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Nikki Haley, the American ambassador to the United Nations, addressed the opening session of the organization’s Human Rights Council in Geneva on Tuesday. Credit Magali Girardin/European Pressphoto Agency

GENEVA — The American ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, took a swipe on Tuesday at Saudi Arabia’s human rights record, criticized the United Nations for what she called its anti-Israel bias and insisted that the Trump administration would champion human rights.

“We will never give up the cause of universal human rights,” she told an audience at the Graduate Institute of Geneva.

Her remarks here, home to the United Nations Human Rights Council, where she also spoke on Tuesday, were at times in sharp contrast to the statements and actions of other senior Trump administration officials, and her audience at times pushed back, pointing out inconsistencies.

Trump administration officials, on a visit last month to Saudi Arabia, made clear that they would play down human rights with important trade and defense partners. President Trump also threw his weight behind the Saudis in recent days, suggesting on Twitter that he had personally leaned on Riyadh to sever diplomatic ties with Qatar.

“I will continue to call out Saudi Arabia,” Ms. Haley said in a question-and-answer section of her Geneva Institute speech. “The administration is allowing me to say it.”

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Ms. Haley stopped short of saying whether the United States would remain in the 47-member Human Rights Council, the intergovernmental body of the United Nations that is supposed to promote and protect human rights. She did, however, demand two significant changes in how it operates.

She called for a way to prevent rights abusers from winning seats on the council. Currently, regional blocs of countries often rally around one nation to represent them. And she insisted that the council stop passing “biased” resolutions against Israel.

“America does not seek to leave the Human Rights Council,” Ms. Haley said. “We seek to re-establish the council’s legitimacy.” Pressed by the audience, she would not commit to staying or leaving.

Ms. Haley assailed Cuba, Iran and Venezuela for their repression of citizens, and in one part of her speech at the institute, she included Saudi Arabia on a list of countries that hold elected seats on the Human Rights Council even though they do not uphold the “highest standards” of human rights at home.

Before Ms. Haley addressed the institute, she spoke at the council in the first high-level engagement between it and the United States since Mr. Trump took office.

The American Civil Liberties Union said in a statement that the Trump administration should focus on protecting rights in the United States. “It’s hard to take Ambassador Haley seriously on U.S. support for human rights in light of Trump administration actions like the Muslim ban and immigration crackdowns,” said Jamil Dakwar, director of the group’s human rights program.

Less than a week after Mr. Trump said he would withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord, drawing criticism for surrendering the country’s global leadership role on climate change, Ms. Haley’s statements were seen as a test of where human rights stand in the Trump administration’s “America first” policy.

Ms. Haley, in a three-minute statement at the opening of a Human Rights Council session, singled out Venezuela, calling on the country to voluntarily surrender membership until it had “set its house in order.”

Ms. Haley said it was hard to accept that the council had passed five resolutions against Israel in March but had never passed a resolution against Venezuela, where the government has cracked down on the opposition amid an economic crisis. “It is essential the council address its chronic anti-Israel bias if it’s to have any credibility,” she said.

Ms. Haley also questioned whether “the Human Rights Council even supports human rights or is merely a showcase for dictatorships that use their membership to whitewash their brutality.”

Addressing the council before Ms. Haley spoke, Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein, the United Nations high commissioner for human rights, also focused attention on abuses by member countries, expressing concern at “the brazen absence of shame being paraded by a growing number of politicians worldwide.”

“When thuglike leaders ride to power, democratically or otherwise, and openly defy not only their own laws and constitutions but also their obligations under international law, where is their shame?” he asked.

Eight rights organizations wrote to Ms. Haley last month highlighting the importance of the United States’ leadership role and its ability to change the council’s practices and its approach toward Israel.

The council was perhaps least effective from 2006 to 2009, when the administration of President George W. Bush disengaged, the rights groups pointed out. Conversely, after re-engagement under President Barack Obama, the percentage of resolutions centered on Israel declined and the council focused on other issues. The United States spurred action on atrocities in Sri Lanka, for example; helped push for the appointment of an expert to monitor human rights in Iran; and steered resolutions on freedom of expression and religion.

“What is certain is that the departure of the U.S. from the Human Rights Council would only result in worse, and perhaps even pernicious, outcomes,” the rights organizations said in their letter.

