Waterboarding Saves Lives

by Atomic Lib Smasher

Just imagine if some short time after 9/11 that another large city like Los Angeles was struck by a terrorist attack of the same grand scale that happened in New York City in 2001. Of course, we all remember that day of infamy, right? Almost 3,000 lives were quickly snuffed out due to attacks by Islamists who hated this country. Commerce stopped for days, 2 landmark buildings in The Big Apple were turned to rubble, and just about every American was watching the news 24/7 wondering what was coming next.

What Al-Queda had in store was an attack on Los Angeles, specifically “The Library Tower” in L.A. The information came from, yes, waterboarding the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks, Khalid Sheik Mohammed and another top Al-Queda terrorist Abu Zubaydah. Without this harsh interrogation technique, we might not have received the info needed to save lives as KSM was quick to have his lips sealed. As a matter of fact, before he was waterboarded KSM was asked about future planned attacks on the United States, he ominously told his CIA interrogators, “Soon, you will know.”

You can check out the CIA memo here

This is Los Angeles. A liberal Mecca where I’m sure the majority of folks who work and reside there think of waterboarding as torture and should not be applied when it comes to trying to extract crucial information from otherwise uncooperative terrorists. Shouldn’t they at least be grateful that this interrogation method saved their city and the lives of their friends and families? Let me put it this way. I’d rather be waterboarded alongside the savages if I knew it was going to save lives then just hope that they change their minds against attacking.

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The terrorists, now undaunted by weak interrogation can easily go about their plans for destruction now.

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One response to “Waterboarding Saves Lives

  1. Okay, but is waterboarding torture? If not, is it oay to torture if we’re defending our country?

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