posted on Apr, 10 2008 @ 04:43 PM
The memo that states Al Qaeda is not entitled to the protections of the Geneva Convention is signed by George Bush (with his unique illegible
Despite all their denials and obfuscation, George Bush authorized treatment of prisoners that would not be consistent with Geneva. Given subsequent
events, it would seem that George W. Bush authorized war crimes.
The next question is why? And why apply it so broadly that it was bound to get out and cause public disgust - i.e., Abu Grahib? Was it to enable
Bush to show the American people that he doesn't care what we think, because he's the decider? Was it psychological warfare? Was it to give all
the Nazis absorbed into the CIA after WWII another group of people to conduct experiments on?
What's your take on this little gem?
[edit on 10-4-2008 by AWingAndASigh]