Tuesday, March 11, 2014
America's Crimea Hypocrisies
America's Crimea Hypocrisies
Few nations or their elites have existed who raise hypocrisy and shamelessness to such a fine art, to such a vintage as the masoionic cabal that makes its nest in the moral and physical swamp of Washington DC.
Not being satisfied with having unleashed the satanic evil of nazism in Kiev, they are desperate to make sure no one, no sacrifice escapes the maws of that beast, on whose chain their soulless and blood soaked hands pull.
But what of the hypocrisy? Do I refer to the inane utterances of that Frankenstein monster that passes for a minister of foreign (and thus not American) affairs? Where it lurched to its feet to say that in the modern world nations do not invade other nation under false pretenses. Even though it itself has raised its claw to vote for one genocidal war or bombing after another?That the beastman could utter such nonsense with a clear conscious tells one how much of a sociopath he is.
No I speak of other things, issues that go deeper to the core of the American creation myth.
Let us begin with the so called American Revolution, a war of separation by a people who supposedly no longer wanted to live under their rightful king.
Never mind that fewer then a third of the population was for this or that it was led by and owned by Masons, or that officers such as George Washington threw away their honour by forgoing the word and oath to serve their king, given freely before God.
This they claim was a good and righteous deed, because, after all, it served their purpose. That it had no legal basis and was not authorized by either king or parliament, that out right theft of the kings and government's property or that of his loyal citizens, is flat out ignored.
Now we move a bit forward in time.
Many ignorant commenters on various so called conservative forums in the US are saying that Crimea is an example of what happens when you allow "those" immigrants to become the majority.
This is their projections on the Mexicans flooding in to Texas and California.
First what is wrong with this analogy? That we are not immigrants in Krim, it has been our land for longer than America has existed. Nor that the Ukrainians and Russians are two different races, such as the Hispanics and the Anglos.
Now on the issue of the US itself. It was Anglos who were at first invited by Spain and later by Mexico into Texas and California. Once the invitation ended, the illegal Anglos kept coming.
When Mexico refused to bend to their desires and demands, demands such as being allowed to own slaves in a country that had made slavery illegal, they launched revolutions and created two separate republics which they then added to America as states. California's lasted for only a month or so and Texas for several years, though the end results were the same.
So now we come to Crimea and America's direct meddling trying to block the very precedents they set.
Maybe the real reasons for the American stance is they see this coming to their own SW, as Mexicans migrate back into their own lands with the aim of reclaiming them?