- Russia Invades Ukraine: BAD — U.S. Invades Iraq: Good (Veterans Today, March 6, 2014):
“If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of america. They don’t care for human beings.”
– Nelson Mandela, Iraq Speech 2003
“Throughout the world, on any given day, a man, woman, or child is likely to be displaced, tortured, killed, or disappeared’, at the hands of governments or armed political groups. More often than not, the United States shares the blame.”
- Amnesty International, 1996
“Hypocrisy, double standards, and “but nots” are the price of universalist pretensions. Democracy is promoted, but not if it brings Islamic fundamentalists to power; on proliferation is preached for Iran and Iraq but not for Israel…..Double standards in practice are the unavoidable price of universal standards of principle”
- Professor Samuel Hungtington, “Clash of Civilization and the Remaking of the World Order”, (p. 184)
The Western Israeli Manufactured Ukrainian Crisis: The only way out of this crisis that allows Russia to save face and avoid any armed conflict is to allow the Ukrainian people to hold a referendum to determine their destiny and future as one nation or two nations with the east and south joining Russia. Russia should keep its naval fleet in the Crimea; all talk of sanctions and isolation should cease, and the G8 Summit should be held as schedules. However, such a solution will be disastrous for the U.S. and Israel as the world would then demand that the Palestinians be allowed the same opportunity for “self determination”. That’s why such a solution will be difficult for Israel and its lap dog U.S. Congress and Jewish media to fathom putting Obama in a difficult place. His choice would be world peace or again kowtow to Israel, AIPAC, and Jewish Power.
The U.S. and Israel have historically always opposed “self determination” and freedom from colonial racist rule for many decades. Both nations supported the racist colonial Apartheid regimes in Africa. In fact the first veto the U.S. cast in the UN Security Council was to support the British Apartheid Regime in Rhodesia.