By :Jeff Prager
That we’ve historically invaded sovereign countries while maintaining our own sovereign rights is no secret although it’s not well known.
Whether overtly or covertly we’ve invaded numerous countries in the last 60 years and we’ve deposed a great many democratically elected leaders, no less then 30, and replaced them with brutal tyrants. We’ve bombed no less then 50 countries. We’ve murdered 6 million people just covertly. It’s what we do. We’ve invaded some more then once. Chronologically these would be:
This is far from an exhaustive list but you get the idea. We’re a war-mongering country for the banks and corporations. That’s why our children die. NOT for freedom or democracy. That concept is a fraud.
NOW, we’re preparing to send ground forces into Pakistan. We’re already technically an “invading force” in Pakistan since drones operated from CIA headquarters at Langley and from clandestine bases in Afghanistan have been murdering innocent people for years with the operation stepped up by the Peace President, Barack Obama.
Why he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace is beyond my ability to reason or understand. He should have been awarded a Special “Psychopath of the Century” award by the global civilian population and relegated to a small prison cell and a diet of deep fried Falafel and Pita bread, water-boarded while chained to a cell door while being forced to memorize the Qu’ran in Arabic.
U.S. Military Seeks to Expand Raids in Pakistan
by Mark Mazzetti and Dexter Filkins
WASHINGTON — Senior American military commanders inAfghanistan are pushing for an expanded campaign of Special Operations ground raids across the border into Pakistan’s tribal areas, a risky strategy reflecting the growing frustration with Pakistan’s efforts to root out militants there.
The proposal, described by American officials in Washington and Afghanistan, would escalate military activities inside Pakistan, where the movement of American forces has been largely prohibited because of fears of provoking a backlash.
The plan has not yet been approved, but military and political leaders say a renewed sense of urgency has taken hold, as the deadline approaches for the Obama administration to begin withdrawing its forces from Afghanistan. Even with the risks, military commanders say that using American Special Operations troops could bring an intelligence windfall, if militants were captured, brought back across the border into Afghanistan and interrogated.
WE ARE, and make no mistake because we are the global Nazi’s of the 21st century murdering people worldwide for the multinational corporations and banks. Be glad you live in the US. Anywhere and everywhere else you’d be a fucking target.
1. All history concerning CIA intervention in foreign countries is summarized from William Blum’s encyclopedic work, Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Interventions since World War II (Monroe, Maine: Common Courage Press, 1995). Sources for domestic CIA operations come from Jonathan Vankin and John Whalen’s The 60 Greatest Conspiracies of All Time (Secaucus, N.J.: Citadel Press, 1997).
2. Coleman McCarthy, “The Consequences of Covert Tactics” Washington Post, December 13, 1987.
3. Mazzetti and Filkins, New York Times, December 20th, 2010
4. Image: August 14th – Happy Independence Day Pakistan
(Jeff Prager is based in Minnesota, USA.He is the Founder and former Publisher, retired, of Senior Magazine Arizona. He writes for “The World”).