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Historical Tradition of American Empire War and Genocidal Crimes Against Humanity
By Joachim Hagopian
Global Research, July 30, 2014

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America has been sending young men who answered its call into harm’s way for the last two and a half centuries. Enslaving Africans and engaging in a genocide policy against Native Americans for three centuries, America’s militant racist history was squarely founded on subjugation of darker skinned peoples. Only for a little more than a century has the United States not been actively pursuing a national policy of ethnic cleansing of America’s first inhabitants. And when the still highly deplorable human conditions on tribal reservations today are taken into account with such extreme poverty, rampant drug and alcohol addiction and highest unemployment rates in America, one might conclude genocide is still actively going on.

Canadian professor and philosopher John McMurtry concludes:

“The historical record demonstrates the US is provably guilty of continual lawless mass murder of
civilians across the world.”

Yet he adds that America’s impunity is only maintained through mass deception, corporatized propaganda, physical coercion and extortion. This presentation is a chronicled account and overview of just how relentless and pervasive the US Empire’s killing machine has been for as long as the United States has been an independent nation.

Inheriting its imperialistic Anglo Saxon blood from mother England and the longstanding British Empire, and armed from the beginning with its God sanctioned Manifest Destiny, to this day the United States upholds a long tradition of simply taking what it wants by hook or crook. Besides enslaving and ethnic purging through most of its history, America literally stole all its land from the indigenous population and then most of its western states and Florida from Spain, engaging in war and murder as its God given right as the erroneously, arrogantly perceived superior race and nation.

America’s taste for war not even a century out from its independence imploded on itself with the Civil War fought between 1861-1865 when Americans massacred Americans racking up more deaths than any other war in its entire history at 620,000 men, comprising 2% of the total US population. When defining a casualty of war as a military person lost through death, wounds, injury, sickness, internment, capture or through missing in action, an estimated 1.5 million American citizens became Civil War casualties in that bloodiest four year war span in US history. It was not until the Vietnam War that all other US wars combined finally exceeded the American loss of life of the War Between the States.

The second bloodiest war for America came between 1941-1945 when 405,399 American lives were lost. The Second World War was the deadliest war in human history with over 60 million killed, over 2.5% of the world population. Deaths rose to 85 million from war related diseases and famine, including up to 55 of those 85 million innocent civilian casualties in what the US military coldheartedly refers to as “collateral damage.”

The third largest American death toll from war was World War I costing 116,516 American lives and amassing a total of over 16 million deaths, marking it among the bloodiest wars in human history. Between 1914-1918 seven million civilians died in “the war to end all wars.”

With influential assistance from then media mogul propagandist Randolph Hearst, the US orchestrated the false flag of the sinking USS Maine in the Havana harbor in order to deceitfully blame Spain to initiate the Spanish American War of 1898. Of course as is so often the case, the real reason behind this unjustified war was increasing American expansionism and burgeoning global hegemony. And as always to the victors go the spoils. Cuba’s “independence” came under US exclusive control, and US colonialism spread to Puerto Rico, Guam and the Philippines. American soldiers are always the sacrificial lamb of US expansionistic imperialism – 70,000 Americans were lost. However, that is a mere drop in the blood bucket compared with the near two million Filipinos who were brutally massacred in just three years.

Then fueled and captivated by Hollywood films glorifying war and violence over the last century, this militant war-loving American tradition has only accelerated right up to the present times. Many Americans, particularly young males, have long been brainwashed, always eager to volunteer and sacrifice themselves fighting and dying in US wars that have been raging on foreign soil virtually nonstop since our Founding Fathers’ 1776 Declaration of Independence. In fact, more than 91% of the time America has been in existence (specifically 217 out of its 238 years), Americans have been fighting and dying in wars around the world. And America’s recent war on terror perpetually assures that more Americans will only continue indefinitely coming home in body bags or missing limbs and body parts.

