Tomorrow the movie The Road to Guantanamo
will start to be shown here in Austria. And I don't really know if I should watch it. The problem: I already was shocked by the movie preview of this one shown before the Da Vinci Code
which I watched last week. And this might not be a good combination together with my already really bad opinion about the U.S. politics (you know, not because they are ignoring human rights, torturing and kidnapping people, doing massacres in Irak like in Vietnam before but also because they are openly destroying our environment, invading countries with officially forged arguments etc.) I know that movie isn't objective, but hey - all that war propaganda and the rubbish we get to see on CNN and told by the politicans isn't either. So maybe I should give it a try.
I am also wondering if people in the U.S. are watching that movie. And if so, what will they do? Nothing as usual?
Two shocking related news: In Britain, they arrested and questioned the actors of that movie
under the pretext of anti terror laws some months ago. Second: Currently, 75 prisioners in Guantanamo are staging a hunger strike
and the commander of that detainment camp is telling that this is a known technique of Al-Kaida
. Huh? Speechless.