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Does Anyone Really Care if we Tortured Terrorists to Save Lives?

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Does Anyone Really Care if we Tortured Terrorists to Save Lives?

Posted on December 9, 2014. Tags: Al Qaeda, Colin Powell, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, torture

When I first read the headlines I thought, how awful! Then I realized the it said Terrorists not Tourists.

My bad.

Having visited the London Dungeon a few years ago,  I would have really loved to have seen some of the implements of torture used on people like Bin Laden or Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Bamboo under the fingernails is too good for these murderers.

Now if the war with Al Qaeda were with a country that had signed the Geneva Convention and mutual safety of prisoners was an issue, I would say lock them up, feed them and treat them with respect.

But when wars are fought against terrorists, then they are not really wars. How we treat our prisoners does not reflect on how our prisoners are treated. Sometimes the fear of torture is enough to make a prisoner talk. That is now off the table now that the Democrats have released a document claiming we mistreated prisoners under George W. Bush. (And it is funny that the only one the document didn’t blame was Colin Powell. Imagine that.)

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If you are squeamish you may want to turn your eyes away as you read this.

We deprived them of sleep and tightly controlled their food intake.

And the lefties go wild!!!!

Seriously, guys. Beat the crap out of them for any information you can get and then shoot them in the head.

And while you are torturing these people, it wouldn’t hurt to hang a picture or two on the wall of beheaded Americans and Christian children at the hands of these inhuman creatures.

Al Qaeda and ISIS are laughing so hard they are wetting their pants. Sad thing is, some of those on the left would consider that torture as well.

No mercy.

https://www.varight.com/news/does-anyone-really-care-if-we-tortured-terrorists-to-save-lives/

9 thoughts on “Does Anyone Really Care if we Tortured Terrorists to Save Lives?

  1. Firstly, I am convinced that the report was both politically-motivated in its content, its timing, and its actual creation. However, what really irks me about it is the expected outraged reaction from the Left.

    Answer me this. Why is it that Obama is praised to the fullest in ordering the killing of Bin Laden, but Bush is painted as the devil for signing off on enhanced interrogation? Before you answer that, realize that no-one was killed during what was effectively the roughing-up of prisoners who otherwise would not divulge information they were holding back. Now as for the attack on Bin Laden (which I actually have no problem with), this was accomplished whereby we illegally entered a sovereign country, and killed not just the target, but other members of the target’s family and entourage. Where’s the Left’s outrage at this?

  2. No outrage because no one gave a shit about Bin Laden his family and cohorts.

  3. I have no sympathy for terrorists who fly planes into buildings killing innocent people or beheading others.
    Waterboarding is nothing. Maybe string them up by their private parts?

  4. nope, no way , fuck them.


  5. Anonymous:

    No outrage because no one gave a shit about Bin Laden his family and cohorts.

    But do you have a problem with enhanced interrogations?

  6. The whole world laughing.
    Especially ISIL, PUTIN and CHINA.
    Our children will not stand a chance of surviving never mind succeeding in this world while this Country is controlled by a bunch of politically correct, liberal morons who believe in fairness and income distribution for all.

  7. We want it all. We greedy Americans. We want to invade foreign countries for oil . Then when we are attacked we want to torture the perpetrators and capture them as fast as we can.

    Don’t Mess With Texas. Remember.

    And then when the job is done, we greedy Americans complain about how the perpetrators were dealt with.

    I guess advertising has won. Their motto is: make sure everyone has a feeling of constant dissatisfaction and is always looking for the next product or idea or the next new thing, concrete or mental.

  8. No outrage, because no one was tortured.


  9. Anonymous:

    We want it all. We greedy Americans. We want to invade foreign countries for oil . Then when we are attacked we want to torture the perpetrators and capture them as fast as we can.
    Don’t Mess With Texas. Remember.
    And then when the job is done, we greedy Americans complain about how the perpetrators were dealt with.
    I guess advertising has won. Their motto is: make sure everyone has a feeling of constant dissatisfaction and is always looking for the next product or idea or the next new thing, concrete or mental.

    Do your parents know that you are using their computer?

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