Madeleine Albright, first female US secretary of state, dies

Madeleine Albright, the first female US secretary of state who helped steer Western foreign policy after the Cold War, has died. She was 84 years old. #CNN #News

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Gustaf A
Gustaf A:
A war criminal's death is not sad. What is sad is that she did not face justice in this life.
Saša Trailović
Saša Trailović:
Браћо и сестре, живели!
This day came too late for half a million Iraqi children. RIP to the children.
b taylor
b taylor:
Finally, some good news 🙏
Бог ей судья, а земля ей пусть будет стекловатой.
Яна Р
Яна Р:
Madeleine Albright, US Secretary of State, ideologue of the Belgrade bombings. She died yesterday, on the eve of the next anniversary of her Balkan accomplishments.

But not only the bombing of the Serbs is recorded in its asset.

Leslie Stahl: We have heard that more than half a million children have died from the sanctions against Iraq.
More than in Hiroshima. And do you think it's justified?

Madeleine Albright: I think it's a very difficult choice. But we think it's justified.
Dzoki dzo
Dzoki dzo:
She died on bombing anniversary of Yugoslavia.
May god judge her.
Died on day of nato bombing serbia, there is justice for all
Missis Smit
Missis Smit:
In 1996, during an interview on the CBS television program "60 Minutes", the Permanent Representative of the United States to the UN, Madeleine Albright, asked the host of the program about the consequences of sanctions against Iraq: "We heard that half a million children were killed. I mean, that's more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is it worth it?", gave a completely concrete and monstrous in its cruelty (especially for a woman!?) answer: "I think it's a very hard choice, but the price-we think it was worth it."
She was no less murderous than any man who held the same post. Perhaps she was worse because, as a woman, she said the death of 500 000 Iraqi children was "worth it." And yet her "first woman secretary of state" status is supposed to be a reason to celebrate. But really, that "status" is just a way to hide her immorality and crimes against human decency.
not important person
not important person:
She did not live to face trial for war crimes against the Yugoslavia people in 1999
Bumble - Bee
Bumble - Bee:
I congratulate all Serbs and Iraqis on the holiday
palestina vatan
palestina vatan:
So what? A war criminal died. You have so many more to replace her. What is irreplaceable is the lives of 500,0000 Iraqi children
Samudira Vadivel
Samudira Vadivel:
We don't rejoice someone's demise but there are exceptions 😂
Kush man
Kush man:
Sad? That disgusting excuse for a human being can rot in hell
Lemo ٠
Lemo ٠:
Madeleine Albright was the best evidence that crime stemming from power and strength is not specific to a particular gender. Meaning that even when a woman reaches fortified positions that protect her from the hand of justice, she turns into a tyrant I regret that such people die on their deathbed and not with a just retribution for killing hundreds of thousands ‎
Ivan Davidovic
Ivan Davidovic:
Few more to go and this world will be a safer place
David Getchell
David Getchell:
She was a monster.
On May 12, 1996, Albright defended UN sanctions against Iraq on a 60 Minutes segment in which Lesley Stahl asked her, "We have heard that half a million children have died. I mean, that's more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?" and Albright replied, "We think the price is worth it."
Cory Allen
Cory Allen:
Madeleine Albright is infamous for her reply to the question posed by 60 Minutes’ Lesley Stahl about the sanctions against Iraq in May 1996.

“We have heard that a half million children have died,” stated Stahl. “I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?”

