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Is our view of the US distorted?

Updated on September 27, 2014

Why is the US so determined to keep Pakistan and Afghanistan? Could it be a military maneuver that disguises a bigger agenda, a bigger objective? Are we fortifying our military wins, positions as a result? Israel is hammering down Iran if it's not by assassinating unlawfully civilians, it perniciously infects with viruses the Iranian nuclear plant network. What if behind Israel was the US? What if the US was the real assailant?


In retrospect, it recently invaded Iraq, Lybia and it installed a government of its political obedience and we will presume with its economical model too. Militarily, it shaped and developed a personal army made with international soldiers on the Lybian soil to ensure the loyalty of the army to its commander in chief i.e. the president of the US. I thought we were the only ones to respond to his orders! Since the UN, IMF, NATO and the ICJ (International court of justice) among others... are satellites of the US supremacy, implying that the games are rigged from the outset, we will admit that their objective concurs to multiply and solidify the US interests worldwide.

What will happen to the Lybian people if they revolt? First the government accordingly to its predispositions will either take side with its people, either oppose the rebellion by clashing with it. Now most of the time, in time of popular frustration, anger and hunger are prevailing factors in any insurrections, the army after physical clashes with its people, usually sides with the claims of the people. The same people, the same blood, the same race. Lately the events in Egypt, in Syria support inequivocably the founding of my allegation. With a multinational and pluricultural army, the problem of rallying the local people won't be on the table and its legitimate massacre easier.

We know now that the US is aiming at a military expansion in the Asian region and all over the world. Its pawns on the world chessboard indicate clearly its motivation, the control of future economical powers and the freezing of its former biggest enemy Russia are prioritary in their agenda. Will it shift with the nomination of Hagel? If the US has accentuated its presence in the Pacific, China is the target. If the US ensured destabilizations and puppetering in the Middle East, Iran is more likely the beast to tame.

In spite of failures propped by our interventions in both Pakistan and Afghanistan, in spite of our obsession with those two visceral enemies, we are in the right mind to question the rationale behind the US behaviour beside of the obvious reason the economical gain to substract from those autochthons. Afghanistan's oil resources in the north exploitable by the Chinese as soon as peace is restored is target number one, but also the huge copper availability and natural gas as the icing on the cake are to die for, literally, for the US. Are your taste buds drooling, yet? Contrary to our knowledge, the US is still dealing Afghan drug to finance covered operations using Kosovo as the platform for distribution. Isn't it worth of a 007 plot?

While examining the map of the Middle East, their motivation is irrefutable! Which country is limitrophe with Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq? Let's give you the benefit of the doubt by answering Iran. Could it be that Iran is our real goal and all the surrounding countries a welcoming pretext to have our foot on their soil, to sack on our way? By studying the invasion of Syria by foreign mercenaries at the orders of NATO, an infiltration on the Syrian territory would have been impossible without the Turkish green light. Why not copy the maneuver?

Have you noticed that most of the countries neighboring Iran are hostile to the US foreign policy to say the least? Considering this common denominator and that the only ally in the region, Turkey, thanks to our financial bribe, didn't meet all our requirements since it had the shortest border (310 miles) with our fatal enemy, isn't the invasion of Iraq that counts 906 miles of common border logic?

There lies the suppurating wound that we will poke in. When surgically dismembering its geography and especially its topography, we understand why Turkey is not the best candidate to help us in our Middle Eastern conquest since its culminating mountains border will dissuade any Rambo-like intruder. The same ones who were recently arrested by the Iranian government, who pretended that they were hiking in the region. On the other hand, Iraqi's south east frontier is definitely more hospitable for any navy seals' penetration! The same ones that were sacrificed in Benghazi, you remember?

Now given our historical dissenssions since the overthrow of democratically elected Mohammad Mossadegh, does my point raise a relevant question or am I raving? To test the waters on the international community, why not use Israel, our faithful dog that obeys to the letter to any of our whims since we grant them not only protection but also and foremost, allot them a generous $3 bn prebend to pamper itself, as a guinea pig? Another by proxy war, why not after all, isn't it our modern modus operandi? Like in Syria we would adopt an extensive at will plan to attack, bomb or cease their assets! Is Iran's encirclement our military objective? Is it possible that we've been fooled from the beginning? It would not be the first time! September 11 was our government's best shot so far!

What has become of the 1648 Westphalie treaty infanting the 1945 United Nations chart celebrating the self-determination and sovereignty of any country in the world? What has become of our values preaching the right to pursue happiness? The toilet seems to be the adequate refuge, doesn't it?

