Courts may not hold War Criminals accountable, but the people can.
"You killed half a million Iraqi children!" someone screams at Mad Maddie Albright. "You have blood on your hands!"
"I do actually believe in free speech," Mad Maddie declares as the first protester is led away. That's a War Criminal for you, speak up for free speech only after your security team has removed anyone you think might speak freely. She gives up that supposed belief once she realizes more than one protester remains present.
The second clip shows a protester declaring, "Madeline Albright is a War Criminal. A War Criminal."
To this protester, Mad Maddie says, "I respect your right to talk. I would like you to respect mine." But what of the half a million Iraqis who can't respond, who can't speak because you killed them Madeline with your sanctions? Sanctions you later insisted were appropriate. When questioned by Lesley Stahl for 60 MINUTES, you infamously said, "We think the price was worth it."
She goes on to insist that "people came here to listen to me and not you."
No one should listen to Mad Maddie except the guard who slides her meals through the opening in her cell.
"You're a War Criminal who should be in jail!" insist the protester in the third clip. Some of the assembled whine, "Get out! Get out!" because they're Team Maggie which means there's a special place in hell for them right to next to Mad Maddie.
These disgusting people get even more upset in the fourth video and steal the banner from the protester who insist "You're a War Criminal."
In the next clip, a protester calls her out for the 500,000 Iraqi kids she's killed.
"I could spend a lot of time explaining what happened in Iraq," Maddie says in a bored tone. Really? Why don't you start off by explaining how you made money off of the Iraq War in 2003? It wasn't just James Baker that Naomi Klein was reporting on. You're a whore Maddie, you always have been, you always will be. Get back to your brothel, you public menace.
The disgusting trash assembled goes on to giggle with Maddie.
The blood of 500,000 children is funny to them.
They're probably the same type that is outraged when an American child is killed.
Excuse me, they're probably the same type that is outraged when a White American child is killed.
But they think the deaths of 500,000 children is a funny joke as long as those children were Iraqi.
Shame on them.
She was part of the 2003 war effort, the effort that continues to this day, the war that continues to this day.
Mohammed Ebraheem (IRAQI NEWS) reports a Ramadi car bombing left two people injured. ALSUMARIA notes 1 person was shot dead in Baghdad. Last night, Margaret Griffis (ANTIWAR.COM) reported 93 killed across Iraq. With little comment or attention from the US press, violence continues (and increases) in Iraq.
It's campaign season ahead of the May 12 elections and, if you doubted that, enter Zainab Arif Basri. ALSUMARIA reports Basri has castigated Prime Minister Hayder al-Abadi for not realizing elements of ISIS and the Ba'ath Party are both working in jobs with the Iraqi national intelligence. The proof? No proof, just more baseless charges from Basri. Basri is demanding that Hayder immediately address this situation. Not noted in the report, Basri belongs with who? That's right, it's a Nouri al-Maliki flunky. Basri is a member of former prime minister and forever thug Nouri's State of Law. Basri last got major attention in Iraq last year by insisting Nouri would return as prime minister. These baseless charges are part of Bari's efforts to ensure that happens.
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The Iraqi people are concerned about real issues and the fact that, despite repeated elections, their government has failed to improve their lives. This is not what they have been promised with this system and it is not what they have been promised in each round of elections since the 2003 US-led invasion.
Mina Aldroubi (THE NATIONAL) reports that Iraq's Vice Presdient Ayad Allawi stated that the crises (plural) in Iraq will not be resolved by the elections, that Iraq has to go beyond sectarian division and move towards inclusion as well as step away from foreign interference.
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Moqtada is the Shi'ite cleric and movement leader whose party will most likely elect MPs in the double digits this election if past elections are any indication. THE NATIONAL reports that he has also declared that Iraq is not be working with Turkey to confront the PKK despite the claim of the Turkish government that they have an agreement with the government of Iraq on this.
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