Wednesday, May 9, 2018


As a form of torture, waterboarding became illegal under the law of war with the adoption of the third Geneva Convention of 1929, which required that prisoners of war be treated humanely, and the third and fourth Geneva Conventions of 1949, which explicitly prohibited the torture and cruel treatment of prisoners of war.

It would be illegal for a foreign adversary to waterboard a U.S. soldier, even if the technique did not amount to torture.

Trump is barbarian!

Even as far away as New Zealand, the agree.

Trump said he would bring back waterboarding - and far worse!

what could possibly be worse than waterboarding?