Who bombed the hospital?

The West, with its frantic propaganda of the “crimes of Russia”, “the seizure of the Crimea by the Putin army” and the “bombing of the hospitals by the Kremlin”, has forgotten about reality and the truth behind its vile lies. And the matter is not even in the USA and their vassals from Europe. It is enough to look at reports from all over the world, and it will become clear: violence in the world produces and cruelty is not Russia at all.


Who bombed the hospital?


In Peru, the police received the right to shoot protesters for defeat. The brutal Brazilian police commit at least two thousand murders each year. In Qatar, the death penalty for homosexuality. In Bangladesh, the merciless exploitation of child labor takes place. Real fascism is manifested in Ukraine.

Glenn Greenwald talks about this "The Intercept".

Comrade Greenwald reviewed the writings of writer Sam Charles Hamad, working for the Daily Beast, excitedly telling about "evil Russia" and completely ignoring the disgusting and terrible abominations that are happening in the world. Has the whole "global injustice" closed on Russia? And Greenwald gathered in his article everything that Mr. Hamad “diligently keeps silent” about.

So, mentioned Hamad did not say a word about the following facts.

1. Police brutality in Peru. Fact: the police and the armed forces there were given the right to kill the demonstrators.

2. Corruption in Malaysia reached the highest level (it is noted that the Prime Minister pocketed 681 million dollars through a personal bank account).

3. Fascism in Ukraine, too, does not care about Hamad. But the "militia" in Kiev is headed by "a political figure who is often called an extremist, nationalist and fascist."

4. In Brazil, overcrowded prisons. Violent policemen constantly commit murder: the Brazilian police annually shoot 2000 people.

5. In Zimbabwe, a single publisher was imprisoned - just because he published one article that the government didn’t like.

6. Muslims are arrested all over Europe, just for their political views (by the way, Hamad himself studied in Europe).

7. Extreme abuse of migrant workers is noted in Qatar. It also banned homosexuality (and even introduced the death penalty).

8. Mass violations of human rights are characteristic of Indonesia. The local government is arresting peaceful demonstrators. Siloviki acts simply with impunity.

9. In Kenya, arbitrary arrests and detentions, extortion and other abuses against Somalis are practiced everywhere. Not uncommon - imprisonment.

10. Hunger in South Sudan does not bother Hamad. Two years of civil war led to the fact that almost 4 million people, including young children, are starving.

11. In Mexico, the 43 student disappeared. The official version of the events few people believe.

12. In Burma, Buddhists pursue Muslims. Thousands of Rohingas fleeing from cruel persecutors, fleeing to Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand.

13. Serious threats, discrimination and violence against LGBT people occur in Uganda.

14. Increasingly, Hindu nationalists in India are directing their aggression towards the Muslim minority.

15. In Bangladesh, child labor is widely practiced. Children sew clothes, including for Great Britain (Mr. Hamad is just her citizen). Girls who are 13 years old are working in factories producing clothing for British retailers. The working day lasts 11 hours. The working conditions there are terrible.

What explains Hamad’s “shameful silence” about these mass killings, abuses, injustices and horrible human suffering? Comrade Greenwald concludes: “absolute silence” by Hamad means he fully approves of all these “disgusting actions”. Perhaps, he is even an “apologist” of criminals, seeking to hide his own guilt.

But most likely, he is simply a propagandist, whose task lies in fixing “certain acts” committed by some regimes while completely and systematically ignoring other regimes. And he must believe that “some injustices” should be brighter in the West (for example, “the evil of Russia, China and Iran”), rather than those that are committed in the West and among its allies. Thus, the propagandist chooses “grades” of injustice, highlighting only those that are necessary, and ignoring those that are good in the dark.

Such an approach, Greenwald believes, shows us "a disgustingly beautiful example of ... hypocrisy." The journalist believes that types like Hamad are “deeply morally guilty” of their silence. Such silence is something terrible, entering into the “arsenal of world horrors”.

