After HIV, Aids, Ebola, and many other man-made viruses’ crimes against humanity, nobody was held responsible for them, therefore, crimes against humanity will continue without ceasing.
We must, therefore, understand today if another one has appeared as COVID 19 or the coronavirus.
Let’s sit down for a while and ask some questions. What’s pushing political leaders to be so cruel without empathy, integrity, compassion, and the truth?
And why do the US government’s policies remain the same despite all the harm they have previously caused to humanity?
I read an article recently about the US government’s pursuit of monsters has made the US government also a monster.
Frankly speaking, America’s democracy is just a fantasy, it doesn’t exist and if it exists, then it’s only for a few people, probably those occupying high positions because I see only oppression and committing of clandestine crimes in that country.
My biggest worry is that the innocent American people are always those that pay for the crimes their leaders commit.
When 9/11 occurred, it was innocent Americans that died, while the leaders that are responsible enjoy with their wives and children at home.
The US government is responsible for many man-made diseases, including HIV, Aids, Ebola, nodding disease, Lassa fever, Burkitt’s lymphoma, Zika virus, and Kaposi’s sarcoma.
After committing such horrendous crimes against humanity, the US government then returns and shouts, “In God we trust.”
This is one of the reasons many question the existence of the International Criminal Court. This court in The Hague, Holland, is the most hopeless judiciary system ever set on the surface of this earth.
It was set only to target African leaders and encourage white-collar crimes against humanity.
Many people have lost their lives in horrible circumstances in the biggest crime against humanity but not a single word has been said by the ICC.
However, if an African leader is responsible for the coronavirus in his country, the ICC will call that a genocide and try to bring the culprit to face justice in The Hague.
Until someone is held responsible for white-collar crimes against humanity, the world will continue to experience the worst human crisis than what we have known as COVID – 19 today.