Covering Hillary and Obama Complicity: State Dept Removes References to ISIS ‘Genocide’ Against Christians
The U.S. State Department’s top lawyers are, under the Trump administration, systematically removing the word ‘genocide’ to describe the Islamic State’s mass slaughter of Christians, Yazidis, and other ethnic minorities in Iraq and Syria from speeches before they are delivered and other official documents, according to human rights activists and attorneys familiar with the policies.
Richard Visek, who was appointed by President Obama (and kept by President Trump) as head the State Department’s Office of Legal Adviser in October 2016, is behind the decision to remove the word “genocide” from official documents, according to Nina Shea, an international human rights lawyer who directs the Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom.
“I don’t think for a minute it’s a bureaucratic decision—it’s ideological,” said Shea, who also spent 12 years as a commissioner on the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom from 1999 to 2012.
It is ideological and also a survival tactic. State Department lawyers are just covering the complicity tracks of their former bosses. Because Obama and former State Secretary Hillary Clinton were behind the creation of ISIS, with the assistance of Saudi Arabia, to accuse ISIS of genocide against Christians is to imply an acknowledgment that Obama, Hillary and the Saudi dictatorship are accomplices of genocide.
Who does not know that they are accomplices?
May 2015 WND (WorldNetDaily) report: “Declassified docs: Hillary aided rise of ISIS.”
November 2015 WND report: “Russia: U.S. actually helped ISIS.”
August 2016 WND report: “Trump: Obama is ‘founder of ISIS.’”
If the Nuremberg legal code and example held some value, Obama, Hillary and the Saudis should be tried, judged, condemned and hanged for crimes against the humankind.
With information from FoxNews.
Portuguese version of this article: Encobrindo os rastros de cumplicidade de Hillary e Obama: Advogados do Departamento de Estado dos EUA removendo referências ao “genocido” do ISIS contra os cristãos
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