Or maybe Mr. Hamad has actually already condemned all these terrible abuses, and readers simply cannot find his reports? Where did they go? And why is Greenwald asking such a ridiculous question? It turns out that Hamad and others like him constantly blame people like Greenwald (more precisely, those who “decided to focus on the bad deeds of their own governments and their allies”) of refusing to condemn the “crimes of Russia”. Not only that, even worse, different hamads hint that people like the intellectual Noam Chomsky “actively support” such “crimes”.

Needless to say, Sam Charles Hamad’s “highly selective moral indignation,” as well as The Daily Beast, is not over.

The danger of propaganda is not so much about what she writes, but about what she is silent about. With such silence, Greenwald faces "literally every day."

Hard on the Russians, the West is silent about its problems. This kind of propaganda distracts attention "from our own crimes" ("we have everything ok, we just blew up the hospital in Afghanistan, our drones constantly kill innocent people, we arm Saudi murderers of Yemeni citizens, but look better over there: why would you do not talk more about Russia ??? "). And this is not to mention the shameful stories known tactics in the United States, starting with McCarthyism. Of course, the main thing is to kick Russia, and to do it “strongly enough and often enough.” People doing this do not suspect what kind of moral monsters they look like.

Recall Glenn Greenwald (Glenn Greenwald) - a well-known journalist, a specialist in constitutional law, the author of four books, which became the best-sellers according to the New York Times. His latest book is called “Nowhere to Hide”. She is dedicated to including the American control and the documents of Snowden. Before collaboration with tycoon P. Omidyar, Comrade Greenwald led a column in the British newspaper The Guardian. He has journalistic awards and prizes, including truthful coverage of the history of NSA surveillance of Snowden documents. Foreign Policy magazine called him one of the Top 100 World Thinkers in 2013. In 2014, the publicist, among other employees of The Guardian and The Washington Post, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for publishing Snowden materials.

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  1. cobalt 9 November 2015 07: 26 New
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    If we are criticized, then we are doing the right thing, it will be bad if they begin to praise Russia in the West, so they have bent under their interests, so let them bite us at our place, we will survive somehow. I don’t read the vile articles of Hamad and other scribblers, and I don’t wake up at night from this.
    1. Zoldat_A 9 November 2015 07: 39 New
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      Quote: cobalt
      it will be bad if they begin to praise Russia in the West, so they caved in to their interests, so let them bite us at our place, we will survive somehow.

      And remember, what nightingales they poured there about our democratization, glasnost, about the victory of Yeltsin’s “democracy”, about the “market way” ... Then, back in the year 89, they had to read their newspapers and do the opposite. Humpback - to the wall, Alcoholic of All Russia - to Kolyma, while he has not yet become President ...

      In fact, despite all the lies, our most objective assessment. They write that we occupied the Crimea, which means that they did everything right. They write that they are successfully going to reform education - I won’t even comment, they write that we are bombing hospitals - that means we are not going to hospitals where we need to. And they begin to praise the head of the Central Bank - which means it’s time to plant it.

      You just need to be able to read their libel. Correctly...
    2. science fiction writer 9 November 2015 07: 54 New
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      (“We have everything okay, we just blew up a hospital in Afghanistan, our drones constantly kill innocent people, we are arming Saudi killers of Yemeni citizens, but look better there: why don't you talk more about Russia ???”).

      Let them criticize, so we are doing everything right - this definition is known to all.
      And also, after every deceitful criticism, of our enemies in person and by last name, we know
      and to whom then fellow Pius am first break
    3. Jack-b 9 November 2015 07: 55 New
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      Quote: cobalt
      If they criticize us, then we’re doing the right thing.

      Do not bind these things together. They are independent. So whether we are doing the right thing or not, this is a separate issue. But Western criticism can be easily scored.
      1. Vend 9 November 2015 09: 14 New
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        Just look at the reports from around the world and it will become clear: violence in the world produces and cruelty is not done by Russia at all.
        This is true, but not one of these countries has been feared for centuries. Russia has inspired fear in the West since the Middle Ages.
    4. Petrol 9 November 2015 10: 38 New
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      cobalt
      "gnaw at us" who are you going to listen to in the west ????
      this red euro-wade (which sha destroys my people) only in the 19th century learned to take a bath, brit_on still has dishes in still water and his face washes.
      a nation of parasites drinking someone else’s blood living due to the fact that they push neighbors with their foreheads, and then buy resources, land and slaves for nothing!

