The Genocide Game Continue: Russia Condemns America’s Human Rights Record


Can You Imagine this Shit?

American gave the world so many great things and now for Russia to condemn our Human Rights Record. Let me illustrate what I mean. I will list what the Russian seem to have a beef about and I will show you as the greatest patriot of My Generation, how these claims have been refuted:

Russian Claim #1

Russia accused the United States on Monday of double standards on human rights.

Rebuttal:  What the Russians don’t understand is that while legally all Americans are considered human beings socially we don’t believe this to be true.  For those who are considered human socially, legally, judicially and politically they are treated rather fairly

Russian Claim #2

United States used human rights as a pretext for meddling in the affairs of sovereign states around the world.

Rebuttal:  Meddling is defined as to interfere in or busy oneself unduly with something that is not one’s concern. American don’t meddle. We involve ourselves  for our own future monetary and vacation concern. Libya is gonna be  the next top stop for cheap gas and Mediterranean Beaches.

Side Note:  Americans love bananas, sugar, tropical fruits that why we annexed Hawaii and started the Banana Wars – were a series of occupations, police actions, and interventions involving the United States in Central America and the Caribbean. Reasons for these conflicts were varied but largely economic in nature. The conflicts were called “Banana Wars,” a term that arose from the connections between these interventions and the preservation of American commercial interests in the region. Most prominently, the United Fruit Company had significant financial stakes in production of bananas, tobacco, sugar cane, and various other products throughout the Caribbean, Central America and Northern South America.

Russian Claim #3

Harsh conditions in American prisons, the use of the death penalty and the mistreatment of adopted children .

Rebuttal: One thing in common with American Prisoners, Those on death row and adopted children is that they can all can get Coca-Cola, sugar-free chewing gum, cigarettes, and conjugal visit type sex.

The Genocide Game Continues

There are 15 members of the Security Council, consisting of five veto-wielding permanent members—China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States—based on the great powers that were the victors of World War II.

Each of the 5 permanent members have been involved in committing atrocities some domestically some abroad, they are all nuclear powers and I imagine always make sure their imperialistic wants and needs are always met quite often at the expense of truth, justice and fairness.

These countries are all armed to the teeth and not stupid enough to militarily provoke each other so they resort to diplomatic games and clandestinely frustrating each other’s plans. The problem is when they engage in activities that make them bump heads with each others.

Basic Rule

The Basic Rule is  that everyone overlooks current and historical transgressions and as compensation for doing so, they support the groups  collective interests as much as possible.

This ‘beef’ with Russia start when Congress considered a bill that would require the U.S. government to impose sanctions on people believed responsible for the death of Sergei Magnitsky, an anti-corruption lawyer who died in a Moscow jail in 2009, and other human rights violators.

So Russia’s calling out the US for human rights is just a reminder to play by the rules of the game. No need to worry :-)

We gave the world Coca-Cola, SPAM, the situational Comedy sitcom, free radiation and devastation from Hiroshima, and Nagasaki. These are all services to humanity. There is no way we are guilty of human rights violations.

Check out other features in this series

  1. The Genocide Game: America’s Subtle Denial of the Armenian Genocide
  2. The Genocide Game – France Turkey Revisionist History and the Many Flavors of the same Shit
  3. The Armenian Genocide, Turkey’s Moral Somnolence, and Syria