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Friday, January 30, 2015

War Criminals Throwing Stones

War Criminals Throwing Stones

“I have been a member of this committee for years and I have never seen anything as disgraceful and outrageous and despicable…”

By Eleanor Goldfield
January 30, 2015

You know that feeling you get when someone says something that is
just so laughably absurd that you feel yourself stuck in this mental
and emotional limbo between anger and hysterical laughter,
typically settling somewhere in between; a murderous chuckle,

Well, that’s the place my mind settled today at about 9:30am EST
when McCain said those words about a group of activists, myself

In a government run on logic, justice, freedom and honesty, McCain
would have of course been directing those comments to the lizard-
faced Kissinger.

But alas, those four tenets are about as absent from these
hearings as youth and common sense.

Today, the Senate Armed Services Committee (@SASCMajority)
invited three dinosaur war criminals to testify on our National
Security Strategy: Madeleine Albright, George Shultz, and Henry

Code Pink organized the action calling for an arrest of Henry
Kissinger for war crimes, to be tried as a war criminal for his
involvement in decades of death and destruction including
overthrowing democratically elected governments in South
America and supporting genocide and mass killings in South
America, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.

With hands painted red, activists walked up behind Kissinger
carrying signs and chanting “Arrest Henry Kissinger for War

A few activists held up handcuffs signifying a citizens arrest.

Kissinger said nothing.

In fact, in the video, you can see he scarcely turns around.

Shultz, however, managed to find strength enough to stand up
and shoo us away as Capitol police pushed us back to our seats.

Medea Benjamin called out as the chant quieted “In the name
of the people of Chile. In the name of the people of Laos. In
the name of the people of East Timor. In the name of the people
of Cambodia.”

McCain then uttered those words which proved to be too much
for a protestor who then stood up and called out to McCain.

Shortly thereafter, he was escorted out by police while McCain over
his microphone eloquently pointed out that the man should shut up
and “Get out of here, you low life scum.”

Irony doesn’t even begin to encapsulate the scene of a war hawk
sitting before three war criminals calling a protestor for peace a
“low life scum.”

And if speaking of disgraceful, outrageous and despicable, there
isn’t enough bandwidth on the entire internet to bullet point out
the atrocities performed by the three “honorable” guests.

However, I can also easily attach those three adjectives to the
testimony given by the sociopathic three.

All three of them based their answers upon hugely outdated data
not surprising considering they already had AARP cards by the time
I was born.

Shultz’s testimony began with a foray into storytelling, harkening
back to how Reagan had asked him to come visit him when he was
deciding on his run for the Presidency.

Meanwhile, Albright continuously mentioned her first job on the
Hill, working in Senator Muskie’s office.

And of course, Kissinger, who sounds an awful lot like the emperor
from Star Wars by the way, has no shortage of decades-old
experience in attacking and terrorizing countries around the globe.

Between the three of them, the message of continued war, fear
mongering and US hegemony echoed off the walls like blast beats
at a rave.

All three of them also used the word “indispensable” to describe
the US’s place in policing the world and keeping democracy and
freedom safe for, “all people” with this footnote: except for the
ones we decide are a threat to our global domination in which case,
you don’t count.

In short, it was a hearing to discuss how amazing the US is and why
we need to keep killing people and gave unfortunate evidence that
Lewis Black may be right – “pricks live forever.”

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