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Americans Praise Sri Lankan Politicians who Orchestrated GenocideTim King Salem-News.com
Meet twelve of the American Nazi's, standing up for state terrorism as Sri Lanka stands before a war crime commission in Geneva.
(SALEM) - It isn't enough that American politicians almost unilateral support Israel's apartheid politics of injustice, and the constant murder and destruction of Palestinians; now 12 senior U.S. politicians are standing up for the Genocidal leaders of Sri Lanka who sent up to 160,000 people to their graves in 2009 for their affiliation with the wrong religion, for being members of a minority, ethnic culture.
The letter and information below, is proof positive that Americans are as bad as any government that has ever existed, Sri Lanka's Genocide isn't some joke or exaggeration, it is the most heinous case of state terrorism in modern history, that is if you overlook the Iraq war.
Women and little girls gang raped to death, little kids hung by their necks execution-style, thousands of civilians told to enter 'safe zones' and then targeted and blown to smithereens. This is the government of Sri Lanka and it is in Geneva right now in front of the United Nations Human Rights Commission, who are evaluating war crime charges for the bloody massacre that spanned from 2005 to 2009.
Since these politicians have place their names behind this 'support' of war criminals, I suggest that our readers write to them, each one, and make them answer for this, make them accountable, write stories, expose their treacherous ways that support the gruesome killings that left tens of thousands without parents, without children, widowed, forgotten. And the crimes continue constantly in Sri Lanka, terrible brutality toward the minority Tamil population is a daily regimen.
Jack Kingston (R-Georgia), Ben Chandler (D-Kentucky), Healh Shular (D-North Carolina), Daniel Lipinski (D-Illinois), Dave Riechert (R-Washington), Jeff Dundan (R-South Carolina), Michael T. McCaul (R-Texas), Frank Pallone (D-New Jersey), Mike Pompeo (R-Kansas), Judy Chu (D-California), Hansen Clarke (D-Michigan) and Ed Royce (R-California).
These lawmakers view the terror campaign against the Sri Lankan Tamils as, 'An opportunity to move forward" and wouldn't have those Nazi's in the Third Reich facing prosecution for their crimes have loved that reasoning?
Truly, these are people who have no business in office, they are supporters of cruel murderers and rapists and they favor governments that murder their own citizens.
Text of letter:
After three decades of internal strife, Sri Lanka has an opportunity to move forward as a unified nation guided by its democratic ideals and institutions. The United States and Sri Lanka have a proud history of mutual commitment, and we believe that strong American support can have a significant mutual benefit and positive influence on Sri Lanka’s future economic and social prosperity.
‘In post-conflict Sri Lanka, we are encouraged by significant progress in resettling almost all of the hundreds of thousands of internally displaced persons and providing family reunification, vocational training and job placement for those Sri Lankans. In addition, we are encouraged by the ongoing negotiations with minority political parties and the strengthening of the democratic process. We welcome Sri Lanka’s willingness to preemptively report on its civil conflict by establishing a politically diverse and independent Lessons Learnt and Reconciliation Commission. As Sri Lanka pursues these positive steps, it should know it has a friend in the United States.
‘A strong relationship between the United States and Sri Lanka supports joint economic prosperity in areas of trade, job creation and foreign direct investment. Of particular note, we understand that Sri Lanka has opened dialogues with a number of US companies for the acquisition of heavy equipment, aircraft, energy technologies and other products necessary for its development efforts. In addition, we look forward to opportunities to strengthen our mutual strategic interests in foreign policy and defence by maintaining the peace in the waterways near and along the Indian Ocean and continuing a military training partnership.
‘For the first time in more than a generation, the United States has an opportunity to develop a relationship with a united Sri Lanka. Accordingly, we urge your Administration to take steps to strengthen our ties with Sri Lanka.
Jack Kingston (R-Georgia)
These politicians speak with forked tongues; people in Sri Lanka remain missing, I hear from displaced family members frequently through our coverage of this important, ignored story.
I have to wonder if these American politicians are extremely stupid, uninformed, or if they just aren't phased by the knowledge of what happened. Maybe they have accepted their place in the world as representatives of a government that would have attacked Iraq on bogus information and killed up to a million and a half people. Maybe they are anti-Hindu and anti-Christian, since those are the people the Sinhalese Buddhist government of Sri Lanka slaughtered.
Jack Kingston is one of many people in America today who have no concern for the crimes committed against humanity, and the same goes for the other 11, no wonder the U.S. is so heavily compromised today on every level, with politics and media leading the pack of wolves.
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