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General Myers: “Let’s not forget the kind of people we have down there,” he said. “These are the people that don’t know any moral values.”
Translation: They’re untermensch. Untermenschen lack “moral values,” which everyone knows is a perfectly acceptable justification for ignoring the law regulating our treatment of them.
Meyers: “We certainly don’t think it’s torture”
Strange coming from someone who I know for a fact went through the same “resistance training” I did (where several of the things the US has already stated we do to prisoners are specifically identified as torture). Meyers is giving McPeak a run for the title of “Worst Air Force Officer Ever”.