The Guantanamo psyop

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I must listen if you want to hear the comedy that is the Guantanamo psyop.

My guess is that this is a simulated prison. It probably has no prisoners but prisoner stories. Stories are easier to house and maintain. They can do whatever you want whenever you want to scare the general populace and enemy.
At Guantanamo Bay, our government initially claimed that prisoners should not be covered by habeas—or even by the Geneva Conventions—because they’re the most fearsome enemies we have. But is that true? Is it a camp full of terrorists, or a camp full of our mistakes?…

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  1. xileffilex

    And so that future generations will never forget the “truth” about Guantanmo, we have the digital archive which historians and educators will be able to tap into….…
    Mark Denbeaux and Jonathan Hafetz, co-editors of the book based on these documents, The Guantánamo Lawyers: Inside a Prison Outside the Law, are motivated by a vision. They plan to collect and organize a wide-ranging body of primary-source materials that will tell the story of what happened at Guantánamo and preserve these materials for future generations.

    Together with Michael Nash, director of New York University’s Tamiment Library, they have embarked on a project to document, preserve, and make accessible the legal records and human stories of the Guantánamo Bay Detention Center.

    The Guantánamo Bay Detention Center Archive is collecting records from attorneys who have defended Guantánamo detainees and other detainees held outside the law, including texts, visual documentation (photographs, film, and video), and oral histories from lawyers and former detainees. As these materials are gathered and processed, they will be integrated into this site.

    Wonderful. Lest we forget….

  2. xileffilex

    Oh no, not another clip with the droning, gay sounding voice of Jon Ronson, later in the audio…

    I’ve long thought Guantanamo was another film studio.

    Some UK actors have passed through it….
    Five in 2007
    In 2017, reportedly 17 UK citzens have passed through the studios
    pocketing handsome fees for their acting work, over £1m per head.

    For instance….read this “story line”

    Bisher Al Rawi “not thought to have left the UK” [Lol![]
    Note the potato lens 9/11 style photo…

    Jamal al Harith [who] blew himself up [suuuuure] in Mosul on Monday [report Feb 22 2017]
    Born Ronald Fiddler in Manchester, released, [in 2004] went to Syria in 2014 [allegedly]

    Ronald Otis Fiddler did exist, born 1967 [Q1] with three siblings. The Manchester Evening News was curious in 2007
    Jamal Udeen is believed to be linked to Osama bin Laden’s terror network but 20 years ago he was known as Ronald Fiddler, a pupil at Moss Side’s Ducie High School.
    The 35-year-old [40 actually] computer designer was arrested by the Americans in Afghanistan and moved to the notorious detention centre in Cuba.
    He claims that he was an innocent tourist who was being held by the Taliban as a British spy when the Americans moved into Kandahar.
    His father Lloyd Fiddler, 62, of Moss Side, said: ”It breaks my heart and I am praying for him. I don’t know what I can do to help him. He’s not what they think he is.”

    Earlier this week, the so-called Islamic State terror group released a picture of a grinning al-Harith, 50 <sitting inside what appears to be his car bomb moments before his Mosul attack.
    His brother, Leon Jameson, **, [53] told The Times Al-Harith had ‘wasted his life’.
    “It is him, I can tell by his smile.”
    Jamal Al-Harith, [also] called himself Abu Zakariya al-Britani
    We notice that his lawyer, also getting a drink from this psy-op, was named Robert LIzAR

    ** the brother born in 1964 was named Brian G Fiddler

    Ex-Guantanmo “detainees” in a photo shoot for the intel controlled Guardian newspaper to be lapped up by the useful liberal idiots who read it and believe it……
    Guantanamo is a joke, period, its “detainees” are lifetime actors.

    And there are whole gatekeeping operations behind it e.g.
    The Rendition Project……
    funded by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council. Working closely with Reprieve , a legal action charity which has led the way in investigating secret prisons and representing victims of rendition and torture, the Rendition Project aims to bring together and analyse the huge amount of data on rendition and secret detention in the US-led ‘War on Terror’.

    We led the fight for access to the men held at Guantánamo, and were one of the very first organisations allowed inside. Since then, we have secured freedom for more than 80 men illegally detained without charge or trial – more than any other organisation.

    After 9/11, the US government systematically designed and implemented a programme of abducting and torturing terrorism suspects, before imprisoning them without due process in Guantánamo Bay. Reprieve’s Clive Stafford Smith was one of the three lawyers who demanded and successfully sued for access to the prison

    Cage Prisoners


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