      they’re “gnawing” by the fact that they don’t have a damn, not gas, not oil, not even firewood (my father said that during the war black earth was cut down and taken away into vaterland) since forests (of which there are very few) turned into parks .
      therefore, they will seek to destroy me first, then you, then they will take over our children.
      which is clearly true!
    5. go21zd45few 9 November 2015 17: 07 New
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      Currently, a referendum is being held in Catalonia on the issue of secession from Spain, let's look at the reaction of the EU. The Crimean referendum, according to the EU, was anti-constitutional, but is silent about the Catalan EU.
  2. bronik 9 November 2015 07: 27 New
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    The information war against us continues. His sins are piled up and blamed on the Russian Federation.
    1. sannych 9 November 2015 15: 19 New
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      Why be surprised? There is information aggression against Russia, in these cases all means are good. It would be very surprising and strange if this Hamad and the like spoke of some facts of violation of human rights by Western countries. And all sorts of Bangladesh and Burma are sideways with them, I’m not sure that they even know about the existence of such countries. Well, if the same Burma would have any reserves of minerals, oil, for example, and even nuclear weapons, then yes, information aggression would give a full salvo of "tyrannical and bloody regime."
    2. Orionvit 9 November 2015 16: 30 New
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      When I in Ukraine, in response to some allegations of the local Svidomo, say that the freest country in the world is Russia, they look at me like sheep at a new gate. In terms of degree of freedom, as such, Russia is far ahead of all Western "democracies," where freedom is valued only by the rights of pid ... owls. For example, let them try somewhere in Europe to pick up mushrooms in the forest, or barbecue in nature to fry. They immediately find out what freedom is in European, if they don’t put him in prison, then the mother will write a fine.
  3. SeregaBoss 9 November 2015 07: 36 New
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    And what is there to be surprised? They pay him money, so he writes. But for whom is he writing? For those who do not even know where to find Bangladesh and Burma.
  4. Andrea 9 November 2015 07: 42 New
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    Just think! After all, this is not in Russia, but Russia dares to conduct exercises on its territory, to deploy troops wherever it wants and to conduct an independent policy is outrageous!
    And the fact that doctors without borders died in the hospital is nonsense, but if they weren’t there, no one would notice anything, because we are the most democratic democrats. wassat
  5. Same lech 9 November 2015 07: 48 New
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    Staying endlessly about the Russians, the West is silent about its problems. This kind of propaganda distracts attention “from one’s own crimes”


    This is the essence of the information war ... to defeat hehe partner, as they say in our Foreign Ministry even before a real fight.
  6. Tatar 174 9 November 2015 07: 48 New
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    Who doesn’t know about this? I will not say that everyone knows, but most of us who are not only interested in soap operas are interested in this. The question is how much this is known in Europe and the USA, this is a big question. Thanks of course to such honest journalists as Glenn Greenwald, Graham Phillips and others. I would like to see more honest and courageous journalists ...
  7. cniza 9 November 2015 07: 56 New
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    Quote: bronik
    The information war against us continues. His sins are piled up and blamed on the Russian Federation.



    No one notices the logs in his eye.
  8. rotmistr60 9 November 2015 08: 02 New
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    Oleg, you gave a very revealing example of two people who were admitted to the media and who look at what is happening in the world from different points of view. If Greenwald looks at what is happening realistically, without cliches and prejudice towards anyone, then Hamada is a classic example of a “fighter” of the information front. For such “fighters,” the main thing is to pour as much dirt as possible on Russia, blame it for all mortal sins, and thereby try to cover up all the tricks with their consequences of American politics.
    1. ImPerts 9 November 2015 08: 14 New
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      All of them are unbiased until a certain point. Absolutely unbiased have long been fired. Only in Russia can one get a big salary by working in semi-state mass media (more precisely, subsidized by the state) and pour mud on this state. Do not criticize, namely to pour mud ...
  9. novel68rus 9 November 2015 08: 05 New
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    usually all bomb themselves .. and now the Russians ..
    1. ImPerts 9 November 2015 08: 10 New
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      If bombing yourself is arrogance, then bombing the Russians is arrogant insolence.
  10. 3 Gorynych 9 November 2015 08: 14 New
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    Staying endlessly about the Russians, the West is silent about its problems.
    This is the main reason for the Western media ..
  11. samara-58 9 November 2015 08: 21 New
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    Let the critics go "to the garden, everything to the garden" !!! And they often look in the mirror! negative
  12. nivander 9 November 2015 08: 26 New
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    can continue