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago from Palm Springs

      Your overwrought diatribe about the USA being an imperialist/conglomeratist loose canon is about as factually unencumbered as the factoid-filled multi-conspiracy theories on the Kennedy asassination.

      The USA tried being an imperialist power once, at the turn of the 2oth century, and failed miserably. And from that miserable experience came the mindset that imperialism should be fought where it rears its ugly head. So to label the USA, an imperialist dragon, is to say the least, devoid of historical perspective.

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      The US is the freedom fighter, everybody knows that, you the first. In West Papua, Palestine, Congo (against the French invasion)... where is it? Where was it in the massacres in Rwanda?...

      The US is present when wealth to exploit is not accessible to its multinationals.

      When did it miserably fail? Don't tell me Vietnam?

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago from Palm Springs

      @max:

      You fail to understand that the US will act when its leaders perceive by consensus that its national interest is threatened by whatever mechanism, whether it be by a nuclear Iran, or by an expansionist Soviet Union or by a suddenly interventionist China . The places that you mentioned where imperialism supossedly reared its ugly head (West Congo) was peripheral to US interests. In the case of the internicine warware between Israel and its Arab neighbors , this conundrum would never be solved unless the Palestinian's and their supporters (in the Arab league and now joined by a soon to be nuclear power, Iran) would abandon their oft repeated promise to wipe Israel off the map. The US could have intervened in Rwanda for purely humanitarian reason, but Clinton decided not to, a decission that he has since regreted.

      Now Vietnam---Communism at its most virulent during the Cold War. The US had no choice but to confront it, whether in the Korean Peninsula, or in the Vietnamese hinterlands. IT now turned out that communism's demise was not in the battlefield of war, but in the battlefield of socialist vs. capitalist economics. China and the Soviet Union, the great purveyors of communism then are now, not only in theory but also in practice, capitalistic. Now their government may still be totatlitarinists... but that's another topic for discussion.

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      The US will act upon its economical needs. Which threat was ever made to the US? We are the expansionist : Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon (now), Somalia, Congo (France is on the field with our blessing, we shall share the fruits of the harvest), Iran (soon) etc...

      So you are telling me that Clinton was the ONLY US president without the military industrial complex pointing a gun at him? And you want me to believe that versus their land had nothing to offer us that we didn't have?

      I thought it was clear that it was a wrong translation of farsi? It is interesting to me that your understanding of the middle east conflict is summarized by a threat that never happened whereas meanwhile Israel attacked Somalia, Syria, Palestine, Lebanon without impunity? Why is it so?

      As I already said it through Eisenhower's words, had the Vietnamese voted for a president they would have elected Ho-Chi-Minh at a majoritarian 80%. It says it all about our view of democracy!

      And the US is not totalitarian? Ask Manning or Snowden!

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago from Palm Springs

      @max:

      If you are so disgusted with the USA, why then even reside here. Why not live in Venezulea and or Russia, and or China,where your rantings might have a more receptive audience. The is what Snowden did. As for Manning, he has more psychosexual problems that you could even care to imagine.... but at least he was man enough to face the consequences of his actions. When you do act on your revolutionary instincts, would you be as manful as Manning when the time comes that you would face the consequences of those "revolutinary" acts.

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      In what way the US is different from Russia or China as for its corruption? As for its oligarchy?

      Snowden was smart enough not to give himself to be judged by a partial justice.

      What do you mean when you refer to "revolutionary acts"?

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago from Palm Springs

      @Max:

      You were the one who opened that can of worm... so now you have to be more specific about what you meant by revolutionary thoughts and actions that you referred in one of your post on your own HUB "Are we Far from Dystopia? "

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      A can of worm would be a vocabulary that I would use in a dictatorship. The freedom of speech still exists, doesn't it?

      If for whatever reason the people had to rebel against tyranny, I would be in the frontline. What is so outrageous? You wouldn't fight for your rights? I would.

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago from Palm Springs

      Well good for you Max.... you armchair revolutionary you.

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      Coming from who? The one who trusts his government with his life? I am not that naïve. I admire Assange, Manning and Snowden, people that paid with their lives for us, idiots, to know the truth!

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago from Palm Springs

      @max:

      "Paid with their lives..."? There you go again with your overwrought ranting. All three are alive and well....Assange is as far as I know enjoying his self-imposed exile somewhere in Europe; Manning is demanding to have a sex-change operation while in prison; and Snowden is , enjoying the best Russian vodka while ensconsed in a well appointed dacha somewhere in Moscow.

