Fafblog is back.
BoingBoing sings the hosannas:
Boing Boing: Lampooning the American dismissal of Gitmo suicides: Fafblog today features a scathing, brilliant satirical look at the US characterization of the Guantanamo Bay suicides as an attack on America. Fafblog is consistently the best political satire/commentary on the net, the Web equivalent of Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, and they're finally back after a too-long hiatus. The characterization of the Gitmo suicides as an act of terrorism is so ugly and disingenuous that it begged to be punctured. I'm thankful that Fafblog is back to perform that service.
Run for your lives - America is under attack! Just days ago three prisoners at Guantanamo Bay committed suicide in a savage assault on America's freedom to not care about prisoner suicides! Oh sure, the "Blame Atrocities First" crowd will tell you these prisoners were "driven to despair," that they "had no rights," that they were "held and tortured without due process or judicial oversight in a nightmarish mockery of justice." But what they won't tell you is that they only committed suicide as part of a diabolical ruse to trick the world into thinking our secret torture camp is the kind of secret torture camp that drives its prisoners to commit suicide!...