War Crimes And Real War Reparations
by Ariel Ky
I would like to start a movement of people who want to end wars and are willing to prosecute those responsible for promoting them. In my lifetime (I’m 58 years old, born in 1953), the United States of America has been responsible for most of the wars fought in the world.
Most recently, attacks on Libya, Iraq and Afghanistan, have all been aggressive wars started by the U.S. The U.S. has also infiltrated a number of countries where it presently feeds insurrections through training, arming and paying people to fight.
We need to file a class action suit against the Senators, representatives, attorneys, presidents and their cabinets and administrators, the Secretary’s of State, Condoleeza Rice and Hilary Clinton, and other politicians who are responsible for the wars that the U.S. has been fighting. We need to prosecute Obama, both Bush Sr. and Jr., Clinton, Kissinger, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Ashcroft, and all the individuals who have been masterminding military strategy against other countries.
We need to prosecute every single politician who has lied to the American people and misled us into wars. We need to prosecute every person responsible for false flag operations in this century and the last… every person still alive with blood on their hands. And until we do that, nothing is going to change.
We need to prosecute the Carlyle Group and every private equity firm and Wall Street firm that has financed military deals and made fortunes on them. We need to prosecute the companies that have made money on death-dealing armaments, munitions, military vehicles, surveillance systems, space-based weaponry coordinating systems, drones, etc. We need to put the armaments industry out of business by making them pay reparations for the deaths and destruction that they have caused.
We also need to hold the intelligence community responsible for their clandestine actions that have contributed to the militarization of the world and prosecution of wars.
Until we rid ourselves of this cancerous growth which has sped on and encouraged the militarization of the U.S. economy, we are looking at ongoing wars that never, never end.
I will not participate in any more global meditations or prayers for peace until they are joined with legal action for accountability that ends the profitability of waging wars.
We must change direction immediately or we are headed for the precipice, the lemmings swarming over the cliff to fall to their deaths in the sea.