Genocide is as old as history. It has been a part of the human condition from the very beginning.
We do not know the exact number of people killed in the Americas. There was no one back in the time of Columbus compiling a census or doing a mass survey. However, we conclude that a figure of 50 to 75 million is reasonable.
“Police who abuse their neighbors and exceed their authority should be subject to the same laws which apply to anyone else.”
“Clinton, Obama and Trump share remarkably similar military ambitions. Their platforms include ongoing wars, profiteering, invasions and unnecessary wars of aggression against increasing numbers of smaller and less powerful nations.”
“We used the Saudis to deliver these bombs. We sold them the bombs. We sold them the planes. We provided air support for the Saudi’s using American planes to drop American bombs. We also trained the pilots.”
CIA and military resources are used to destabilize, invade, attack and terrorize smaller and poorer nations, selling arms to both sides of needless conflicts and avoidable wars.
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?
If you are tired of wage theft, slave labor and working poverty… abandon the corporate cons and war-profiteers who have brought us 27 unnecessary wars
…in 2016, … Stein is not the only one to argue that, while the Republicans have gone off the rails, the Democrats have perceptibly shifted to the right.
“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)