'The US Military's policy is to preserve life'. Honest!Go and read this article and this one about hunger strikers at Gitmo and the news speak play on words and propaganda.
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'... our policy is to preserve life' - Col. Jeremy Martin (US Military).
And we do it by ensuring that they don't hurt themselves. We lock them up for years and make sure they don't trip on anything. We give them medical attention after every, cough, accidental knock. We feed them a balanced diet based on their nutritional requirements. We keep them clean via this waterboarding technique we have perfected and we keep them away from the sun to reduce the risk of skin cancer. We keep them away from family to reduce stressful arguments about who does the washing up and things. In fact we do many, many more things I don't have the time to mention that mean they are safer here than in Iraq where they would likely have died by now. We feel we are doing them a favour and they will look upon us as, well, big brothers as they live long lives. We are sure we will be getting some sort of Red Cross award soon.