A Prisoner of the U.S. Guantanamo Bay – Torture Chamber


A place where the United States finds any justification to oppose terror upon a people they name as terrorists (with little to no proof). This country’s last two presidents – Bush who opened these doors & Obama who kept them closed with prisoner’s who had no charges brought upon or fair trial show face to lack of conscious.

A prisoner kept a diary and has a story to tell.

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“The Trials of Muhammad Ali”: Boxing Champ’s Refusal to Serve in Vietnam Was The Fight of His Life

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Democracy Now excerpts from the documentary that examines the struggle Muhammad Ali faced in his conversion to Islam, his refusal to fight in Vietnam, and the years of exile that followed before his eventual return to the ring. Ali is considered the greatest boxer in the history of sports. When he refused to be drafted into the military and filed as a conscientious objector, he was sentenced to prison and stripped of his heavyweight title. He appealed his case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court and did not go to prison, but he was forced to wait four years before regained his boxing license.

This Black Man did not see himself fighting a war for a country which did not care about his well-being. The United States was built on racism, sexism and classism. My people, Blacks were not considered human and still to this day are oppressed by this so-called great country’s inhabitants | leaders.

Why would a Black Man | Woman | Non-Caucasian person want to fight a war for people’s who are their oppressor…? Not I.

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Egypt is a Police State: Senior Muslim Brotherhood Member Condemns New Mass Death Sentence for 628

http://www.democracynow.org/2014/4/30/egypt_is_a_police_state_senior

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Senator Patrick Leahy of Vermont has announced plans to block $650 million in military aid to Egypt after an Egyptian court sentenced to death 683 alleged supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, including the group’s spiritual leader Mohamed Badie. Leahy, who chairs the Senate subcommittee that oversees foreign aid, described the judicial proceedings as a “sham trial.” Leahy’s announcement comes a week after the Obama administration said it would ease the suspension of military aid to Egypt that followed the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi last year. In another controversial move, an Egyptian court has banned the April 6 movement, a pro-democracy group that played a key role in the popular uprising that ousted Hosni Mubarak in 2011. We get an update on these developments live from Cairo with Democracy Now! correspondent Sharif Abdel Kouddous. We also speak with Mohamed Soudan, the exiled Foreign Relations Secretary of the Freedom and Justice Party, the political wing of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Issues w| military sexual assualt – How It Is pushed under the rug

Reports via democracynow.org

The Senate is poised to vote soon to make sweeping changes in the way the military handles complaints of sexual assault. Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand of New York has said 46 senators — 38 Democrats and eight Republicans — support her proposal to remove the power to decide whether to try sexual assault cases from the military chain of command and put it in the hands of an independent military prosecutor. Last week, the Pentagon revealed that sexual assault in the military increased by 46 percent in the past fiscal year. In total, more than 3,500 sexual assaults were reported from last October through June, compared to roughly 2,400 over the same period the previous year. Pentagon officials claim the spike shows more victims are coming forward. But sexual assaults are still dramatically underreported in military ranks; a recent survey estimated 26,000 people were sexually assaulted in 2011 alone. We are joined by Amy Ziering, producer of the Oscar-nominated film “The Invisible War,” which interviews veterans from multiple branches of the U.S. military about their experience of being assaulted.

IN SUCH A WORLD WHERE MALE DOMINANCY, MATRIACRHY IS PART OF MANKIND AND HAS MOLDED OUR PRESENT DAY. WOMEN ARE SEXUALLY ABUSED EVERY DAY, AND OUR MILITARY KEEPS THESE ASSAULTS SECRET WITH NO OR LITTLE PUNISHEMENT TO THE MEN WHO COMMIT THESE SEX CRIMES. WHAT DOES THAT SAY ABOUT OUR GOVERNMENT, ABOUT OUR WORLD, ABOUT WHAT MEN REALLY THINK OF WOMEN…?

IT SAYS THAT WE ARE LOOKED AT AS JUST VESSELS FOR THE PLEASING OF MALES. THERE IS AN ISSUE WITH WHAT IS BEING TAUGHT TO YOUNG BOYS AND MEN. THEY THINK WHEN A WOMAN SAYS NO, IT HOLDS NO STANCE WHEN IN THE PLACE OF TAUGHT MALE SEXUAL SUPREMACY.

I STAND W| MY FELLOW WOMEN WHEN I SAY NO! YOU MAY NOT HAVE ME, YOU MAY NOT TAKE ME, YOU MAY NOT ROB ME.

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Bradley Manning – US hero to be seen in the eyes of civilians

Bradley Manning - US hero to be seen in the eyes of civilians

A Military judge found Bradley Manning guilty most of the 21 of the criminal counts, not guilty of the “Aiding the Enemy charge”. Who is Bradley Manning? He is a US Army intelligence analyst who released the COLLATERAL MURDER video which shows the killing of unarmed civilians & two Reuters journalists by a US Apache helicopter crew in Iraq. Manning also shared documents known as the Afghan War Diary, the Iraq War Logs, and series of embarrassing US diplomatic cables. These documents were published by the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks, and they have illuminated such issues as the true number and cause of civilian casualties in Iraq, along with a number of human rights abuses by U.S.-funded contractors and foreign militaries, and the role that spying and bribes play in international diplomacy. Given the war crimes exposed by these documents, PFC Bradley Manning should be given a medal of honor.

Remember, wars used to be televised on the news until the US did not want people to know the ugly truths of war & the atrocities that occurred by the hands of our beloved country. Torture, rape, death and lies are the duties of the US Army. Would you want your son or daughter to enlist in order to carry the crimes with punishment which should follow of our government? Any person who is able to kill an innocent life, torture of person (mentally & physically), and rape (men appointing their patriarch stance) should be punished upon the laws of humanitarianism (But of course, that is not the way of our country. An attempted façade only those who seek the truth may see thru)…. Bradley Manning, Edward Snowden are the heroes who jeopardized their lines for the sake of the public, so that we may know what our government throws a cloak over in order to carry out it’s corporate agenda.

Corporate agenda meaning a large number of our politicians were and are CEO’s of major US corporations who have bought their way into the judicial system. Our so-called Democratically system is funded by corporations who pay high dollar to lobbyists in order to have a seat in the most expensive chairs of government.

This country started off by murder & the enslavement peoples, it has continued to be a country fueled by elitism and the trampling of those denied entry to a better opportunity.

Don’t be fooled by the concealment via mass media.

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