That it can’t become normal if you live with it long enough. Consider the newest vacation resort…
“The sands are white, the sea laps gently and crowds of bronzed Americans laze in the Caribbean sunshine.
They have a cinema, a golf course and, naturally, a gift shop stocked with mugs, jaunty T-shirts and racks of postcards showing perfect sunsets and bright green iguanas.”
Where is this ocean front paradise? Welcome to "Taliban Towers" at Guantanamo Bay !
“While the detainees lie incarcerated, visitors can windsurf, take boat trips and go fishing for grouper, tuna, red snapper and swordfish.
The United States' 1.5million service personnel and Guantanamo's 3,000 construction workers are eligible to visit the "resort", which boasts a McDonald's, KFC and a bowling alley.
They even have a Wal-Mart supermarket.”
While most would consider the resort a bargain, "The vacation comes at a knock-down price: just $42 (£20) per night for a suite of air-conditioned rooms, including a kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedrooms.", I think it only fair to note that 300 men are living there at no charge...
Yeah, there's a marine I go to school with who has one of those shirts.
IMHO, it's pretty clever on the Government's part. Who could possibly object to forcing people to remain at a RESORT without giving them a trial?
:I think it only fair to note that 300 men are living there at no charge...
Surely you mean I think it only fair to note that 300 men are living there at without having been charged...
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