Friday, December 02, 2005

Cinderella Condi Rice Warns Europe To Shut Up About Torture (Bombing of Geneva will commence!)

By Elaine Meinel Supkis

Fed up by all the yap about the Geneva Conventions and secret CIA torture flights in Europe, Condi throws down the gauntlet and orders the Europeans to shut up or else. We lose more allies in Iraq. Condi buys more shoes in Paris. More people get tortured mercilessly. Victory, Sieg heil!

From Yahoo:
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is expected to give allies in Europe a response next week to their pressure over Washington's treatment of terrorism suspects: back off.

For almost a month, the United States has been on the defensive, refusing to deny or confirm media reports the United States has held prisoners in secret in Eastern Europe and transported detainees incommunicado across the continent.

The European Union has demanded that Washington address the allegations to allay fears of illegal U.S. practices. The concerns are rampant in among the European public and parliaments, already critical of U.S. prisoner-abuse scandals in Iraq and Guantanamo, Cuba.

But Rice will shift to offense when she visits Europe next week, in a strategy that has emerged in recent days and been tested by her spokesman in public and in her private meetings with European visitors.
Blair already lets her ride horsey on him and whip him. He loves the spiked bridle she uses. Since many rulers love to torture people, of course, it will now be declared OK if we run concentration camps and torture people, after all, we gave awards to the Nazis at the Nuremberg trials, didn't we? We said, "Hey, way to go! Teach me!"

Actually, we did that. We spirited away more than a few Nazi torturers to learn trade secrets which we apply, yes we do. We train others in the dark arts and heck, damn the cameras and internet, leaking out the dirty truth that America is one of the world's biggest violators of the Geneva Conventions.
She will remind allies they themselves have been cooperating in U.S. operations and tell them to do more to win over their publics as a way to deflect criticism directed at the United States, diplomats and U.S. officials said.

"It's very clear they want European governments to stop pushing on this," said a European diplomat, who had contact with U.S. officials over the handling of the scandals. "They were stuck on the defensive for weeks, but suddenly the line has toughened up incredibly," the diplomat said.
I love this "Ve haff vays off making you shut up," we are now applying to our former allies. And the Gauleiters we installed in Europe better whip their populace into line. Screaming, "9/11! You are all going to DIIIIEEE!" is their sole job. None of this namby-pamby Geneva Convention stuff!

It wouldn't surprize me to eavesdrop on Condi snarling that Lake Geneva is easy to locate from space and we can target our missiles to hit the UN human rights building there, yes, like al Jazeera! Boom!
There are signs Europe has already begun to get the message to ease up on the controversy.

Ahern said he accepted the U.S. word. Germany, whose foreign minister also pressed Rice this week during a visit, said it would wait patiently for a U.S. response.
Next, Condi will accuse China of torturing political prisoners and holding people without letting them go to trial in public...HAHAHA. Are they trying to kill us, making us laugh to death?


This is the master plan: to use our American muscleheads to threaten the world into submission just like we go around duct taping them mouths of Iraqis just for talking back. I remember early on in our illegal occuption of that country, kidnapping students who talked back and torturing them and taping their mouths. Yup. It worked like magic.

Now they are busy blowing us up and going around the world, telling everyone about our lovely all-American ways. Great. Winning hearts and minds is hard work if you use a bullwhip.

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Blogger Gothamimage said...

No need for a bullwhip for hearts and minds or body and soul.

On First Looking Into Fitzgerald's Indictment

A Pre-Emptive Poem (10-26-05)

Much have I witnessed the Scandal of Bush
And many awful lies and outrages seen;
Round many breaches have I been
Which bards in fealty to Republic hold.
Oft of one great Injury had I been told
That worried the Founders in repose;
Yet did I never see it so clear
Till I heard Fitzgerald speak out loud and bold:
Then I felt like some Justice on High
When a pure Truth comes into his view:
Or like Honest Abe when with wise eyes
He saved the Union - and all his men
Look'd at each other with great relief -
Silent, upon a stillness at Appomattox.

11:35 PM, December 02, 2005  

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