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n any case, what is important right now for the American policy in the region is to make peace with Iran as it is today. I personally believe that 9/11 was a false flag and even if it is as the strange account goes, the American global policy took a very bad turn for American interests since then as Israel has managed to make their most radical ideas for the region Oded Yinon, American policy. The destruction of Iraq then ensured that Iran gains regional power. Israel and Saudis have goaded America toward a war with Iran that I don’t believe can be cheap and America’s domestic spin of Crusades ensures that the empire will just uselessly pour in blood and treasure with no benefits to the region or the world. This while China and Russia, not poisoned by the Crusades spin are building infrastructure in Iran.
If I made American policy, I would make peace with Iran, create a table with Russia, China, India, Pakistan, Iran and Turkey to discuss a unified treatment of Taliban, the Baathist insurgents in Iraq and confront Saudi policy toward radical Islamists. Military solutions are a mirage and Washington is sunk in layers of bullshit Middle Age Crusades rhetoric of Clash of Civilizations that is poisonous for the future of American empire

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George Soros had confused ideas of a theory of reflexivity that he worked on for a long time before he succeeded in applying them. I am trying to piece together the problem of where America is going badly wrong in all contexts and how to resolve the errors somehow so that the right point of view clicks how there is a bright future. It’s honestly purely selfish: I want to know America’s place in history and the globe and my place in America in my mind so that I can do the best thing that I can do. I’d rather be confused and think through confusion than be certain and 100% confident in what could be a delusional view and it’s possible that the entire government of United States of America have suffered collective delusions periodically. Certainly, the Iran spin in America is senseless. This seems clear from the actual events. This Clash of Civilizations approach to Islam has already been a deadly failure, despite periodic terror attacks. It’s been very successful in destruction but it is still a failure of long term what is best for the world. And I am not even a fan of Islam. I was never compelled by the religion myself. Maybe I represent a degenerate state of the Roman empire where the faithful turn toward animism and paganism — I am neither but I do believe that Liberty and Justice are divine forces of nature and do not consider them western per se but as belonging to nature. In other words, I consider George Washington’s greatness in touching these forces imperfectly and hope that by a pure re-connection with these forces is a path to regeneration for America. Yes, George Washington was a great man, but what made him great is being able to ‘channel’ the natural forces of Liberty and Justice which then he and the Founding Fathers were not able to implement perfectly and this imperfection is being played out in America’s history and Trump’s ideologues are wrongly attaching to these pure forces a race-tone that just plunged America into absolutely unnecessary divisions and upheavals simmering because of failure of economic policy, inequality etc. This point of view seems like it could actually have serious value for the world although my talents at working these ideas out are imperfect and unpolished.

Trump’s racism is a serious obstacle to America being able to compete effectively with China. Just as the anti-Islam spin ran Washington from 9/11 to today, uselessly eating up energy and resources to serious projects in America’s real interests in rising HIGHER rather than diving deeper into conflicts thereby ending in a situation which has no exit in the Middle East mire, Trump’s advocacy of ante-bellum American race nostalgia will mobilize the nation into another downward spiral. Cutting off Green technology and cutting science R&D? Are you serious? Make America Great by cutting off the fundamental movement forward? It’s true the military gave us the internet and many other things but America was built on the backs of slaves and many generations of minorities who built this country. Since 9/11 Washington is the source of more polished spin than any fake news. Propaganda storms that do not excite and mobilize the American people forward and higher but distract them into every possible blind alley. I have my own propaganda with a lot of flaws because I am American enough to realize that in this crazy situation I would rather err my way to something that is more useful than the deluge from the propaganda from Washington which just seems to go nowhere in the global scale or make any sense. So the country is divided. I met so many Iraq veterans in New York during a period of my life when I was homeless, discarded after the war all homeless. America needed leadership by much higher vision of how to make civilization press forward. An empire that has taken the wrong turn and damaging itself from being unable to pull and cut losses or pacify trouble in its fringes because of an obstinacy. Reminiscing about the peak of power should not make America regress past the Civil War. There is a bright future for America if people let go of blind faith into religions of free markets and anti-communism and channel that energy into empirical markets and models of successful economies. I think I will begin to get back on my feet and focus on these myself. In the technology sector data science is the new mode of work which is interesting. I studied some of the exciting new work in statistical analysis and machine learning although I have not worked with the Hadoop system. I want to have a holistic picture of the world I live in, complaints and good. I knew that propaganda is part and parcel of democratic societies Bernays. There is a point at which the polish of propaganda that drives America in the wrong direction very far and in some disconnect from the empirical reality of the world that the dangers of sinking the empire becomes significant, and Trump’s election seems like such a moment. There is a gigantic error in checking empirical reality only in dollars and cents. There is empirical reality that is just outside the jumble of propaganda streams, some natural laws of societies and empires, the sources of collective energy and its productive use that are sensible. Academic science gets this right in one domain, but the channeling of people’s collective aspirations, this seems closed off, extremely divided and I admit a level of confusion myself at the moment. The stability of the world seems much more precarious today than before 9/11 and it seems excessively generous to credit radical Islamists with this uncertainty and instability.