No other nation on earth has such a dubious and aggressive zeal for globalized killing on such a massive scale as the United States of America. Certainly the US cold war enemies Russia and China don’t. Recently Putin was requested by ethnic Russians in Crimea to reclaim it given the fact that for centuries up until the 1950’s it had always been part of Russia. When his annexing Crimea is cited as Russia’s primary military aggression since acquisition of Eastern Europe’s Iron Curtain, American critics crying afoul are outright hypocrites and liars, not to mention deniers. Like the US currently in its thirteenth year, the former Soviet Union did take its turn losing its war in Afghanistan – the graveyard of empires – in its own decade long debacle throughout the 1980’s thanks to US financed and armed Osama bin Laden spawning the genesis of al Qaeda.

From the 9/11 inside neocon-executed false flag, al Qaeda has conveniently been labeled our enemy, but then throughout the 80’s in Afghanistan and the Balkans in the 1990’s and then more recently in Libya, Syria and Iraq, al Qaeda has been increasingly used as our mercenary ally, depending on whatever shortsighted, self-serving Empire interest is deemed most salient at any given time. Bottom line, from the Reagan-era to the Clinton-era, right up to the Bush and Obama neocons still operating fully in control, al Qaeda has never stopped being their friend even if Americans were brainwashed through lies and propaganda to view them as the next bogey-men after the Communists before them. All this is a very diabolical yet highly effective, convenient ploy to deceptively wage permanent war on the entire world, all for the corporatized American Empire and its controlling oligarch puppet master.

Meanwhile, our other so called cold war enemy China has not invaded another country since its 1949 occupation of neighboring Tibet. Another axis-of-evil nation Iran has not attacked another nation in over fifty years. Of course Iran had to defend itself for eight bloody years when US backed Iraq invaded Iran in September 1980. And finally the other nation perennially on America’s shit list is North Korea, which has never waged war with another country since the US cold war creation known as the Korean War back in the early 1950’s. During the three years of the Korean War, 33,600 American military personnel were killed and another 16,000 UN troops perished. But a million Koreans died (over a half million North Koreans and less than half million South Koreans) along with nearly a million Chinese.

The Dulles brothers operating as President Eisenhower’s CIA Director and Secretary of State were responsible for assassinating a democratically elected President of Iran in 1953. A year later as investors in the United Fruit Company, they engineered a coup forcing the liberal Guatemalan dictator into exile after he introduced land reform that interfered with US and the Dulles’ personal business interests.

In 1961 the leader of Iraq moved to nationalize its vast oil reserves threatening Western petroleum companies from continuing their exploitation and was subsequently ousted two years later and eventually shot to death, setting the stage for US backed Saddam Hussein’s rise to dictatorship in 1968. The kiss of death in regions all over the earth where non-whites reside is actually becoming a US ally, because once that happens, it’s only a matter of time before the US betrayal when it kills off all its onetime allies. It’s simply the never ending cycle of US foreign policy.

Comparing America’s so called enemies’ war records over the last half century with the US, anyone can plainly see that it is the American Empire that stands out as the world’s most dangerous and murderous enemy. In diametrical contrast, US military interventions around the globe over the last half century number into the hundreds.

Throughout the 1950’s and beyond, the US Naval Seventh Fleet has been regularly deployed in the South China Sea to ensure that Communist Red China does not launch an offensive to annex and unify ethnic Chinese living on the island of Formosa that is now Taiwan.

Shortly after the French gave up its Indochinese colony Vietnam, beginning in the mid 1950’s the US began sending military advisors that grew to 21,000 troops by 1964. And it was August 1964 that the US used the Gulf of Tonkin incident as yet another false flag to begin the Vietnam War where over the next decade more than 58,000 Americans died compared to over 3 million Southeast Asians. Additionally, America deployed thousands of US troops and for years dropped tons of napalm bombs covertly in both Laos and Cambodia killing up to 300,000 Cambodians and up to 200,000 Laotians.

