This war on terrorism is bogus

Bogus? The conspiracies outlined in this article do not prove that the war is bogus, they simply point to the fact that the US sees a need for an International Stabilization Regime. The US’s interests are at risk in a world of uncertainty. The middle east and North Korea represent two highly volatile areas of the world and who knows what will emerge their to reek havoc for us and allies. Oh, by the way, these areas are among the worst in human rights and the outright oppression of people. Is it wrong to want to police those areas, to bring order?

The UN doesn’t have that charter, no nation in the world, but one, has the the power or will.

Oil? Two words: North Korea. How can Oil be the motivation of all this when North Korea is on the top of the agenda?

Meacher uses the example of Pearl Harbor as precedence. To him it proves that the US has a pattern of similar conspiracies. Ok, fine. Let’s assume that US engages in such conspiracy as a matter of course:

“The US national archives reveal that President Roosevelt used exactly this approach in relation to Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941. Some advance warning of the attacks was received, but the information never reached the US fleet. The ensuing national outrage persuaded a reluctant US public to join the second world war.”

What again was morally wrong about the US entering the war, freeing Europe, defeating Japan and generally restoring/creating order to the world?


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