 

 

 

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For those who react in a hostile manner to my firm conviction that 9/11 was a false flag as a destructive conspiracy theory should consider what is the real interests of America and her people. False flags have occurred in America a number of times covered by many people. The actual truth obviously matters a great deal in producing decisions that are good for American health as a nation and American global empire’s position. America depends on the empire for its health and wealth. The Cold War seems to have been replaced by this Global War on Terrorism which is essentially a war that is effectively for insurgents in countries that have had their regimes overthrown by America in the Middle East along with groups with jihadi agenda. This approach has led to a number of countries destroyed and around 4 million civilians killed since 2001. This region alone will produce increasing problems until there is a political process toward end of conflict and peace. The sectarian strife might be preferable for the Greater Israel plan but it is definitely not in America’s best long term interests. The wars in the Middle East have had enormous cost to America in blood and treasure that seem wasted without stability and order in the region. Such stability is probably unachievable by the process that was adopted, of setting up regimes and training military to fight insurgents because there is a problem of legitimacy by an invading force setting up governments in the ‘post-colonial’ world. Anyway, the rivals of America for hegemony are acting in the region very differently from America and this is important to assess since both Russia and China have interests in permanence.

Now let me turn to court politics at the top of empire: Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld had a hand in the 9/11 false flag (it doesn’t matter the explicit evidence) along with elements in Tel Aviv and were busy concentrating power to the executive emperor-style. This is not to say that Islamic terrorism is nonexistent but Islamic terrorism never had the sophisticated capacity required for 9/11 so this was a purely internal political event that could mobilize America to a post-Cold War paradigm. The actual Islamic terrorism in local to the region are much less sophisticated and are confined to the region. Back to Cheney: one of Cheney’s lifelong obsessions as well as his mentor Rumsfeld’s. Maybe we should consider Trump’s Presidency as a transition from the Roman Republic to Empire accompanied by repression of minorities that seem to be an explicit policy as well as freeing up the military from care about civilian casualties.

The ‘greatness’ of American Presidents is misguidedly measured by war. So Iran and Venezuela for oil and North Korea for possible nuclear is clearly going to dominate the mind of God Emperor Trump. His ideas about ‘making America great again’ seem to be all about his own needs to be an emperor. Forget about his campaign promises and all that. Such things are just bullshit to gain power.

Slashing everything in the American budget by about 40% and increasing military spending is a recipe for destroying the American economy and weakening it beyond any recovery. God Emperor Trump should realize that the reason there has not been a revival of empire since the British empire was dismantled is that a single decision-maker cannot deal with the sophisticated rivals like China and Russia today or with Soviet Union in the past. The planners of the world after 1945 had a firm handle on the situation because they have positive reconstruction plans for industrialized areas of the world. Such reconstruction plans have not succeeded or attempted in the countries in the Middle East because the ideology of ‘War on Terror’ is a purely destructive ideology. There is no will in the establishment to produce a world order for reconstruction and collective prosperity. This is a gigantic liability for America because permanent war in the Middle East will not be sustainable without collaboration with Russia and China who are not on the same page as US. The idea of winning ‘hearts and minds’ and so on are extremely weak in the face of lacking control of information. There is no strong popular agreement about the role of America that can be seen positively either by the locals or even by its allies. ‘Islam is evil’ is not conducive to ability to effectively manage an area with a billion people with actual resource interests such as oil.

So how would a good emperor deal with the situation? I would say that since China is already in Iran building infrastructure it is silly to not open diplomatic channels with Tehran ignoring Israel’s protestations and bring in Iran and Turkey to pacify the region and begin handling the peace negotiations of the ousted Sunnis who are the insurgents in Iraq for example and the Taleban insurgents in Afghanistan rather than simply build permanent bases to counter China and Russia. The American economy is strong but taking a completely militaristic view of the world will erode American diplomatic assistance from even her European allies whose populations overwhelmingly did not support American invasion of Iraq and Afghanistan. American presence there is strategic as a permanent base against China and Russia according to Larry Wilkerson which makes sense.

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BREAKING: American Judge Just Banned Sharia Law In All 50 States. Do You Support This ?

