“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?
These drone strikes are not actions that defend the United States from armed aggression against its borders or sovereignty, and they have not been authorized by the Security Council. Thus, they are incontrovertibly illegal.
“…the nomination of former First Lady and long-term Israeli puppet Hillary Clinton is all but assured. Her victory in November would mean more war and untold suffering abroad, and more poverty and oppression at home. This upcoming election doesn’t bode well for the republic.”
Strike Debt Portland is in solidarity with the national movement Strike Debt, striving to abolish all forms of illegitimate debt.
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“…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.”
“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.”
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.”