US policy makers always seem to opt for subordinates rather than partners when dealing with other countries. Especially when it comes to dealing with non EU countries.
It is okay for the US to back dictators in the middle east who subjugate their people, yet force other countries who aren't puppets of the west to come in line with sanctions and scare tactics - i.e. Iran, Syria etc.
Because the US is an empire run in the tradition of monarchy and crime families.
by Peeples 4 years ago
Why does USA still have hungry and homeless people if ....we have 23 to 37 billion to go towards helping other countries?
by topgunjager 4 years ago
Why does most immigrants hate America yet they don't want to go back to their own country?All I hear from immigrants today is America is crap this, America is crap that and nothing good comes out of America. then why do they still live here if they have better things where they came from?
by JasonCooley1123 2 years ago
Why Would Are President make a deal like this for Iran?What I don't understand and I'm sue most if not all American citizens are not getting is why Iran!, what sense does it make to give them like. Billion dollars to build nukes when they don't like America along with Irans Allies, Russia, North...
by Siny J 5 years ago
Why does God choose some and reject others?
by Simon Cook 6 years ago
While researching for another forum post, I came across an interesting note. Iran say they are only developing Nuclear technology to produce electricity - which is a noble cause - but they have the largest stock-pile of oil in the world (or at least close to it) so why do they need an alternative...
by Sooner28 5 years ago
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/03/world … odayspaperTerrible! We musn't ever forget the humanity behind the people who are living in countries with governments that are hostile to the United States. It's odd this aspect of the sanctions was never mentioned in the presidential...
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