The destruction of My Lai as a wartime atrocity just happened to be the only South Vietnamese village incident of its kind exposed at the time, or actually a few months after the fact by the enterprising now renowned ex-New York Times journalist Seymour Hersh (back when the Times actually sought the truth instead of spewing out mere government propaganda and disinformation as it currently spins).

It was only many years later that the world would learn that My Lai was but one savage crime spree episode among many during a six month period from December 1968 to June 1969 dubbed Operation Speedy Express where US war policy was systematically obliterating with artillery firepower and air support before US soldiers entered hamlets to mop up the killing operation by torching, raping and mass murdering at least 5000 villagers, nearly all innocent civilians consisting mostly of the elderly, women and children. It turns out throughout the course of the decade long war in Vietnam there were many My Lai massacres that had gone unnoticed until decades later when author-journalist Nick Turse chronicled these war crime atrocities with firsthand accounts of both perpetrating US soldiers and South Vietnamese victims in a book called Kill Anything That Moves (2013).

Such ruthless wholesale slaughter of other races has always been an integral yet whitewashed constant throughout United States history. Despite the incessant lies that are always used to justify war, the Vietnam conflict became America’s first military defeat in its history as well as the longest running war in its history. But it turned out to be just the beginning in a series of disastrous, even longer lasting military losses in protracted, costly counterinsurgency wars that continue to this present day.

It was during the cold war of the 1950’s that the all important strategy of opposing Communist expansion led America to establish countless active duty military installations on every continent. During the Suez Crisis in 1956 the US dispatched a Marine battalion to Egypt to “secure” order in Alexandria. In 1958 more US Marines landed in Lebanon to fight against an ongoing insurrection attempting to overthrow the US puppet Lebanese government in Beirut.

Military bases began springing up all over the planet to support US military operations to then thwart the Red scare spread of communism. South Korea, Philippines, Japan and Guam in Asia all house numerous installations and posts for US armed forces stationed in Asia. Australia has also been a longtime base of US military operations. Germany, Belgium, Italy, Spain and Turkey provide the bulk of American bases in Europe. Other strategically established locations are in Saudi Arabia, Israel and later Kuwait in the Middle East while Panama and Honduras in Latin America have been base headquarters.

Recognizing the mushrooming power behind America’s surging militarization under his watch, then President and war hero GeneralEisenhower’s farewell message to Americans warned them against the merging of the arms industry with the military fighting force to create the cancerous military industrial complex that he believed would be the single greatest threat to American citizens’ liberty and freedom. He realized that it was far more dangerous to America than any outside threat that included even US cold war enemies. But unfortunately, his sobering words went unheeded and exponential growth of the corporatized killing machine as war profiteers during the ensuing years have insidiously grown so mammoth as to have bought and taken over the corrupt US de facto government.

Since President Madison’s Manifest Destiny spanning two centuries of ironclad fisted control and entitlement, the US has wielded overt military and geopolitical hegemony throughout the Western Hemisphere. Regular military incursions over many years into Cuba, Panama, Nicaragua, Mexico and Honduras have dominated the New World on both continents north and south.

Immediately after Castro secured Communism in America’s backyard Cuba, in 1959 right into the 1960’s the Second Marine Ground Task Force was sent to various Caribbean island locations allegedly to protect US citizens in the region. In actuality it was to isolate Cuba’s Communism from gaining a spreading hemispheric foothold into Latin America. In April 1961 the CIA coordinated a military invasion of Cuba by Cuban expatriates to overthrow Castro in the infamously botched Bay of Pigs operation. In 1965 the US sent 20,000 US Marines to intervene in the internal politics of Dominican Republic in support of the US backed military regime against the populist movement to reinstall the former democratically elected leader Juan Bosch.

Often in the 1960’s and the 1970’s the US sent military air transports to the Congo to put down insurgents threatening the US puppet government. Throughout the cold war the CIA was actively engaging in coups and assassinations in numerous newly independent African as well as Latin American nations, cherry picking its anti-communist puppets as the continents’ national leaders.

