オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』




さすがに本気で言ってないんじゃないかと思うけど、ロシア大使館が言うくらいだしマジでオバマ大統領はこの発言したんだろな。

「大量破壊兵器はなかったみたいですw」って他所の国を滅ぼしといてから発表してよくそんな事言えるわ。

さすがに、オバマ大統領を少しだけ尊敬している俺もびっくりだよ。

 

まぁ、アメリカ人の中では未だにイラクは悪の国「だった」とか思ってる人が大半なわけで、国内受けを狙った発言としてはありなのかもな。

 

ちなみに、日本でも知らない人は多いけど、故フセイン大統領は中東では結構支持者が多いんだよね。

宗派違いや、イラクの地理的要因で悪魔のように言う人もずいぶん多いのは事実なんだけど、反面病院や教育機関の寄付ってのを国をまたいで相当精力的にやってたんで、支持者はマジで多い。

行ったら全然印象と違うんでびっくりするよ。

 

クルド人問題についても、なんだかんだでトルコやイラクのシンパというのが多くて、クルド人の居住地域に天然資源がある関係上、独立なんか冗談じゃないって思ってる人が大半なんだ。

 

それにしても、100万人殺して、500万人以上の難民を発生させたイラク戦争と、クーデター以外で目立った死人が出てないクリミアの領有権問題、並べて比べるのは無理があると思うわ。

「武力介入しない」なんて言ってたけど、大義名分確保のために人死を起こ「させる」可能性もこの発言からにわかに漂い始めたわけで、ひょっとしたらクリミア問題は物理的にも危ない状況になるのかもしれないね。

 

 

オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』 health %e6%ad%b4%e5%8f%b2 politics international

 

結局、独裁国家を叩く、その情報の出どころは!?
ってなったら、体制と対立して亡命した奴ばっかなんだよね。
ほんとにそいつらが言うほどひどいのか、と。
北朝鮮にしたって、餓死とか国民の反乱機運とかほんとか??

 

 

オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』 health %e6%ad%b4%e5%8f%b2 politics international

 

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President Obama’s key speech in Brussels on Ukraine and attempts to isolate Russia appears to be an exercise of omission, mutually-exclusive statements and unveiled double standards.

Here’s a quick look at what Obama told an audience of some 2,000
people in his damning 30-minute speech.

“Each of us has the right to live as we choose.”

But it’s true only for those good pro-European protesters in
Kiev, who used firebombs and batons to make their point. The bad
pro-Russian residents of Crimea are not allowed to, right?

オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』 health %e6%ad%b4%e5%8f%b2 politics international

A man prepares to cast his ballot during the referendum on the status of Ukraine’s Crimea region at a polling station in Simferopol March 16, 2014 (Reuters / Vasily Fedosenko)

“Together, we’ve condemned Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and
rejected the legitimacy of the Crimean referendum.”

That’s right. Referendum = bad. Firebombs = good.

オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』 health %e6%ad%b4%e5%8f%b2 politics international

An anti-government protester throws a Molotov cocktail towards Interior Ministry members during clashes in Kiev, February 18, 2014 (Reuters / Maks Levin)

Well, Obama says Russia invaded Ukraine while the US and the EU
stayed at arm’s length and allowed things to settle down.

“Make no mistake, neither the United States nor Europe has any
interest in controlling Ukraine.”

And they absolutely didn’t send troves of officials to Kiev to
cheer up anti-government protesters. And when Deputy Secretary of
State Victoria Nuland discussed with Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt
who should and who shouldn’t be in the next Ukrainian government,
that was merely small talk between two observing diplomats.

オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』 health %e6%ad%b4%e5%8f%b2 politics international

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland (R) and U.S. Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt (2nd R) distribute bread to riot police near Independence square in Kiev December 11, 2013 (Reuters / Andrew Kravchenko)

When it comes to invasions, President Obama has a lesson or two
to teach Russians.

“We did not claim or annex Iraq’s territory. We did not grab its
resources for our own gain. Instead, we ended our war and left
Iraq to its people in a fully sovereign Iraqi state that can make
decisions about its own future.“

This sovereign nation has only token sovereignty over Kurd
territories in the north. Terrorists roam free in some rural
areas and want to carve an Islamist state of it. And deaths from
car bombs are more frequent then deaths from car accidents. A
decade of statecraft later, at least 7,800 civilians and 1,000
troops killed in 2013 alone. Mission accomplished.

オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』 health %e6%ad%b4%e5%8f%b2 politics international

ecurity officials and rescue workers collect evidence at the site of a bomb blast on outskirts of Peshawar March 14, 2014 (Reuters / Fayaz Aziz)

Obama mentioned another interventionist success story in his
speech, that of Kosovo.

“NATO only intervened after the people of Kosovo were
systematically brutalized and killed for years.”

Good point. Of course the alliance didn’t bother to get a UN
Security Council mandate and bombed the Serbian capital, killing
hundreds of civilians in the process, in violation of
international law. The same law which Obama accuses Russia of
violating with Crimea. But that was even before Bush Jr., so who
cares?

オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』 health %e6%ad%b4%e5%8f%b2 politics international

The Yugoslav Army Headquarters building hasn’t been rebuilt after being damaged by cruises missiles in April 1999 during NATO’s bombing of Serbia over Kosovo. Belgrade (AFP Photo)

“Kosovo only left Serbia after a referendum was organized – not
outside the boundaries of international law but in careful
cooperation with the United Nations, and with Kosovo’s
neighbors.”

That’s Mr. Obama’s version. What really happened was that
Kosovo’s parliament unilaterally declared independence from
Serbia and later adopted a constitution on Feb. 15, 2008. On the
same day, the US and four European states recognized Kosovo as an
independent country.



Ah, right, the referendum. Maybe President Obama meant that 1991
referendum (deemed ‘illegal’ by Serbia), whose results were
recognized by only one country, Albania?

オバマ大統領「ロシアのクリミア併合と米国のイラク問題、どっちがひどいと思ってんだ」  みんなの本音『イラクに決まってんだろ人殺し』 health %e6%ad%b4%e5%8f%b2 politics international

A woman is reflected in a mirror as she casts her ballot during voting in a referendum at a polling station in Simferopol March 16, 2014 (Reuters)

“We are confronted with the belief among some that bigger nations
can bully smaller ones to get their way — that recycled maxim
that might somehow makes right.”

World’s biggest bully preaching peace and love. And its flying
killing robots are the messengers. And guards in secret CIA
prisons are the keepers. And the NSA keeps an eye on those who
won’t listen.

As the Romans used to say, quod licet Jovi, non licet bovi (what
is allowed to Jupiter is not allowed to the bull). Well, there
are no gods sitting in Washington, and some people just don’t
want to be treated as cattle.

via: Obama says ‘bigger nations cannot simply bully smaller ones’. Wait… what? — RT News

 

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