“Ours is a world of nuclear gaints and ethical infants. We know about war than we know about peace, more about killing than we about living,” – General Omar Nelson Bradely, US Joint Chief of Staff during 1949-53 (d. April 8, 1981).
Barack Obama is his Nobel Peace Prize speech was full of rhetorical outing borrowed from Rev. Martin Luther King and Areil Sharon. His speech, as expected, was hailed as “rational, humble, realistic and visionary” by the Zionist-controlled mainstream media. Why? Because, while talking “peace and justice for all” from one side of his mouth – he gave green signal to all the colonialists to carry-on the slaughter of innocent people in the name of “a Just War”, the word he mentioned 44 times. And who would no better than the Afghanis, Pakistanis and Palestinians – what Obama meant by the “Just Wars”. Was not it the US and Israel the only two countries which voted against 153 UN assembly members on Resolution A/RES/42/159 on December 7, 1987 that stated:
“Reaffirming also the inalienable right to self-determination and independence of all peoples under colonial and racist regimes and other forms of alien domination, and upholding the legitimacy of their struggle, in particular the struggle of national liberation movements, in accordance with the purposes and principles of the Charter and of the Declaration on Principles of International Law concerning Friendly Relations and Co-operation among States in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations……..”
One can also learn the definition of the West’s “just wars” from the famous Muslim-hater, Dr. Samuel Huntington, who in his book Clash of Civilizations, wrote: “The West won the world not by the superiority of its ideas or values or religion, but rather by its superiority in applying organized violence. Westerners often forget this fact; non-Westerners never do.”
The Judo-Christian colonial leaders learn their sense of superiority from the texts of their holy books. For example: “We know that we are of God and that the whole world lies in the power of the evil one (John 5:19)”. Or “The gentiles are outside the protection of the law and God has “exposed their money to Israel (Talmud, Baba Kamma 37b)”.
Mohamed Khodr in his recent article, titled Obama and Western Civilizations: Hypocritical Rhetoric and Righeous Holocausts, wrote:
“Europe in the Post Enlightenment period alone has been the bloodiest continent in history accounting for tens of millions of dead civilians and the widest destruction of its cities. Abroad European imperialism resulted in additional tens of millions of dead Unpeople, all for greed and self enrichment. European powers saw no moral injustice or hindrance as they divided continents and created artificial nations under their separate rule or influence without the slightest regard for the indigenous populations.
While a “Just War” is a Western righteous principle it is neither acceptable nor tolerated by the West when the Unpeople invoke the same right to fight Western and Zionist oppression and colonialism. For every lofty rhetoric ever uttered by a western leader that the world must uphold the moral values of justice, freedom, equality and independence from dictators and oppressors, Israel is always excluded from upholding these moral values, for Israel is above Western interests and international law. Freedom and self worth is the sole prerogative of the white man. Obama’s speech was littered with hypocrisy and double standards, but delivered with arrogant assurance that belies his weakness, insecurity, and his dependence on his White House advisors who are incidentally mostly Jewish and staunchly Pro-Israel.
Militarily, the U.S. is the sole superpower in the world. It has the largest military budget in the world (over $600 Billion) comprising 41.5% of the world share. It has over 700 military bases in over 130 countries. It also is the premier seller of arms to the world accounting for 41% of all world sales, primarily to hotspots such as the Middle East and Asia. The five members of the Security Council, keepers of the peace, account for 76% of all world arms sales, often to both sides of a conflict. Comparatively, the entire U.N. budget is only 1.8% of the world’s military budget. War is profitable, peace is not……”
And finally a civilization comparison by Martin WainWright in ‘Our Debt to Islam’: “While the barbarians smashed and burned in western Europe, the Arabs and Persians used the libaries of Alexandria and Asia Minor, translated the scrolls and took them to Baghdad and far beyond. In distant Bukhara on the Silk Road to China, a teenager called Abu Ali Ibn Sina was engrossed in Aristotle’s Metaphysics at the age of 17. The year was AD997 and the text – central to the subsequent development of philosophy – had long been lost and unknown in western Europe…”