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deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,
That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends,
it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it,
and to institute new Government

Thursday, November 30, 2006

The Evil that Men do, and Then There's Bolton

Who? What Where? Legitimate questions considering the jihad lamestream media would rather people suffer mercilessly than report the truth.
In the latest lie by mission, the MSM has no need for news reports like this. It reminds me of this news story the jihad media completely ignored (we had to go to Calcutta for that story). When the American people wake up (and they will) there will be hell to pay.

BOLTON PLEADS FOR RELEASE OF AUNG SUU KYI Financial Express [Bangladesh newspaper! Gd forbid the American media covered it - Atlas]

US ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton who is known for his aggressive diplomacy is pushing for Security Council resolution demanding immediate release of Aung Suu Kyi, the Nobel peace prize winner. Suu Kyi has been kept under detention since she won a landslide victory in Myanmar setting the goal for a return to democratic rule.

John Bolton is yet to win Senate approval and the decision is unlikely to be reversed with Democrats controlling the Senate. Democrats do not have a favourable view of Bolton.

Why? Why is that? Why is Bolton a partisan issue? The man's record is unmatched. Skanks, all.

The US ambassador to the UN has accused the military junta of Myanmar of failing to prevent the exodus of refugees and narcotics trafficking and permitting transmission of dreadful diseases like AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria outside the country. The military junta has ordered closure of five field offices of the International Red Cross sparking condemnation.

More here. Cross posted at Atlas Shrugs
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