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[–] Gorillion 1 points 4 points (+5|-1) ago  (edited ago)

I understand your angle. Them being PoWs when detained.

But do you mean the Geneva Convention?
That's not as water tight as you indicate. The Patriot Act and relabeling prisoners as "illegal combatants" has offered some workarounds that the World at large hasn't seemed too keen to challenge.

This is a stealth army. Human Beings being used as biological weapons. Aggressive breeding populations, used to change the demographic make-up of their targeted nations. The Geneva Convention was not set up for this sort of warfare.
Except in this: Biological Warfare is also banned by the Geneva Convention.
Are these people or weapons? They're certainly being used as weapons.

Sovereignty is a supposed "right" too. Where does that start and end, versus the individual rights of would-be human weapons?