thesmokinggun.com posts a series of illustrations that he says came from an al-Qaeda torture manual seized by U.S. military officials in a recent raid on an safe house in Baghdad, Iraq. They “recovered an assortment of crude drawings depicting torture methods like “blowtorch to the skin” and “eye removal.” But this crude effort has DINFOS fingerprints all over it. Another sorry effort at failed psychological warfare by the real perpetrators of worldwide violence, Americans who than have the gall to continue to try and pin the blame on the other guy.
Culturally speaking, the work looks clearly American-made. The following two pustular gouaches put me in mind of the Texas dragging death of James Byrd Jr., 49 by three white, good-old-boys and the torturous force-feeding of strapped-down prisoners in Guantanamo.
That this false-flag public relations scam came out of the sick twisted minds of America’s all-volunteer fighting forces, I inferred from the red-hot clothes iron burns to skin!
Does the military leave such war-game branding on a defeated foe just for special forces, or is it used to toughen up the whole lot? And how can America claim to the world that she doesn’t torture, when those who partake in S.E.R.E. training regularly undergo waterboarding?
thesmokinggun shows us an image of torture tools that was captured along with the torture drawings. It looks a lot like the way my granddad set up his shop.When will we learn that violence no longer works? Neither does amateurish acting, and accusing others of our very own defects.
The pit of American evil is so deep in fact that bringing it into focus promises to be an excruciatingly painful experience. However, once our eyes open, there’s no turning back
I know in my heart and soul that Nick Berg’s Decapitation Video, was made by Americans in Abu Garab prison in Bhagdad fir the wg=9ioe.
So I asked a good first question