posted on Jul, 21 2008 @ 08:25 AM
I was just reading an article relating to torture of suspected terrorists and something occurred to me. Assuming that things such as 9/11, al Qaeda,
terror bombings outside of the USA, and the "war on terror" in general are, for the most part, manufactured by the people holding the strings of the
puppets, then what exactly is all of this business with torture and detainment of terror suspects really about?
Furthermore, if all of that stuff is manufactured, and the people detaining "terror suspects" know that, what is really going on in these prisons?
What is the point of torturing them, questioning them, etc., if the people in charge know full well that they will garner no new intel?
Is it all a big facade created to fool the sheeple into thinking that the governments are indeed fighting terror?
And assuming there is some nasty stuff going on, which is pretty safe to do considering the testimony that comes out of places like Gitmo, what are
they trying to accomplish by torturing people with no valuable knowledge about terror?
Could it be that there is something else, unrelated to terrorism, that these people have knowledge of?
I'm very interested in the thoughts of others on this. I know it assumes that you buy into the big conspiracy picture, but hopefully that won't
hinder a bit of discussion.