It is not a small thing that President Obama has claimed he has the right to murder anyone, anywhere, anytime for any reason or without providing any reason at all. A more pressing issue is that Obama has exercised this “right of kings” to murder innocent Americans who committed no crime. Why is this OK?
“After years 36 years of aggression, spending trillions, killing millions, creating more enemies and making us less safe… everyday people in America have failing schools, decreased incomes, jobs shipped overseas, deteriorating infrastructure, and crippled human services. And we are understood to be the primary exporter of munitions and terror on the planet.”
Evil lunatics run America, endless wars of aggression their core strategy, wanting all independent governments replaced by puppet regimes they control – millions of lost lives, vast destruction, unspeakable human misery and the greatest refugee crisis since WW II considered small prices to pay.
“Currently, American foreign policy under Obama has become a global assassination program, using bombs, drones and CIA espionage to attack smaller and less powerful nations for profit.”
(Bernie signed off on this aggression and Hillary participated in it directly)
Bernie used to be a socialist, now he’s a surrealist.
” American foreign policy has become a global assassination program, using bombs, drones and CIA and pentagon espionage to attack smaller and less powerful nations for profit.”
This insanity in this bizarre means the United States is arming both sides of an artificial conflict to sell munitions.
Strike Debt Portland is in solidarity with the national movement Strike Debt, striving to abolish all forms of illegitimate debt.
“Police work is often viewed by those in the force as an us-versus-them war rather than a chance for community-oriented engagement and problem solving. The authors also point to a lack of accountability as one of the reasons why police violence persists.”
Two experts in police use of force commissioned by the Rice family found “the shooting was unjustified.” Those experts, Roger Clark and Jeffrey J. Noble, also found that the prosecutors reports “contradicted one another, made unfounded assumptions and ignored principles of police training.”