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By davidswanson - Posted on 04 March 2010
The news or investigative report clip is interesting, but I would not recommend BBC as a sufficient source. It might be in this case, but the report, analysis, ... is short, so I suspect that it's definitely not really sufficient for a serious understanding of Liberia's situation. That there have been vultures, people preying upon, profiting from troubles or serious troubles in the country is a duh sort of matter; for it's globally common. So that the BBC reports this does not make the report sufficient, I think. There's likely more that we should be informed about; without meaning more as in evils about Liberia. I'm not concerned about that; I'm concerned about what international parties have really done there. That's what I question.
The BBC produces propaganda of deception and while this piece about Liberia might not contain any lies, I nevertheless don't trust the BBC. And when regular liars occasionally tell the truth, then I wish to wonder why; what the real purpose is, for it could be related to a deception. We can tell the truth about a topic or subject that we decide is not strategically important to us in order to try to distract attention from crimes we strategically commit for our more strategically important aims. There're too many possibilities to neglect any, all while we nevertheless need to support, defend human rights, and so on. The "game" is not simple and requires being alert at all times. If the West is going "soft" regarding Liberia, then I support the rights of everyone, especially victims, the oppressed, etcetera, but why would the West's "leaders" be doing this, for it's not truly of their ways? Deception, and that also means distraction, however, is part of their ways.
The "leaders" are supreme cons. They can use truths in order to deceive. But all peoples, populations need to have their rights and dignity [respected]. So I can't oppose correction vis-a-vis Liberians or anyone else; but I can nevertheless wonder about why our hell-train "leaders" are proposing due corrections while they are carrying on theatre wars of wholly criminal nature, besides other extreme crimes.
The video report doesn't say that U.S. "leaders" are involved, only saying what the UK political "leadership" has done or is doing, or trying to do; but the two "leaderships" interrelate en masse, work together, so ...?
If U.S. "leadership" backs freedom, ... for Liberians, then what about Haitians, Venezuelans, Cubans, Hondurans, ..., Iraqis, Afghans, ...? Once there's lack of integrity, then question the motives or purposes of what are apparently good acts mixed or combined with a lot of hypocrisy, hegemony, .... A little good combined with a lot of evil doesn't make for a good outcome.
What's needed most of all is to be rid of this corrupt "leadership".
Maybe the UK is trying to keep eyes and minds off of or away from the UK's hegemony, ... vis-a-vis Argentina and its oil reserves?
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