The CIA even recruited Obama’s Kenyan father to a full scholarship ride at the University of Hawaii, setting him up with Obama’s white mother whose family was steeped in CIA involvement. Obama was in fact “programmed” in his early years of grooming that soon would lead to his meteoric rise from obscure Chicago community activist to junior Illinois senator to suddenly becoming the very real Manchurian candidate president that he is. And as the oligarch front man, he is still being programmed to obey their every command.

During 1973’s Yom Kippur War the United States in Operation Nickel Grass airlifted 22,325 tons of tanks, artillery, ammunition and supplies to fellow apartheid partner-in-crime Israel in order to defeat Arab states Egypt and Syria, triggering oil rich Moslem OPEC nations to retaliate with an embargo on the US causing the 1973 oil crisis.

From the wars of 1948 and 1956, but especially the Six-Day War in 1967, Israel kept stealing Arab lands through recurring skirmishes, conflicts and wars that resulted in a million Palestinian refugees. Meanwhile, the loyal US ally has always given its apartheid rogue nation whatever it wants and demands. While the US economy has been floundering in recession for years and Israel’s economy is booming, America still keeps sending Israel $3.1 billion in aid every year. One quarter of the Israeli annual defense budget has been subsidized by US taxpayers in recent years. This is absurd. Yet the Zionist hold on America runs so deep and dark, only the sinister players themselves know just how morally depraved. And with US arms currently being used to massacre innocent Palestinian people everyday, both Americans and the world are demanding that the violence stop.

Wielding such exclusive power in the American media, entertainment and banking industries goes far in explaining the US-Israeli axis-of-evil, but their syndicate crime network has been able to get away with mass murder and destruction in part because anyone who dares to criticize and expose their diabolical underworld bond is deemed anti-Semitic, similar to those exposing the corrupt truth about the US government dismissed by a false accusation of being unpatriotic or a conspiracy theorist. But that strategy is wearing thin and the world is finally seeing the malevolence of both rogue states. America and Israel are clearly the two most warlike and destructive forces on earth operating up till now with complete impunity. Those days are numbered.

1973 was an important year. The last official US military troops came home from Vietnam and President Nixon imposed the petrodollar on OPEC nations as the international currency. This secured a guaranteed US extortion fee on all oil purchasing throughout the world by all nations. Nixon’s right hand man and fellow war criminal Henry Kissinger along with the CIA engaged in state sponsored terrorismwhen Chile’s democratically elected President Salvador Allende was assassinated and replaced by the notorious military dictator General Pinochet in October 1973. During this war criminal’s 17-year reign of terror, 3,200 people were murdered, up to 80,000 Chileans were interned and as many as 30,000 were tortured.

The US government has been guilty of a longstanding unbroken pattern of backing bloodthirsty antidemocratic dictators who regularly commit crimes against humanity towards their own citizens. Since the US at will violates international law in its relentless commission of war crimes, birds of a feather flocking together has America just as frequently promoting, installing and endorsing with blind eye similarly inclined murderous, dictatorial regimes. Invariably by poor example, the US Empire leads as the world’s number one violator of human rights, causing other militant tyrannical nations to simply follow suit. US Empire wouldn’t have it any other way.

Those few nations with leaders courageous enough to actually operate independently in the best interests of their people are always punished, bullied and intimidated into submission. If coercive pressure fails to gain the nation’s compliance, wars, coups de tat and/or assassinations inevitably follow. Nations like Venezuela especially under the late Hugo Chavez as well as Iran have incurred the Empire’s wrath for resisting and defying America’s power. And now that the cold war is back in full swing, Putin and Russia are especially being targeted since Putin not only defies US hegemony but he has outsmarted Obama in his feeble bungling, weak ways. Yet on Empire pressure alone, Europe knuckles under every time in its empty rhetoric joining in the conspiracy to make Putin the world’s villain. Truth still matters and the world is increasingly seeing through the West’s hypocrisy and lies.

