If you're still harboring doubts about the effectiveness of 'enhanced' interrogation techniques; like waterboarding (a CIA favorite), or the stress position, or sleep deprivation, or if you have qualms about the use of such techniques on prisoners and other elaborate surgical procedures on bodies of enemy KIAs, the movie 'Inglorious Bastards' will solve this moral dilemma for you once and for all. It's OK, ladies and gentlemen. It's perfectly acceptable to fleece the body of a dead enemy combatant of his scalp using a serrated knife. And if you happen to have fantasies about beating the shit out of your enemy's prisoners of war (really beating the shit out of them, like till their bowels recoil out of their abdomens and the excrement spout out in full force), then Inglorious Bastards is the movie to see to visualize those troubling fantasies. And, last but not least, if you are obsessed with fires and arson (I would have said 'ovens', but that would carry bad implications, wouldn't it?), then have a look. Not your normal fires, mind you, but ones that can be carried out in a controlled environment (i.e. locked-in movie theater) where you can grill your enemy to death.
You're thinking permanent body damage? are you into mutilation? No problem, sir. Pull out that knife once again and let's play a little game with the Nazi prisoner. Let's mark him for life; with a little incision of a swastika on the forehead. That shall make his future civilian life miserable and guarantee him constant persecution, even if he happen to denounce the ideology, who cares? Because you NEED to spread fear and terror amongst the rank and file of your enemy.
Al Qaeda doesn't look so bad all of the sudden. You're almost one step away from a beheading scene in Inglorious Bastard.
Oh wait, this could be it, no? it's probably felt that the western population, in general, is getting a little 'pussified' so someone must toughen them up? Yeah, you almost need a conspiracy theory to digest this movie.
But you've got to love the 'Jewish Revenge' thing: think 'Vigilante Justice', then add superiority complex, a victim syndrome, a movie industry and flexible history chapters.
This movie, ladies and gentlemen, is ingloriously ridiculous.