Think about how Hillary Clinton branded Edward Snowden a traitor, and then compare that stance with these words. There was a famous poem by W. H. Auden entitled, "The Hollow Men." Boy, is Hillary Clinton a hollow woman... her words could not ring more empty!
"Clinton continued. "You know, if the values are that you oppress people, you disappear people, you imprison people or even kill people for expressing their opinions, for expressing freedom of speech, that is not the kind of revolution of values that I ever want to see anywhere."
I'm glad Jeremy Scahill brought up the "School of the Americas," ground zero for training in Torture 101:
"The US sponsored deaths squads that massacred countless central and Latin Americans, murdered nuns and priests, assassinated an Archbishop..."
Basically, what was done to Honduras through the removal of its democratically elected leader runs parallel to what was done to Libya.
I think the better argument can be made that Mrs. Clinton specializes in creating failed states!
"Zelaya, while not perfect, "backed rural peasant and indigenous movements, such as the one Cáceres led, in the fight against land dispossession, mining, and biofuels," Grandin said. "Since Zelaya’s ouster, there’s been an all-out assault on these decent people—torture, murder, militarization of the countryside, repressive laws, such as the absolute ban on the morning-after pill, the rise of paramilitary security forces, and the wholesale deliverance of the country’s land and resources to transnational pillagers."