Opinion
Author`s name Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

John "Show some Grace" Kerry. Abu Ghraib style??

It is difficult to judge who is the worst Secretary of State in the United States of America in recent years. John Kerry must however go into the annals of history as the most idiotic, the most snide, the most arrogant, the most insolent, the most intrusive, the most inconsequential and the best bedpal the Islamic terrorists ever had. Today he asked the Syrian President to show some grace to the terrorist filth he has defeated.Let's show some grace, Abu Ghraib or Guantanamo style!

Show some grace?

Show some grace to the "rebels" fleeing Aleppo he said, directing his unwanted and unwelcome comments to Russia and the legitimate, elected Syrian government, supported by around seventy per cent of the population. Show some grace. That has to take the biscuit as the most idiotic comment of the century.

Show some grace, to terrorists. What exactly does Kerry mean by that? He means let them get out scot free so that they can regroup and either try and enter Aleppo again or else join up with their friends creating a second front in Idlib or down at Palmyra again. I wonder what the satellite communications eavesdroppers will glean out of that, I wonder what version of the  English accent we will hear when we listen to the orders being given to the ISIS hordes trying to put pressure on the Syrian government by launching a ferocious attack in the south.

Show some grace to the terrorists. A fitting comment from the chief of diplomacy of the Obama regime. He means allow those who have sliced the breasts off women to go free, he means allow those who have impaled little boys on metal stakes to walk home, he means allow those who have forced little girls to watch their fathers being disembowelled, castrated and sodomized to escape, he means allow those who have gang-raped little girls after they have been forced to watch their mothers being raped, having their throats slit, having their breasts sliced off, having their vaginas slit up to their necks, then gang-raping the said little girls again before and after they were beheaded to simply disappear into the countryside, he means allow those who have murdered the Syrian security forces, cut them open and eaten their hearts, to melt away. Show some grace to this filth? Did he say "Show some grace"?

Does the USA "show grace"?

Now let us put the boot on the other foot. Did the United States of America show any "grace" to Saddam Hussein after the Secretary of State, Colin Powell, lied through his snout stating that he had weapons of mass destruction? Did the United States of America show any "grace" to Muammar al-Gaddafy, the man who took Libya from the poorest country in the world to the country with the highest Human Development Index in Africa, after he was caught by western-backed terrorists?

The hell they did, Hillary Clinton, another failed Secretary of State, had the audacity to go to Tripoli and giggle at his death. Well, she isn't giggling now, is she?

Did they "show grace" at the torture and concentration camp at Guantanamo Bay? Did they "show grace" at Abu Ghraib, where soldiers were tortured and sodomized by filth sent from the dregs of US society, where soldiers who had been fighting terrorists were deprived of sleep, had their food urinated in, Moslems were forced to eat pork, were attacked by dogs and by that sh*t faced AmeriKKKan heroine, Lynddie England, "jes' havin' fun"? Did they show any grace?

So what John Kerry is saying is basically the following: "Oh Sh*t, we screwed up again guys, we backed the wrong side again and we lost. We tried to impose our form of democracy from 35,000 feet and we trampled on an entire nation without respecting its values and its culture, we ignored its five thousand years of history despite the fact that our country was based upon the extermination of the people who lived there and is a little over two hundred years old. We backed terrorists because we wanted Assad to go, we called his government illegal and anti-democratic despite the fact that it was elected by the majority of the people, and we lost. Russia has once again trounced us because Russia once again is following international law, Russia is fighting against terrorists while we are supporting them. Again. So we are trying to see what we can do elsewhere in Syria to destabilize the Government, even if that means cavorting with ISIS. We know that in just over a year Russia has done more damage to ISIS than we and our European, sorry "f*ck the European Union", words of my colleague in Government, did in several years."

A fitting epitaph to John Kerry and his failure as US Secretary of State. This man, and Hillary Clinton before him, have done more damage to the image of his country than any other American in history, except perhaps George W. Bush, Condoleezza Rice and Barack Obama.

Exterminate the bastards

I am sorry, but rather than "show some grace" to these terrorists, so that they can regroup in Idlib and elsewhere, and continue their murderous policies, I believe the way forward is to exterminate the bastards to the last man, if indeed "man" is the right term. Enough of cavorting with murderous filth, rapists, arsonists, thieves, torturers. Showing "grace" to excrement like this is an insult to the police and security forces everywhere, not just in Syria.

Let us imagine what John Kerry would say if thousands of armed thugs started massacring the police and military in the United States of America, raping women, sodomizing boys and slaughtering little girls. Would he appear on television and say "show some grace"?

Probably, he would. Give me a cell and I would like to "show some grace" to John Kerry and his regime chief, Obama.

Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey

Pravda.Ru 

Twitter: @TimothyBHinchey

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*Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey has worked as a correspondent, journalist, deputy editor, editor, chief editor, director, project manager, executive director, partner and owner of printed and online daily, weekly, monthly and yearly publications, TV stations and media groups printed, aired and distributed in Angola, Brazil, Cape Verde, East Timor, Guinea-Bissau, Portugal, Mozambique and São Tomé and Principe Isles; the Russian Foreign Ministry publication Dialog and the Cuban Foreign Ministry Official Publications. He has spent the last two decades in humanitarian projects, connecting communities, working to document and catalog disappearing languages, cultures, traditions, working to network with the LGBT communities helping to set up shelters for abused or frightened victims and as Media Partner with UN Women, working to foster the UN Women project to fight against gender violence and to strive for an end to sexism, racism and homophobia. A Vegan, he is also a Media Partner of Humane Society International, fighting for animal rights. He is Director and Chief Editor of the Portuguese version of Pravda.Ru.