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Thursday, June 14, 2007
A couple weeks ago U.S. forces raided an al-Qaeda safe house/torture chamber in Iraq. Besides finding (and freeing) several grateful [emphasis added] Iraqi captives, which included a 13 year old child, the soldiers recovered an illustrated al-Qaeda “how-to” manual on torture. The manual depicted colorful and detailed illustrations of al-Qaeda’s subtle coercion techniques such as blowtorch to the skin, eye removal, dismemberment with meat cleavers and wire cutters, electric drill, and the ever popular “drag-a-guy-behind-a-fast-moving-car-technique.” Al-Qaeda’s subdued and humane torture methods are in stark contrast to the draconian and inhuman techniques utilized by American interrogators at Guantanamo Bay. After interviewing Majid Khan, an al-Qaeda operative imprisoned at Guantanamo who was allegedly planning to conduct terrorist operations inside the U.S., the staunchly pro-American BBC exposed U.S. torture methods so horrific and perverse that this author was shocked into apoplexy. These ghastly methods included giving Mr. Khan the wrong prescription glasses, forcing him to shave his beard, and denying him access to the recreation yard. And if that inhumanity was not enough to satisfy the bloodlust of American servicemen, Mr. Khan was forced to play with an under-inflated ball. And finally, the BBC exposed a U.S. torture technique so appalling and atrocious that decorum nearly prevented me from reporting on it. It is a torture method straight out of the bowels of Dante’s Eight Circle of Hell…sniff…sniff…sniff…I’m sorry….give me a minute…sniff…..Mr. Khan….sniff, sniff…..Mr. Khan was forced to use cheap unscented soap.

I’m not making this up. I’m not that creative. This is not a joke. BBC News actually ran the pathetic whiner Khan’s story on May 15, 2007. If you don’t believe me, go to and see for yourself. Although the al-Qaeda torture chamber story came out just a week after BBC’s sniveling Khan story, the BBC found no need to report real torture because it would not serve their leftist, anti-America agenda. Such hypocrisy is not reserved for the BBC. To my surprise and their credit, CNN and Fox News did give limited coverage of the al-Qaeda torture chamber raid. But over two weeks after the story was released, neither ABC, CBS, NBC, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, The L.A. Times, nor The Washington Post has run a story with the photos of this appalling evidence of al-Qaeda perversion and evil. Oh, and what was the vehemently anti-American and anti-Israel HUMAN RIGHTS organization known as Amnesty International’s reaction? zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…….crickets chirping……. Instead of denouncing al-Qaeda, just a few days ago, this avowedly leftist organization renewed its demand that the U.S. shut down Guantanamo. What about the morbidly obese, degenerate ghoul that used to be on The View? What’s its face? Oh yeah, Rosie O’Donnell. What was its reaction? A big fat donut, as in zero, nada. Instead, very shortly after the al-Qaeda story broke, it posted a video on its website where it and its apparent mate talked about, among other hate America topics, the atrocities of Abu Ghraib.

Abu Ghraib? Compared to the al-Qaeda torture chamber(s), Abu Ghraib, with its semi-nude human dog piles and underwear-on-the head shenanigans, was akin to a drunken frat prank. Yet the media, here and abroad, covered the Abu Ghraib “scandal” ad absurdum. In case you forgot how nauseating the coverage was and if you think I may be exaggerating, I invite the reader to do a Google Search on the words “Abu Ghraib.” I did. Google came up with ONE MILLION FIVE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY THOUSAND hits. Moreover, just a few days ago at the “Presidential Forum on Faith, Values, and Poverty” Sheik Barack Hussein Obama, when asked about “evil” in the world pointed out as examples September 11, Guantanamo, and Abu Ghraib. (I won’t even get into the fact that on the topic of evil Sheik Barack Hussein Obama mentioned September 11 and Abu Ghraib in the same breath).

Was Abu Ghraib American servicemen at their finest? (Perverted devotees of weird softcore gay porn don’t answer that question). Of course not. Did Abu Ghraib deserve the hysterical 24/7 coverage it received. Hell no. Abu Ghraib = frat prank. Al-Qaeda torture chamber(s) = unimaginable horror. To say the media’s coverage of Abu Ghraib was massively disproportionate compared to the coverage given to the al-Qaeda torture chamber raid would be an understatement, even though the images from al-Qaeda’s torture chamber were far more disturbing, shocking and attention-grabbing than anything that came out of the Abu Ghraib scandal. So why the media’s blatant silence? It’s because the media is dominated by Leftist, Effete, American-hating, Cowardly Hypocrites (hereinafter LEACHes). Their silence on al-Qaeda exposes them as the dangerous hypocrites they truly are. If they sincerely cared about human rights and the welfare of their fellow man, they would have covered the al-Qaeda torture story with the same passion as they did with Abu Ghraib. But not only did the Leach media not cover it with the same intensity, the Leach media didn’t cover it all. This deafening silence shows the Leaches could give a flying f*** about human rights. Their self-righteous anger over Abu Ghraib was a complete fraud. What Abu Ghraib was for them was an excuse to attack their main enemy – the United States. Worse than that, however, is that the Leach media’s silence about al-Qaeda’s torture chamber(s) is tantamount to a cover-up. The Leach media did not want the American public to see the pure evil that is al-Qaeda because that might stiffen the American public’s resolve in support of the war, and hey, may even lead to an American victory. The Leaches desperately want America to lose the war. They want to see America humbled to its knees. To the Leaches, a seriously weakened America will not be able to act unilaterally. To the Leaches, a weak America will be forced to act in concert with the United Nations and/or the European Union who supposedly share all the same common, socialist, utopian goals for the betterment of all mankind. This is a laudable goal, but somehow I don’t think the Muslims, China and Russia will be acting like Sweden anytime soon.
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