“I think this is a very hard choice,” replied Albright, “but the price–we think the price is worth it.”
Samudira Vadivel
Samudira Vadivel:
Escaped the corrupt justice of the world, but she will pay the price for everything she did in the world now... May Our Lord give the right justice to this lady.
She’ll now go meet with all those Iraqi children who died as a result of US sanctions she supported and supervised and later on goes on TV to say their death was worth it . Rest In Peace kiddos! ✌️
Naël Bi
Naël Bi:
GOOD RIDDANCE, the innocent lives of Iraqi kids are getting their revenge on the other side.
Mike S
Mike S:
Sorry to hear Madeline "it's worth it that half a million kids died" Albright passed today. Hopefully all those kicks get to greet her before the elevator ride down.
Nemam Ime
Nemam Ime:
Journalists that talk with any reverence about her are disgusting.
Its absolutely like feeling sad Hitler died and talking about the good things he did.
Pavel Gatilov
Pavel Gatilov:
The eagle Madeleine Albright, this beast of the total war of the Anglo-Saxons against the Slavs, died, thereby avoiding the international court in Gagra over Anglo-Saxonism, which will be in the near future. Unfortunately, the demons of war are leaving for the Empire of Good on their own, without the help of Russia. She escaped retribution.
Приходит Мадлен Олдбрай к паромщику Харону на реке Стикс с двумя монетами, а он ей говорит
-Только рубли👿
Zach Shoup
Zach Shoup:
man this comment section gives me a little bit of hope for humanity. all you people are wonderful
Good people tend to die early while evil people have a long and prosperous life. Such a cruel fact of life.
Everyone is saying that God will judge her. Hard for God to judge something that doesn't even have a soul.
NG Music
NG Music:
Finally! Great news! 👏
The price was worth it! Half a million Iraqi children killed ! Wow imagine having that kind of blood on your hands! In the grave!
We Serbs are Christians and we don't rejoice in someone else's death because our faith doesn't allow us to do so, we rejoice only because she went before God. May God judge her.
Congratulations 🥳 Julian Assange & Stella Moris on your wedding today. Always good to be in the right side of human morality. True hero.
Mary Halverson
Mary Halverson:
Now she'll face the children whose deaths she termed "collateral" on her way to the "special place" reserved for war criminals.
Serbian and Iraq souls can now rest in peace.
Malik Ashtar
Malik Ashtar:
That was today's the best information!
May God will punish her abundantly!!! 🤲
SiewHei Lou
SiewHei Lou:
2 questions about her I hope to get answers:
1️⃣I have been looking for clips of her touring the USA, holding rallies to tell Yankees to iinvade Iraq and kill Saddam Hussein, before the WMD campaign, and in those rallies people asked her why she wanted to invade Iraq, she did not answer those hard questions.
Where are those clips now? I cannot google it anywhere.
2️⃣Why did she insisted on referring to a nation as He? and forced the change in American grammar to refer to a nation as It? When it was on the news back then, it was described because she was a feminist and it's a feminist thing to make sure people cannot refer to a nation as a mother. Just how does that work? And why it's bad to refer to a nation as a mother?

On her death, I say Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead.
Ali Bagbad
Ali Bagbad:
The children of Iraq are waiting for you 😪
PUREBLOOD Natural Immunity
PUREBLOOD Natural Immunity:
There's a special place in HE LL for Madeline Albright.
Zephyr FPV
Zephyr FPV:
The death of 500,000 dead Iraqi children was "a very hard choice, but the price-we think the price is worth it" ~Madeleine Albright, Washington DC May 29, 2012.
Why do cruel people like her always live a long full life and die of natural causes?
Look at her face, true sith lord. Sláva to all slavic nations. Justice is irreversible!
What a beautiful and wonderful message. Thank you, dear God! Thank you justice!
Igor Seprak
Igor Seprak:
I’ve just had an omelette along with a nice cup of Earl Grey tea. Fantastic!
May she rot in hell.
No sympathy for dead war criminals.
Wu Iris
Wu Iris:
Her heartless comments on Iraq in 1996 will be remembered.
Dusan Stankovic
Dusan Stankovic:
Božija pravda☦🇷🇸
Бублик Помидорович
Бублик Помидорович:
It must be a day of all-over-the-world happiness!
Rachel Corrie
Rachel Corrie:
Finally, some good news!
Dave Kelly
Dave Kelly:
It’s said that no evil is more power than the infinite mercy of god.
But surly his mercy will be truly tested by the mortal cv of this evil woman.
Joy Simpson
Joy Simpson:
Her life reflected the turbulence of her husband divorcing and her belittling women who didn’t agree with her stance ..
Jorge Gomes
Jorge Gomes:
She might be having difficulty trying to explain the " We think that it was worth it. "
Facts not feelings
Facts not feelings:
Now she has to answer to God for why she thought hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children's death was worth the sanctions on iraq and subsequent illegal gulf war.
Tom Green
Tom Green:
She was rescued by the Serbs, and she repaid them with bombardments.
The Trance Cartel
The Trance Cartel:
A face not even a mother could love
Gregor Slana
Gregor Slana:
War criminal, good ridance...
When evil departs there should be no mourning.
Со l oƆ
Со l oƆ:
Madeleine Albright has always had a great assistant - this is CNN!
Sanja Tasic
Sanja Tasic:
Congratulations 🎉
Simon Davis
Simon Davis:
I'd say rest in peace , but I doubt she is 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥 🔥
Chad Crawford
Chad Crawford:
Deaths are always A bummer especially at 84.
JourneyMan Smitty
JourneyMan Smitty:
That was back then when politics was normal not like how it is now🤔
Sem Black
Sem Black:
Жалка до суда земного не дожила,людоедка!
I accidentally spilt a bit of coffee on my white shirt earlier. It was awful. Hearing of Albrecht’s death pales in comparison.
a h
a h:
The greatest woman of all Times, Balkan national own so much this woman, may her soul rest in peace ☮️
Max K
Max K:
She's on her highway to hell !!! Btw, this is the first time I ''liked'' a CNN video.
Edgar Henry
Edgar Henry:
She was the Demon in the movie "The Exorcist."
Sanctions against Iraq :

