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January 9, 2006

United States Military Tribunal For Canadian Child Kept In Solitary Confinement For 4 Years As War Criminal Serves As Warning To All Americans That Resistance Is Futile

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Russian Subscribers

In an action unprecedented in Modern History, the United States Military Government begins this week the Military Prosecution of a Canadian child who was captured in Afghanistan at 15 years of age and has been held in solitary confinement for the past 4 years, and as we can read as reported by the Toronto Star News Service in their article titled "Canada: The time to speak on Khadr is now", and which says:

"As the new year begins, 19-year-old Canadian Omar Khadr continues his fourth year in American captivity at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Only 15 at the time U.S. troops took him prisoner, for the past three years Khadr has been held in solitary confinement, virtually incommunicado, without charge, and subject to torture and abuse during continuous interrogation by his captors.

The U.S. has now charged Khadr with alleged war crimes, and plans to try him before a military commission beginning Wednesday. Despite international condemnation of the commission as fundamentally unfair, the Canadian government, regrettably, has kept silent on Khadr's prosecution. What is at stake on Wednesday is not only Khadr's future, but Canada's reputation as a defender of human rights and the rule of law.

When the military commission commences, Khadr will become the first individual in the modern history of any international tribunal, to be tried for war crimes for conduct allegedly committed as a juvenile. This ignoble precedent of prosecuting children for war crimes — something not done at Nuremburg after World War II, in the former Yugoslavia, Rwanda, or Sierra Leone, Kosovo or East Timor — will be established through American prosecution of a Canadian child."

To the further perversity of Justice, this Canadian child is allowed only to be defended by the very US Military Forces that are trying him for these ‘War Crimes’, and as this article further states, "To date, no Canadian lawyer has been permitted to see Khadr. His appointed military counsel is a 31-year-old U.S. army captain who has never represented a defendant at trial."

So repugnant to the world have the American Concentration Camps become, and their criminal abuse of their prisoners, that in what can only be described as ‘ironic’, the German Nations Leader, and whose Nation of last century also employed the use of Concentration Camps, is now pleading with the US President to close them down, and as we can read as reported by the Aljazeera News Service in their article titled "U.S. crimes in Guantanamo grow more horrific", and which says:

"In an interview with the weekly magazine Der Spiegel published days before her first visit to the United States, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that Guantanamo detention camp should be closed and that Washington should find other ways of dealing with what it calls “terror suspects”. “An institution like Guantanamo can and should not exist in the longer term,” Merkel said in an interview published on Saturday."

This article further details the horrific abuse faced by these prisoners by their United States captors by doctors, and who like the doctors of Nazi Germany are also violating all International Treaties, and as we can read:

"Contrary to what the U.S. military claimed on Friday; that the number of Guantanamo Bay prisoners taking part in an ongoing hunger strike has fallen by more than half, new details have emerged, according The Observer, revealing the growing number of hunger strikers at Guantánamo Bay, and detailing how prisoners are being tied down and force-fed through tubes pushed down their nasal passages into their stomachs to keep them alive. According to Article 5 of the 1975 World Medical Association Tokyo Declaration, which U.S. doctors are legally bound to observe, doctors are prohibited from using force-feeding under any circumstances."

Too how far American Doctors have fallen from abiding by their oaths, and all International Laws, we can read as reported by the New Yorker News Service in their article titled “In Gitmo”, and which says:

"A doctor's first obligation is always, as the Hippocratic Oath puts it, to “do no harm.” But beyond that, there is a serious argument underway within the professional medical and psychological societies about whether medical personnel can and should participate in supporting interrogations. Doctors and psychologists, obviously, are citizens too, and when they're in the military, they are often spoken of as having dual loyalties—to their patients and to their country.

 There seems to be a consensus, however, that while medical personnel may play non-treating roles in some circumstances, they should not take part in coercive, abusive, or torturous treatment of prisoners. This violates the World Medical Association's 1975 protocol, and violates pretty much every other national and international standard. Nor can scientists participate in experimenting on human subjects without their informed consent, even for national-security reasons. It is this last bit that the Pentagon has reinterpreted.

