I personally am proud of America. The Case for American Greatness"Feb. President, stop apologizing for our country.
Interestingly so, something very similar also occurred to the Occupy Wall Street movement where Soros-funded media worked with NGOs to come in and take over as 'leadership' … what ended up happening was the legitimate protesters started misbehaving as instructed by the new 'leaders' to do.
Most ended up doing whatever they were told to gain publicity from the media. This ended up discrediting the whole movement. Later information came out that some of these same 'leaders' were handing over personal information about the members to the FBI. George Soros gained a very interesting reputation over the years as people figured this all out, which is one reason his NGOs have been banned from Russia and were forced to leave his provocateurs in Russia were involved in the feminist Pussy Riot controversies.
That is how my critique of US foreign policy was characterized in a recent interview on the Fox Business Channel. I do not blame the host for making this claim, but I think it is important to clarify the point.
If aggressive US policy in the Middle East — for example in Iraq — results in the creation of terrorist organizations like al-Qaeda in Iraq, is pointing out the unintended consequences of bad policy blaming America?
In the Fox interview I pointed out that the current refugee crisis is largely caused by bad US foreign policy actions. The US government decides on regime change for a particular country — in this case, Syria — destabilizes the government, causes social chaos, and destroys the economy, and we are supposed to be surprised that so many people are desperate to leave?
Is pointing this out blaming America, or is it blaming that part of the US government that makes such foolish policies? Such accusations are never leveled at those who criticize a US pullback.
No one ever says that. Just like they never explain why the troops were removed from Iraq: Iraq was not a stable country when the US withdrew its troops anyway.
As soon as the US stopped paying the Sunnis not to attack the Iraqi government, they started attacking the Iraqi government. Because the US attack on Iraq led to a government that was closely allied to Iran and the Sunnis could not live with that!
It was not the US withdrawal from Iraq that created the current instability but the invasion. The same is true with US regime change policy toward Syria.
How many Syrians were streaming out of Syria before US support for Islamist rebels there made the country unlivable? Is pointing out this consequence of bad US policy also blaming America first? Curiously, ISIS is still operating and still making periodic territorial gains despite the fact that when you strip away all of the nuance what you have is a ragtag militia battling the most advanced air force on the planet.
Try as he might, there simply was no way Assad was going to be able to hold out forever as fighting a multifront war is ultimately impossible even if, as was the case with Germany during World War II, the effort is backed by a vast military industrial complex.
In the latest example of this dynamic, Putin gave an interview to American media ahead of his speech at the UN next week.
In an interview with U. President Barack Obama, Putin said Syrian President Bashar al-Assad deserved international support as he was fighting terrorist organizations.
Putin says Damascus should be included in international efforts to fight ISa demand the United States rejects, and he criticized U. The aircraft carrier was said to be accompanied by a guided missile cruiser. The carrier put into Tartus minus its aircraft contingent.Sep 14, · By Senior National Security Producers Suzanne Kelly and Pam Benson Editor's note: This is the first 'Case File,' a new Security Clearance series.
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I love this trend of Government using OSS and I hope more countrys get on the band wagon. I think if people start seeing all thier tax dollars being handled by OSS safe and secure, there will be much more end user migration. In other words, concentration makes it more likely that government gets captured by corporate behemoths and that regulations are written to stack the deck in their favor.
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It's the attitude that makes all the difference. And all those comments you made about the economy and government?
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