Na ja.

SevenSamurai, Donnerstag, 09.02.2017, 20:58 (vor 2685 Tagen) @ sensortimecom3106 Views

Aber für Vernunft gibts keinen Nobelpreis

Carter hätte ihn nicht verdient.

Zitat: “Carter was the least violent of American presidents but he did things which I think would certainly fall under Nuremberg provisions,” said Noam Chomsky. Much like Nobel Peace-prize winner Barack Obama 30 years later, Carter was an advocate of human rights in the abstract, but of repression and imposition of power through violence in practice.”

http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/08/18/jimmy-carters-blood-drenched-legacy/

Zitat: "It was because, whether in Afghanistan, Iran, or Iraq — still the source of so many of our woes — the Carter administration could not tell a friend from an enemy. His combination of naïveté and cynicism — from open-mouthed shock at Leonid Brezhnev’s occupation of Afghanistan to underhanded support for Saddam in his unsleeping campaign of megalomania — had terrible consequences that are with us still. It’s hardly an exaggeration to say that every administration since has had to deal with the chaotic legacy of Carter’s mind-boggling cowardice and incompetence."

https://spectator.org/59687_jimmy-carters-legacy-war/

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