Monday, November 14, 2005
Hillary Clinton: 'This [Wall] is Not Against Palestinians'
or To Arik With Love,
Hillary and Condi
Hillary Clinton and Condoleeza Rice didn't meet each other in Palestine although they were in the vicinity at the same time; rather, the two American pols had a "meeting of the minds" when it came to Ariel Sharon's brutal policies. I am sure that the Palestinians are reassured by Ms. Clinton's gibberish that the wall is not against them. And I am sure that they are duly edified that they must 'change their attitudes about terrorism.' I'd like to know what other ethnic group Clinton could stereotype so callously and get away with it. What craven, self serving claptrap:
“This [wall] is not against the Palestinian people. This is against terrorists. The Palestinian people have to help prevent terror. They have to change their attitudes about terrorism, starting with the Palestinian Authority and going through Palestinian society.”
Not to be outdone, we get the reiteration of her boss's incredulous 'Sharon is a man of peace' from Condoleeza Rice.
Addressing Sharon at a U.S.-Israeli symposium Sunday, Rice struck an unusually personal tone, saying: "President Bush and I admire your personal courage, your leadership and the crucial contribution to peace that you are making."
Both of these women should be vilified by every human rights organziation in the world for their blatantly immoral comments regarding the human rights of Palestinians. And it is time the US taxpayers see them for what they are: self-serving politicians with little regard for the human and civil rights of their fellow men and women.