It has allowed non-treating medical personnel to assist in interrogations, and treating medical personnel to violate patient confidentiality if national security is at stake. The Pentagon argues that this is no different than policies inside U.S. prisons. But prisoners there, unlike those in Guantánamo, are covered by U.S. laws banning coercive interrogations."

To the United States Military Governments even charging a child with any crime is an affront to their own scientific findings showing that the minds of children are not even completely formed, and therefore they cannot be held responsible for adult actions, and as we can read as reported by the Knight Ridder Newspapers News Service in their article titled "Scientists probing secrets of teenage brains", and which says:

"New brain research is shattering assumptions held for generations about the adolescent mind, fueling a battle over teen mental health, the rights of parents and the effectiveness of treatment. The findings are forcing scientists to redraw the line between normal teen behavior and severe mental illness while questioning how the brain truly develops.

The picture emerging is a teen brain not merely awash in a brief tide of hormones but also in the middle of a tumultuous overhaul. At the center of the controversy is the teen brain, its confounding architecture and the profound question of what’s typical in a teen and what’s not.

“Behavior that’s normal in a 13-year-old, most of us would call pathological in a 30-year-old,” said Joseph Parks, medical director for the Missouri Department of Mental Health. “But where do you make the cutoff?”

Under the old thinking, the adolescent brain was fully formed, needing only to be filled with facts, figures and experiences to become an adult mind. At the same time, many people rejected the idea that young people were even capable of developing mental illnesses. The new research shows a teenage brain as an organ in transition with a volatile and vulnerable composition.

The evolving teenage brain clearly isn’t adultlike until the early 20s. So the old stereotypes of teens might have some merit. If teens act “young and stupid,” it might be because brain areas that dampen impulsivity and govern rational thought are among the last to mature."

To the United States Military Government even acknowledging the fragility of children’s minds it cannot be seen in this barbaric Nation, and where even children of 12 years old are being charged with adult crimes that carry sentences of death by execution and life imprisonment, and as we can read as reported by the Associated Press News Service in their article titled "Boy, 12, Charged As Adult In Arson Death Of 11-Year-Old Cousin", and which says:

"A 12-year-old boy was charged as an adult with homicide and arson for allegedly setting a house fire that killed his 11-year-old cousin, state police said. Police said Djinn Buckingham told them he spilled tiki torch fuel in a hallway outside the girl's room and lit the fire with matches, according to a police affidavit. He said he thought he put the fire out, then went downstairs before hearing screams, the affidavit said."

The horror of imagining the most powerful Military Force in the World today capturing a 15 year old child, subjecting him to torture, keeping him in solitary confinement for 4 years, then trying him for ‘War Crimes’ and only allowing him a US Army Captain who has never defended a case as his ‘protector’ should be seen in its totality for what it is truly is meant to be….A Lesson.

Not just any Lesson either, but like the many Lessons ‘taught’ to the German people under the tyrannical Fascist Rule of Hitler and the Nazi Empire, this one too is meant to show to the American people themselves that all resistance against the State is futile. 

A Military Government that is able to achieve these monstrous goals against a mere child is capable of anything.  And the American people themselves to allow such an horrific abuse of a child to occur without protest shows that this lesson is being learned well.

Unknown to these American people though is that the ‘standard’ established for this one child will also apply to them.  And in the not to distant future the Americans who have now said nothing to defend this one child will likewise have no one to defend them when they too will fall into the dark abyss of the new American Gulag growing ever more stronger with each passing day.

‘For your protection!” are the words being trumpeted daily to the American people as their once cherish freedoms and liberties disappear.  But one can only wonder at who they are actually being protected from as their cities fill with armed Police and Military Forces who look upon their own citizens as the enemy.

With their descent into total madness one wonders if these most strange of people have in fact ever read a history book in their entire lives.

But without a doubt, the events in America today prove the truth of Nazi Germany’s Leader, Adolph Hitler, and who said:

"The great masses of the people... will more easily fall victims to a great lie than to a small one."

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