.Here is the comment.
To Gregory Pitchford from Anonymous – I don’t know why Alex Jones has to specifically get involved here. I doubt he will be interested in an interview about with a soldier about Planet X, porn and Freedom of Speech. BTW you didn’t fight for freedom of speech in Iraq. Saying such things is going to put Alex Jones off. You fought in Iraq to a) prevent Saddam opening a stargate b) grab the oil c) neutralise opposition to the globalist one world state.Gregory describes the suffering of himself and his comrades in Iraq. Anyone would feel deeply sorry for the soldiers and especially the families who lost sons and fathers. But unless an equivalent sympathy is held for the Iraqis, who were also victims, and on a far greater scale than the occupying armies, the search for sympathy to his cause is indeed lessened. All are victims of the One World Government that orchestrated the war into being, funded and supported the ‘enemy’, and is still carrying out acts of terror in that country to ensure total disintegration of the society that once existed there, with the nation gradually being broken up.I guess for the soldiers like Gregory, the intuitive knowledge that their own suffering in Iraq, and subsequent to it, was to take part in an enterprise of evil, is simply too much to bear. Maybe that is one reason why Gregory is seeking to ascribe guilt to others, like Alex Jones, in a need to find a psychological scapegoat. Gregory is wondering if Alex Jones is a CIA frontman, because he doesn’t delve into certain areas of inquiry, and because he hasn’t called him to apologise over what’s being done to him. There are a lot of questions to answer, and much unravelling of issues to do.Alex Jones must surely basically be in agreement with Gregory, as the comment suggests, that Free Speech in America is now a key battleground for the future of humankind. My friends from the USA tell me they now hate travelling, due to the intrusions of the TSA. Freedom is rapidly eroding there. Gregory Pitchfords and Alex Jones’ should join forces and fight on the same side. Can we see a handshake over all this, and a reconciliation. Maybe Gregory, you need to make some concessions too, as well as seeing all the problems as residing in the camp of others.COMMENTS -Good post.Be friends. You’re on the same team.Alex Jones cannot defeat the globalists by himself, which is why he needs Gregory Pitchford and the rest of us. You just have to know which side you are on and charge for victory.9:54 PMGregory Pitchford said…Personally for me, the hardest part in Abu Ghraib was having to build a relationship with the Chief and his assistants to keep the peace in the camp and at the same time hear day after day after day after day after day…”Is the HAPPY BUS here Sergeant Pitchford” When will the Happy Bus come?” The Happy bus was the bus that took them home. The Marines would have a saying, “Round them up and let M.I. sort them out” I know there were many innocent civilians who were there only because they were at the wrong place at the wrong time. I felt their pain and cried many nights with feelings of guilt. The judical process was so backed up that many of them had been there for years. Familiy members, brothers, fathers, cousins all there separate even from each other in different camps that were only 20 feet from each other. I did my absolute best to make the situation as fair as possible while others just mocked and laughed at them using the abuse of Korans to stir shit up. When a full bird Colonel walks into Guard Mount prior to your shift and tells the entire oncoming crew that everyone one of them was a mistake and that they never should have made it into the prison alive it becomes quite disturbing. I did my best in a fucked up situation of injustice, most of us did but if you want me to say that our cause was completely unjust, I won’t. I am Christian first and a Soldier second. A soldier of a Country, that while has done some horrible things, represents something I very much believe in, The Truth for Justice and the American Way. A way of life that is a shining beacon on a hill for all to see. While tyrants like Sadamm had their sons show up at the prison for a drunken target practice of Shia prisoners and surpress the rights of their population like Freedom of Speech, we here in America walking around like our rights are a given and can never be surpressed. I am greatly afraid that the training our soldiers have received in the ever increasing detainee operations will one day be used on another entirely different population. A population that should be listening to Alex Jones and wake up before its too late.11:24 PMTapestry said…Demonising your enemies is how they get you to fight. But was any of it true? Saddam wasn’t executed or put on trial. His own wife shouted out,’That’s not my husband.’ They always use doubles. The ‘hanging’ wasn’t real as many commenters have demonstrated.1:45 AM