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Sunday, February 10, 2008

 

Gitmo - The Court of Pop Culture

It seems that despite of the utter impudence of the US Administration and the impotence of the United States's Courts, Legislature, and public citizens, the impatience of the world's popular opinion takes the case of Guantanamo to the people.

Michael Moore's Sicko used Gitmo's Medical Services as the answer to the Health Care Problem.
A group of Gitmo's inmates have written the best selling poetry book of 2008.
Jesus has come back to deliver a message and finds himself sent to Gitmo.
Dozens of songs have been written to protest against Gitmo.
And now in a Kafkaesque Farce, the Harold and Kumar movie, two minority looking types get shuffled off to INDEFINITE DETENTION.

For great fishing don't miss Guantanamo Bay.


Poems from Guantanamo: The Detainees Speak

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