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Monday, March 13, 2006

ACLU Turns to UN for Constitutional Subversion Assistance

I am simply in awe over the ACLU's arrogance and blatant disregard for American security. Islamic terrorist, should the ACLU ever hinder their goal of world dominance, would gladly kill ever single member; but somehow this is forgotten in their academic nonreality. Now, perhaps as a result of recent losses, their efforts to subvert the Constitution has been so confounded that they are relying on the corrupt UN for aid in fighting America:
The American Civil Liberties Union today criticized the United States for violating the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR), a major human rights treaty the U.S. ratified in 1992. In remarks to the 86th Session of the United Nations Human Rights Committee, the ACLU called for a rigorous investigation into violations of the treaty.

"In the name of national security, the Bush administration has eroded the rule of law and the system of checks and balances in the United States, both fundamental principles in any democracy," said Ann Beeson, Associate Legal Director of the ACLU, who presented today's testimony. "In our America, we will not tolerate illegal spying or torture. The ACLU calls on the Human Rights committee to join us in our effort to hold the U.S. government accountable."

In a statement read today at the opening session of the Human Rights Committee, the ACLU said: "In the last four years we have witnessed serious setbacks in the protection of civil and political rights within the United States. The U.S. government has instituted a number of unbalanced and unchecked policies that clearly undermine fundamental rights and liberties long recognized and honored in our country. These policies affect a broad range of issues, including women's rights, immigrants' rights, racial justice, national security and the freedom of religion and belief."

The ACLU also provided details in its testimony about remaining flaws in the recently reauthorized Patriot Act and on the illegal National Security Agency spying program.

"America cannot hold itself as a moral beacon to the world if it violates the rule of law by engaging in illegal spying, torture and secrecy," said Jamil Dakwar, an attorney with the ACLU Human Rights Working Group. "The ACLU is committed to making sure that our government complies with universally recognized human rights principles and upholds our Constitution."
One corrupt organization asking another corrupt organization to hold the U.S. responsible for Human Rights violations? What a joke!!! The U.N. can not even hold itself responsible for Human Rights violations.

Give me a break! We are fighting a war against some of the most brutal, and savage people in the world, ready to decapitate anyone that will not bend to their demented religious views. The ACLU defend these creatures in our Courts and abroad, and attempt to bring down our governments efforts to fight them from every angle. Is it not becoming more and more obvious that the ACLU's agenda for America is not in our best interest? One can easily argue that it sure feels like they are downright out to destroy us. I'm sick and tired of the far left's anti-American agenda. Wake up America before we fall from within.

Bravo to Stop the ACLU for this masterpiece.

Thoughtful Readers Speak:

They are people and you would do well to remember that. The minute you dehumanize them like this is the minute that concentration camps and gas chambers become acceptable. If torturing people is necessary to save this country, then I do not want to save this country. If torturing people is necessary to ensure my safety, then I do not want to be safe.
Oddly, the ACLU and the UN are silent on the torture and murder of Tom Fox of Christian Peacemaker Teams.

Of course, we can't forget Daniel Pearl, Paul M. Johnson, Jr., Nicholas Berg, Eugene "Jack" Armstrong, Jack Hensley, Kenneth Bigley, Margaret Hassan, and numerous others. Savagely cutting someone's head off while they are still breathing is apparently of little interest to the ACLU.

And speaking of Gitmo "detainees":
Former Guantanamo Prisoner Held in Nalchik Crisis Probe in South Russia
Former Guantanamo Prisoner Arrested in Moscow

Imagine that.

Don't take this as an endorsement of torture, because it's not. We are at war, however, whether it's declared or not. Things happen that maybe shouldn't, you take care of it, and you move on. The ACLU is out of touch with reality on this.
politically, i find it interesting that you want to protect those who want to kill you. and, erica, they do want to kill you and those you love. they want to it in such a spectacular way, that they think about it day and night. it is their life's goal and devotion--your death or total submission. I would not only rather be safe for my own self-interests, I would rather be safe just to stick to stick it to those who plot, plan, and delight in my death.

additionally, i find it so interesting that you ascribe value to life. from your perspective, aren't we all just random conglomerations of molecules without purpose or meaning? If so, who cares if terrorists live or die, who cares if we put them in concentration camps and do tortue them? Either our life has meaning from an external source, namely God, or we ascribe a purpose to it that is ultimately invalidated by our death--right? So, who cares if we tortue anyone for any reason?
WWB, great point. The ACLU has really exposes their tunnel vision by only focusing on what benefits their far-left wing agenda. They disgust me.
I don't know about the ACLU, an organization concerned with the civil liberties of Americans in America, but the UN has indeed condemned the killing of Tom Fox. WWB didn't do his homework.

I notice, though, that Focus on the Family has yet to release any sort of statement.

additionally, i find it so interesting that you ascribe value to life. from your perspective, aren't we all just random conglomerations of molecules without purpose or meaning?

Atheism isn't a committment to a meaningless life. It's the recognition that life has whatever meaning our actions prove it to have. The people who think life is meaningless are the tortuers in our own government and their apologists, like yourself.
Doesn't this life only have meaning as a vehicle to the next?

BTW, I think you can just google Martin Luther quotes to find some of his jems.
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