Friday, January 29, 2010

water boarding

Raspootin is not sure if there is a distinction between interrogation and torture? Perhaps the distinction would lay with the motivation? Interrogation is to get information and torture is the fulfillment of a fetish to cause pain?

In the case of water boarding - raspootin rules that it is a torturous form of interrogation, but much better than having your finger nails pulled out or your ears removed or your nipples burned or your testicles punctured, so it would then become the more humane usage of torture to interrogate a person - unless the reason was not to gain information but to inflict fear for the only purpose of satisfying a perverse pleasure...

Comments please




3 comments:

Southside Rabbitslayer said...

tor·ture (tôrchr) n.
1.
a. Infliction of severe physical pain as a means of punishment or coercion.

b. An instrument or a method for inflicting such pain.

2. Excruciating physical or mental pain; agony: the torture of waiting in suspense.

3. Something causing severe pain or anguish.

It seems pretty cut and dry to me.
an eye for an eye makes the world blind

Raspootin said...

ENDS JUSTIFY THE MEANS ???

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