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TheWeekholeView – Human Rights Organizations Dared to Say No to Drones. TPV Wonders Why

TPV is using the above visual without permission. TPV hopes that’s morally okay with both artists.

Here, each hole starts on Wednesdays and this is what fell through this past week:
On Wednesday, April 10, 2013, The White House still refused to send a witness to the Congressional Hearing investigating the secret killing of over three thousand people or as many as those killed on 9/11/01.
On Thursday, April 11, 2013, the White House continued to ignore any appearance of liberal democracy.
On Friday, April 12, 2013, finally, ten human rights organizations wrote a daring letter opposing the secrete use of drones to kill individuals deemed unworthy by a federal US agency.
On Saturday, April 13, 2013, The New York Times published the daring news.

On Sunday, April 14, Putin decided to put to shame the brave 10 human rights organizations when singlehandedly he barred 18 Americans from spreading their skewed views of human rights in Russia. Among them are four men who

Russia’s Foreign Ministry says are responsible for “the legalization of torture” and “unlimited detention”: David Addington, who served as chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney and provided legal support for interrogation policies; John Yoo, a high-ranking Bush administration lawyer who wrote several major opinions on torture; and Maj. Gen. Geoffrey D. Miller and Rear Adm. Jeffrey Harbeson, each of whom commanded detention operations in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.

Of course, America stands by its men and denies any soviet accusations.
On Monday, April 15, the US human rights organizations found some solace in Venezuela’s presidential election, which they will soon attack as violating some human rights they care about dearly.
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On Tuesday, April 16, uncertainty hovered over the two deadly bombs which exploded near the Boston marathon’s finish line, killing two and injuring a few dozens. While no one took responsibility for the attack no one reported seeing any drones nearby either. Which could mean the killers where not Americans.

2 COMMENTS

  1. Well, nice probably isn’t the word, but I thought it was good. With humor, it seems the rule is to wait, but even thought I reminded myself last night, that while this struck me as particularly pointless and cruel (my brother has qualified for Boston, etc.) killing is killing, I still felt reminded reading your piece.

  2. Thank you for your comment. More than ever TPV believes killing is cruel and pointless, and we stand by our firm belief that guns should be outlawed and secret killings should be outlawed, especially when the killer is the mighty American democracy.

    TPV does not want to offend any victim of the Boston bombing, and we hope that what we write will be seen only as an expression of our firm belief that that killing kids or any human being is unspeakable whether it is in America or Asia, or anywhere else.

    The time is high for us, as Americans to stop killing for oil or in order to protect some global corporate interests. We need to do more for us at home: improve our schools, improve our social sefty nets for the poor, the sick and the old, and maybe even support the arts.
    President Obama, what do you really think?

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