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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Kerry's moronic Holocaust comparison

John Kerry is speaking at the University of Virginia on Wednesday.

This quote - tweeted by Hillary Krieger of JPost - is about as moronic as it gets.



Most Africans who have died 'in our lifetime' (a much longer period of time than the six years in which the Holocaust took place) have died of famine. The Obama administration's answer to famine... is to give the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt F-16's.

In Sudan, where Muslims have systemically murdered non-Muslims, the US has largely been silent. In any event, there is no comparison of numbers to the Holocaust, and there is no comparison of torture to the Holocaust.

In Somalia, where the US could have done something in 1993, the Clinton administration backed off.

But the bottom line is that 2 million 'in our lifetime' pales compared to 6 million in six years. 

This isn't the first time we've seen a high ranking member of the Obama administration attempt to cheapen the Holocaust. And unfortunately, it probably won't be the last.

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2 Comments:

At 9:24 PM, Blogger Captain.H said...

I see Secretary Swiftboat will be speaking on the topic "Investing in a Strong Foreign Policy". Yeah, right.

Be very careful whenever you hear or read a Democrat use the word "invest" or "investing". That's their euphemism for spending, for throwing away lot of taxpayers' money. For example "Investing" an easy billion bucks for 20 new F-16s for the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood. "Investing" another $700 million that Obama & Co. want to give to the "Palestinian Authority", aka Thugs & Thieves, Inc. ($500 million that the House committee wisely previously froze when the Palis went to the UN for "statehood", plus another $200 million.)

The Democrats are to "investing in a strong foreign policy" what the Titanic was to "a safe voyage".

 
At 11:35 PM, Blogger Findalis said...

Actually 1 million people were murdered in the Congo conflict. Another million were murdered in Darfur. I won't mention the killings in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Or the killings in Uganda, Kenya or Nigeria.

It is estimated that 4 million men, women and children were murdered in the last 3 decades not by famine but by their fellow men for the reasons of the wrong religion or the wrong tribe.

I am sure the number of famine victims is the same, but not all the deaths in Africa are from famine.

 

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