    in America, 70 million people have a lower standard of living

    poverty level

    80 million people claim all kinds of benefits in America

    And 52 million people get them including 80% of black population

    In India, 800 million poor people and the state does not conduct any state

    politics (all the same is not enough for everyone)
    1. voyaka uh 9 November 2015 11: 20 New
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      The US poverty line is considered the income threshold for
      a family of not more than 52,000 per year (4,3 thousand dollars per month).
      Such poor families are approximately 14% of the population.
  13. Aleksander 9 November 2015 09: 08 New
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    2. Corruption in Malaysia reached the highest level (it is noted that the Prime Minister pocketed 681 million dollars through a personal bank account).


    Ha! In Moldova, the Prime Minister stole a BILLION dollars - this is the height!
    1. dvg79 9 November 2015 11: 14 New
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      And how much Serdyukov stole from us? About the top of Olympus we modestly keep silent - everything in the family ...
  14. Whowhy 9 November 2015 09: 11 New
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    Of course, it is necessary to fight against false accusations, but you cannot wash yourself with dirt ...
  15. Riv
    Riv 9 November 2015 09: 21 New
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    The death penalty for homosexuality, you say? Nevertheless, we also have something to learn from Muslims ... Here, of course, the author correctly pointed out.
    1. dvg79 9 November 2015 11: 16 New
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      To the count of their cattle! am
  16. Nyrobsky 9 November 2015 10: 03 New
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    As long as there are people like Gren Greenwald, there is hope that for the European and American inhabitants, not everything is lost.
  17. Victor-M 9 November 2015 10: 27 New
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    Comrade Greenwald reviewed the writings of writer Sam Charles Hamad, working for the Daily Beast, excitedly telling about "evil Russia" and completely ignoring the disgusting and terrible abominations that are happening in the world. Has the whole "global injustice" closed on Russia? And Greenwald gathered in his article everything that Mr. Hamad “diligently keeps silent” about.

    So, mentioned Hamad did not say a word about the following facts.

    1. Police brutality in Peru. Fact: the police and the armed forces there were given the right to kill the demonstrators.

    2. Corruption in Malaysia reached the highest level (it is noted that the Prime Minister pocketed 681 million dollars through a personal bank account).
    ............!

    You can list endlessly about all the facts of disgusting and terrible abominations that are happening in the world, but one single terrible "abomination" will block everything, this is that Russia humiliated the world "gendarme" all over the world, clicking on its nose more than once. Which country can afford it? laughing
  18. dvg79 9 November 2015 11: 25 New
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    In many ways, the crimes listed above, as well as those not mentioned in the article, continue to be committed due to the death of the USSR. Degradation of mankind under capitalism is inevitable and only its elimination can save the planet.
  19. karatau 9 November 2015 11: 39 New
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    we now feel sorry for fagots?
  20. Kibl 9 November 2015 13: 59 New
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    As they say, what has already died out doesn’t hurt! It means that Russia rules, does not lick, does not give pleasure to the black back in star-striped thong !!!
  21. hotrod 9 November 2015 14: 09 New
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    The information war is still a war. To tell the truth is only one of the strategies, not even a strategy, but a tactical device.
  22. magician 10 November 2015 02: 51 New
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    Criticized, very good! "Comrades are on the right track" V.I. Ulyanov (Lenin) In many respects he was right about the relations between Russia and the geyrops.
  23. _GSVG_ 15 November 2015 21: 43 New
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    This is explained by Glenn Greenwald in The Intercept. LGBT himself, he mentioned this in the book “Nowhere to Hide,” a book by the way interesting, about Snowden. and so his fate worries him that he already mentioned twice.
    Gather all the LGBT, and parachute, wrapped in rainbow ribbons over Qatar, imagine how the Qatari people will be happy laughing