Monday, April 10, 2017

Oh, Boo Hoo, Ambassador Ford.

One of the promoters of civil war atrocity in Syria, one of the most important promoters of Assad's removal, an operative (which is the current level of the US so called "diplomacy"). A slime bag, responsible for hundreds of thousand people killed in Syria is now expressing his "opinion" to CBS. He is everything, he is just not "diplomat"--a term whose meaning was hollowed out completely in State Department. 

The guy oozes lies and delusions from each pore of his body. I am sure Mr.Ford is a very pleasant man in person, he may even use a really good cologne, drink good Scotch and he, most likely, shaves every morning, and, I am sure, is a good family man but he is a war criminal and a waste of a human being despite being regarded by US "diplomats" as "good Arabist". He also has no clue on the warfare, and what wars bring. If he promotes this BS out of his ignorance--it is bad enough, but if he promotes this BS about chemical weapons in Syria and praising "good" missile strikes in full awareness of what is going on, then he is a willing enabler of jihadism and terrorism. Actually, he is. One has to be such an enabler to lie with the straight face while trying (trying?? Does he even have a humanity left in himself) to convince oneself that he doesn't have blood of thousand innocent people on his hands. But he does have it and he has to be reminded about this. And if not in the Syria's war crimes court which will happen, then in, who knows, higher courts which sometimes reach into dying moments to even those who disengaged their consciousness from reality completely, he will get a judgement. But then again, being a psychopath may spare one all the trouble, in the end this seems to be the most important quality required for current US political establishment. 

And not for that day and hour alone were the mind and conscience darkened of this man on whom the responsibility for what was happening lay more than on all the others who took part in it. Never to the end of his life could he understand goodness, beauty, or truth, or the significance of his actions which were too contrary to goodness and truth, too remote from everything human, for him ever to be able to grasp their meaning. He could not disavow his actions, be lauded as they were by half the world, and so he had to repudiate truth, goodness, and all humanity.

Leo Tolstoy, War And Peace, Chapter XXXVIII.


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