An integral built-in component causing such widespread heinous human rights violations is the infamous US training school for state sponsored terrorism and torture that is the US Army School of the Americas located at Fort Benning, Georgia. For many decades the US has been systematically teaching and training Latin American dictators and their military junta leaders to applying their newly learned skills terrorizing, torturing and murdering thousands upon thousands of its own citizens. It is now euphemistically called Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation. But changing the school’s name to avoid negative publicity and global criticism is but a feeble and shameless attempt to continue its business as usual. After all, terrorism must go on.

Throughout the 1980’s the US methodically trained Latin American death squad commando units that President Reagan affectionately called his “freedom fighters,” unleashed on the El Salvadoran and Nicaraguan countrysides killing 75,000 in El Salvador alone and forcing one million out of its total six million residents to flee the country. Notorious war criminal Colonel James Steele acting as chief advisor was the American officer in charge and most responsible.

And because fellow war criminals Rumsfeld and Cheney admired his methods using unspeakable pain to get detainees to talk in the 80’s, Steele was called back into service in Iraq in 2003 to implement that same “Salvadoran option” with yet another war criminal General David Petraeus. As a major back in the 80’s eager to learn Steele’s brand of counterinsurgency skills, Petraeus made a special trip down to Central America to learn from the cold steel-eyed torture master himself.

When General Petraeus was in charge of training the Iraqi security forces, his direct subordinate Colonel Coffman and Steele led the training of the Shiite death squads that violated every conceivable international law in rounding up Sunni detainees, incarcerating them in secret prisons all over Iraq and torturing and murdering thousands of innocent civilians. Their massive killing sprees in 2004 and 2005 ushered in the sectarian civil war violence that rages on to this very day in Iraq. Clearly Petraues, Rumsfeld, Cheney and Bush were all fully aware of the crimes against humanity and war atrocities they were committing but of course have dodged questions about their accountability with only more lies.

Abu Ghraib Prison scandal in Iraq in late 2003 and 2004 where detainees had been systematically tortured and humiliated by American military police was just the tip of the iceberg. Just as the My Lai massacre was but one example of genocidal extermination during the Vietnam War among many that were never made public, the photos depicting the inhumane unlawful, degrading practices at Abu Ghraib was similarly just one detainment center operation that happened to get caught in the act. But through the ten year Iraq War there were undoubtedly countless more Abu Ghraib-like prisons, especially if the hundreds of Iraqi detainment centers both in and out of Iraq are included.

Committing unlawful international crimes against humanity is both the nature of US Empire wars as well as the nature and effects of war on frail, flawed human participants whose rules of enemy engagement constantly get blurred and subsequently Geneva Convention rules and United Nations Charter laws are commonly repeatedly violated. And unfortunately rarely are their horrific abuses and heinous crimes ever discovered. We are still waiting on how Obama will attempt to slip that 6700 page CIA torture report compiled by the Senate Intelligence Committee under the radar in the coming weeks.

US armed forces Special Operations Command originally formed during the Reagan years never actually left Latin America despite the highly publicized Oliver North cover-up of the Iran-Contra scandal that tarnished Reagan’s overrated presidency. Evidence that Special Ops are at it again in Central America since 2008 has been confirmed. Elite counterinsurgency units from the US Army Rangers as part of US Special Operations Command South have been busily training Honduran military death squads, silencing and eliminating thecampesinos members of the land rights movement. The US backed military dictatorship in Honduras is extremely ruthless and corrupt, and is largely responsible for the international drug smuggling trade’s dominance in Central America as the cocaine pathway from Colombia through Honduras to Mexico on up to North America. The rampant violence and murder directly supported by the US government has largely contributed to the present humanitarian crisis of over 50,000 children from Central America converging at the US border just since last October.

