Hypocritical Absurdtations!

For those who are not yet informed,  the word, "Absurdtation" means an observed absurdity, especially as it applies to politics, current events or general human behaviour.

 Today's Absurdtation is brought to you by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Just follow the headlines, much of which is mainstream media, and see if you can recognize the Absudtation.

Monday, April 23, 2012 By RFE/RL UzbekistanU.S. Suspends Ban On Military Assistance To Uzbekistan


Hillary Clinton Signals That She Intends to Make Women's Rights a Signature Issue
By Mary Beth Sheridan Washington Post Staff Writer 
Tuesday, August 18, 2009 

Uzbekistan's policy of secretly sterilising women
By Natalia AntelavaBBC World Service 11 April 2012

(They remove their uterus after giving birth or during other routine examination. The doctors are given mandates to do so. Is this their version of  Obama Care?)


Karimov one of the world's worst dictators:
Parade Magazine

Our new best friends boil dissidents alive

Peter Hitchens

Last updated at 12:16 23 April 2004

Mail Online

They boil people to death here.

They also beat them up in the street, suffocate them, drag them to mental hospitals and forcibly inject them with drugs, ram bottles up their behinds in squalid prisons and plant drugs on them, not to mention all the usual things such as censoring the newspapers and rigging the elections.

Of course, there is no shortage of nations where this sort of thing goes on.

Human rights organisations complain about it and we are shocked. But what makes Uzbekistan different is that President Islam Karimov is an ally of the free, democratic West, which fights under such mottos as 'enduring freedom'.

He is an official friend of Britain and the United States and so we must overlook his little faults; the occasional boiling, the far-from-occasional execution, the odd unexplained death in custody, an estimated 6,000 political prisoners in a country of 25 million people and the almost total lack of genuine liberty, law or democracy. These things are just not as important as the higher purpose of our national interest.

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