      Talk about paying with your life...

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      "Self-imposed" who would deliberately do that to oneself? You, I guess.

      Thanks to your rosy prism their lives are enviable almost. Why is Assange hiding? Why is Manning in jail? Why is Snowden banned? How come not of them are free to be where they want to be in the name of our freedom. Freedom of information.

      "Talk about paying with your life.." are you referring to those soldiers that are killing civilians for the fun of it? Thanks to Manning, I know who are the killers and the victims. So don't give me "we are the good ones and they are evil". What bothers me is that we are ALWAYS right and the others logically ALWAYS wrong!

      Something is WRONG with that assumption. What could be the probability for us to be ALWAYS right on an international platform? Infimum?

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago from Palm Springs

      Assange hiding? He is certainly free to roam around Europe and do all sorts of media events ...and no one has bothered to arrest him and deport him to the US.

      Manning is in jail because after a lengthy legal proceeding, he was found guilty of treason.

      Snowden banned? from where? He can always go back to the US as his father wants him to do, but then he finds refuge in Russia a better deal than facing the legal system in the US, which from my vantage point is still one of the better legal systems in the world.

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      Why is Assange limited to the confinement of the Ecuadorian embassy if he's not hiding? He was accused of coercive sex with two girls. It takes two to tango. They don't know the man and they slide in his bed. Sure. Nothing but defamation and manipulation. Especially just after leaks targeting the US. A coincidence?

      It is public record that Manning did no harm to the US but to bring to light what belongs to the public. Who is financing the army? Our dimes. The government, the army work for us, they unfortunately tend to forget it. Who found him guilty? The bias army? What about a civilian trial? Let's see if he would be guilty! He was guilty from the beginning because he EMBARASSED us. He made the soldiers killing a team of innocent journalists, look like ignorant murderers. Adults toying with sophisticated weapons.

      Can he come back to the US without us to be biased? NO. Because we are a dictatorship. His fate is sealed.

      It is better to be free in Russia than in jail in your own country!

      That's true, our legal system judges blindly. Much more better than Russia, isn't it?

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 3 years ago from Palm Springs

      Max oh Max where do I begin...

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      Deforest 3 years ago from USA

      The beginning will suit me.

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      Buildreps 2 years ago from Europe

      I hope I don't mess up this private conversation? I admire your spirit to keep on arguing, maxoxam41. For those who cannot see it's futile to explain the color variation of a tropical rain forest. Explaining the blackness of a coal mine might be more successful in that case.

      It's clear for all who have eyes to see that the US messes with the world at their will.

      Not only our view on the US is distorted, our view on Russia is distorted as well. It's not so bad to be in Russia as it seems. Assange is having a great time! Snowden recently joined him and is having a great time too!

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      Deforest 2 years ago from USA

      What is private nowadays...?

      Do we have the choice not to argue?

      It is interesting to see that 69 years after the end of the second world war Russia has become the land of the free. Now defectors rush to Russia, to the East... and the US is the dictatorship... It makes me wonder, for how long have I been duped? Now, thanks to independent website, I am discovering that we've been involved in the Rwanda massacres, in the unlawful deposition of Milosevic in Serbia... What a fool I was... But NO MORE...

      LONG LIFE TO THE TRUTH!

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 2 years ago from Palm Springs

      Hello Max:

      Why don't you give it a try and live in Russia for a year... the "land of the free" as you have so blatantly suggested.

      Then when you come back, which I assure you, you will, we could revisit this discussion....this conversation

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      Deforest 2 years ago from USA

      Had I been attracted to Russia I would have definitively done it but I am not. I hate the cold. But China is in my future.

      I will NEVER change my mind since the US is spiraling down the road to dictatorship. As we are attacking any country that worships their independence what does Russia do?

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      Alexander A. Villarasa 2 years ago from Palm Springs

      Start learning Mandarin Max....you'll need it just to haggle with store vendors on their maxed-priced merchandise.

      And Oh BTW you'll love their 5 star rated public rest rooms.

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      Deforest 2 years ago from USA

      Wo che Max, ni ne?

      Ni hao ma? Wo hen hao.

      As you will notice, I didn't wait for your advice.

      Since you are prompt to ridicule other countries why not starting with your country of origin? Anything to say or will you stay speechless?

      As China is the number one economical power, where is the US going? Oh, I know, Africa. With their Ebola and Tetanus vaccines they are sterilizing local populations in the hope to seize their land...

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