The Empire inflicted death and destruction punctuated with war crime after war crime in every decade on multiple continents continued brazenly under Bush senior in Iraq and Clinton in Yugoslavia throughout the 1990’s. After the US baited then by complicity gave its taciturn approval for ambitious Saddam to invade Kuwait, in just over six months with airpower pulverization, the first Gulf War was over. However, not before daddy Bush went out of his way to commit more crimes against humanity by purposely bombing Iraqi hospitals and water treatment facilities to inhumanely ensure that an epidemic medical crisis would be the lasting US parting gift until his son came along. The result is a half million Iraqi children died of dysentery and miscellaneous other diseases. Depleted uranium from both wars have caused skyrocketing cancer rates and birth deformities for generations of newborns in Iraq.

It was then the Democratic administration’s turn when for three straight months in the spring of 1999 under the NATO command of General Wesley Clarke, Clinton rained internationally outlawed cluster bombs known for shredding human flesh down on the Serbians living in the city of Kosovo. The relentless bombing during the war’s closing days led to systematic destabilization, destruction and breakup of the former Republic of Yugoslavia into thirteen broken pieces with no sovereign independence but only beholding to US-NATO control. Civilian targets were bombed like the Serbian radio station which also constitute war crimes.

Throughout the 1990’s the Balkan wars were also where the US Empire continued financing and arming its mercenary proxy allies al Qaeda to do its dirty bidding carrying out US state sponsored terrorism against their fellow Moslem Serbs in Kosovo and Bosnia. US was complicit in both the ethnic cleansing it was sponsoring as well as profiting from the heroin drug trade that passed through the region from the opium fields in Afghanistan west to Europe and North America.

It was also the 1990’s when US executed Gladio B operations in Turkey, resulting in numerous false flag killings of innocent people, murders and assassinations. Again CIA, organized crime, drug smugglers, high powered Turkish government officials and generals exchanging lots of money were involved. The exhaustive list of war crime atrocities committed by America and its proxies at any given time all over the globe seems endless.

But since entering the new millennium with the forever pivotal event of the 9/11 coup, everything changed. The rising death toll and war crime frequency of US Empire’s global transgressions has only brazenly increased at an alarming accelerated pace. The neocons’ mass murder of nearly 3000 Americans on 9/11 followed by their repeated boldface lies purporting Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction and nonexistent ties to terrorism as the pretext for their Iraq invasion needs to be taken up at the Hague. The killing of up to a million mostly innocent Iraqis, the systematic dismantling of America’s constitutional rights and liberties, the criminal mass surveillance of Americans as well as the entire world, the US militarized police state that has ushered in brutal, hostile and barbaric practices against its own citizens, the devastating wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya and their accompanying failed state chaos and destruction, the onslaught of drone surveillance and deadly secret warfare both domestic and internationally used to eliminate thousands of innocent bystanders, and the utter lapse of conscience and morality in this rampant evil that has emerged as everyday modern life since 9/11, in its criminal totality and global destruction of all human and planetary life, it far surpasses even the worst despots of past evil leaders like Hitler and Stalin. The Bush family, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and slew of other neocons with 9/11 perpetuated the most colossal damage and destruction to humanity ever in modern history. They must be tried for their unspeakable crimes against the human species through the international court system.

Just as nothing much changed as far as war crimes from the first Bush to Clinton, nor has the changeover from one megalomaniacal regime of Bush junior to another in Obama altered the downward spiral into the abyss that has been set into motion years earlier.

The most recent fall of Iraq into the brutal extremism and barbarism of Islamic Soldiers of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) covertly backed by the US and Israel spells even worse times ahead for the Iraqi people. The systematic creation by US-oligarch twisted design of newer stronger brands of terrorist enemies is no accident, and bound to come back on Americans with the freehanded arms giveaways to radical Islamic extremists fighting the US proxy war in both Syria and now Iraq.

