“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)
…*She has always been a warmonger. As First Lady from January 1993, she encouraged her husband Bill and his secretary of state Madeleine Albright to attack Serbian forces in the disintegrating Yugoslavia—in Bosnia in 1994 and Serbia in 1999. She’s stated that in 1999 she phoned her husband from Africa. “I urged him to bomb,” she boasts.
oweug[a…”She has been an unremitting supporter of Israeli aggression, whenever it occurs.”
Donald Trump’s openly racist presidential campaign is just the
latest example of how
the capitalist ruling class uses elections to sustain its dictatorship over the working class.
This American aggression, against nations who have not attacked us (even bombing seven in the last 8 years, killing innocents) is inexcusable.
Bernie’s tired trickle-down theory where we spend trillions, killing billions, making new enemies and bankrupting the state is untenable. Unending wars are not a platform for peace, justice or a future. And we have already lost parts of our freedom and most of our jobs… The war economy quit working a long time ago.
“…In directly aligning himself with the foreign policy of the Obama White House in the Middle East, Sanders underscored that he is not running as an “antiwar” candidate or offering any alternative to the policy of increasing military aggression by American imperialism around the world.”
The race for Portland mayor is heating up and 15 candidates have filed to run so far.
“Bernie is just the same as nearly every other US politician. He’s an imperialist. He thinks it’s America’s job to play Team America: World Police. Using our tax dollars, he has joined with warmongers in both political parties and condoned – directly or indirectly – some of the most gruesome US foreign policy decisions in decades.”
“I don’t want my child to have died for nothing and I refuse to let his legacy or his name be ignored. We will continue to fight for justice”
An analysis of the statistics collected so far found the rate of deaths currently stands at 3.1 per day. This rate has remained relatively steady throughout the year, peaking through the month of March to a daily rate of almost four and dipping to an average of 2.6 through June.