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In the Recent 50 Years, The US Has Bombed sovereign states About Every 40 Months

4 September 2013
 

(Photo from AFP Photo / Sabah Arar)

This is what the US brought to Iraq: Car bombers exploded around Baghdad on Tuesday with at least 80 people killed and 236 more injured across the country.

Bombing other countries and killing foreign citizens have become a standard approach for Washington to pop up US economy apart from achieving its political goals domestically (drawing public attention away whenever the regime has failed in economic front) and internationally (reducing populations that are deemed to be undesirable by the Washington-Jerusalem-based global rulers-wanna-be). The cost is human lives, and lives at the number of hundreds of millions. If we say most of (not all, for instance, we still have our respect for Jimmy Carter since he did his best to fight against US political machine's killing urge) the US presidents since 1963 are war criminals and mass murderers, it shall be a reasonable statement.

The following list of the countries to be bombed by the US since 1963 is complied by intellihub.com:

1964 – 1975: Vietnam.

1965-1973: Cambodia. (The US dropped more bombs on the tiny country than had been used in all of World War II.)

1965: Dominican Republic. (President Johnson sent 22,000 troops to prevent communists from taking over.)

1983: Grenada.

1986: Libya. (In the excuse of two Americans being among those killed in a terrorist bombing of a disco in Germany).

1989: Panama. (The US invaded the country and deposed its leader, Manuel Noriega.)

1991: Kuwait/Iraq.

1992-1995: Somalia.

1994: Haiti. (President Clinton sent 20,000 troops to restore the government of Jean-Bertrand Aristide.)

1995: Bosnia. (The US and NATO forces intervene in the civil war with a large bombing campaign.)

1999: Kosovo. (The US bombed the Serbians to help the Kosovars.)

2001: Afghanistan. (Still bombing!)

2003: Iraq.

2011: Libya.

2013: Syria (Impending...)

In the string of military conflicts that the United States and NATO have been involved in since the second world war they have always attempted to maintain the high road by claiming that they were responding to some kind of threat, and apparently helping the people that they were bombing, [and saving the people that they were killing], commented Intellihub.com

Do you still have any doubt about the fact that the White House is the biggest threat to the world peace and the No. 1 terrorist regime on the planet?

 
 
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