by seven Saturday, May 16 2009, 10:32pm
social equality/unity /
The universe came into BEING for LOVE’S sake; for love’s sake it continues forever.
Would those that hate continue to divide, LIE, murder and destroy, or hope to prevail against the INFINITE power that saturates all existence?
Every being is UNIQUE but related by kind. No one has the right to impose their views/values or prescribe behaviours on/for another. No one is above or below another – we are each SOVEREIGN Beings, EQUAL by virtue of the fact we are ALL CREATED. We observe the LAW of LOVE Only. Widely is that known!
The LAW is LOVE; there is no other Law!
Follow your course, NEVER the course of another. Those who lead [others] are as foolish as those that follow; both are enslaved in misery and delusion. YOUR WILL and only YOUR WAY pursue; therein lies fulfilment.
There are no Gods but man; ALL Gods have been created by man; are not the created secondary to their creator?
We shine as stars and move FREELY across a borderless earth. We reject the LIES of murderers and thieves; so EASILY are they known!
In LOVE we move and in JOY we create. We are ONE – One UNDIVIDED, heterogeneous HUMAN FAMILY; limitless POWER and AWARENESS lies therein!
‘We are ONE’ is the salutation of a new age; and that AGE is NOW!
But for a single exception NEVER KILL another; the exception applies to those that would forcibly enslave and order you to kill others. Direct your weapons at those that supplied them; ALL wars are thereby eradicated.
Comrades, Brothers and Sisters, WE are ONE!
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New US commander in Afghanistan was Cheney's chief assassin
by staff report via reed - Press TV Saturday, May 16 2009, 11:51pm
Seymour Hersh says that Dick Cheney headed a secret assassination wing and the head of the wing has just been named as the new commander in Afghanistan.
In an interview with GulfNews on May 12, 2009 Pulitzer prize-winning American investigative journalist, Seymour Hersh, said that there is a special unit called the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) that does high-value targeting of men that are known to be involved in anti-American activities, or are believed to be planning such activities.
According to Hersh, the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) was headed by former US vice president Dick Cheney and the former head of JSOC, Lieutenant General Stanley McChrystal who has just been named the new commander in charge of the war in Afghanistan.
McChrystal, a West Pointer who became a Green Beret not long after graduation, following a stint as a platoon leader in the 82nd Airborne Division, is currently director of Staff at the Pentagon, the executive to Joint staff to the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Most of what General McChrystal has done over a 33-year career remains classified, including service between 2003 and 2008 as commander of the Joint Special Operations Command, an elite unit so clandestine that the Pentagon for years refused to acknowledge its existence.
On July 22, 2006, Human Rights Watch issued a report titled "No blood, no foul" about American torture practices at three facilities in Iraq. One of them was Camp Nama, which was operated by the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), under the direction of then Major General Stanley McChrystal.
McChrystal was officially based at Fort Bragg in North Carolina, but he was a frequent visitor to Camp Nama and other Special Forces bases in Iraq and Afghanistan where forces under his command were based.
An interrogator at Camp Nama known as Jeff described locking prisoners in shipping containers for 24 hours at a time in extreme heat; exposing them to extreme cold with periodic soaking in cold water; bombardment with bright lights and loud music; sleep deprivation; and severe beatings.
When he and other interrogators went to the colonel in charge and expressed concern that this kind of treatment was not legal, and that they might be investigated by the military's Criminal Investigation Division or the International Committee of the Red Cross, the colonel told them he had "this directly from General McChrystal and the Pentagon that there's no way that the Red Cross could get in."
In the July 2, 2006 report, When Human Rights Watch asked whether the interrogator knew whether the colonel was receiving orders or pressures to use the abusive tactics, Jeff said that his understanding was that there was some form of pressure to use aggressive techniques coming from higher up the chain of command; however neither he nor other interrogators were briefed on the particular source.
"We really didn't know too much about it. We knew that we were only like a few steps away in the chain of command from the Pentagon, but it was a little unclear, especially to the interrogators who weren't really part of that task force."
The interrogator said that he did see Gen. Stanley McChrystal, commander of US Joint Special Operations forces in Iraq, visiting the Nama facility on several occasions. "I saw him a couple of times. I know what he looks like."
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is the international body charged under international law with monitoring compliance with the Geneva Conventions, and it, therefore, has the right to inspect all facilities where people are detained in a country that is at war or under military occupation.
To hide prisoners or facilities from the ICRC or to deny access to them is a serious war crime. But many US prisons in Iraq have held "ghost" prisoners whose imprisonment has not been reported to the ICRC, and these "ghosts" have usually been precisely the ones subjected to the worst torture. Camp Nama, run by McChrystal's JSOC, was an entire "ghost" facility.
The decision by Obama's administration to appoint General McChrystal as the new commander in charge of the war in Afghanistan and retaining the military commission for the US war-on-terror detainees held in the Guantanamo Bay prison are the latest examples of the new US administration walking in Bush's foot steps with regards to torture and denial of habeas corpus.
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