Thursday, December 3, 2009

Consider This

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Consider this possibility:

Letter to Financial Post:
by morleyevans on Tue, 12/01/2009 - 9:25am
The United States is founded upon the notion that it liberates people from tyranny and that it must defend the bastion of liberty it has created for free people from tyrants who have always dominated mankind. To this end, the United States has been waging war on the rest of the world for its entire history. This Napoleonic mission was not created by Napoleon. It was created by the United States which came into existence before Napoleon [and before the French Revolution]. Americans need to take a look at what Washington has been doing all these years and what they have been asked to do on Washington's behalf. Americans may come to the shocking realization that the United States is not the world's moral leader and it never was the world's moral leader. Washington is just another tyrant and it has always been just another tyrant. Washington has been building its domination of the world since the Spanish-American War in 1898. The history of the 20th century is the history of the U.S. Empire.

hate of muslims
by manolovega on Tue, 12/01/2009 - 10:02am
I agree that the hate have been created by the number of death in the muslim world BUT more so by the unrestricted and unquilified assistance of USA to the State of Israel.
Your name: morleyevans
Subject: Comment: *
True: Consider that the main reason Israel exists is to be the bad guy in the Middle East, so the United States can play the good guy. The United States has been playing off one side against the other for hundreds of years while it presents itself — and thinks of itself — as the innocent onlooker. The United States comes in to restore order when all else has failed. Then it picks up all the marbles at the end of the game. It is best to think of the Middle East in particular and the world in general as Kabuki theatre or professional wrestling where the sport is fake and the activity is real and "the story" is the sport. From Washington's point of view, strife and turmoil are always everybody else's fault. Yet close examination consistently reveals the United States is the main reason for the strife and turmoil.

CONSIDER it is Washington that started WW I (1914-1918) and Washington that started the Seven Years' War (1754-1763), the American Revolution (1775-1783), the War of 1812 (1812-1815), Texas independence (1836), the Mexican-American War (1846-1848), the Civil War (1861-1865), all the Indian Wars (1622-1918), as well as the Great Depression (1929-1941), WW II (1939-1945), the Korean War (1950-1953), the Wars in Vietnam (1959-1975), Persian Gulf War One (1990-1991), Afghanistan (2001-present), Iraq (2003-present). Washington is the common denominator in all these wars some of which began even before Washington, itself, existed. The Great Depression was not a war, you say? It was a war on the American people to consolidate Washington's power and to prepare Americans to fight the Second World War.

The main purpose of the events of the Twentieth Century was to transfer power from London where it had been safe for centuries to Washington and its continental empire where it would be even safer. Fearless leaders like General Curtis LeMay would be safe inside Cheyenne Mountain behind thick steel vault doors when the world was incinerated in a thermonuclear holocaust. The leaders of the "free world" would then be safe to again lead us peons who survived when the smoke cleared and the radiation subsided. The transfer was done by 1945 when the senior partner, Great Britain, became the junior partner. The American Revolution was completed at last. The transfer was necessary because advantages were being lost as other powers were catching up to the world hegemond. Today, all that remains are military advantages. These military advantages are rapidly becoming irrelevant as they bankrupt the U.S.A. which is going the way of the Soviet Union.

One is forced to conclude that the U.S.A. is the greatest force for evil that has ever been created. We already live in a world of endless war. We are already lead by a gang of war-mongering psychopaths. Does anyone else in history have a record that looks like that of the U.S.A.? Has anyone else ever created a standing army run by something like the Pentagon?

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