Child-killer Madeleine Albright to warn against "fascism"
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright has a new book coming out on April 10, 2018, entitled, Fascism: A Warning. I'll be interested to read what she has to say given that she was born in Czechoslovakia and lived there as a child during the Nazi occupation, but, without judging a book that I've yet to read, it's going to be hard to take her seriously as a critic of murderous ideologies.
Judging from the above tweet it seems that Albright will be discussing the rise of President Trump and/or the alt-right in the United States and comparing them to the Third Reich. Again, I'm not going to critique a book before I've read it, and that I don't know the contents of, but I do want to make one point based off of her tweet.
We can certainly point to the horrific crimes against humanity perpetrated by fascist regimes throughout history, but Madeleine Albright is a mass murderer in her own right. During her tenure as Secretary of State in the 90's, she went on national television to discuss the U.S. government's sanctions on Iraq and the effect that they were having on the civilian population.
Note that when she was asked about reports that 500,000 children had died as a result of American sanctions on Iraq, Albright did not argue that those reports were false or dispute the number, but rather stated unequivocally that "We think the price is worth it." In other words, Madeleine Albright and the Clinton regime were willing to cause the deaths of roughly half a million children due to starvation and disease to try to undermine the government of Saddam Hussein. This is a level of evil easily comparable to that of the Nazis, but somehow Albright believes she has the moral authority to lecture the world about the evils of fascism.