Barack Obama’s, Hillary Clinton’s and Democrats’ idea of what “successful diplomacy” looks like:
I don’t know what burns my butt more: my warriors on their knees with their hands on their heads in surrender and submission, or the Democrat Party trumpeting it as is illustrated by the following New York Times pull quote:
Their quick release was hailed by the Obama administration as an unintended benefit of the new diplomatic relationship with Iran
Okay, I take it back: I really DO know: surrender and humiliation is bad; reveling in and celebrating surrender and humiliation is far, far worse and far, far more despicable.
As it is, let me give you Obama’s, Clinton’s and the Democrat Party’s version of “serving with honor and distinction” (remember that? And this is where we are with that pathetic little weasel now) as our Obama military after submissively surrendering abjectly apologizes and thanks Iran for humiliating them:
“We were so wrong. We’re just infidels, after all. We are so, so grateful to you for not sawing our heads off as we so truly deserve.”
The more of a traitor you are to your country, the happier Obama and Hillary and their Democrat Party are.
Well, thank you very much for that. I had no idea Obama had promoted Bowe Bergdahl to Lieutenant. I’m actually surprised that Obama didn’t release a hundred terrorist commanders from Gitmo just to show his gratitude.
I mean, yes this lieutenant violated the heart of the code of military conduct for a US serviceman captured. Yes, Iran violated every international law in it’s treatment of prisoners. The photos and videos blatantly violate articles 13 and 17 of the Geneva Convention. A Politico article points out the following:
“You’re not supposed to take photos to be used in propaganda media,” Pregent told POLITICO in a phone interview Wednesday. “You look at what they released this morning. They have a video of them boarding the ship, Americans on their knees with their hands behind their head, videotaping them as if that’s amusing. That’s a violation of the Geneva Convention.”
By releasing media that makes the sailors identifiable, Pregent added, Iran again violated the Geneva Convention, the international series of treaties setting a standard for treatment of civilians, prisoners of war and soldiers who are unable to fight.
“In this case, the sailors weren’t necessarily prisoners of war, but they were detained, and when you detain uniformed military you have to treat them a certain way, and Iran’s in violation of that,” said Pregent, who noted his opposition to the Obama administration’s Iran deal. “It’s just making a point that this actually did warrant an apology from Iran. This wasn’t just a simple rescue of distressed American sailors after their ship broke down.”
Thank you for violating the Geneva Convention and making us look like the disgraces we are in the age of Obama, Iran. We thank you for your generosity and kindness.
What the Islamic world saw is America’s warriors on their knees in humiliation, our female soldier submitting to Islam by wearing a hijab, and the United States Navy clearly surrendering.
As for Obama’s new Secretary of State roach that he replaced his last roach with, well, why didn’t you just scoop yourself out one of the Ayatollah’s turds from his toilet and eat it to show how much of their crap you’ll willing to accept??? I mean, hey, Kerry, maybe after that you could give the Ayatollah an enema with your tongue while you’re at it.
As disgusting as that image is, the picture of our warriors surrendering to Iran is massively MORE disgusting.
Would you like to know what REAL “successful diplomacy” and a TRUE “diplomatic relationship with Iran” would look like?
It would look like an Iran TERRIFIED to do something like this to the United States of America or its warriors.
Unfortunately, instead, it looks like another glorious day for “Allahu Akbar!”
Time to hang the American flag upside down again. Or you can just fly this Obama States of America flag instead. (see my article on that down-memory-lane outrage here). Either way, it signals the dire distress of the United States of America.