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Greatest War Criminal Of Twenty-First Century Running For Office

October 7, 2020

Joe Biden was one of the instigator of the invasion of Iraq. Biden chaired the Senate Commission during 2002 which provided the reasons to invade Iraq. The Guardian detailed his role in selecting biased, pro-war witnesses. The ideology of Joe Biden is that of the Davos plutocracy, a global hydra gorged on offshoring jobs where the US law doesn’t reach. He is also Senator of the state which is, worldwide, the ultimate tax heaven. What could go wrong, from a progressive point of view?

A New York Times’ editorial makes a lot of good points about Joe Biden’s program, nice little points to dream of. However, the invasion of Iraq, a war of aggression, which killed millions, was a crime against humanity. The fact that the Editorial Board of the New York Times doesn’t use once the word “Iraq” is a testimony to bias so deep, that it is discombobulating. What else did the Editorial Board forget to mention which is most significant? Under Obama, manufacturing rolled over, life expectancy went down (for the longest and deepest in time of peace), and inequality reached a higher level than ever. The Editorial Board say it will not happen again. Maybe that’s as naïve as when I spent two years of my life working hard to get president Obama elected, just to see the unfortunate developments I mentioned, unfold. Biden says he will augment taxes. But that’s not how the hyper wealthy and hyper powerful are controlled… Because like Biden and his S corporation trick, they use loopholes to avoid taxes all together….

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So sure are the Biden people that they will win, that the NYT actually published the preceding comment. Only three of the readership approved… the rest is too brain washed…

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David St Clair from Wilmington struck back:

So…. now that you’ve got out that vitriol, what are you suggesting? 4 more years of Trump, a man who doubles down on divisiveness rather than learning from mistakes as Biden has done his entire career? Seriously??

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I replied, and the reply was NOT published by the New York Times:

@David St Clair Whether truth is vitriolic or not, is immaterial. Truth is the truth, even when it hurts the Deep State. Biden is arguably the greatest war criminal of the Twenty-first Century still running for office, worldwide. All those voting for him will implicitly vote for the greatest crime against humanity of the Twenty-first Century. Arguing that one does not like so and so because  he is “divisive“, when millions got killed from the actions of Joe Biden is beyond words. All of this is very well documented. My essay “Do Iraqi Lives Matter” contains an extensive extract of The Guardian on the subject, with all the links. This is an extremely serious matter.

The New York Times rightly deplored many times the fact the New York Times did not focus enough on The Holocaust during World War Two. Had the New York Times paid attention to the Holocaust (they had the data from reliable sources), things would have been different… But, well, at the time the NYT editors may have thought, what is the alternative? Where would all the vitriol against Hitler lead to? Better not the truth, things will be OK. It’s not OK to vote for someone who took part in a conspiracy which was bound to lead to the death of millions, as it did. For what? Take Iraq out of oil production. That elevated the price of oil, long enough to enable Wall Street to invest massively in fracking under Obama-Biden, making the US number one in fossil fuels.  

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Anna from NY7:

And what has Trump done for you?

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The New York Times published my reply:

@Anna Personally Trump has done nothing for me. I do appreciate Trump’s efforts against the global plutocracy which controls all the media, worldwide, and keep on offshoring jobs, dreams and power by making deals with less democratic regimes, like Xi’s China. Trump’s efforts require courage and are historically correct. Offshoring power to escape local laws is how the Roman Republic went down (google my name, plutocracy, and Rome). Personally I may profit from a Biden presidency… But that would be selfish of me…

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Patrice Ayme


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