If the U.S. cared, it “would not have threatened with military intervention democratically elected governments as it has done with #Venezuela,” the Bolivian president continued in his denunciation of American violations of #InternationalLaw. “The United States could not care less about human rights nor justice. If this were the case, it would have signed the international conventions and treaties for the have protection of human rights.”
President #Trump wore a small earpiece to hear the English translation while others wear larger ones at the UN Security Council meeting.
“In no way is the United States interested in upholding democracy. If such were the case it would not have financed coups d'etat and supported dictators,” said Evo Morales, President of Bolivia.
“Morales was in a position to make the statements because Bolivia is one of the nonpermanent slots on the council. ” - The Hill, Justin Wise - 09/26/18
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Our greatest threat in thousands of years: climate change. If we don’t take action, the collapse of our civilizations and the extinction of much of the natural world is on the horizon! David Attenborough United Nations Climate Change Conference
The 9/11 commission betrayed the interests of the American people when they put the final 9/11 Report together because they downplayed the main motive and omitted several references to key testimony mentioning Israel.
Abby Martin reports on the latest violence in Israel, and speaks with author and journalist Max Blumenthal about the aspects of the story that aren't being discussed in the corporate media. I show Abby Martin talking with Max Blumenthal about Israel's latest violence and give my take and several details about what the corporate media is doing to distort the reality of Israeli Aggression against Palestinians When Israel attacked Palestinian targets following the discovery that three kidnapped Israeli teenagers had been murdered, the way TV outlets characterized the Israel actions on their July 1 newscasts was instructive. ABC World News and NBC Nightly News adopted the same language: "STRIKING BACK" Framing Israel's actions as a form of retaliation is problematic, since the airstrikes, arrests and house raids are directed at people who had nothing to do with the murders. Israel has named two suspects in the crime, Marwan Qawasmeh and Amer Abu Aisha. As the New York Times (7/1/14) and other outlets have reported, these two West Bank residents may not have a significant connection with Hamas, despite the official Israeli insistence that the Hamas government in Gaza should be held responsible for the killings. On US TV, Israel is 'Striking Back' http://www.fair.org/blog/2014/07/02/on-us-tv-israel-is-st...
"This was sensitive ground. Commissioners who argued that al-Qaeda was motivated primarily by a religious ideology -- and not by opposition to American policies -- rejected mentioning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the report. In their view, listing U.S. support for Israel as a root cause of al-Qaeda's opposition to the United States indicated that the United States should reassess that policy." p284, Thomas Kean & Lee Hamilton, Without Precedent: The Inside Story of the 9/11 Commissionhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S9VpL1kEfAY