BREAKING: American Judge Just Banned Sharia Law In All 50 States. Do You Support This ?
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Kathy Mescall
Kathy Mescall …where on earth did she say that…???
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Louisa Mubarak Sedin There is no Sharia law I lived Born In Jerusalem Between Muslims No Body has This it Is Written by Extremists Radical Groups supported By US and Israel , Jordan Syria Egypt No Body use It You Have to Ask And Learn More About The Qur’an I amSee More
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Tajamul Islam As i always say “ignorant americans are not retards they are ultra-super retards”
They always poop through their mouths.
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Shabnam Ghazi
Shabnam Ghazi There is no such ‘Sharia law’ in America and this is ‘Fake News~’!
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Tajamul Islam
Tajamul Islam You don’t need to care about sharia law.Apply the biblical laws on adultery, fornication, homosexuality, usury you son of a bitch
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Louisa Mubarak Sedin
Louisa Mubarak Sedin It is fake Americans Believe Everything The Zionists Media Tell Them There Was never A civil War in Syria It .was an invasion By USA Saudi Arabia Israel NATO US invaded Syria to Please Netanyahu IsraHell
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Louisa Mubarak Sedin It is fake Americans Believe Everything The Zionists Media Tell Them There Was never A civil War in Syria It .was an invasion By USA Saudi Arabia Israel NATO US invaded Syria to Please Netanyahu IsraHell
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Julieanna Thomson
Julieanna Thomson If this is true, I’m for it, of course. American Law needs to adjust on its own – not take some other cultures’ entire law–in this case a kind of law (Sharia) that has some serious problems for American society – and even human rights in ANY culture.
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Pedro Neves Was there Sharia Law in the US??? What stupid judge
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Hermann St. John
Hermann St. John That cannot be true,America was born out of religious intolerance, good grief the pilgrims were refugees from it!
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David Olsen
David Olsen BREAKING: Untrustworthy news source, you libtard cucks
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Rauni Salminen absolutely-
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Sandra Dee
Sandra Dee Sadly I doubt if that is true !
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Zulf Ahmed
Zulf Ahmed This stuff is just bullshit distraction from reality: in Syria 4,000 civilians were killed by America. That’s more civilians than in 9/11 and that’s not news.
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Brad Golding As a Christian, I wonder how many of you out there know anything about Sharia Law? My guess is that most of you know 3/5ths of 5/8ths of stuff all about it! And what you think you know is most likely wrong! Do some research. Did you know that todaySee More
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Кремль-де-ла- Кремль
Кремль-де-ла- Кремль america, fuck off and die, quietly, for the sake of planet earth!
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Zulf Ahmed
Zulf Ahmed Sharia Law is a blanket statement anyway. Every Islamist group probably have their own Sharia floating around. In the Middle East most people did not want Sharia law. The destruction of Iraq and Afghanistan and regime changes elsewhere led to the riSee More
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Mohammad Zakaria
Mohammad Zakaria why not, but fasting and slaughtering animals come under the term shariah law. Which it seems most know absolutely nothing about, are fasting and slaughtering animals banned under this move? That’s not to mention interest-free mortgages and bank loans, along with the acceptance of inter species organ transplantation……! Please do clarify
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Arif Saeed There is no compulsion to have Sharia laws in a non Muslim country. More of a political game.
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Travis Broes
Travis Broes There is a Constitutional amendment that says separation of Church & State & no laws concerning Religion . All under one law ,one people one law. No Religious law of any kind.
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Travis Broes
Travis Broes Not Jewish law ,Sharia Law ,Muslim Law , HIndu Law or Buudhist Law/ This is the Peoples Law the only Law .
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Travis Broes
Travis Broes or christian law.
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Pedro Neves
Pedro Neves This is incredible, only in america would one be able to make such a absurd claim, reflecting the general ignorance of the population
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Travis Broes
Travis Broes No Religion in Government .
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Travis Broes Does the US have separation of church & state ?
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Travis Broes It was already against the law.
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Travis Broes Any church caught infiltrating Government should be dissmantled .
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Mohammad Zakaria I don’t like posting links and ask to be excused by those who also don’t go for it…. But, here is a post I think might be useful regarding the wide ranging approach to the Shariah by Muslim scholars. The speech is in English, also I am not promoting See More