The false flag of the three murdered Israeli boys that precipitated the genocidal destruction currently being executed by the Israeli Army in Gaza against all Palestinians is an affront to all of humanity. The Israeli government knew that the perpetrators were not operating directly under the authority of Hamas, yet it was used as an excuse to engage in all out ethnic cleansing of Palestinians. It is such a shameful and arrogant display of pure evil knowing its military is targeting and murdering now hundreds into the thousands of innocent civilians, mostly women, the elderly and especially children. The whole world is watching in horror and turning against the state of Israel, all of course except the one nation that could stop it. But instead the US turns a blind eye and continues allowing the atrocities of apartheid genocide to drag on week after week. The sales of US arms and open support for the terrorist Israeli rogue state will resume uninterrupted in spite of the over-the-top daily bloodbaths piling up. Just as the neocons must be tried by international court in Hague, so must Netanyahu and his bloodthirsty henchmen.

Then the recent second Malaysian Airliner to go down this year. The rush to judgment by US and Western press and governments is a dead giveaway for yet another one of their false flags. So much evidence now is accumulating to indicate that it in fact was a coordinated attack by the US puppet government in Kiev. Why else would the Kiev air traffic control divert the plane purposely into a war zone when all other flights east flew much further south to avoid the all too obvious risk. Why else would the plane be ordered to lower its altitude on a cloudy day from the customary 33,000 feet to 30,000 feet to become more of a visible preplanned target. And why else would a Ukrainian Air Force fighter jet be trailing it so closely that fateful afternoon. Coming up with fake videos to lay false claims have already backfired. The warmongering bandwagon to once again demonize Putin and the ethnic Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine as the guilty culprits is nothing less than a criminal conspiracy, a transparent lynch mob on a desperate witch hunt. Their overzealous objective to escalate tensions and turn the world against Putin to justify yet more war and violence is also ever so transparent and is clearly not working.

It was nearly a year ago that Obama and company tried to use the chemical weapon attack in Syria as yet another false flag to essentially go to war with Syria, Iran, Russia and China, risking the start of World War III. Since the August attack last year it has been concluded that its was US backed proxy al Qaeda rebels that were responsible.

With such a pervasive false flag history, triggering virtually every US war, this current rush to judgment while refusing to present any concrete evidence is identical to last year’s paper tiger rhetoric. Neither the American public nor the entire world was fooled last time and they will see through this latest attempt as yet another batch of false flag lies and deceit as well. More importantly, the capacity to see the truth again will prevail, averting another disaster despite all the haters from the West. Prudence and wisdom through honest examination will win out, sparing the human race once again from another close call at self-annihilation.

This frenzied pace of diabolical madness underscoring all these self-destructive current events and ongoing developments is a very strong indication that the oligarch agenda is feeling a bit unsettled, as if they know the world is rapidly onto them. Thus, they are becoming more desperate in its ratcheting up agenda to eugenically manipulate the world stage for more doom and gloom. It is up to us to head them off at the doomsday pass with the truth. We must actively oppose their orchestrated plan to drastically reduce the world’s population at breakneck speed through war and poisoning of our eco-space.

Finally, America’s over inflated, false sense of exceptionalism and superiority with its “might makes right” credo may relish in its hegemonic role as world policeman-turned-bully, sole world superpower and ultra-aggressive yet imperialistic empire on steroids now in decline. Since World War II the United States has murdered over 30 million mostly innocent, mostly darker-skinned civilian foreigners who happened to have gotten in its way. And now its apartheid aggression is attacking its own people, like the puppet dictators it makes and breaks. Its arrogance and impunity along with other rogue regimes like Israel must be stopped. The international court system and world citizens who know right from wrong must step up and intercede on behalf of all humanity and life forms. Choosing to stick our heads in the sand out of fear and passivity is merely joining the legions of the walking dead on this planet. Standing up as a unified force of solidarity is the only answer.

Joachim Hagopian is a West Point graduate and former US Army officer. He has written a manuscript based on his unique military experience entitled “Don’t Let The Bastards Getcha Down.” It examines and focuses on US international relations, leadership and national security issues. After the military, Joachim earned a masters degree in Clinical Psychology and worked as a licensed therapist in the mental health field for more than a quarter century. He now concentrates on his writing.

 

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