Thursday, August 04, 2011

Irony is Dead: Panel to Stop "Atrocities" Based on Work of Madeleine Albright

President who uses torture, excuses torture, will not prosecute torture, uses drones to kill civilians, throws Granny and her whole family under the bus to get campaign contributions, is silent about Israel's murder of civilians in Palestine, has enacted a board to stop mass atrocities. Guess whose work it is based on?
The task force, which was co-chaired by former President Bill Clinton's Pentagon chief, William Cohen, and secretary of state, Madeleine Albright, called for, among other things, the creation of an inter-agency panel overseen by the National Security Council, incorporating guidance on preventing and responding to mass atrocities into U.S military doctrine, and building the capacity of international institutions to more effectively address these threats.
Madeleine Albright's Famous Quote About the Death of 500,000 Iraqi Children to Sate US Hunger for Fall of Sadam: "We Think the Price Is Worth It"

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