Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Investigator links Europe's spy agencies to CIA flights

While publicly denying wrongdoing, news from Europe continues to expose Gestapo-like tactics of the Bush administration. In Investigator links Europe's spy agencies to CIA flights, the Guardian reports:

“CIA prisoners in Europe were apparently abducted and moved between countries illegally, possibly with the aid of national secret services who did not tell their governments, according to the first official report on the so-called "renditions" scandal.”

Meanwhile the image of the US continues to deteriorate worldwide.

In Let's Not Mince Words About America's 'Death Camps', Hungary’s Index says:

“Each year, the U.S. State Department issues a report on Hungary that measures our respect for human rights, and how we're proceeding on our road to democracy. Basically, it's about whether we're behaving ourselves. Anyone can see it on the Embassy's homepage. I'm reading it now, and it's making my blood boil. I know I should be ashamed, but I'm thinking: Why don't you report on your mother, you Yankee peasant! America has no moral basis for this….”


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