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The global menace that is America

Balatarin

 

Simple truths need no hyperbole for they speak for themselves.

 

It may make your blood boil - as it does mine - when you consider just how vile a menace USA has been to billions of people worldwide since the end of WWII some 70 years or so ago. 

 

But in case it doesn't, here's a list of countries that have 'enjoyed' USA's 'democracy export' in the shape of aerial bombardment and other types of mass murder since then:

 

- China 1945-1946

- Korea 1950-1953

- China 1950-1953

- Guatemala 1954

- Indonesia 1958

- Cuba 1959-1960

- Guatemala 1960

- Belgian Congo 1964

- Guatemala 1964

- Dominican Republic 1965-1966

- Peru 1965

- Laos 1964-1973

- Vietnam 1961-1973

- Cambodia 1969-1970

- Guatemala 1967-1969

- Lebanon 1982-1984

- Grenada 1983-1984

- Libya 1986

- El Salvador 1981-1992

- Nicaragua 1981-1990

- Iran 1987-1988

- Libya 1989

- Panama 1989-1990

- Iraq 1991

- Kuwait 1991

- Somalia 1992-1994

- Bosnia 1995

- Iran, 1998

- Sudan, 1998

- Afghanistan, 1998

- Serbia 1999

- Afghanistan, 2001

- Iraq in 2003

- Libya 2011 ..... 

...... A 'GRAND' TOTAL OF 34

 

The American dream is a nightmare to humanity and an affront to decency in the world.

 

The American regime's record makes yesteryear's fascist regimes look good.

 

This is why public opinion polls consistently show USA to be the greatest threat to world peace in the minds of most people in the world.

 

I wonder how it is possible for some to have become such apologists for the global nightmare that is America, often seen here speaking for the latter against Iran.

 

Can anyone explain the possible motives of such people?

Balatarin

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NiloufarParsi

Niloufar Parsi

A typical American idiot. Scary that such morons have their fingers on the nuclear button!

NiloufarParsi

Niloufar Parsi

This is a great one for a laugh:

"Obama phones Netanyahu offering to broker a ceasefire with Hamas, while sources say 98 Palestinians killed so far in conflict"

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/11/israeli-air-strikes-gaza-continue-us-barack-obama-offers-broker-ceasefire

In other words, pappa fascist calls its Apartheid loving baby and says daddy wants you to stop being such an embarrassing idiot in front of others. Hide your fascism a little better!

NiloufarParsi

Niloufar Parsi

US downed Iran airliner, killed 290, 1988

http://edition.presstv.ir/iphone/detail.aspx?id=369720


In 1988 today, 290 people were killed in a US missile cruiser’s attack on an Iranian passenger plane.


Carrying 274 passengers and 16 crew members, the Airbus A-300 (IR655) had just taken off from the southern Iranian coastal city of Bandar Abbas and was climbing inside an internationally recognized route to Dubai when it was targeted by two Standard missiles fired from USS Vincennes on July 3, 1988.


Shirzadegan

Siavash

"According to the United States Government, the crew incorrectly identified the Iranian Airbus A300 as an attacking F-14 Tomcat fighter (a plane made in the United States and operated at that time by only two forces worldwide, the United States Navy and the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force). The Vincennes was signaling warnings on a military channel which the civilian plane could not technically receive. Hence, the airliner was unable to respond to several requests for it to change course."

And American generosity :

"In 1996, the United States and Iran reached "an agreement in full and final settlement of all disputes, differences, claims, counterclaims" relating to the incident at the International Court of Justice.[7] As part of the settlement, the United States agreed to pay US$61.8 million, an average of $213,103.45 per passenger, in compensation to the families of the Iranian victims. However, the United States has never admitted responsibility, nor apologized to Iran."

Source:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iran_Air_Flight_655


Below link will educate you about the 80's which was active war and hostility between U.S and ruling criminal mullahs. Khomeini was alive and he liked confrontation with Great Satan. That was the consequences.

http://www.thecuttingedgenews.com/index.php?article=11451&pageid=&pagename

NiloufarParsi

Niloufar Parsi

America at perpetual war:

"The American government’s campaign of targeted killings and drone strikes has put the country on a “slippery slope” toward perpetual war, according to a new study from a global security think-tank.

The bi-partisan report, authored by a panel including a retired US general and former Head of United State Central Command, said that increasingly sophisticated UAV technology has “fuelled a ‘whack-a-mole’ approach to counterterrorism” and fostered anti-American sentiment around the world."

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/american-drone-policy-could-create-a-state-of-perpetual-war-warns-top-us-military-officials-9568395.html

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Sure, U.S is trying to find the solution for drone to target only the enemy, not ally. I don't see anything wrong with that.

NiloufarParsi

Niloufar Parsi

The 'solution' would be for the US to stop being such a terrorist menace to the world. Simple really.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

No, the solution is to make a peace through civil dialog.
Anyway, the conflict between Arab and Israel is not something new. It has been going on over 60 years. The bottom-line is that conflict has nothing to do with Iran and Iranian interest.
You may more sympathy in the Arab sites.
Good luck

NiloufarParsi

Niloufar Parsi

Literally not a day has passed since 1953 when the U.S. has not been torturing the people of Iran.

"The global system that was to be dominated by the U.S. was threatened by what internal documents call “radical and nationalistic regimes” that respond to popular pressures for independent development. That was the concern that motivated the overthrow of the parliamentary governments of Iran and Guatemala in 1953 and 1954, as well as numerous others. In the case of Iran, a major concern was the potential impact of Iranian independence on Egypt, then in turmoil over British colonial practice. In Guatemala, apart from the crime of the new democracy in empowering the peasant majority and infringing on possessions of the United Fruit Company -- already offensive enough -- Washington’s concern was labor unrest and popular mobilization in neighboring U.S.-backed dictatorships.

In both cases the consequences reach to the present. Literally not a day has passed since 1953 when the U.S. has not been torturing the people of Iran."

http://www.tomdispatch.com/post/175863/tomgram%3A_noam_chomsky%2C_america%27s_real_foreign_policy/

Shirzadegan

Siavash

Client Eastwood has a historical statement about "Opinion".
The above paragraph is chomsky's opinion. Everybody has an opinion.
What we do know is the fact that Iranians had a good life during shah's days and they don't have a good life during criminal mullah's days. Simple.
Those who are not Iranian, such as chomsky ...etc, don't understand because they didn't live in Iran in those days.

Shirzadegan

Siavash

He is a Hollywood movie star and has famous quote for "opinion".
Anyway, my point is everybody has opinion. that doesn't make one is better than the other one.
Unlike you who was born and raised by "non muslim family", I was born and raised by religious Muslim family. For that reason, I never drink alcohol such as beer or anything close to that in my whole life.

maziar58

maziar 58 Maziar

Press tv has been operating with their doubles
In and around the globe with wishy washy iranians
But suddenly USofA has closed and deported all it's staffs as
Personas non gratas to where ever they came from
And I think that hates left a burning point on some nameless