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January 17, 2017

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A state that tortures, that deems the horrors of waterboarding as not even torture i.e repeated drowning that the body can't resist, well, as long as they appear respectable and can carry it off thats all that seems to matter. Its the logical outcome of careerism. Of being managed instead of represented. That's how it seems to me.

Its not just torture, its the anguish of unlimited detention and all the mistreatment that goes with it. There are certain things that cross the line and must be answered for. Between people who have principles this should raise an alarm:

https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2016/feb/06/donald-trump-waterboarding-republican-debate-torture

Sorry to say it but the body politic has grown so corrupt that stuff like this barely registers. Within recent memory it would have done. Ok, it was reported but nobody seems to give a shit.

To APPEAR respectable doesn't qualify you for government/authority.

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