And I think this speech — in this speech, you see a speech of clarity, of moral clarity, on international issues. She’s not a woman who needs 300 foreign policy advisers to tell her that the Iranian Revolutionary Guard is a terrorist group. She doesn’t need changing political winds to tell her that, as Obama did. And she’s a straight thinker, and a straight talker — >>>>>
There is a bigger problem than saying that Obama supports the Iranian Revolutionary Guard (IRG) is a terrorist group. If the IRG were a bonafide terrorist group, then the U.S. would be able to feel justified in committing the perpetual war crimes of detention, torture, rendition, etc., avoiding the Geneva Convention and other international laws against the Iranians and their own military service members. If they are not to be respected as a legitimate part of the defense forces of a sovereign nation (and are not occupying other lands by military force); then how is it that the U.S. military forces expect not to labeled as terrorist organizations, when the U.S. has already proven to be guilty of torture, murder (including women and children), illegal occupation, plundering, rape, and outright genocide?
The fact that these talking heads are spewing this loosely associated garbage is to help create some sort of tangible substance in continuing to defame and de-legitimize organizations around the world that may not be in lock-step with the imperial plans of the present U.S. administration and, of course, their helpers from abroad.
Before we get into the topic of our interpretation of their legitimacy, let us have a re-look at the criminal contract mercenaries we have in Iraq, approximately 240,000 of them and – who do not fall under the Uniform Code of Military Justice; and as of late, have a hard time following the U.S. and international laws, much less those of the Iraqis. This does not include those same U.S. troops who are razing the lands, most of whom have no idea why.