Western human rights a mirage


NON-Europeans who have been following the so-called ‘migrant crisis in Europe’ should by now be informed enough to know that human rights as understood by Europeans are exclusive of them.
Their human rights are a mirage unattainable right to eternity.
And, it is interesting to go back in time and see just how the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq in many ways re-defined the arrogant self-righteousness of the American and European slave master into a callous racism that arbitrarily twists United Nations Rule of Law to exclusively serve Western interests.
Transcript of George Bush’s 2003 Declaration of War on Iraq
“My fellow citizens, the UN Security Council has not lived up to its responsibilities, so, we will rise to ours.
“Saddam Hussein and his sons must leave Iraq within 48 hours.
“Their refusal to do so will result in military conflict commenced at a time of our choosing.
“For their own safety, all foreign nationals including journalists and inspectors should leave Iraq immediately.
“Many Iraqis can hear me tonight in a translated broadcast and I have a message for them.
“If we must begin a military campaign, it will be directed against the lawless men who rule your country and not against you.
“Your fate will depend on your actions and it will be no defence to say I was just following orders.
“It is too late for Saddam Hussein to remain in power.
“We will tear down the apparatus of terror and we will help you build a new Iraq that is prosperous and free.”
It is needless to say that Iraqis were more prosperous under Saddam than they are today.
During the first few days of fighting, both sides captured prisoners of war but, their treatment would be different.
In his declaration of war, Bush had already warned Iraqis: “Your fate will depend on your actions, and it will be no defence to say I was just following orders.”
Iraqis were supposed to fold their hands even as their homes were razed to the ground and their children massacred by over 380 000 white invaders.
And, indeed, the fate of those who resisted the invaders was leaked by a concerned insider from the notorious Abu Ghraib Prison where one of the victims was an Iraqi called Emad Al-Jenab.
CNN reported that; “There was so much abuse at Abu Ghraib Prison that he (Emad Al-Jenab) can’t even pick himself in the humiliating photos.”
Emad Al-Jenab himself had this to say; “They took off my clothes and started taking photos of me in shameful positions.
“I was helpless and hand-cuffed and they chose the positions they wanted for the pictures.”
Among other things, they were forced to perform homosexual acts on each other.
And, since then, Americans and Europeans have declared homosexuality into a ‘human right’ not to be embraced, but forced onto their victims.
Meanwhile, Al Jazeera broadcasted American prisoners of war (US Pow) being interviewed by their Iraqi captors.
The following are transcripts of two interviews:
Interview One
Iraqi: “Where are you came from America?” (sic)
US Pow: “From Kansas.”
Iraqi: “Why do you come?”
US Pow: “Because I was told to come here.
“I just follow orders.”
Interview Two
To the question: “Why do you come from Texas to Iraq?” Specialist Joseph Parson 585650287 replied: “I follow orders.”
Bush’s response was: “I was told early this morning that perhaps our troops were captured and if there is somebody captured, I expect those people to be treated humanely … the pows are expected to be treated humanely,” and he stammered when he added, “Just like we are treating the prisoners that we have captured humanely.”
Bush stammered because what was happening to Iraq prisoners of war at the notorious Abu Ghraib Prison was far from humane.
And worse would happen in Guantanamo Bay Prison where many more Iraqis arbitrarily arrested by the champions of human rights would be detained and tortured without trial.
It did not matter to US and European champions of human rights that Article Five of the United Nations Universal Human Rights Charter clearly defended all human beings from torture, cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment and punishment.
Those defending Iraq were expected to accept that while they had been warned that it would be unacceptable for them to defend themselves or follow orders to defend themselves, Bush required them to accept the same reason being used to immunise captured American invaders from being accountable for their actions.
Americans and Europeans who had invaded Iraq purportedly because ‘the UN Security Council (had) not lived up to its responsibilities’ were in their own treatment of Iraq pows contemptuously violating the very founding principle of the United Nations Universal Human Rights Charter: “All human beings are born with equal and inalienable rights and freedoms.”
There was a total and arrogant absence of reason and conscience that should have defined a spirit of brotherhood towards their innocent victims.
Transcript of Bush’s confession
Bush was later to admit: “The main reason we went to Iraq at the time was because we thought he (Saddam) had weapons of mass destruction.
“It turns out he didn’t, BUT, he had the capacity.”
And, as it turns out everyone had the capacity
But, by then, close to two million Iraqis had already died as a result of the invasion by the US and European champions of human rights.
Millions more had their homes razed to the ground and of those millions, just mere thousands are being denied shelter by the very same Americans and Europeans who destroyed their homes.
Their right to life, liberty and security as defined by Article Three of the Universal Human Rights Charter has been arbitrarily withdrawn by the invaders
Yes indeed, those who have been following the so-called ‘migrant crisis in Europe’ should now be in a position to see and be outraged by how the shamelessness of the American and European invaders of Iraqi is today shaping a similar shamelessness in the destruction of every other nation in possession of useful resources.
Universal human rights are being invoked only when doing so serves Western interests!


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