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Hillary Clinton represents a war mongering policy of military strength and immoral clarity. Hillary will pressure the United States to build on the extortions of this past century to ensure that multi-national corporate profits climb beyond reality no matter how many innocent USA soldiers and innocent mothers,children and fathers abroad die.

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Hillary Clinton represents a war mongering policy of military strength and immoral clarity. Hillary will pressure the United States to build on the extortions of this past century to ensure that multi-national corporate profits climb beyond reality no matter how many innocent USA soldiers and innocent mothers,children and fathers abroad die.

Not completely accurate.

 

her policy sacrifices a society's ancestry able to defend themselves without government intervention so those surviving the loss cannot after the loss of those that took care of them.

 

Saving humanity by sacrificing the best defending the rest is the best intellectual way in making people follow half baked ideology cradle to grave. Lessons not learned in blood are soon forgotten. symbolism defended by sacrifice keeps the remaining substance loyal to royal interpretation.

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Hillary Clinton represents a war mongering policy of military strength and immoral clarity. Hillary will pressure the United States to build on the extortions of this past century to ensure that multi-national corporate profits climb beyond reality no matter how many innocent USA soldiers and innocent mothers,children and fathers abroad die.

Prove your claims. LINK please.

 

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How Hillary Clinton and “American Power” Paved the Way for Shocking Violence in Honduras

 

A recent op-ed fails to acknowledge the relationship between U.S. support for a coup and the Honduran murder rate.

The U.S. is supposed to cut off aid to a country that has a military coup—and “there is no doubt” that Zelaya’s ouster “constituted an illegal and unconstitutional coup,” according to a secret report sent by the U.S. ambassador to Honduras on July 24, 2009, and later exposed by WikiLeaks.

But the U.S. continued most aid to Honduras, carefully avoiding the magic words “military coup” that would have necessitated withdrawing support from the coup regime.

Internal emails reveal that the State Department pressured the OAS not to support the country’s constitutional government. In her memoir Hard Choices, Hillary Clinton recalled how as secretary of State she worked behind the scenes to legitimate the new regime:

In the subsequent days (following the coup) I spoke with my counterparts around the hemisphere, including Secretary Espinosa in Mexico. We strategized on a plan to restore order in Honduras, and ensure that free and fair elections could be held quickly and legitimately, which would render the question of Zelaya moot.

With a corrupt, drug-linked regime in place, thanks in large part to U.S. intervention, murder in Honduras soared, rising to 70.7 per 100,000 in 2009, 81.8 in 2010 and 91.4 in 2011—fully 50 percent above the pre-coup level. While many of the murders involved criminal gangs, much of the post-coup violence was political, with resuscitated death squads targeting journalists, opposition figures, labor activists and environmentalists—of whom indigenous leader Berta Cáceres was only the most famous.

At one point, it seemed like Nazario was going to acknowledge the U.S. role in creating the problems she gives “American power” credit for ameliorating. “We are also repairing harms the United States inflicted,” she wrote—but the explanation she gives for that was strangely circumscribed:

first by deporting tens of thousands of gangsters to Honduras over the past two decades, a decision that fueled much of the recent mayhem, and second by our continuing demand for drugs, which are shipped from Colombia and Venezuela through Honduras.

No mention of the U.S. supporting Honduras’ coup, or the political murders of the U.S.-backed regime.

At one point, three-quarters of the way through the lengthy piece, Nazario did acknowledge in passing the sinister role the U.S. plays in Latin America:

It will take much more than this project to change the reputation of the United States in this part of the world, where we are famous for exploiting workers and resources and helping to keep despots in power.

Surely it’s relevant that some of the despots the U.S. helped keep in power were in the country she’s reporting from, and that this led directly to the problem she’s writing about? But she dropped the idea there, moving on immediately to talk about the U.S.’s interest in reducing the flow of child refugees.

The most troubling part of the op-ed is that it didn’t feel the need to acknowledge or even dispute the relationship between U.S. support for the coup and Honduras’ shocking murder rate. The New York Times covered much of this ground, after all, in an op-ed by Dana Frank four years ago (1/26/12). Now, however, that information is down the memory hole—leaving the Timesfree to tout donations of trashcans and school uniforms as an advertisement for American power.

 

 

http://inthesetimes.com/article/19395/how-hillary-clinton-and-american-power-paved-the-way-for-shocking-violence-

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Hillary Clinton represents a war mongering policy of military strength and immoral clarity. Hillary will pressure the United States to build on the extortions of this past century to ensure that multi-national corporate profits climb beyond reality no matter how many innocent USA soldiers and innocent mothers,children and fathers abroad die.

 

 

couldn't agree more.

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Don't let paid Trump whores trick you into wasting your vote on tat Putin-loving, Big-Pharma investing con artist Stein.

 

A vote for Stein is a vote to put Donald Trump in the White House.

 

Save America from Donald Trump!

 

Say NO to the Stein/Trump ticket!

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Don't let paid Trump whores trick you into wasting your vote on tat Putin-loving, Big-Pharma investing con artist Stein.

 

A vote for Stein is a vote to put Donald Trump in the White House.

 

Save America from Donald Trump!

 

Say NO to the Stein/Trump ticket!

your vote is your consent

You consent to war crimes and empirical illegal war

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