Saturday, February 24, 2007

CIA Torture Camp Is A Sportsman's Paradise

Mazura, Poland - Despite repeated official denials by both the United States and Polish governments as to its very existence, American tourists are being wooed to visit a formerly secret torture prison camp in Poland's lakeland northeast.

The "detention" camp was located in the Polish Intelligence Service's training center complex. In this hotly denied secret prison American CIA agents tortured, sometimes to death, civilians of other countries. These foreign civilians had been captured in their own countries by the CIA and then flown in privately chartered aircraft to the prison in Poland. The capture process, still going on today, is known in America as "rendition", and known internationally as "an unbelievably horrifying stomach-turning illegal action by a bunch of rabidly mad sociopathic thugs, and we mean Bush, Cheney and the rest of them, not the CIA."

A Polish travel agency, in an effort to draw American tourism dollars to the area, is offering vacation packages that combine viewing the prison's location with a variety of outdoor activities. Known for its beautiful pine forests, the area around the torture prison has abundant fishing, canoing, cycling and camping opportunities. There are also several modern hotels in the area complete with satellite t.v. so the vacationer can stay in touch with what's going on at home through Fox News.

"It's a way to teach the kids a little bit of American history, see Europe and still have fun in the great outdoors," said Marik Debil, Minister of Tourism. "It has everything: healthy exercise, fresh air and the echoes of agonized screams. It's like The Hitler Youth, only in English, and we've just added a gift shop. It's the perfect Republican family vacation!"

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Written for Assimilated Press by roving reporter pinko


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