On May 12, 1996, then-ambassador Albright defended UN sanctions against Iraq on a 60 Minutes segment in which Lesley Stahl asked her, "We have heard that half a million children have died. I mean, that's more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?" and Albright replied, "We think the price is worth it".Sanctions critics took Albright's failure to reframe the question as confirmation of the statistic. The segment won an Emmy Award. Albright later criticized Stahl's segment as "amount[ing] to Iraqi propaganda", saying that her question was a loaded question. She wrote, "I had fallen into a trap and said something I did not mean", and that she regretted coming "across as cold-blooded and cruel".
She apologized for her remarks in a 2020 interview with The New York Times, calling them "totally stupid".
Fair World Order-Z
Fair World Order-Z:
As an American I think it’s worth it to see her gone! And now we need to work on the rest of them!
Robert Forster
Robert Forster:
84? I thought she was much older.
Craft Paint
Craft Paint:
She was still a secretary of state. You don't actually believe their voice ever leaves the government do you?
"Call on the Lord in the day of trouble,
and he will deliver you"
           -Psalm 50: 15
Trigger Jon
Trigger Jon:
Wonder who was fortunate enough to see her fear before she went downstairs
Anastasiya Gorodnicheva
Anastasiya Gorodnicheva:
Прекрасная новость))
Gage L
Gage L:
“We have heard that half a million children have died.. that's more children than died in the price worth it?” “We think the price was worth it" [Madeleine Albright 1937 - 2022] #Iraq #Warcriminal
Que satanás receba alma dela de braços abertos . 🔥🔥🔥
She is now screaming in hell for eternity alongside Donald Rumsfeld.
- We have heard that half a million [Iraqi] children have died. I mean, that is more children than died in Hiroshima," Stahl said. "And, you know, is the price worth it?"
"I think that is a very hard choice," Albright answered, "but the price, we think, the price is worth it."
Kind Regards
Kind Regards:
Somalia, Bosnia & Rwanda. I wouldn't want to be a fly on the wall at her judgement day.. Jeez.
The woman who said about the death of half a million Iraqi children
"I think this is a very hard choice. But the price–we think the price is worth it." .
Today she will face all of them.
Respect and cherish Nature
Respect and cherish Nature:
Are u also sad for the innumerable people who died because of this "person"?
Madeleine Albright RIP 🙏 Thank You! ⚕️
Helena Marsenic
Helena Marsenic:
finally, thank God 🥰🥰
Natasa Stankovic
Natasa Stankovic:
The devil finally took its own
Tammy Beverly
Tammy Beverly:
I think this pandemic has taught people the importance of multiple streams of income, unfortunately having a job doesn't mean security rather having different investments is the real deal.
Chris Young
Chris Young:
For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
Alice Moore
Alice Moore:
❤️ Hermosa eleccion 4.FO/Elizeid de mejor
1 (elecciones ) 9.9/10 2 ( culturales ) 9.7/10
Son unos de los mejores conciertos
, no-puede-ir-pero-de-tan-solo verlos
desde pantalla,, se que estuvo
Sorprendente .
Gareth T
Gareth T:
The people of Iraq will rejoice. She's going to the same place as Maggie Thatcher
Jester Avrgjoe
Jester Avrgjoe:
Cut down in her prime. 😢
David Jones Anderson
David Jones Anderson:
You're right.
Damir Sirotić
Damir Sirotić:
Satan just became No2 in Hell.
Grant Buchanan
Grant Buchanan:
Excellent news.
GreaterBayArea Hero
GreaterBayArea Hero:
Not a lot of people know this but she also starred as the Penguin in Batman returns.
TJ Michael
TJ Michael:
"get out, they are disgusting......"
Yay! A fantastic day! Nothing like evil being erased from the world
"There is a special place in hell for women who don't help other women.....unless they're Republicans"- Madeleine Albright (February 6, 2016)
Arizona Ranger
Arizona Ranger:
and on the same day, Putin announces that the Russian gas will be paid in rubles, best day ever 🥲
marko stathis
marko stathis:
The "Difficult Choice" was NOT worth it!
Farming Ganja
Farming Ganja:
Leslie Stahl: "We've heard that a half-a-milion children have died [in Iraq due to sanctions following the 1991 Gulf War]. And that's more children than that died in Hiroshima. And..and... you the price worth it?"

Albright : "I think it's a very hard choice, but we think, we think the price is worth it."
When's he going to get to the sad part?