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Ukshep

"Evil people ultimately fall on their own sword, just as Hillary Clinton did."

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 Ukshep    14,392

‘They go as they come’: why scoundrels will always fail

One of the simplest yet most meaningful quotes about the life of miscreants, traitors and bandits, comes from Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, a man who incidentally had a good rapport with the Soviet Union under Lenin.  Atatürk said, “They go as they come” and so it is true with all the friends of the world.

The world is rife with injustice but as someone who views life optimistically in the long term, I do believe that eventually those who live by the sword shall fall on that same sword. It happened to Yeltsin, a man who came from nowhere and returned to such a place when he died in illness and ignominy, after having destroyed Russia.

It happened to Nixon who after decades of political corruption, was forced to leave office because of the Watergate scandal. Tony Blair campaigned to take the socialism out of the Labour party and to turn himself into a figure of admiration. Now Labour are led by a traditional socialist and Blair is loathed by those on the left and right.

Indeed, the Sword of Damocles hangs over all and the higher the position one sits, the closer to the dangling sword’s tip one’s head is. This is what happened not only to Hillary Clinton but to Huma Abedin, about whom I’ve recently written.

http://theduran.com/they-go-as-they-come-why-scoundrels-will-always-fail/

So true! natural laws balance things out. The evil ones will always be taken down!

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