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originally posted by: humanityrising
a reply to: humanityrising
And we most heinously enslaved an entire race for centuries...
And the 20,000,000 that (majority starved, comparatively minute amount were purged) died weighs more how?
Both are evil. And you can bet the citizens of Russia look at our history in disgust the same way we do at theirs.
The real crime of Mihkail
Mr Khodorkovsky also warned that Mr Putin had become a threat to Europe and might launch further “adventures” after his military incursion in Ukraine, to bolster his popularity and hold on to power through elections in 2018.
“What he’s done in Russia, to resolve specific questions, is destroy institutions,” he said. “What he’s doing in Europe is destroying the rules of the game.”
causes it to scream propaganda in my book.
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The Geneva Convention bans crimes against humanity and it seems the leaders who have been getting orders from NATO to shell innocent civilians for no reason are also not prosecuted...but an interview with some captured soldiers is worse of course.
not to mention the many others around the world.....
Just pointing out the complete idiocy of thinking one is any better than the other.
originally posted by: BornAgainAlien
Rewriting history seems to be in the air lately...
- And now there are some trying to claim it wasn`t a coup which made Crimeans wanted to join Russia and Ukraine didn`t attack DPR and LPR
Albright had already made it clear to Lesley Stahl of CBS, who asked the question, that the Iraqi children were not dying because of the sanctions. Iraq can buy as much medicine as it wants. She admitted that sanctions did have negative consequences, but she argued that this was a price worth paying for containing the threat posed by Saddam Hussein.
This is a rush transcript. Copy may not be in its final form.
AMY GOODMAN: Secretary Albright—the question I have always wanted to ask’ do you regret having said, when asked do you think the price was worth it—
MADELINE ALBRIGHT: I have said 5,000 times that I regret it. It was a stupid statement. I never should have made it and if everybody else that has ever made a statement they regret, would stand up, there would be a lot of people standing. I have many, many times said it and I wish that people would report that I have said it. I wrote it in my book that it was a stupid statement.
originally posted by: elementalgrove
a reply to: yuppa
And who keeps track of deaths resulting from sanctions?
And the generational effects of the uranium?
Also link me to the debunking info, about that Albright