Recent suicides at Guantanomo Bay prison were regarded by US officials as a "public relations strategy." But what could three inmates driven by despair possibly gain in terms of "public relations?" In what way can their suicides committed alone in their cells be termed as "warfare?"
America, you are profoundly out of touch with humanity.
'Killing themselves was unnecessary. But it certainly is a good PR move' : On Saturday, the camp's commander, Navy Rear Admiral Harry Harris, said the suicides were an al-Qaida tactic. "They have no regard for life, neither ours nor their own. I believe this was not an act of desperation, but an act of asymmetrical warfare waged against us," he said.
Guantanamo suicides a 'PR move': A top US official has described the suicides of three detainees at the US base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, as a "good PR move to draw attention". Colleen Graffy told the BBC the deaths were part of a strategy and "a tactic to further the jihadi cause", but taking their own lives was unnecessary. But lawyers say the men who hanged themselves had been driven by despair.
Understanding Jargon: Jargon systematically twists language in order to subvert rational thought and reduce political discourse to the making and breaking of mental associations among vaguely defined symbols, often by means of extreme emotional manipulation. In the process, political discourse is reduced to the most primitive psychological level.