Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | CIA's secret jails open up new transatlantic rift

British TV ran a fiction story, "Spooks" on our M16 stopping an American snatch squad escaping with an innocent man.

Now we see the reality.

It is going to be very interesting to see if we now have a Europe where foreigners are allowed to come in and steal away our citizens without let or hindrance if not the active connivance of our Governments.
At least Italy has started to arrest the American spies.

Bush said if we are not with him we are against him.
Well we are against him.
We don't want to be part of a barbaric wild west. We spent years or centuries building some kind of civilised society and we want to keep it.

It was the Americans under Carter who based foreign policy on Human Rights for the first time.

Under Bush we only have human wrongs.

Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | CIA's secret jails open up new transatlantic rift: "
CIA's secret jails open up new transatlantic rift

· Hundreds of flights landed in Germany over 2 years
· Seizure of innocent people likely to embarrass Rice

Luke Harding in Berlin
Monday December 5, 2005
The Guardian

The US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice's meeting with Germany's new chancellor Angela Merkel tomorrow is likely to be a tricky affair. What should have been a chance to repair the damaging rift between the countries over Iraq is fast being eclipsed by something else - a new transatlantic row between the US and the European Union over the CIA."

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