"Gitmo Is Killing Me" (by accused jihadist Yemenite terrorist Samir Naji al Hasan Moqbel, currently caged in Guantamano Bay, Cuba).
Additionally, right there on today's front page, the large above-the-fold photograph gives us a solid hint into one of the causes behind the Boston bombings: namely, the uniquely caucasioid malady of minority worship, with a particularly strong strain of the social justice bug enhanced with pathological levels of afrophilia, as illustrated almost eerily in the only black in the all-white crowd below, the imaginary one dreamed up by Addidas.
From "Gitmo Is Killing Me":
"I’ve been on a hunger strike since Feb. 10 and have lost well over 30 pounds. I will not eat until they restore my dignity.
I’ve been detained at Guantánamo for 11 years and three months. I have never been charged with any crime. I have never received a trial.
I could have been home years ago — no one seriously thinks I am a threat — but still I am here. Years ago the military said I was a “guard” for Osama bin Laden, but this was nonsense, like something out of the American movies I used to watch. They don’t even seem to believe it anymore. But they don’t seem to care how long I sit here, either.
When I was at home in Yemen, in 2000, a childhood friend told me that in Afghanistan I could do better than the $50 a month I earned in a factory, and support my family. I’d never really traveled, and knew nothing about Afghanistan, but I gave it a try.
I was wrong to trust him. There was no work. I wanted to leave, but had no money to fly home. After the American invasion in 2001, I fled to Pakistan like everyone else. The Pakistanis arrested me when I asked to see someone from the Yemeni Embassy. I was then sent to Kandahar, and put on the first plane to Gitmo.
Last month, on March 15, I was sick in the prison hospital and refused to be fed. A team from the E.R.F. (Extreme Reaction Force), a squad of eight military police officers in riot gear, burst in. They tied my hands and feet to the bed. They forcibly inserted an IV into my hand. I spent 26 hours in this state, tied to the bed. During this time I was not permitted to go to the toilet. They inserted a catheter, which was painful, degrading and unnecessary. I was not even permitted to pray."Aw boo-fucking hoo, you nasty, piss-colored Yemenite with a stupid name.
The New York Times: Right Now These Dimmie Scum Are Praying The Boston Bomber Is A White Guy, Since 2013