- Anyone who breaches the "allegiance" to President Bush may soon be treated as terrorist subject to possible arrest, torture and conviction in front of a military tribunal.
- Related: Waterboarding, the apparently currently used method of torture in the U.S. looks like this.
- Debian is going to rename Firefox.
- Homeland Security is going to monitor negative opinions of U.S. in foreign countries via
- According to this study, when given brief access to NEDAP voting machines at any time before the election, anyone can gain complete and virtually undetectable control over the election results.
- C.I.A.Chief warned Rice on Al Qaeda just before Sept. 11.
five comments, already:
So sad what just happened in USA. To allow the torture of people is… well, stupid I think.
bicunisa (link) - 08 10 06 - 07:24
The one about homeland security funding some monitoring software is some scary shit right there…I mean, our worse fears and crazy theories are becoming more official every day.
panoramix () - 08 10 06 - 11:55
Is torture really legal in the US? I find it hard to believe… I don’t really understand those articles.
Dan - 08 10 06 - 19:37
yes, it is, according to mr bush. they are actually using waterboarding now in the us, and if they believe the need even worse methods, they are doing that in one of their secret detention centers. That’s nothing invented, they already admitted all this.
katzuix - 09 10 06 - 07:51
Don’t worry fellows. We Americans are still fighting the good fight against these insane leaders. We made a mistake on voting these people in power. Forgive us. Keep praying or hoping for us, please.
blah - 10 10 06 - 03:56