I have long documented the close ties between the Mansourian candidate and one of the world's leading forces of evil, George Soros. He makes his money off exploiting the ills of the world -- drugs, prostitution and betting against America.
Obama is in bed with George Soros, Democrat puppetmaster and financier, judenrat, UN pimp, drug pusher, pimp, financier of guilty terror lawyer Lynne Stewart's defense fund, election fraud criminal and Medicare embezzler -- a laundry list rap sheet of egregious crimes against humanity.
Could Soros be behind the demonization of the CIA? At his Open Society Institute website he has this blurb about his documentary. This man is evil, but could he possibly have this much influence on Obama? I say, yes.
Subject: OSI-Supported Documentary on Torture and Accountability Debuts | Open Society Institute (hat tip Debbie F)
Torture on Trial, a documentary video produced by Link TV,
examines how detainees held in U.S. military and CIA custody as part of
the "war on terror" were subjected to interrogation methods that
amounted to torture, how these methods came to be authorized by
high-level Bush administration officials, and the mounting demand for
accountability for torture. The half-hour program premieres on Sunday,
May 3, on Link TV at 10:00 p.m. ET, and can be viewed online at LinkTV.org.
Torture on Trial features interviews with two investigative journalists who leaked details from a confidential International Committee of the Red Cross report documenting the physical abuse of detainees held by the CIA in secret "black site" prisons—Jane Mayer, staff writer with The New Yorker and author of The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How The War on Terror Turned into a War on American Ideals, and Mark Danner, U.C. Berkeley journalism professor. The report describes in graphic detail how detainees were slammed against walls, placed in excruciatingly painful positions, subjected to waterboarding, and deprived of sleep for prolonged periods.
The program also features interviews with two leading human rights activists, Elisa Massimino, executive director of Human Rights First, and George Hunsinger, founder of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture. Additionally, the program features interviews with Retired Col. Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Secretary of State Colin Powell, and Maj. Matthew Alexander, a U.S. Air Force interrogator, who offer military perspectives on how the use of torture is counterproductive and harms U.S. interests. They also urge a full airing of this tragic chapter of American history so that these mistakes are not repeated.
Torture on Trial was supported by a grant from the Open Society Institute's National Security and Human Rights Campaign.