Sunday, July 12, 2009

But, Mr. Obama, What About Human Rights In Africa?

U.S. President Barack Obama waves before leaving Ghana's capital ...People waves as U.S. President Barack Obama leaves Ghana's capital ...

Obama went to Ghana, Africa.

He promoted "good governance".

But he didn't say anything about human rights.

What's up with that?

One wonders whether he really gives a damn about human rights and equality.

One wonders whether money and global governance is more important to him (or at least to his puppetmasters) than human rights and equality.

It's disgusting that Free World politicians don't mention human rights much at all when visiting areas where human rights are lacking or nonexistent.

Talking about human rights at home (usually in the context of sexual extremism, visible minorities and abortion, but in hardly any other context), Obama and other Leftist Free World leaders don't appear to really give a damn; they seem to use the words "human rights" only for political purposes and don't really care.

Now is the time to juxtapose!

We can see, obviously, where Obama's loyalties lie:

U.S. President Barack Obama listens to the national anthem after ...

President Barack Obama arrives to speak to the Parliament of ... President Barack Obama takes part in a departure ceremony ...U.S. President Barack Obama listens to the national anthem during ...