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Dec 21 2016 12:56:21
President Obama on Monday pardoned 78 people and granted another
153 commutations, amounting to the most acts of clemency by a
U.S. president ever in a single day. White House Counsel Neil
Eggleston added that Obama is considering clemency for
individuals who have contributed significantly to human progress
though they were not U.S. citizens and are dead.
Presidential "posthumous pardons" are scheduled to be extended
to such legendary international icons as Joseph Stalin, Mao
Zedung, Pol Pot, Ho Chi Minh, the Kim dynasty of North Korea,
and Che Guevara along with his comrade-in-arms, the recently
deceased Fidel Castro. Eggleston revealed that Hollywood
celebrities were consulted on this decision and concurred. Jane
Fonda, for example, spoke warmly about Ho Chi Minh. Michael
Moore felt certain Stalin and the others would have voted for
According to Obama, these legendary figures have been unfairly
maligned by the sensationalist right-wing media. Slanderous
language such as "mass murder," "show trials," "political
repression" and "concentration camps" has been used to downplay
the highly significant accomplishments of these leaders. Stalin,
for example, helped defeat Hitler and liberate half of Europe.
billions kept the Obama Administration in power for eight years.
still considers a more important influence than The Federalist
Mr. Eggleston concluded with the comment that these presidential
pardons are intended to help advance the righteous struggle of
the oppressed masses around the world. Media organizations such
as CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times and the Washington Post can be
trusted to make sure that the initiatives launched by Stalin and
Mao and continued by Obama are irreversible despite the election
of Donald J. Trump.
Such meaningless buzzwords as "mass murder," "show trials,"
"political repressions," and "concentration camps" are only
aimed to distract the public from real issues and from the
greater message of social change they represent.
Opinion polls indicate that many Americans continue to view
these historic figures more negatively than positively, but
experts say this is only because many among the polled segments
still remember the subjects' virulent anti-Americanism and
occasional military confrontations with the U.S.
However, Barack Obama believes that personal grudges should be
beneath the station of the U.S. President, who must discern the
"arc of history" and be able to bend it toward the greater good.
These presidential pardons will go a long way to restore
universal justice and shape the future struggle of the oppressed
masses in this country and around the world. Recent demographic
shifts and professional coverage by trusted media organizations
will ensure that this progress becomes irreversible.