“There is no telling how many wars it will take to secure freedom in the homeland.”
– George W. Bush, speech on August 7, 2002
Hoodwinking the public into accepting wars is a very old tactic indeed. Under the tutelage of the British Empire, the United States of America has been one of the most violent “democracies” on earth. So-called US “interventions” as world policeman have been taking place in most vulnerable regions of the world for well over one hundred years. Given that most of the so-called threats against Western democracy are either a) weak and debt-ridden countries; b) installed with a US-NATO proxy dictator and c) ripe for resource picking. America and Britain’s record of invasion doesn’t stack up with the axis-of-evil regimes such as Iran who have never attacked anyone in over 200 years.
There was a reason that the Bush Administration’s then Senior Advisor and…
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