Eventually, you’re supposed to feel intimidated. You’re supposed to feel afraid. But at the same time, you’re supposed to believe the Establishment’s stories, their version of events.
You’re supposed to believe at first that the abuse and injustice is only going to be for Muslims. That way you don’t raise your voice to object. But if one person is abused by your government, part of you knows it’s the same as anyone else being abused.
To me, it’s clear that the “War on Terror” is a war on EVERYONE, in order to subdue and transform the whole world. If it’s not physical abuse, it’s financial abuse via bailouts, or abuse of property rights, or surveillance, or airport “security”, or threats of “pandemics”, carbon taxes or attacks on free speech. It’s all ABUSE. Against YOU.
BCCLA DEMANDS IMMEDIATE INQUIRY INTO THE REMOVAL OF BENAMAR BENATTA AND HIS DETENTION IN THE UNITED STATES, British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, July 20, 2009
“To mark today’s three-year anniversary of Benamar Benatta’s return to Canada after almost five years of detention in the United States, the B.C. Civil Liberties Association is issuing a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Minister of Justice Robert Nicholson and Minister of Public Safety Peter Van Loan,
calling for a public investigation into the Canadian government’s conduct in delivering Mr. Benatta to American officials on the evening of September 12, 2001, a week after he had come to the Canadian border seeking asylum.
“During his detention in the United States, Mr. Benatta was subjected to treatment which the U.N. Working Group on Arbitrary Detention found “could be described as torture”, and which has been documented in two reports issued by the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. Department of Justice. After a series of challenges in the U.S. courts, Mr. Benatta was finally returned to Canada on July 20, 2006….”
Letter to the government from the BCCLA, July 20/2009
“Dear Prime Minister, Minister Nicholson and Minister Van Loan, …
“We call on you to initiate an investigation into the conduct of CIC, CBSA, the RCMP, CSIS, DFAIT, and any other Canadian government agencies involved in the removal of Mr. Benatta from Canada and his subsequent detention in the United States. We are deeply troubled by what appear to be serious infringements on Mr. Benatta’s rights to due process and security of person. We are also seriously concerned by the parallels between this case and those of Maher Arar, Abousfian Abdelrazik, Abdullah Almalki, Mauyyed Nureddin and Ahmad El Maati, where, as here, there were allegations that information provided by Canadian authorities either directly or indirectly resulted in the torture and mistreatment of the individuals involved. … “