Obama issues new guidelines for indefinite detention and torture

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korpen (February 29, 2012, 22:46:07 PM):
http://rt.com/usa/news/obama-directive-ndaa-detention-539/

For those familiar with the rants and raves of guys such as Alex jones and Jessy Ventura, this will seem somewhat applicable.
Personally I don't subscribe to either of the two gentlemen mentioned, however I do read up on this class of stuff every so often. For the record, I personally believe Alex Jones to be a crackpot!

In any case, It's interresting to see such legislation being implemented. It does make one wonder what the long term ramifications of such a course could be. There are those that would believe it's part of a predetermined plan of which the end is some sinister despotic nightmare. Doubtfull, in my opinion. However, I do think that down the line less ethical people in powerfull positions would use such legislation for seriously unethical deeds.
Thoughts?
st0nes (March 01, 2012, 07:37:42 AM):
...Alex jones and Jessy Ventura...
Never heard of either of them.
korpen (March 01, 2012, 13:31:20 PM):
google them.. i wouldnt say its worth doing so, but those two personify mainstream ideas that are currently running around. Though in my opinion they do nothing more than reflect the stupidity that chokes the desperate....but thats just my opinion...
korpen (March 01, 2012, 16:52:39 PM):
US Total War: 'Martial law at home, hawks over Iran'
Superman (March 05, 2012, 09:11:10 AM):
I don't know how much people on this forum are interested in international politics.

google them.. i wouldnt say its worth doing so, but those two personify mainstream ideas that are currently running around.

Perhaps you could elaborate on these ideas here.

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