Saturday, February 13, 2016

By their own Standards, Hillary and Albright have a “Special Place in Hell”

     By now, almost everyone must be aware of former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright’s remark, “Just remember, there’s a special place in hell for women who don’t help each other,” in the context that women who don’t vote for Hillary Clinton will go to an especially agonizing place in hell.  Clinton responded to Albright’s sexist remark with a rasping laugh and applause; then she reached for a drink.   When Clinton was asked later why she didn’t distance herself from that remark, Clinton gave out another rasping laugh and croaked condemnation of anyone who would disapprove of Albright’s “very light-hearted but pointed remark.” 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZCNhlmV-X0
     After a firestorm of protest over the remark, Albright apologized—well, no, she didn’t actually apologize apologize.  Actually, she kind of apologized.  No, come to think of it, she didn’t exactly do that either.  It’s more like, she repeated the remark, using different words.  She still implied that women who don’t vote for Hillary are failing in their responsibilities as women.  Check out Time magazine’s pro-Hillary valentine and see for yourself.   Do the visuals in that clip look anything like objective reporting?  Nahhhh.
http://time.com/4220323/madeleine-albright-place-in-hell-remark-apology/ 
     How do Albright and Clinton fare by their own standard?  Not very well.  By their own standards, there’s a special place in hell for Clinton and Albright.
      In 1995, a study by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization found that over 500,000 Iraqi children under the age of five had died under then-President Clinton’s policy of economic sanctions.  In 1976, CBS interviewer Lesley Stahl asked then-UN Ambassador Albright about it, and Albright replied, “I think this is a very hard choice, but the price—we think that the price is worth it.” 
     When you get into numbers as high as 500,000, the emotional impact of that many deaths doesn’t sink in.  Okay, try to imagine how you’d feel about a school bus loaded with 75 first graders running off a cliff and killing every child on board.  Now try to imagine that happening to 6,667 school buses, each loaded with 75 first graders.  If that many school buses were lined up in Massachusetts, the buses would stretch the entire 50 miles from Massachusetts’s northern border (New Hampshire) to its southern border (Connecticut).
     In the entire state of Arkansas, there are an estimated 192,814 children under 5 years old.  (link)  Madeleine Albright justified killing 2.6 times that many—and counting, until January 20, 2001.  Roughly half the children Albright justified killing were girls, and most of them had mothers.  To further then-President Clinton’s political power goals, Madeleine Albright said that Clinton’s mass pedocide was “worth it.”  By Albright’s own standards, she has a special place in hell for not helping women.
     What about Hillary Clinton?  How well does she support women?
     In 1991, when Anita Hill accused Supreme Court justice nominee Clarence Thomas of telling two off-color jokes her presence, Hillary Clinton and a political lawyer named Gloria Allred said that Hill, as a woman, had “a right to be believed.”  (Never mind the presumption of innocence until guilt is proven beyond a reasonable doubt.)  On this basis, they unsuccessfully tried to deny Thomas a seat on the Supreme Court.
     Also in 1991, when Juanita Broaddrick accused presidential candidate Bill Clinton of rape, Kathleen Willey accused him of sexual assault, and Paula Jones accused him of exposing his privates to her, Hillary Clinton (in Willey’s words) “wrote the book on terrorizing women." (link)   The Clinton Administration, with Hillary as enabler-in-chief, attacked Bill Clinton’s victims as “bimbos.” 
     Broaddrick was audited by the Internal Revenue Service—a favorite tool of terrorism by the powers-that-be—and charges were tossed out of court because the only two witnesses to the crime (Broaddrick and Clinton) disagreed on what had happened.  On November 29, 1993, the very day that Willey publicly accused Clinton, Willey’s husband was shot to death.  Investigators ruled it a suicide.  Paula Jones eventually accepted an $850,000 out-of-court settlement from Bill Clinton.
     Hillary Clinton’s war on women didn’t stop or start there.  Recently, an audiotaped interview surface, in which Clinton bragged and laughed about a mid-1980’s case in which she managed to free a rapist pedophile whom she knew was guilty.    Here’s the audio tape:

     Former prosecutor and Judge Jeanine Pirro showed court documents revealing that Clinton falsified evidence against the 12-year-old victim of her client—and she laughed about it.  The girl was so badly injured in the rape that she was in a coma for several days; and she can never have children.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=680oj8VC61M  Yes, Hillary did “believe the accuser” in this case, but she tormented the girl just the same, and she even laughed about it.

     Women's rights involve more than "women's issues;" they involve human rights.  As such, Clinton's treatment of the grieving mothers and widows of Benghazi is an issue here.

    Within 24 hours of the murder of four Americans at Benghazi, Clinton had emailed her daughter Chelsea and to the Egyptian prime minister, telling them the facts of how four Americans had died.  At the casket ceremony, however, Hillary Clinton lied to the mothers and widows about how their sons and husbands had died.  She also went on worldwide television and repeated the lie.  She later denied that she had ever said what she was clearly on record as having said.  When a reporter said to her that either she or the grieving mothers and widows had lied, Clinton said, "It wasn't me," callously accusing the women of lying.

     If there’s a “special place in hell for women who don’t help” other women, for whom should women vote?  Hillary Clinton or someone—whether male or female—who actually cares about people?
     When you get right down to it, Hillary Clinton can not honestly claim that her election to the presidency would "empower women," either.  Her only two claims to the presidency are the X chromosome she received from her father and the name recognition she received from her husband.

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