The Black Arts of CIA Torture and the Whitehouse Revolving Door
April 7, 2021
Hosted by Nav. C with Co-Host Nav.M
From the period 2001 to 2005, over a quarter of all countries in the world cooperated in a secret rendition network that enabled the transfer of potential terrorist suspects to undisclosed detention sites. As many as fifty four foreign governments participated in these operations in different ways including; hosting CIA prisons on their soil ; interrogation, torture & abuse of individuals ;Providing intelligence ;Permitting the use of domestic airspace and airports for secret flights to transport detainees. By engaging in torture and other abuses the US government not only violated domestic and international law but left its moral standing on the world stage, in ruins. Overall it eroded support for its counterterrorism efforts worldwide as these abuses came to light. Furthermore, foreign governments failed to protect detainees from secret detention and extraordinary rendition on their territories and the United States undermined longstanding human rights protection, enshrined in international law, including the norm against torture. However, long before it was revealed to the general public, the Clinton Whitehouse was already engaged in policies that amounted to extraordinary rendition. By the mid-1990s the Clinton administration was active in transporting suspects to third-party countries where they were interrogated, tortured and even executed. Under George W. Bush, the scope of the operation simply widened and the legal restraints were loosened, In this episode we detail how the CIA’s ghoulish system of torture was indeed part of a logical progression which developed over time, into the well oiled machinery that we know today. Essentially an orchestrated procedure designed to outsource torture which was slowly being perfected since the early Cold War period (several decades before the events of 9/11). This is because under various administrations dating back to the early post war period, the clandestine forces of the United States were already engaged in taking suspects from one country to another where they were subjected to abuse and in some cases, execution. These procedures have led to unimaginable cruelties, physical and sexual, that were often horrific and barely effective. For most of its history, the United States has cultivated a self serving, virtuous image that torture was always something the enemy did. However this has proved to be a fabricated myth which resurfaces in cyclical fashion to convince each new generation of the sanctity of American values and ideals.
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Nav. C with Co-Host Nav.M
To understand your hosts Nav and Nav is to first recognize our life values which are embodied in the concept of symmetry and projected in our core belief of continuity. We are souls intertwined, bound to infinity or the endless expanse of the universe. By creating lasting memories for our listeners, our shared connections project a positive effect in their lives
Host Nav C. is an exponent of the transformation principle, incorporating key elements of design into a process of moving art. Developing strong relationships via the medium of positive thinking are the foundation of her personal and professional outlook. She encourages you to embrace your vulnerability as a core strength because that which we avoid, offers the richest and most diverse life experience. She has a natural flair for helping others and ardently believes that passion does not subside it simply makes way for something new. She is a confident, energetic individual who uses wit, charm and empathy with artistic license.
Co-host Nav M. is a firm believer in the transformative effect based on the concept of renewal. Life cycles are markers of new beginnings, providing clarity and the opportunity to start over. Catalyzed thoughts ignite raging flames with powerful bursts of positive energy. With a strong commercial background his view on business relationships is that empathy and integrity will always win the trust of individuals because it is our shared memories which create richer experiences.