Prior to this past election day, I wrote quite frequently on my social media accounts about Hillary Clinton’s political career. With a special focus on the corruption that was being buried in main stream media. With her defeat came an uprising on my social media accounts from those that had (unbeknownst to me) supported her not being able to accept the election results. I had never seen my Facebook feed so divided and I was surprised by the number of Pro-Resistence/ Pro-Pali/Pro-Syria/Pro-Yemen/Pro-Libya/Pro-Iraq friends that had expressed dissatisfaction that she did not win. I wasn’t aware that any of my friends supported Clinton till the day after she lost! If my inability to empathize with them during their mourning of her campaign loss is seen as being insensitive then so be it. I’ve clearly proved that I’m anti-Clinton for factual reasons, one of which being that she is a bloody war propagator. The ones that support her can’t really justify their simultaneous Pro-Clinton and Pro-Assad stances, it’s an oxymoron, completely undeniably illogical and is a quite frankly insulting to those of us who have been personally affected by her decisions under the Obama administration in Syria.
I explained to my “liberal/democratic/left” friends that Hillary is not liberal by definition! She is the candidate of Wall Street. Even more dangerous, is that she is the candidate of the military-industrial complex. Her so-called foreign policy “experience” has been to support every war demanded by the US deep security state run by the military and the CIA. Hillary is a staunch neocon whose record of favoring American led war’s in the Middle East has cost us trillions of dollars and more importantly millions of lives! I’ve heard some say “but things were good during her husband’s presidency”Excuse me? Did you happen to forget the financial collapse and how his presidency set the stage for unending war. On October 31, 1998 President Clinton signed the Iraq Liberation Act that made it official US policy to support “regime change” in Iraq. “It should be the policy of the United States to support efforts to remove the regime headed by Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq and to promote the emergence of a democratic government to replace that regime.” Hillary was a Senator in 2003 and a staunch supporter of the Iraq War, which has cost the US trillions of dollars, thousands of lives, and done more to create ISIS and Middle East instability than any other single decision of modern foreign policy. “Hillary’s record as Secretary of State is among the most militaristic, and disastrous, of modern US history. Some experience. Hilary was a staunch defender of the military-industrial-intelligence complex at every turn, helping to spread the Iraq mayhem over a swath of violence that now stretches from Mali to Afghanistan. Two disasters loom largest: Libya and Syria.” “Hillary has been much attacked for the deaths of US diplomats in Benghazi, but her tireless promotion of the overthrow Muammar Qaddafi by NATO bombing is the far graver disaster. Hillary strongly promoted NATO-led regime change in Libya, not only in violation of international law but counter to the most basic good judgment. After the NATO bombing, Libya descended into civil war while the paramilitaries and unsecured arms stashes in Libya quickly spread west across the African Sahel and east to Syria. The Libyan disaster has spawned war in Mali, fed weapons to Boko Haram in Nigeria, and fueled ISIS in Syria and Iraq. In the meantime, Hillary found it hilarious to declare of Qaddafi: “We came, we saw, he died.” “Perhaps the crowning disaster of this long list of disasters has been Hillary’s relentless promotion of CIA-led regime change in Syria. Once again Hillary bought into the CIA propaganda that regime change to remove twice elected President Dr. Bashar Al Assad would be quick, costless, and surely successful. In August 2011, Hillary led the US into disaster with her declaration Assad must “get out of the way,” backed by secret CIA operations.”
Some have criticized my social media posts as being primarily focused on Geo-politics and foreign policy. To which I have responded that we each have our specific messages to relay using our social media platform. My message is focused on the injustice, war, famine, and brutal murders being committed in the Middle East. I owe it to my family, friends, heritage, birthplace, country, culture, to speak up for it.
President Trump has been in office for a few weeks and has already proven to be committed to executing his campaign promises. Some of which we will deem as good, some we will deem as bad. We have to see how things will unfold. We need to call him out on his bad decisions and mention the good just the same. I will not make excuses for him or coverup for any bad decisions he makes. I don’t blindly follow any son of Adam let alone a politician. Even if he was not one prior to becoming POTUS.
As President Dr. Bashar Al Assad recently said during an interview with a Japanese reporter. “Mr. Trump is unpredictable”. I think that pretty much sums it up. At the end of the day, do I still think we dodged a bullet with Hillary Clinton? Yes. To what extent is still to be seen.
Read this article for a more detailed explanation of her neocon, war propagating foreign policy experiences. http://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/9168938