U.N. Critical of Drone Strikes, Why Not American Taxpayers? – Ben Swann

Posted by on April 6, 2014 in Government, Military with 2 Comments

Source: Ben Swann

Ben Swann: A new special report from the U.N. Human Rights Council is demanding answers from the United States and other “responsible” governments about the use of drones to go after “terrorists”. So why aren’t the American people demanding the same answers?

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  1. bruce@bcat.us' Sorgfelt says:

    Maybe we are not demanding answers. We are simply demanding that it be stopped, and being ignored.

  2. myspamemailyhoo@yahoo.com' T says:

    This is the problem…..most tax payers are against it. We have no control over where the tax money paid in goes to. The rest of the world sits in judgement thinking we are all *ssholes but most of us are not and mainstream media in any country paints a horrible picture of us, even our own.

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