Saturday, September 11, 2010

Binocular Snapshot for 9/11/2010

LastDayWatchers today is the day Manasseh look back on that day

9/11 Remembered

Overseen by the Pawn of Satan George W Bush

"It was inexcusable for 19 men to defeat our defenses and almost take out the Pentagon."

"We are still paying the rent on that day, As a result"


"Bush led the nation into two or three unwinnable wars: Afghanistan, Iraq, and a "global war on terrorism." These trillion dollar wars burnt our 1990s barn harvest. They are the shadows stalking the dismal economy now"


make no mistake, along with a host of secret shadowy government programs. Talk about overkill, literally. In the region where war was supposed to be swift—Afghanistan—we are sending door-to-door killers from the Army's elite Special Forces to take out suspected members of the Taliban in the longest war in American history"


"Just a reminder: Bush was specifically warned in late August, 2001, that just such a thing would happen"


"He was on vacation on his Texas ranch and replied rudely to his intelligence briefer. He did not get a bit of blame from the American public, numb with grief and shock. Few knew that truth would become the first casualty of war when weapons of mass destruction (alleged in an ancient land where Bush had a score to settle) was given as the reason to avenge the September 11 attacks."


"giving a green light to un-American spying and torture methods. We also let little civil liberties get away without a fight"


"like the right to keep our shoes and socks on at airports and the right to walk up the shining steps of the Supreme Court and enter through the front door. "Homeland security" entered our lexicon as an unlovely phrase that points to something amiss within the walls of our hearts and minds"

And continued by current powers

"It is hard to reconcile the sweeping ambition of candidate Obama with the cautious baby-steps taken by the man who holds that office today"

"Guantánamo Bay is not closed; the US is no closer to developing a consistent policy on trying terrorist suspects in a court of law; and the dialogue with the Muslim world has sputtered out after his Cairo speech. Worse still, President Obama has preserved some of the most misguided aspects of the Bush administration's approach to al-Qaida while defending the culture of secrecy that permitted its worse abuses – like torture and extraordinary rendition – to flourish"


"Only days ago, the Obama administration defended in court the right of the CIA to conduct extraordinary renditions on terrorist suspects, which permits American officials to kidnap foreign citizens and secretly transfer them to third countries for interrogation. It has promised to insist on "diplomatic assurances" from its partners that torture will not be used, but these are, at best, unenforceable, and at worst, disingenuous. Those alleging mistreatment, the Obama administration has now argued, cannot be allowed to sue in civilian courts for fear of endangering national security.


Also against its campaign promises, the Obama administration has sought to block efforts to restore the rights of habeas corpus to detained suspects in foreign countries, thus entitling the US government to hold these suspects indefinitely in foreign jails or black sites without due process rights. This is in direct contravention to a supreme court ruling in 2008, which restored habeas corpus rights to prisoners held in Guantánamo Bay. Rather than seizing the opportunity to push for new and creative legislation and policies to deal with the legal black holes created by his predecessor, President Obama has quietly continued these policies – all the while brushing off calls for accountability for Bush administration officials who initiated these misguided practices.


But perhaps more seriously, it has also left much of President Bush's framing of the problem virtually intact. Because of this neglect, the American public still conceives of terrorism in the terms set by George W Bush


"I in his two years in office, President Obama has squandered the opportunity to redefine the problem of terrorism in a way that makes a clear break from the conceptual approach of his predecessor."

Manasseh ought to listen instead of remembering!

"I believe in an America that says to the world that we are a loving and generous people and if a bunch of murderers steal your religion from you and use it as their excuse to kill 3,000 souls, then I want to help you get your religion back. And I want to put it at the spot where it was stolen from you"

Because the failure will continue to mount up for all of Israel (lost & found)

British soldier dies from Afghanistan wounds

"The soldier, from 2nd Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, was shot in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand province on 23 August. He died yesterday at the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham and his family have been informed, the Ministry of Defence has said.


He had been serving as part of 1st Battalion the Royal Gurkha Rifles Battle Group in Combined Force Nahr-e Saraj (South)"


"There have been 335 British soldiers killed since the invasion of Afghanistan in 2001"

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