- 1-minute video: US military, State Dept ‘leadership’ lie about Russia invading NATO, laugh at media asking for evidence. What US agency will have the honor to arrest these .01% War Criminals?
by Carl Herman, http://www.washingtonsblog.com/
Among dozens of us in alternative media, I’ve documented retired US Admiral John Kirby, former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and current US State Department Spokesperson, as blatantly lying in accusation of Russia committing War Crimes. His official and Oath-sworn responsibility is to accurately communicate US foreign policy in on the record media communications; with his Oath to support and defend the US Constitution.
The primary support of the US Constitution for the State Department, of course, is to not engage in the numerous unlawful and lie-started armed attacks around the world. A close second is to not engage in Crimes Against Humanity for ongoing intentional policy of poverty that’s killed over 400 million human beings just since 1995 (~75% children; more deaths than from all wars in Earth’s recorded history).
So for Admiral Kirby to continue supporting Wars of Aggression and Crimes Against Humanity in official duties, and ongoingly lie for more war-mongering against Russia OBVIOUSLY calls for his legal arrest. An arrest lawfully stops a crime in commission. We do this to stop public harm now, and avoid further harm from more criminal acts.
In the above video, Russia Today’s Gayane Chichakyan questions Kirby about Pentagon confirmation that Russian invaded Turkey and NATO’s airspace. Kirby’s response includes:
* Denying it’s US responsibility to provide proof.
* Chuckling in derision of the question.
* Claiming the question for evidence is “comical.”
* The Orwellian twist that when the US claims Russia did something, it’s somehow not the “US responsibility to provide proof of what Russia’s doing.”
* Confirming reports that “another” Russian aircraft invaded Turkey/NATO airspace for multiple invasions.
* Claiming Russia disrespects Turkey/NATO boundaries.
* Accusing Russia of risking further instability and military escalation.
Kirby: “It’s not our responsibility to provide proof to the Russians for something they did wrong… For our part, there’s no doubt they entered Turkish and therefore NATO airspace. No doubt at all.”
Q: “Is that alright to make an accusation and not provide evidence?”
Kirby: “It’s not an accusation; it’s a fact. It’s a simple fact.” (immediately turns away, pointing his finger to address another question)
Q: “Based on what? Can you provide pictures of that, anything?”
Kirby: “I’ve answered your question.”