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Osama Bin Laden is Killed. Justice?

How Americans apply the Rule of Law:  Simply make an accusation, then justify that accusation by summary execution. That’s the NEW “legal” proof or evidence necessary to enforce summary judgment, a simple accusation. (Once the bastards are dead, who needs proof?)

I think Allan Nairn said it best this morning on Democracy Now when he said, “‘One Killer Killing Another’: Journalist and Activist Allan Nairn on Obama’s Targeted Killing of Bin Laden” – The issue in plain terms.

Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton said this morning, “[T]hat America will continue “relentlessly pursuing the murderers who target innocent people.” Clinton also said the attacks (on “innocent people”) were “motivated by a violent ideology that holds no value for human life or regard for human dignity.”

Where is the difference in the “heinous ideology” that wantonly kills innocent civilians and that of the United States and its proxy killers? The difference is the untold number murdered every day – the untold thousands the United States killed since instituting and supporting death squads and extra-judicial murders. The doctrine is exactly the same with the same results.

George W. Bush says:  “The fight against terror goes on, but tonight America has sent an unmistakable message: ‘No matter how long it takes, justice will be done’.” This is the message these Presidents send to the world: Beware American Justice.

What is so amazing is how people like Hillary Clinton are unable to understand or comprehend why and what the young people across the world are fighting for. She says:  “History will record that bin Laden’s death came at time of great movements towards freedom and democracy, at a time when the people across the Middle East and North Africa are rejecting the extremist narrative,” she said. “There is no better rebuke to al Qaida and its heinous ideology.” Who’s “extremist narrative” is she talking about? Is it not that same “extremist narrative” she invokes and supports, having done so for decades, these brutal despots that, on a simple accusation, wantonly torture, indefinitely imprison and murder innocent civilians?
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–Joe

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