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Sunday, April 29, 2012

Is the U.S. using sexual humiliation to control the masses?

Posted by Justin Jeffre

In this article Naomi Wolf describes the U.S. governments horrifying new power to strip off your clothes if you are arrested for a minor offense. She has been arguing that that the U.S. keeps becoming more and more of a fascist state and this is just another example of that.

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  1. .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) says:

    Tonight on Sixty Minutes, the Nazi who was in charge of much of the questioning at Gitmo, was justifying the need for torturing prisoners during interrogations. I thought I was in Russia.

    I would like to see Babara Bush water boarded and see what her two-bit son would have to say.

    I wonder why the interviewer in the Sixty Minutes piece never asks these fascists what they would think if it were there own family member were to be subjected to their torture.
    I think it is time to rid the supreme court of the five old fascist bastards.

  2. Anon says:

    This is hardly only a Bush thing - congressional leaders from both sides of the aisle were informed and apporved of the measures despite their recent denials and attempts to distance themselves from any responsibility. From my perspective I am not convinced that Drone attacks are a better choice.  At least the Gitmo folks are still alive.

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