Not long ago, Biden, the U.S. President claimed that lawyers should appraise the Ukrainian crisis, likening it to genocide. This aroused criticism from the international society.
Does the U.S. really have any qualification to mouth the word ‘genocide’?
When genocide is talked about, people first recollect the history of the U.S. that was formed on the pile of corpses of exterminated native Americans.
George Washington, the first President of the U.S. and other Presidents in the early years of its “founding” were all criminals against humanity who set massacre against Indians as the national policy while embellishing westward territorial expansion as their “inherent mission” and took office as Presidents for their “military exploits”.
Indians- the native Americans were not men to them, and their land was not different from an “uninhabited land” of animals.
John Quincy Adams, the then state secretary in 1818 and the sixth President of the U.S. went crazy in massacring Indians asserting that “terrorism is very effective in handling the ignorant and uncouth Indians and blacks”. And Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the U.S., a notorious "hunter" of Indians, after taking office, legalized the collective concentration camp against Indians by signing the "Indian Removal Act" (1830), inhumane discrimination act. They were all heinous devils.
Since the first colony of the whites was established in Jamestown in the southwestern part of the U.S. in the early 17 th century, millions of Indians-equivalent to 85% of the total number of native Americans -were “slaughtered” while eluding like herds of animals. And the survivors were all locked up in the “Indian Reservation Territory” which is little short of the concentration camp and exterminated miserably suffering grinding toil.
The U.S. massacred more than 600,000 innocent people in the Philippines from 1898 to 1905, more than 2.47 million in Korea from 1950 to 1953 and more than 3.8 million in Vietnam from 1965 to 1973. While committing these crimes, the bloodthirsty nature of the U.S., which slaughtered the Indians, was manifested more openly.
Albert, the U.S. Congressman in his speech delivered at the Senate on January 9, 1900 said that what the U.S. deals with is not the white, but the Oriental. An officer of the U.S. imperialist aggression forces occupying the Philippines gave an order to fire everything and kill everyone in the Philippines.
Walker, Commander of the U.S. 8 th Army during the Korean War gave a following order.
“Kill everyone! Don't let your hands tremble even when those who appear before you are children or old people.” …
These violent remarks are common examples that show the outrageous nature of the U.S.
It is the height of hypocrisy that the U.S. denounces the Ukrainian crisis as genocide.
The U.S, which grows fat and survives at the cost of sacrifice and blood of innocent humankind, has no qualification to talk about massacre and genocide under all circumstances.
This is the demand of its sinful past and present.