Sudan vs Gitmo: will the real global war criminal please stand down?

So all we’ve heard about for the past five years is how concerned people are about the conditions of the prisoners being held in Guantanamo.  Regardless of how you feel about the war in Iraq, or President Bush, or what party you belong to, or whether you believe the prisoners held in Gitmo are guilty or not, I think all Americans pretty much agree that we are not a nation that treats prisoners like animals.  And we don’t.

President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of Sudan at the Arab League summit in Doha, Qatar, on Monday. - By MICHAEL SLACKMAN and ROBERT F. WORTH NYTimes

President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of Sudan at the Arab League summit in Doha, Qatar, on Monday. - By MICHAEL SLACKMAN and ROBERT F. WORTH NYTimes


Fortunately, to prove that we don’t, many reporters have gone to Guantanamo Bay and verified the proper treatment of the prisoners there.  Unfortunately, these reports are not the ones that get the most air time.

Running parallel to this entire scenario is the extremely abhorrent, entirely public and openly genocidal crimes of the Islamic dictator of Sudan, Omar Al-Bashir.  The only thing that should be more shocking to you than the fact that this Islamic dictator is directly responsible for killing over 300,000 people, is the fact that his name is not a household name!  Why is he not making headlines on the NYT each week?  Why do the people at MSNBC not even seem to be aware that he exists?

Have We Forgotten?

Have We Forgotten?

While un-popular mainstream media outlet shops like NYT and MSNBC  prop up their lascivious mannequins to droll on about Obama’s wit and sex appeal, and how much we need ‘change’, they seem to consistently fail to address any news worth reporting.  It mystifies me that they think so little of their audience.  They actually believe that their audience is so enamored with their own news persona, that no matter what they report, the audience will love them.  The arrogance is, frankly, repugnant.

Lynne Jones - Terrorist Sympathiser

Lynne Jones - Terrorist Sympathiser


As long as we as a nation are willing to sit back and tolerate the harassment of our own political leaders who are protecting our sovereignty and safety, while global perpetrators not only remain free to roam the planet, but are greeted with hugs everywhere they go, we risk national extinction.

Wall Street Journal article discusses the juxtaposition.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123862893394280417.html

Africa Routers reports on Chavez rant, but since this print, the DEMS have gotten on board with Chavez.
http://af.reuters.com/article/topNews/idAFJOE52U0NI20090331

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~ by Bill Newman on May 1, 2009.

One Response to “Sudan vs Gitmo: will the real global war criminal please stand down?”

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