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When Obama took office we were fighting four unprovoked wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Gaza and the West Bank. And by the time Obama put troops on the ground in Nigeria, this made EIGHT avoidable wars where we created new enemies:
Afghanistan, Iraq, Algeria, Libya, Somalia, Pakistan, Yemen. and then Nigeria…
After October of 2014, President Obama went beyond these wars of choice until America was fighting 28 illegal wars of aggression in 28 smaller and less powerful nations that that did not attack us.
These conflicts include bombings, drones, espionage, an various forms of aggression to destabilize these nations so that America can extract resources, exploit people or collect extortion. This unprovoked aggression has made us demonstrably less secure.
These unnecessary misuses of United States military resources continue in Afghanistan, Algeria, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Gaza, Gulf of Guinea, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Nicaragua, Pakistan, the Philippines, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, Tunesia, Uganda, Ukraine, West Bank, & Yemen.
More than 29 Wars of Aggression
Obama bombed at least TEN Sovereign NATIONS: Afghanistan, Algeria, Iraq, Libya, Pakistan, the Philipines, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, and Yemen
None of these nations attacked America. There may be more. These are only those nations we can confirm were bombed.
This illegal and unprovoked aggression has happened before in American history. Previously, we had attacked one or two nations to underwrite various munitions cartels. But Barack Obama, posing as a moderate, allowed the CIA and Pentagon to initiate or continue more attacks, bombings, invasions, occupations and aggression than ANY previous administration since World War Two.
Most of these unprovoked bombings violate International Treaties, U. S. Civil Law, The War Powers Act and Constitutional Mandates. We have deployed troops, attacked, bombed, and/or used illegal drones and invasive espionage and exploitation against innocent people so that munitions firms can engage in military profiteering for corporate profit. This is done at taxpayer expense.
We were not attacked. These are, by definition, war crimes.
We have been making new enemies every day with this trigger-happy corporate arrogance. Under Trump, these unnecessary, avoidable and unprovoked wars continue expanding.
Sometimes, with our corrupted mainstream media, it seems like nobody is paying attention. It remains ILLEGAL to wage war without congressional approval. Since the forces we are arresting, chasing down, attacking or killing have not attacked this nation and do not pose any threat to the people of America, the insertion of US troops, CIA mercenaries, Pentagon mercenaries, bombings or drones are illegal acts and violations of US law.
Everyday people in the USA are subjected to multiple propaganda campaigns telling them to be afraid…
be very afraid. Based on this fear-mongering, the military-industrial complex has spent trillions and killed millions. The vast majority of the casualties are innocent of any attack against this nation. We are the aggressor in these multiple illegal wars of choice. Since everyday people are the 99%, we must demand that our leaders shut down these wars and secure the peace. Our corporate partners can invest in rebuilding this nation instead of wreaking havoc at home and abroad. There are more of us than there are of them.
We have the power. This remains in our hands.
writer, organizer, educator, and associate editor of The Portland Alliance
“Over the last nine years, hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians have been killed in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Yemen, Palestine, Pakistan and other countries targeted in what are ostensibly American “wars on terrorism.”
The U.S. has the highest defense budget in its history, exceeding the combined military expenditures of all other nations in the world combined.
The latest convenient “terrorist threat” dominating corporate media is crowding out very real economic problems inflicted upon the people of the U.S. and the world.
Trump, as he promised, has continued these wars.
This avoidable corporate aggression has already bankrupted America and the bottom will fall out 2020 and 2030. We must prevent this disaster.
“One thing is certain. The United States government and ruling class have had othing to offer people but war, bankruptcy. intensified domestic surveillance and economic “austerity.” If the CIA, the Pentagon, the White House and our corporate media continue to bombard the airwaves with threats about “terrorism,” this propaganda will block any discussion about very real economic and environmental problems facing everyday people.
Questions about “security” will take priority over the decline of the American “empire.” These wars of choice have put 34 million people out of work at home. Banks have foreclosed on millions of homes, closed hundreds of schools and have forced tens of thousands of university students away from their studies due to a monumental escalation of fees and cutbacks in financial assistance.”
Western intervention overseas costs trillions, creates more enemies and makes the world demonstrably less secure. We have become the terror.
If we continue dozens of simultaneous wars costing trillions, American bankruptcy will destabilize the world economy and the United States will be in hasty retreat from more than 900 bases used to wage 28 wars from more than 150 nations.
The collapse of American empire will take place between 2025 and 2030, right when our oceans are beginning flood cities, water supplies and nuclear power generation plants. This is wake-up time.
“Peace is the only battle worth waging.”