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Two Ex-GTMO Inmates Appear in AQ Vid

Here:
http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5hZfIcWnHqBz4kQR90lC_pXaHeW4Q

Time to let them all go.

Not the first time it’s happened, won’t be the last. At least now they are back on the battlefield where we can just kill them instead of spending money to house and feed them.

[quote]boatguy wrote:
Not the first time it’s happened, won’t be the last. At least now they are back on the battlefield where we can just kill them instead of spending money to house and feed them.[/quote]

I propose letting them go in the Beltway. There are tons of people there that need an education in jihad.

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[quote]Chushin wrote:
Implant a homing device on these guys before release, and get a wealth of info. :slight_smile: [/quote]

I suppose it would be sort of like planting one in a great white shark. The data generated is somewhat interesting, but for the most part, entirely predictable.

If you think that’s bad wait until next year when Kaleed Sheik Mohammad is ordered released because he wasn’t given a Mirandas warning.

The worst part about these two who went back to the Jihad is they were people who they thought were safe to release. The ones that Obama has ordered released next year are all the ones they didn’t think it was safe to release.

I am actually no opposed to closing Gitmo provided they don’t let these cocksuckers go…I believe Gitmo has served it’s purpose. I want the pussy Europeans to get them.

Either that or we let them go in Siberia, butt-naked in the winter…If they survive then they can rejoin al’s kaeda.

Then fucking charge them!

Are you going to hold them until they’re 90 without a charge?

[quote]Inner Hulk wrote:
Then fucking charge them!

Are you going to hold them until they’re 90 without a charge? [/quote]

Charge them!?! Why!?! We need to release them. Preferably in the various SWPL centers around the country that agitated for their release and offered pro bono legal counsel. That’s the only equitable thing to do.

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Is it suprising that some people who have been kept in inhuman conditions and treated as terrorists for a number of years have left Gto with a bit of a chip on their shoulder when it comes to the USof A?

Guantanamo has caused as many problems as it solved, the question of what to do with it now is very complicated though. Whatever happens its a clusterfuck and Obama is in a bit of a no win situation with it.

There are a number of people there that have been held for a ridiculous time with no charge or trial that have no reason to be being held.

There are also a number of dangerous very misguided heavily indoctrinated people that will most likely cause further problems if they are released.

Sorting the one from the other is not exactly easy…

[quote]Cockney Blue wrote:
Is it suprising that some people who have been kept in inhuman conditions and treated as terrorists for a number of years have left Gto with a bit of a chip on their shoulder when it comes to the USof A?

Guantanamo has caused as many problems as it solved, the question of what to do with it now is very complicated though. Whatever happens its a clusterfuck and Obama is in a bit of a no win situation with it.

There are a number of people there that have been held for a ridiculous time with no charge or trial that have no reason to be being held.

There are also a number of dangerous very misguided heavily indoctrinated people that will most likely cause further problems if they are released.

Sorting the one from the other is not exactly easy…[/quote]

Maybe Gordon Brown could be convinced to take them. He’s already allowing the Saudis to build mosques left and right like his predecessor. The poor lambs at GTMO should fit right in with the British Muslim population, which has been calling for Jews to be gassed for the past 3 weeks.

[quote]Cockney Blue wrote:
Is it suprising that some people who have been kept in inhuman conditions and treated as terrorists for a number of years have left Gto with a bit of a chip on their shoulder when it comes to the USof A?
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Well, for at least these guys, they were already part of the Jihad.

“By Allah, imprisonment only increased our persistence in our principles for which we went out, did jihad for, and were imprisoned for,” al-Shihri was quoted as saying…"

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They need a 12 step program to recover from their misuse of terrorism.

The 12 steps of TA-

  1. They admitted they were powerless over terrorism and that their lives had become unmanageable.

  2. Came to believe that a power greater than themselves (Allah) could restore them to sanity.

  3. Made a decision to turn their bombs and guns over to the care of God as they understand him.

  4. Made a searching and fearless inventory of their bombs.

  5. Admitted to God, themselves and another human being (or infidel) the exact nature of their bombs.

  6. Became entirely ready to have a H.P. remove these bombs.

  7. Humbly asked it to remove these bombs.

  8. Made a list of all persons they had bombed and became willing to make amends to them all.

  9. Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would involve the use and abuse of more bombs.

  10. Continued to take a munitions inventory and when they were wrong, promptly detonated a couple.

  11. Those who know these steps could easiy conclude that this one done wrong is probably the origin of this entire mess. :wink:

12.Having had a spiritual awakening as a result of these steps, they try to carry the message to other terror organizations, and practice these principals in all of their “Jihad to blow the infidel to smithereenes” affairs.

Cause realy, all they need is a little understanding, and maybe a chip for every year that they don’t blow someone up.

[quote]PRCalDude wrote:
Cockney Blue wrote:
Is it suprising that some people who have been kept in inhuman conditions and treated as terrorists for a number of years have left Gto with a bit of a chip on their shoulder when it comes to the USof A?

Guantanamo has caused as many problems as it solved, the question of what to do with it now is very complicated though. Whatever happens its a clusterfuck and Obama is in a bit of a no win situation with it.

There are a number of people there that have been held for a ridiculous time with no charge or trial that have no reason to be being held.

There are also a number of dangerous very misguided heavily indoctrinated people that will most likely cause further problems if they are released.

Sorting the one from the other is not exactly easy…

Maybe Gordon Brown could be convinced to take them. He’s already allowing the Saudis to build mosques left and right like his predecessor. The poor lambs at GTMO should fit right in with the British Muslim population, which has been calling for Jews to be gassed for the past 3 weeks.

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Why the hell shouldn’t people be allowed to build mosques if they want to? We build churches which are just as much of a waste of space.

[quote]pushharder wrote:
Cockney Blue wrote:
Is it suprising that some people who have been kept in inhuman conditions and treated as terrorists for a number of years have left Gto with a bit of a chip on their shoulder when it comes to the USof A?

The reason they are in Gitmo is because that had a bit of a chip on their shoulder to begin with. A rather large chip.
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Not all of them, and that is where the problem lies. I don’t see any of them leaving and saying, you know what, “I have a new found respect for the USA and their ideals.”

But those decisions have already been taken. Glad I am not the one that has to untangle it.

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[quote]Cockney Blue wrote:
PRCalDude wrote:
Cockney Blue wrote:
Is it suprising that some people who have been kept in inhuman conditions and treated as terrorists for a number of years have left Gto with a bit of a chip on their shoulder when it comes to the USof A?

Guantanamo has caused as many problems as it solved, the question of what to do with it now is very complicated though. Whatever happens its a clusterfuck and Obama is in a bit of a no win situation with it.

There are a number of people there that have been held for a ridiculous time with no charge or trial that have no reason to be being held.

There are also a number of dangerous very misguided heavily indoctrinated people that will most likely cause further problems if they are released.

Sorting the one from the other is not exactly easy…

Maybe Gordon Brown could be convinced to take them. He’s already allowing the Saudis to build mosques left and right like his predecessor. The poor lambs at GTMO should fit right in with the British Muslim population, which has been calling for Jews to be gassed for the past 3 weeks.

Why the hell shouldn’t people be allowed to build mosques if they want to? We build churches which are just as much of a waste of space.[/quote]

A just question. After all, churches are equally likely to be a source of terrorism.