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Travis Broes
Travis Broes It doesnt matter how good Islam is we dont accept Religious law. Period .
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Travis Broes
Travis Broes IT create religious war & instability to have different religions competing for Government ,,No it is absolutely not the way to run a country.
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Zulf Ahmed
Zulf Ahmed I admire people of faith who follow their convictions to lost causes. Do you realize, Mohammad Zakaria, that the reaction of Americans to hearing about religious law is one of the reasons that American people have not been more engaged in stopping the massacres in the Middle East? What is the good Muslim’s responsibility in this situation?
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Travis Broes
Travis Broes The only way religions can live in peace is separation of church & state.
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Travis Broes
Travis Broes It was a good question but it is not rellevant to this question.
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Zulf Ahmed
Zulf Ahmed The Islamic religion differs from Christianity in the sense that it was from its very beginning a religion of laws for a collective. So separation of church and state becomes harder. But Turkey for example had for a long time been able to separate IsSee More
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Zulf Ahmed
Zulf Ahmed I will confess that while my family is devoutly Muslim, I gave up on Islam and religion in general early in life. I simply CANNOT actually believe in a God or that there can be eudaimonia in the human race by documents that come from God which are higSee More
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Linda Clark Kohrt Brooks The uproar over Sharia law is just another snipe hunt for the conservative torches & pitchforks crowd. Sharia law in a non-Muslim country is not a set of government-type laws. It’s mostly a religion-based code of personal conduct set by the Islamic rSee More
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Linda Clark Kohrt Brooks Here’s a good outline of Sharia law. http://www.snopes.com/2017/06/19/what-is-sharia-law/

As with so many aspects of Islam, some non-Muslims criticize “Sharia law” without really knowing the first…
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Carla Procacci
Carla Procacci I agree as I don’t like ANY religion
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Jan Martin
Jan Martin if not mistaken the Sharia Law is the proper one these kind of ones are from the extremists
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Mohammad Zakaria
Mohammad Zakaria Luke, 19:27. As for those who do not accept me as their ruler, bring them in front of me and kill them…… so said Jesus the Christ, please check the accuracy of the claim.
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Zulf Ahmed Looking for scenes of violence in the Bible? Read any part of Deuteronomy. The quote-by-quote violence comparison I have done once.
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Zulf Ahmed https://zulfahmed.wordpress.com/…/christianity-is-more…/

I am interested in seeing the end of the three Abrahamic religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. However, an…
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Zulf Ahmed The problem with these sorts of quote-by-quote contests is that they are pointless. These are religions with massive followings and fragmented cultures spanning the globe. Therefore it becomes an academic exercise of no significant value because actuSee More

In 1993 Harvard Professor Samuel P.…
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Paul Inman He should also ban all israeli influence in all 50 States.
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Zulf Ahmed Israeli influence unfortunately is not so easy to locate in laws and states. It is the ethnocracy and ideology of racial purity that infects some parts of America, it is the tested police state oppression that is imported by America, and of course the direction of how to murder and mayhem in the Middle East without doing it by their sons and daughters
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I have a new direction for exploration about this issue of ‘human rights’. A Darwinian survival type mythology (often popular with racists who are much more widespread than it appeared to me during college) of tribes coming together and playing a game of assimilation to a dominant tribe or extermination and then larger organizations form and this is some sort of natural order. To me it seems that what this sort of picture misses is the force of ideals of Republic, of Liberty and Justice. Rome was a tribal Kingdom till the effects of the ideals and the rule of law based on them allowed Rome to expand greatly its power and influence until the fall into empire. I think this point of view shows that there needs to be a unity of force in the collective perhaps even the entire human race which has a power to change the ‘human rights’ of all human beings. The idea is that in terms of effective collective forces, these are forces of nature while human rights is unfortunately protected by a paper-thin organization, UN which was a piece of the American empire which became useless since the Zionist coup of 9/11 and their successful leadership 2001-2017 of the empire. They are under the influence of a different force of racial purity which belong in the pre-Republic forces of the Roman Kingdom.

What is the natural force greater than Judeo-Christian liberal West, Confucian mercantilist China, Hindu India, imperial Islam, and can exceed the force of all that have acted on the human race? The right answer to our problems of human rights and conflict? The force that can quell the divisions? And even the 9/11 coup of the American empire is ultimately just a little blip. It’s an important drama only from a certain perspective. I don’t feel bad about focus on it.

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After Israel executed 9/11, America has killed more than 4 million in the Middle East and destroyed Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, half destroyed Syria and created as a reaction the growth and spread of Islamic State, and is being run by a president backed among others Sheldon Adelson the ultra-Zionist who called for nuclear strikes in Iran.  If one is into judgment of good and evil, this record is not promising for the west.  What is amazing to me is the fear in America of sharia law being implemented.  The war propaganda has severely damaged the American psyche.

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