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Breaking - UN: Force Feeding Gitmo Hunger Strikers Violates International Law

 
angkory13
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05/02/2013 08:32 AM
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Hunger strike is the last resource of desperate people.Force feed is inhuman:

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05/02/2013 08:35 AM
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Hunger strike is the last resource of desperate people.Force feed is inhuman:

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Aren't they there because they violated intl. law? Sounds like the cheapest way to close down Gitmo without the side effect of releasing the filth back into the world...
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05/02/2013 08:40 AM
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i just really do not get the whole "Force Feeding" thing anyway,(imo) if a desperate person don't want to eat don't.
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i just really do not get the whole "Force Feeding" thing anyway,(imo) if a desperate person don't want to eat don't.
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It's an intl. politics thing. Trust me, Obama doesn't give a shit about them (or me, or you). He does, however, have to show the rest of the world that he supports basic human rights...even to terrorists. After all, how could we say that Kim Jong Un or Bashar al-Assad or [insert evil dictator] was in violation if we sat back and let the prisoners starve. IMO this president and this country need to take a stand and stop being so limp-dicked and sensitive...maybe we wouldn't get terrorized so much, which would lead to less Muslims in detention.
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One eye for an eye and One tooth for an tooth and all the world will end blind and toothless.

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05/02/2013 09:45 AM
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i just really do not get the whole "Force Feeding" thing anyway,(imo) if a desperate person don't want to eat don't.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25852762


It's an intl. politics thing. Trust me, Obama doesn't give a shit about them (or me, or you). He does, however, have to show the rest of the world that he supports basic human rights...even to terrorists. After all, how could we say that Kim Jong Un or Bashar al-Assad or [insert evil dictator] was in violation if we sat back and let the prisoners starve. IMO this president and this country need to take a stand and stop being so limp-dicked and sensitive...maybe we wouldn't get terrorized so much, which would lead to less Muslims in detention.
 Quoting: FritoBandito

ah, i already know this.
i am just saying, anyone who wants to not eat should not be forced to, "Force Feeding" is lame.
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05/02/2013 09:54 AM
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i just really do not get the whole "Force Feeding" thing anyway,(imo) if a desperate person don't want to eat don't.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25852762


It's an intl. politics thing. Trust me, Obama doesn't give a shit about them (or me, or you). He does, however, have to show the rest of the world that he supports basic human rights...even to terrorists. After all, how could we say that Kim Jong Un or Bashar al-Assad or [insert evil dictator] was in violation if we sat back and let the prisoners starve. IMO this president and this country need to take a stand and stop being so limp-dicked and sensitive...maybe we wouldn't get terrorized so much, which would lead to less Muslims in detention.
 Quoting: FritoBandito

ah, i already know this.
i am just saying, anyone who wants to not eat should not be forced to, "Force Feeding" is lame.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25852762


Line them up and let them watch the guards eat BBQ pork. Hunger strike/devotion to radical Islam over in 15 minutes lol.
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05/02/2013 10:00 AM

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A hunger strike is effective only if one has some value to one's captors.

Since these scums have no possible value, if they choose to do so , let them starve. Children (and adults) in America are starving every day. Why should we take food out of the mouths of our children in order to feed these ingrates who only want to kill us?

And we CERTAINLY wouldn't want to violate International Law now, would we?
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International is : The most powerful cry less. Period.
The rest is empty talk. blah blah blah.

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