Does America stop interfering in elections overseas now that Russia has tried to interfere in U.S.?
The U.S. has notoriously interfered with many elections overseas. Russia accused us of interfering the last time Putin ran for office.
The U.S. is interfering in Syria, Somalia, Libya, Yemen, tried to influence the Ukraine elections, bombed Afghanistan and Iraq to oust leaders.
In the 80's and 90's we interfered in Nicaragua, Guatemala, Iraq, Lebanon, Yugoslavia, Serbia, many countries in Africa and S. American countries.
If the U.S. is so freely able to interfere with other countries elections, why is the U.S. opposed to a country exposing the mass corruption in the DNC?
Good question. We're reaping what we've sown, and we won't stop interfering when it's perceived to be "in the US interests".
May be Russia did interfere, though I doubt it. But all that's said above is so darn true. US has been policing the whole world, meddling in other nations internal affairs, sabbotage, hit jobs and when everything fails then all our war!!
For the US, its more like the petro dollar economy & global hegemony need not be challenged else there wud be serious consequences!!
The U.S. is the most imperialistic country ever! And I agree, it's doubtful that Russia hacked the DNC and hillary killary's emails. I think it was a disgruntled employee that was tired of seeing the corruption.
True! But since the msm has taken it upon themselves they will make believe via their tireless propaganda!
And same will vanish out of thin air once the objective is achieved just like so called 'weapons of mass destruction' that were never found.
Just read about a group in Egypt that was arrested for making "fake" reports about injuries in Syria,
Probably sponsored by msm or the U.S. government.
Propaganda is propaganda no matter who puts it out as "truth"
Yup, saw that pic. It dosn't even look like blood. Besides using kids to siphon off funds is becoming so old school now. The UK PR firm shooting ISIS videos or the American proxies like White Helmet already stand exposed. Lets see what's next!
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