Latin Americans whose citizenship lay with Latin American Countries have all the right to ask questions, just not from within the United States with the expectation that that is a right granted to foreigners and up held by the people and government of the U.S.. They don't have to be constantly threatened and live in fear. They have all the right in the world to try to stand up in their country and fight for what they think is right without the help/ aid of the United States in my opinion.
If The people of Africa are hardworking, creative and talented, then why don't they find a way to stop poverty and hardship in large parts of Africa? China is doing it for itself. They made sure that the world could not deny them anylonger without direct help or propotion from the U.S. governent. They have the right to ask why their enormous wealth – including minerals – is being looted, despite the fact that they need it more than others, but at the same time are responsible for the welfare of their own people. It's bad leadership in Africa causing famine, strife, and hunger. Bad social skills with corrupt infrastructure and rampant disease that prevent anyone outside of Africa from taking Africa Serious. Africas' own self inflicted denial of the real world racism, hypocracy, and lack of drive to not only survive, but conquer in the best intrest of it's true people attitude along with self pity, selfishness that make her a plague on Global Society.
Again, what does such actions corresponding or not to the teachings Of Christ and the tenets of human rights have to do with mans laws, rules and practices as well as interpretation have to do with anything?
The brave and faithful people of Iran too have many questions and grievances, including: the coup d’etat of 1953 and the subsequent toppling of the legal government of the day, opposition to the Islamic revolution, transformation of an Embassy into a headquarters supporting the activities of those opposing the Islamic Republic (many thousands of pages of documents corroborate this claim), support for Saddam in the war waged against Iran, the shooting down of the Iranian passenger plane, freezing the assets of the Iranian nation, increasing threats, anger and displeasure vis-à-vis the scientific and nuclear progress of the Iranian nation just when all Iranians are jubilant and celebrating their country’s progress.
If that is the question, my response is that we are just doing what is best for the American public by protecting our intrest by any means necissary. Any country around the world can do what it feels is best for that country as long as it doesn't threaten the U.S.'s definition of a free and democratic society. Meaning as long as a particular country lets the U.S. reap a win win situation on all deals, they are a friend. As long as any country doesn't make it hard for the U.S. to continue to control/ police the world, they are a friend. As long as no other country openly challenges or expresses the idea that they are a better country or boast a better econoy or overall society under a different system or different intupretation of a Democracy, then they are just fine in our book.
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