[Intelforum] Rendition and U.S. Intelligence
antiluminous at msn.com
Tue Apr 25 14:21:57 EDT 2006
You have avoided the key points that I was making. Why did Amnesty
International conduct counterintelligence operations against the Central
Intelligence Agency's rendition program? Did an organization such as Amnesty
assist the Italian government in the unraveling of covert operations being
conducted against terrorists in Italy? Why did Amnesty International label
U.S. prisoner of war facilities "the gulags of our time", and yet
purposefully shield the real gulag archipelego in North Korea? Why were
North Korean citizens that were seeking to flee those perversions in the
North Korean state criticized by Amnesty for going to China, and recommended
to stay in North Korea? Why has Amnesty International made no mention of
pregnant North Korean women having their babies killed by North Korean
agents simply because the fathers of those babies were Chinese before the
North Korean women were repatriated back to North Korea (with Amnesty's
blessing). The Amnesty reports do, in fact, blame the victim.
The Korean War came about because Moaist and Leninist Communists wanted the
newly emerging United Nations to fail out of the starting gate. The North
Korean question must be resolved if globalization is to be credible, but
that is a subject of another debate.
Professor Alan Dershowitz understands the enemy the west faces in Jihad.
Professor Dershowitz is simply telling us that if you guarantee your enemy
immunity as your enemy kills your people without any just restraint, you are
surrendering to your enemy.
In Dahab, Sinai, 30 people were killed and over 100 were wounded by suicide
bombers. I have been to Dahab myself in the early 1990s, and if there was
ever a defenseless target, that was it. Now explain to me Mr. Erskine, that
if one of those suicide bombers was captured before the attack, why the
terrorist would not be a candidate for interrogation. I say that because I
completely disagree with your thesis that we should respect these terrorists
because to do so is to go quietly into the night like the unsuspecting
tourists in Dahab at our own collective peril.
>From: Ralph Erskine <re33 at meltemi1.demon.co.uk>
>Reply-To: intelforum at his.com
>To: intelforum at his.com
>Subject: Re: [Intelforum] Rendition and U.S. Intelligence
>Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2006 19:43:49 +0100
>This is almost putting words in my mouth. Mr Farmer must have misread my
>post. I have not referred to this topic, and did not suggest that there is
>any such 'policy evidence'. Instead, I only referred to rendition to
>countries practising torture.
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