Releasing US "torture" photos -- an act of inducement to riot and murder?

The unstable millions of fundie Muslims throughout the world will use these to incite jihad, riot, kidnap and murder. Young Americans will die as a result. How can I say that? On the basis of responses to the trumped up reporting of the Koran "flushing" incident, the reaction to the misreporting of ... show more The unstable millions of fundie Muslims throughout the world will use these to incite jihad, riot, kidnap and murder. Young Americans will die as a result.

How can I say that? On the basis of responses to the trumped up reporting of the Koran "flushing" incident, the reaction to the misreporting of Abu Gharib, teh riots in reaction to the Danish Mohammed cartoons, the murders of Geert Wilders and Pym Fortuyn, and also the Paris car-burnings of recent years.

The Mullahs of Hatred will not let ripe opportunity pass without stoking the fires of violence and bloody Jihad.

With the Taliban surging on Karachi such a release is madness. Insanity! It is reckless, because it will likely become incitement to riot and murder.

Why does the Obama Administration have a suicidal Death Wish for all of us Americans?

Do you agree that releasing the *selected* US "torture" photos -- might well be an act of inducement to riot and murder? If not nuclear war -- as per current extremely dangerous situation in Pakistan?
Update: I'm talking about the release of the photos. Photos never tell the whole story, and are easily misinterpreted. And they will be! The Obama Administration could fight the ACLU FOIA request and should.
Update 2: Yes, Theo Van Gogh -- Geert is still among the living, thank G-d!

Yet he has received many death threats and their was at two terrorists who were captured after seizing a building in The Hague had been plotting to kill Wilders.
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