Black People Politics : You Can Sue To Get Reparations For Terrorism....Just As Long As It Is Not Amerikkka As The Defendant

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  1. Chidike

    Chidike Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    :whistling:Congress rejects Obama, when he blocks white people from getting reparations from the Saudis, yet he wouldn't even be able to get the words slave reparations out of his mouth...........:em3700:

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/senate-rejects-obama-veto-saudi-sept-11-bill-163532773.html

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly rejected on Wednesday President Barack Obama's veto of legislation allowing relatives of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue Saudi Arabia's government.

    As voting continued, the count was 87-0 against the veto. The measure next goes to the House of Representatives, which is due to vote later on Wednesday. If two-thirds of House members also support the "Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act," it would be the first veto override of Obama's eight-year presidency.
     
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    Stupid is as Stupid does...

    First, the United States Government is the biggest terrorist in the world.
    - this bill will open the U.S. to countless lawsuits.
    - this bill will undermine the U.S. credibility with their allies.
    It was the U.S. planned and funded/Saddam Hussein-led invasion of Kuwait/Arabia that kick-started Desert Storm in the early nineties
    - which means, the U.S. government would be the one most likely to be sued for supporting terrorist actions against other countries.
    The U.S. invasion of Iraq
    - Wouldn't that justify their citizens suing of the U.S....even though the U.S. has spent billions of dollars trying to rebuild the country.

    AND, that didn't address opening troops in the area up to friendly fire.

    My main question is: Would that country be bound by any U.S. court ruling? Why would it?
     
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