Hillary Clinton and the Double Standards

Posted: July 11, 2012 in Sideviews
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In the following two videos, there one can see similar executions by a firing squad – while both actions are a clear murder.

Both crimes were carried out probably in the last days or weeks.

But the international response – in particular the response of the NATO member states – concerning these two very similar crimes happened in vastly different ways.

Warning: Children, young people, and people with weak stomachs should not view the videos, due to the horrible level of violence.


First Video:

Wahhabi extremists kill a defenseless woman with multiple shots at close range. This extrajudicial execution was carried out probably around the date of 06/23/2012 in the Afghan province of Parwan.

The international reaction to the crime:

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and British Foreign Secretary William Hague condemned the crime and NATO wants to help in finding the perpetrators.

Second video:

Wahhabi extremists kill a defenseless man with several shots at close range. This extrajudicial execution was carried out probably around the beginning of July 2012 in Syria, with the fact, that the “Mosaab Bin Omair” battalion, which belongs to the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA), has boasted itself with this crime.

International reaction to the crime:

Hillary Clinton and William Hague glorify the “Free Syrian Army” (FSA) and call for the support of the murderers.

Note: Quod licet Iovi, non licet bovi. If two people act the same way, it is not necessarily the same thing.

Is the “small difference” in dealing with these crimes and the criminals due to the fact that once a woman and another time a man were murdered? No, of course not.

NATO has itself no qualms to kill women and children in Afghanistan, and neither Hillary Clinton nor William Hague is calling for the punishment of the perpetrators at this point.

The “small difference” is merely that the United States and Britain plan to stabilize Afghanistan, while they want to destabilize Syria.

For the destabilization of a country these Wahhabi gangs of killers are very useful (e.g. Nicaragua, El Salvador, “Salvador Option”), therefore, the United States and Britain support the murder gangs of the same Wahhabi spirit in the old tradition, while they condemn these gangs outraged in Afghanistan.

While they pursue them and also fight against these gangs of killers in Afghanistan, although they have built them up themselves just a few years ago in Afghanistan, and even had glorified and supported them by all means, they support the similar spirit of these gangs of murderers in Syria because of reasons.

The destabilization is first more important than the threats by arming such religious radicals and criminals. The U.S. Foreign Policy in the old, known tradition.

Source: nocheinparteibuch.wordpress.com

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