Tuesday, September 15, 2015

The Crimes of the Powerful and the Plight of the Powerless

“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent injustice, but there must never be a time when we fail to protest.” – Elie Wiesel

We are seeing a massive tragedy unfolding daily: Thousands of people are on the move trying to escape from the hell that their countries have been turned into. Their cities and homes have been destroyed; some of their family and friends are dead, others are maimed or handicapped and in despair. Many finish up in refugee camps; others are stateless in foreign countries with nowhere to go. These people are powerless and suffering from the crimes of the powerful that made them refugees.

“Significantly, the countries that have generated most of the refugees are all places where the United States has invaded, overthrown governments, supported insurgencies, or intervened in a civil war.” Philip Giraldi, September 9, 2015.

They are the victims of the war criminals who run the system called “democracy” but it is in fact a hellish hypocrisy. These criminal elites are responsible for the blood-soaked wars in Syria, Iraq, Libya and some other countries. They plotted and planned these evil depredations and civil wars [1] that are now the norm in the aforementioned countries. Regime change is their objective and their modus operandi is destructive. I believe if there was a functioning justice system in the world of today, these bloody monsters would be on trial; instead, they cavort on the world stage and claim to be “humanitarians.” They even go to meetings where they are protected, instead of being arrested for the war crimes they have committed. [1a]

One of these BS “leaders” even got a prize for peace, which goes to show how evil, depraved and sick the system has become. Still, he is not the only one of this evil gang that has brought devastation, death, killing, corruption and atrocities to the unfortunate countries now decimated. All these so-called “leaders” are part of this coalition of evil that rules [2] and also helps the enemy they are supposed to be fighting.

The fallout from all this planned fighting of wars is that thousands of soldiers are dead, dying or maimed and families have lost their loved ones. Children have lost their fathers or mothers or both and the reprobates who caused it all are free and in positions of power.
It really is outrageous that some of these perpetrators of wars are re-elected.  Others are running for re-election under the banner of “saving the people from terrorists.” While at the same time they have “allies” who are funding terrorists and they are also selling arms to these treacherous “allies.” Does it get any more perverted than that? The establishment creates these terrorist monsters then claims it is terrified of them. [3] [3a]

“The fact can't be refuted: ISIS was born of Western intervention in Iraq and covert action in Syria...This attack on Syria, under the guise of striking ISIS, is by definition, a war of aggression. It is a violation of international law. It could lead to crimes against humanity and the deaths of untold numbers of innocent civilians. No amount of public relations or smooth talking can change that. And yes, members of this Democratic administration, including the president who executed this policy, must be held accountable by the International Criminal Court and by the American people, who he serves.”  Dennis Kucinich, Former 16-year member of the U.S. Congress and two-time U.S. presidential candidate.

Stephen J. Gray
September 15, 2015.


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