Activists Expose Michelle Obama’s #BringBackOurGirls Hypocrisy with viral hashtag #BringBackYourDrones

21 May, 2014

US first lady Michelle Obama posted on Instagram a photo of here self supporting the 276 schoolgirls kidnapped in Nigeria under the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls, that campaign went viral but activist did not let such hypocrisy go unnoticed from the wife of a president who killed thousands of innocent people in drone attacks including many children in Yeman and Pakistan with a hashtag #BringBackYourDrones.

(Here is a list of children killed by Obama’s drone strikes in Yeman and Pakistan that dates to 2013)

The counter hypocrisy hashtag also went viral a post in Aljazeera the sream on that issue had 82.3 thousands shares, activists posted image of them selves holding banners that expose the crimes committed by the Obama who killed far much more children than BokoHaram could ever do.

fuck you obama baby killer

Some Photoshopped the sign Michelle Obama was holding in her Instagram pic.

michelle obama killer 1 no head

Some images where also of drone victims who are children:

oabam fake killing kids pakistan

Malala Yousafzai, the young the suspicious Pakistani activist who has been active in bringing attention to the Nigerian schoolgirls, but no one saw any campaigning of her against drones sticks in here country Pakistan which killed children.
So activists published another Photoshopped image shows holding exposing her and the biased mass media that amplifies her double standard cause.


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