Or, you seem to imply a foreign policy exceptionalism for the U.S. whose existence is uncertain.
Government is a wholly secular affair. Despite the occasional "In God We Trust" flourish, I'm quick to point out that "Christian nation" is an oxymoron. Christianity is not carried out at the national level, and the Carpenter didn't lay it down for the United States as such.
All of which leads up to my bewilderment at
You sound more Randian than Christian.
Why wouldn't I? Christianity is like chess. It's all there, in plain view, the whole time. Countries are more like poker, bluffing and cheating like. .
I take the existence of this story to mean that Zuckerberg's campaign contributions aren't meeting Her Majesty's expectations.
Or am I being too cynical?
There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, but the end thereof are the ways of death.
Tearing down walls is always a good thing.
Is it OK if I just hope you are proven correct, while kinda knowing that this story goes another way?
The reference didn't answer the original question.
Oh, the reference answers a multitude of questions. But the reference is of the "he who hath ears, let him hear" variety, and cochlear implants are beyond my scope. You'll have to take that up with the author, sir.