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Global Hypocrisy in Foreign Relations:The Battle Between The Have’s & The Have Nots- What’s good 4 China Is Not Good for The Rest of The Sovereign Nations of The World

A statement by President Obama during his recent meeting with Chinese President Hu Jintao proved the hypocrisy of this world we live in where even well intentioned & so called good people allow & pursue an agenda that continuously pits “the have’s against the have nots” & shows that there will never be an equal playing field by design in this world no matter who is in charge of any nation because the curse of world politics is in the agenda & well chosen words & actions of politicians playing politics as usual whenever & wherever it suits them in their personal & national agendas. We didn’t need Julian Assange & his wikileaks to hip us to this global hypocrisy in exposure of words & deeds by our world leaders because they spit it right in our faces daily, be it syrupy sweet or  hot lava burning fire as we sit there helpless as individuals, nations & in Africa’s case an entire continent.

As Martin Luther King said “If you do not come with an agenda ..you will be the agenda…”, but was he speaking of this type of global hypocrisy in coming with an agenda when President Hu is allowed to carry on & be respected by the so called international community when he says he will not allow any interference from outside forces in China’s affairs yet other sovereign nations are not granted the same respect? Deplorable abuses to humanity should not be tolerated anywhere if there truly is a representation of a collective an International community that has the best interest of human beings worldwide in their sights & hearts.

-With the two presidents standing side by side at the White House, Mr. Obama was asked by a reporter how America can work with “a country known for treating its people so poorly, using censorship and force to repress its people.” The reporter also asked Hu to defend China’s human rights record. China has a record of jailing dissidents for questioning their government, including recent Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo-
China has a different political system than we do,” Mr. Obama said in response to the question. “China is at a different stage of development than we are. We come from very different cultures and with very different histories. But as I’ve said before and I repeated to President Hu, we had some core views as Americans about the universality of certain rights, freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom of assembly that we think are very important and transcend cultures. I have been very candid with President Hu about these issues.” READ MORE

Doesn’t Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Cuba, Haiti,Côte d’Ivoire & so many others who we use force, war & sanctions against in crippling & dismantling their way of life & ability to do for self & to make their own decisions as sovereign nations not deserve the same consideration & respect just because they are amongst “the have nots” in comparison to the ever growing mighty super power of China? Where are all the so called journalists & world leaders calling out this hypocrisy in telling the truth & doing what’s right if our so called desire for peace, freedom & democracy is more than just rhetoric for our desired agendas?

How does Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon & the “so called International Community” justify using force & employing neighbors to use force against some in so called helping citizens of certain nations attain civil rights & democracy, while staying silent & often aiding & abetting others like China to grow their agenda? Why is so called Communism or Socialism acceptable in China or Vietnam, but not in Russia or Cuba? The world hypocrisy has driven us all into a state of emergency bringing us nothing but chaos, distrust and a collective world vote of no confidence in our leaders within a global scheme of soullessness & morally bankrupt societies.

Where is the United Nations & the “so called International communities” outrage against France who touts Democracy, civil rights & freedom while its actions prove otherwise? Imagine the OUTRAGE if French women & children were dragged on the streets of any African nation like this by African police , but I guess no one at the UN or the “so called international community” can see the hypocrisy or better yet the life of an African being equally as worthy of humanity & basic civil rights unless it involves an economic agenda  of getting something in return. Some call it neocolonialism, but I see it as very reminiscent of a slave auction block because there is always a price put on Africans by the “so called international community”-the gang that only few are chosen to join & be represented based on common benefit & economic agenda.

Why does this behavior of brutality in France & America equate to a government’s right to prevent lawlessness where the perpetrators are licensed to kill & go unpunished when they do so, but in Africa or Iran it is met with the distinction of savagery & cruelty that the so called “international community” must come together to fight against? Every man, woman & child’s life can not have a monetary price or superficial value placed on it if we are truly human beings who value all life, civil rights, freedom & this defined by the will & ways of the beholder idea of Democracy that is sold to the world.

All the French in Africa are far from citizens, but no one labels them as illegal aliens who are feeding & benefitting off of the land & backs of Africans.  How dare we condemn & criticize the actions of President Mugabe against deciding to kick out White farmers  from Zimbabwe who he sees as non-citizens of his country or like President Sarkozy -citizens who he can decide if & when to strip them of their citizenship in his sovereign nation, yet we do not see the need to criticize & condemn the same actions by President Sarkozy against Africans, Bulgarians & Romanians? Why is one’s life & civil rights more worthy of the “so called international community” standing up for them than the other? If we truly want peace in the world then we must act as we say & “be the Change we want to see”, as the great Ghandi who so many world leaders like to quote in praise said because as another great world leaders who we all like to quote & praise (Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.) said “Injustice anywhere is a threat to Justice everywhere”!  A CHANGE MUST COME- void of all the empty talk  & insidious actions & lack of action to meet individual & national agendas where we constantly serve & respect “the haves” while disregarding the “have nots”!

Who are we really in our leadership- are we teaching by words or real action? How do we expect others to unclench their fist when we are constantly throwing blows?

What’s the matter, people?

Solidarity, solidarity

Everybody wants the same thing, don’t they?
Everybody wants a happy end
They wanna see the game on Saturday
They wanna be somebody’s friend

Everybody wanna work for a living
Everybody wants their children warm
Everybody wants to be forgiven
They want a shelter from the storm

Look at me, I ain’t your enemy
We walk on common ground
We don’t need to fight each other
What we need, what we need

Solidarity, solidarity
Solidarity, solidarity

Nobody likes to ask for money
Somebody likes to play the clown
Nobody likes to wait in a long line
Nobody likes being pushed around

Everybody wants their family protected
They wanna express themselves
Everybody wants to live forever

Look at me I ain’t your enemy
Don’t believe everything you hear
This is no time to fight each other
What we need, what we need

Solidarity, solidarity
Solidarity, solidarity
Solidarity, solidarity
Solidarity, solidarity
Solidarity, solidarity
Solidarity

Hey, people

Everybody wants the same thing, don’t they?
Everybody wants a happy end
They wanna see the game on Saturday
They wanna be somebody’s friend

Everybody wants the same thing, don’t they?
Everybody wants a happy end
They wanna see the game on Saturday
They wanna be somebody’s friend

Everybody wanna work for a living
They wanna keep their children warm
Everybody just wants to be forgiven
They want a shelter from the storm

What we need, what we need

Solidarity, solidarity
Solidarity, solidarity
Solidarity, solidarity

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