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Binyam Mohamed – Guantanamo victim of US and UK torture is released.

The US and UK habitually lie about their involvement in torture and kidnapping leading to torture (extraordinary rendition as it’s called). Their lies are utterly offensive to even the most simple observer of the news.

But the US and UK have ALWAYS lied about virtually all of the nasty things they have been involved with for over 100 years. Their lies have gotten so bad and so common that now, when I hear a government press statement, I automatically ‘reverse’ what they are saying and arrive much closer to the truth on many occasions.

Even today the pro-Zionist British Foreign Secretary (arguably the UK’s third-most powerful politician) who claims to be Jewish, said:

“The government abhors torture and does not order or condone it”source

A total lie of course. Lets do the ‘reverse’ exercise to get at the truth…

“The [British] government loves torture, and can’t practice it enough!” - David Milliband, decoded.


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Pic from David Icke’s website

 

The former British Ambassador to Uzbekistan, Mr. Craig Murray, was sacked because he spoke out against torture and Britain’s involvement in it. And it’s not just on the torture issue where the Brits spout their evil lies. Here’s some more lies, exposed by my favourite journalist John Pilger, about the nightmare of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia.

“I confirm,” Thatcher wrote to opposition leader Neil Kinnock, “that there is no British government involvement of any kind in training, equipping or co-operating with Khmer Rouge forces or those allied to them.” The lie was breathtaking.On June 25, 1991, the Major government was forced to admit to parliament that the SAS had been secretly training the “coalition”. - source

I propose a new set of encyclopedia: “Encyclopedia ‘Lie Britannicia’ – one thing’s for sure the amount of material would in all likelihood fill numerous volumes.

It is a never ending source of deep frustration and anger that British people continue to support the wholly rotten establishment of British power (including that of the slimy Monarchy).

But lets get back to the torture issue. Binyam Mohamed was a victim of Guantanamo Bay torture prison, and is one of the latest people released - just a few days ago – and tells his story via his lawyer. Guantanamo Bay is of course, the prison which this very day is still torturing its captives, in defiance of anything remotely associated with humanistic values…. Thanks to Information Clearing House for reprinting this article…

 

 Worse Than My Darkest Nightmare

As I gain my freedom, I am determined that neither those who remain in detention, nor their abusers, are forgotten past.”

By Binyam Mohamed
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February 24, 2009 “The Guardian” – - I hope you will understand that after everything I have been through, I am neither physically nor mentally capable of facing the media on the moment of my arrival back to Britain. Please forgive me if I make a simple statement through my lawyer. I hope to be able to do better in days to come, when I am on the road to recovery.

I have been through an experience that I never thought to encounter in my darkest nightmares. Before this ordeal, “torture” was an abstract word to me. I could never have imagined that I would be its victim. It is still difficult for me to believe that I was abducted, hauled from one country to the next, and tortured in medieval ways – all orchestrated by the United States government.

While I want to recover, and put it all as far in my past as I can, I also know I have an obligation to the people who still remain in those torture chambers. My own despair was greatest when I thought that everyone had abandoned me. I have a duty to make sure that nobody else is forgotten.

I am grateful that, in the end, I was not simply left to my fate. I am grateful to my lawyers and other staff at Reprieve, and to Lt Col Yvonne Bradley, who fought for my freedom. I am grateful to the members of the British Foreign Office who worked for my release. And I want to thank people around Britain who wrote to me in Guantánamo Bay to keep my spirits up, as well as to the members of the media who tried to make sure that the world knew what was going on. I know I would not be home in Britain today, if it were not for everyone’s support. Indeed, I might not be alive at all.

I wish I could say that it is all over, but it is not. There are still 241 Muslim prisoners in Guantánamo. Many have long since been cleared even by the US military, yet cannot go anywhere as they face persecution. For example, Ahmed bel Bacha lived here in Britain, and desperately needs a home. Then there are thousands of other prisoners held by the US elsewhere around the world, with no charges, and without access to their families.

And I have to say, more in sadness than in anger, that many have been complicit in my own horrors over the past seven years {lwtc247′s emphasis}. For myself, the very worst moment came when I realised in Morocco that the people who were torturing me were receiving questions and materials from British intelligence. I had met with British intelligence in Pakistan. I had been open with them. Yet the very people who I had hoped would come to my rescue, I later realised, had allied themselves with my abusers.

I am not asking for vengeance; only that the truth should be made known, so that nobody in the future should have to endure what I have endured. Thank you.

This is the statement issued by Binyam Mohamed on his return to the UK.
Specifically, this article appears at Information Clearing House HERE.

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Related articles fast vanishing from the state propaganda organisation (BBC):

Release Binyam torture data – MP
15:41 GMT, Tuesday, 24 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7907129.stm

Guantanamo debate occupies papers
05:53 GMT, Tuesday, 24 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7907060.stm

Guantanamo agents ‘used torture’
16:40 GMT, Wednesday, 14 January 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7828126.stm

Guantanamo ex-prisoner detained ( – Adding insunt to injury – lwtc247)
22:38 GMT, Tuesday, 24 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7909137.stm

Straw vetoes Iraq minutes release
19:17 GMT, Tuesday, 24 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/7907991.stm

Binyam Mohamed touches down in UK( – Inc brief words by Moazzam Baig – another victim of USUK torture – and inocent of course of anything wrong.)
Monday, 23 February 2009
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7906129.stm

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