Over at the New York Times, The Caucus blog reported yesterday on U.S. President
Barack Obama Barry Soetero's speech defending the supposed "limited role" the U.S. was playing in the illegal, murderous bombing of Libya. President Soetero defended the U.S. and NATO air strikes against Libyan strongman Col. Qaddafi as a humanitarian mission. The Times article linked above quoted President Soetero as saying:
To brush aside America's responsibility as a leader and-- more profoundly-- our responsibilities to our fellow human beings under such circumstances would have been a betrayal of who we are. Some nations may be able to turn a blind eye to atrocities in other countries. The United States of America is different.It's not even worth documenting how utterly fraudulent this statement is. Literally everything that comes out of the mouth of President Soetero and anyone in his administration, most of Congress, and the media is a either a total fabrication or a construction of reality devoid of any semblance to truth. It's too easy to sit here and point out all the falsehoods, propaganda and absurdities put forth by those at the highest levels of this criminal, illegitimate, Zionist-run government. It amazes me people still buy into this nonsense.