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US policy in Lebanon and in Palestine: A comparison.

US policy in Lebanon and in Palestine: A comparison. The US is opposed to unarmed demonstrations in Lebanon but supports armed demonstrations by Dahlan gangs in Palestine; the US does not deal with the president in Lebanon, and only deals with the president in Palestine; the US says that the Sanyurah government is democratically elected and should be supported, but opposes the democratically elected government in Palestine and calls for its punishment; the US calls for disarming of militias in Lebanon, but arms and finances militias in Palestine; the US is opposed to early elections in Lebanon, but supports early elections in Palestine; the US is opposed to a national unity government in Lebanon and also opposes one in Palestine--the idea of national unity bothers the US it seems; the US calls for Syria to not intervene in Lebanon but wants Syria to intervene in Palestine to support US/Israeli puppets; the US wants to punish assassins in Lebanon, but the US supports Israeli and Dahlan…
I have lost complete respect for Fattah. Fattah became the mouth piece of Israel, America and those people who imposed sanction against the Palestinians simply because they exercise their right in electing Hamas. Mahmoud Abbas is now officially accepting money from the enemy of Palestinian people in order to suppress them. He joined the Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Sinora and other Arab leaders accepting the humiliation of it is own people by occupiers and terrorists.

Police torture in Tennessee:

Practices perfected abroad -
Police torture in Tennessee: When Tennessee law enforcement officials showed up at the home of Lester Siler, who they suspected of drug use, they asked Lester's wife and son to leave. They didn't know that Lester's wife had turned on a tape recorder in the kitchen.

When Lester exercised his constitutional right not to sign a consent to search his house, these officers spent the next two hours torturing him. They beat him with bats and guns, held loaded guns to his head, threatened to shoot him, dunked his head in the toilet, burned him with lighters, attached his testicles to a battery charger, threatened to cut off his fingers, and threatened to "go get" his wife and take his child away from him. Then they arrested him for "evading arrest"."

You can hear nearly 40 minutes of the tape recording HERE.

Free Iraq

"By the way, what is the cost of these security guards, who are foreign mercenaries and whose average daily salary is $1,000 (for their blood is more expensive than Iraqi blood)?
278 members of parliament X 20 security guards each X $1,000 = $5,560,000 per day
37 ministers (11 of whom are shadow ministers, i.e. without any work) X 30 security guards X $1,000 = $1,100,000 per day
Hence, the total is $6,670,000 per day which comes to $2,473,520,000 per year (there are no holidays for security, you see)"