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NY Times; Bush + Cheney should be prosecuted for crimes of torture.

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The evidence has been in the public arena for a long time,but why has it taken so long for MSM to acknowledge it? http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/22/opinion/prosecute-torturers-and-their-bosses.html
Posted by Arjay, Friday, 9 January 2015 6:58:05 PM
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Answer - Look who controls the media.
Also it took till now because the media rely on politicians for stories, etc also.
The IRS, CIA, FCC and hundreds of other Government agencies can make life very hard for people and to appease the politicians they will do it.
It is something like nearly all the media (MSM) in America is in the hand of 6 companies.
Time Warner
Walt Disney
Viacom
News Corporation
CBS Corporation
NBC Universal
Posted by Philip S, Saturday, 10 January 2015 1:31:53 AM
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Philip s. Bush and Obama should also to tried for destroying the US constitution. There are a whole litany of crimes that need to be investigated and 911 is the big one.

Why MSM is raising this now seems strange when they have ignored so many wrongs and continue to do so. Perhaps they want to have some semblance of credibility as they are losing readership rapidly.
Posted by Arjay, Saturday, 10 January 2015 10:00:31 AM
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Dick Cheney is feeling the pressure. http://countercurrentnews.com/2015/01/dick-cheney-has-protesters-arrested-at-demonstration-outside-of-his-house/
Posted by Arjay, Sunday, 11 January 2015 11:09:16 AM
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Dear Arjay,

Do you really believe that Bush and or Cheney will
ever be called to account for their actions?
Look at history.

Both the Nazis and the Communists
had committed unheard of cruelties. Concentration
camps on both sides of the front operated at a high
pitch prior to and during the war years.

While half of the criminals, the Nazis, have been
pursued all over the world for their crimes, the
other half, the communist criminals were allowed to go
free. In fact they sat as judges in the trials at
Nuremberg.

They were, in effect, given tacit
permission to continue the operation of their
concentration camps, to expand their draconian systems
to include psychiatric wards, thereby raising torture,
suppression, and murder to a science. The fact that
the process persisted was vividly disclosed to the
free world by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn in his book,
"The Gulag Archipelago."

I very much doubt whether Bush and Cheney will ever
be called to account for anything.

Between 1944 and 1947 the Western Allies handed over
to Stalin more than two million Soviet citizens, some
of whom had been serving under German command, and who
had surrendered to Field Marshall Alexander's forces
advancing into Austria from Italy. At the same time,
many thousands of anti-Communist Yugoslavs, refugees or
members of military and para-military units, were
similarly handed over to Tito's partisans. Both categories
were either summarily or eventually slaughtered, often
in circumstances of extreme cruelty.

The major part of this story was told by Nikolai Tolstoy
in his 1978 best-selling work, "Victims of Yalta."
However, in this book there was one incident - the handing
over of some 40,000 Cossacks and White Russians, including
many women and children which perplexed Tolstoy and led
him on the journey of historical detection and resulted in
another book, "The Minister and the Massacres."

Tolstoy was involved in a court-case - which he lost,
and was bankrupted as a result.

Therefore I very much doubt a different result in the case
of the US.
Posted by Foxy, Sunday, 11 January 2015 12:48:43 PM
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Foxy I agree. Bush,Cheney, Obama ,Rumsfeld,Gillard won't be prosecuted in our life time because they have the dirt on a whole host of other people of power including judges and politicians whom they will take down with them if they go down.

The West has become totally corrupt like the Roman Empire and has no moral compass but I like to highlight a spark of conscience in our MSM which Gerald Celente nick named "the pressitutes"
Posted by Arjay, Sunday, 11 January 2015 4:54:16 PM
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