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Last updated on August 8th, 2017 at 03:09 pm
Phillip Adams pines for his Cuba-based heroes:
At one end of the island, Fidel Castro is dying. At the other, David Hicks is being driven insane.
It’d be a short drive. Does Adams seriously imagine that sane people travel overseas to join the freakin’ Taliban? Is a sane person given to Jewish global-domination conspiracies? Do sane people want to demolish democracy and install sharia law? Adams continues:
Hicks has had five years in and out of wire cages and solitary confinement, John. That’s 60 months, Philip. Or more than 1800 days, Alexander.
Keep the numbers coming, mate. That’s 260 weeks, Shlomo. More than 43,800 hours, Morgan. In excess of 2,629,000 minutes, Zebulon!
Though treated as cruelly as any criminal on earth …
In the long run it isn’t Hicks’s rights we should be defending; it’s my rights and your rights and the rights of other Australian kids who may be swept up in some mutated form of idealism or religious enthusiasm.
Not too many have been swept up by “idealism” since Dave moved to his current address. Interesting, that.
We’ve got standards to maintain: Australian standards of justice. Instead, we’re in bed with a government that rips up its constitution in regards to the civil rights of its citizens …
… that allowed the horrors of Abu Ghraib …
Abu Ghraib’s bodystacking leash-enthusiasts have all been prosecuted. The only government that allowed horrors at Abu Ghraib was run by Saddam Hussein—who’d still be in charge if it were up to Phil.
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