Welcome to the Hotel Gitmo

Just in case you believe “Convert or Die” is too strong and inflammatory, check this out at Richard Miniter’s blog (a quote from Mukhlas, the commander of the islamofascist cell that carried out the Bali bombings):

“You who still have a shred of faith in your hearts, have you forgotten that to kill infidels and the enemies of Islam is a deed that has a reward above no other… Aren’t you aware that the model for us all, the Prophet Mohammed and the four rightful caliphs, undertook to murder infidels as one of their primary activities, and that the Prophet waged jihad operations 77 times in the first 10 years as head of the Muslim community in Medina?”

And we are the ones who need to moderate our language when referring to people of Islam? In Gitmo, there are world_trade_center_second_jet_impact.jpg” Some 20 current detainees have direct personal knowledge of the 9/11 attacks and nearly everyone of the current 440 say they would honored to attack America again”, according to Miniter, who reports on a trip he took to Gitmo, in a NY Post article. Other than the fact that they are detained by fences with barbed wire, these murdering islamofascist thugs are essentially staying at a hotel for terrorists!

…Detainees are entitled to a full eight hours sleep and can’t be woken up for interrogations… Food is strictly halal and averages 4,200 calories per day. (The guards eat the same chow as the detainees, unless they venture to one of the on-base fast-food joints.) Most prisoners have gained weight…They enjoy three meals and five prayers per day, without interruption. They are entitled to a minimum of two hours of outdoor recreation per day…

Oh, and those interrogations that prisoners can’t be awakened for? Don’t worry, they won’t disturb the poor prisoners too much:

Interrogations are not video or audio taped, perhaps to preserve detainee privacy…

If you are concerned that interrogations will interfere with the prisoners prayers, don’t be:

interrogations are limited to four hours, usually running two – and (of course) are interrupted for prayers. One interrogator actually bakes cookies for detainees, while another serves them Subway or McDonald’s sandwiches. Both are available on base. (Filet o’ Fish is an al Qaeda favorite.)

And don’t worry about the prisoner’s ability to communicate with their fellow murdering islamofascist thugs:

…a multi-cell al Qaeda network has developed in the camp…Detainees use the envelopes sent to them by their attorneys to pass messages. (Some 1,000 lawyers represent 440 prisoners, all on a pro bono basis…

flagand-salutingsoldier.jpgHeavily involved in the “lawyering up” of the Hotel Gitmo prisoners is a group called the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR), whose president is Michael Ratner:

Ratner has been heavily involved in opposing Abu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuse and the Iraq War. In January, 2006, he served as an expert witness at a ‘tribunal‘ staged by the Bush Crimes Commission at Columbia University. He owns a baseball cap with the words “Guantanamo Bay Bar Association,” emblazoned on it; if such an association actually existed, according to the Washington Post, Ratner would be its dean.

We are also proteting their self-esteem:

The military isn’t allowed to call them “prisoners.” !!! (my exclamations)

Unbelievable, but absolutely true. But according to Senator (just not yet elected) President John McCain, we are being too harsh on the prisoners and must ease their life of pain. Gimme a break! The backstabbing Colin Powell is right there offering his condolences to the prisoner’s treatment. Whatever it takes to undermine George Bush, nevermind that they are step by step handing the country over to the islamofascists, just as the Neville Chamberlain led appeasers pre-WWII did.


Update to Convert or Die and Found in my Inbox: Found at Wikipedia, an article on the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Mohammad Amin al-Husayni. I’m going to get this stuff on separate reference pages soon, just in case it “disappears” on us.

Published in: on September 18, 2006 at 1:22 pm  Comments (6)