Mini-Me: Guantanamo & New York — Two Sides of Criminal Insanity

04 Education, 11 Society, Academia, Civil Society, Cultural Intelligence, Government, Idiocy, IO Deeds of War, Military
Who?  Mini-Me?
Who? Mini-Me?

Huh?

Detainees, U.S. guards clash at Guantanamo Bay

Carlos Warner, a U.S. lawyer representing some of those detainees, told CNN late last month detainees have become increasingly frustrated with “very dire, dire conditions” and their sense that the current legal process leaves them in limbo indefinitely.

“It leaves them with the prospect of the only way we leave Guantanamo is death,” Warner said. “Unfortunately, I think the men are ready to embrace this.”

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Students Told to Take Viewpoint of the Nazis

“Your essay must be five paragraphs long, with an introduction, three body paragraphs containing your strongest arguments, and a conclusion,” the assignment read. “You do not have a choice in your position: you must argue that Jews are evil, and use solid rationale from government propaganda to convince me of your loyalty to the Third Reich!”

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Phi Beta Iota:  We are gravely concerned about the near-term prospects of the USA.  One third of the public is stupid, another third is criminal, and the last third has been marginalized.  Students (loaded with debt), workers (screwed out of jobs and now pensions), and veterans (discharged without hope, drugged for profit) are the coalition that is ready to explode.

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Graphic: Preconditions of Revolution in the USA Today