Human rights activists condemn the US government for supporting
a dictatorship regime in Bahrain by resuming arms suppliers.
Bahrain's "pro-democracy" protest in proportion
to its population is the largest in the Middle
East, but the Bahraini regime who frequently cracks down
on the protesters in a brutal manner has never been sectioned
or air stricken by US-led NATO.
Why is it so? You might ask.
US police's handling of the #Occupy movement in NYC, in
Oakland, in Chicago, in Denver shall suffice to explain it:
Washington and NATO are
never really interested in protecting the "human rights" except
using it as a convenient excuse to interfere, attack and
invade other sovereign nations.
And then Bahrain's geological position also provides the
clue to the answer: It locates opposite to Iran and
has been served as the headquarters for US Navy's Fifth Fleet
that is known in China as the symbol of the military
threat to China's national security.
According to sources of Foreign Policy magazine familiar
with the deal, the items on the list of sale include six
harbour security patrol vessels, air defense communications
equipment systems for Bahrain's ground-based radars, AMRAAM
air-to-air missile systems, Seahawk helicopters, Avenger
air-defense systems, refurbishment items for Cobra helicopters,
night-vision equipment and upgraded F-16 fighter jet engines.
The protesters rallying in Bahraini streets shall be able
to realise quickly who their true enemies are. (More at RussiaToday)
While US government militarily supports Bahrain dictator
amidst his bloody raid on "pro-democracy" movement,
Hillary Clinton flied to China to defend the "human
rights" of a blind
activist who was first smuggled to US's Beijing embassy
by the men from US's
Beijing embassy, then, along with his family, brought
to America to study for his master's degree with free flight
tickets, free accommodation and free tuition fees.
Below are some responses to the news "Chen Guangcheng:
Chinese Dissident Leaves for US" at gma.yahoo.com:
I have a disabled daughter (42 years
old) that's is truly disabled and has been waiting 2 years
to get Gov't. help. I know because I've been paying her bills.
I'll bet this "dissident" has received more US
Gov't. money in the last 3 weeks than she will get in 3 lifetimes,
assuming she does get.
Need you ask why the world laughs
at the USA !!!
What does the U.S. gain from doing
this? Why not save the money and help those poor and blind
Americans at home instead?
am I the only one that thinks US
government is blind, not this guy???
Great! now he can fight for our human
How long before he gets a phone call
from Obama and an invite to the White house for a campaign
He will be supported by private foundation
funds ?? These funds are USA tax deductible . THE SUCKER
USA TAX PAYERS WILL PICK UP HIS BILLS !!!
and who pays for him to do what he
wants while we work ourselves to death
Wish the media and our government
would take notice of the problems in our own country.
Just what we need, more mouth's to
feed. so are government can stick their nose 's in their
life. When they can not take care of people in this country
who have lived here all there life.
I wish Hillary would fly to the White
House and negotiate a better deal for the American people.
He will be shock to realize that
America is not what he thought it would be! Americans work
hard to make ends meet and our govt. has it's own problems...
We don't have gold paved streets. This guy, a human rights
activist or not, is so annoying! Why do we have to rescue
him and his family when...
... 我们的马路并非是金子铺成的。这个人，不管他是不是人权斗士，都叫我气不打一处来！凭什么我们要搭救他和他的家人 ...
U.S. don't need Chen, and he'll be
a problem in this country. Why taxpayers money is spend for
him and his family living expenses & etc.? I'm still
unemployed and the government is even planning to stop the
unemployment benefits. We need demonstrations in New York
, where Chen will live to show.