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Help me perceive the problem of interventionalism!

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posted on Jan, 8 2010 @ 08:26 PM
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What I am trying to discuss here it the interventionism of the US government.

I do not want to divide us by perceived notions but want to discuss the actual interventionist attitudes that our government has.

Do we have the right to tell sovereign nations what to do and do we have the right to enforce our viewpoint?




posted on Jan, 8 2010 @ 08:42 PM
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Originally posted by endisnighe
What I am trying to discuss here it the interventionism of the US government.

I do not want to divide us by perceived notions but want to discuss the actual interventionist attitudes that our government has.

Do we have the right to tell sovereign nations what to do and do we have the right to enforce our viewpoint?



Nice OP END

I personally think the US should only use force against a foreign nation in the case of
being attacked by another military, in the case of genocide or if our allies are getting the tar kicked out of them in a potentially cascading fashion.

Eisenhower's warning is the way of the land now, I believe it is extremely damaging to our freedom and economy. Business interests who serve to gain from war can now
be rewarded for attacks made on the USA, this thought in all its dimensions is the worst
and most dangerous aspect IMO. To trust that large sums of money will not drive entities to drum up more business is insanity, just look at the corruption, it is not a stretch... Peoples inherent trust in Media, Government and Private good is the key, they use, will use

DENIAL is stronger than LOVE

and Exploded dead bodies tell no tales-



posted on Jan, 8 2010 @ 08:51 PM
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Damn, I never expected agreement upon my disclosure that I hate the intervention that I perceive as control.

Maybe I am beginning to understand the fallacy of our control?!?

That last is a question.

Thanks Janky for being stalwart enough to answer the question.



posted on Jan, 8 2010 @ 09:02 PM
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Originally posted by endisnighe
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Damn, I never expected agreement upon my disclosure that I hate the intervention that I perceive as control.

Maybe I am beginning to understand the fallacy of our control?!?

That last is a question.

Thanks Janky for being stalwart enough to answer the question.


Rephrase your question would ya?

I need more to reference as I don't know how you feel or why you feel that way



posted on Jan, 8 2010 @ 09:17 PM
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Here is my viewpoint-The US government feels they need control

This includes Obama because he is an extension of Bush

Next-The MIC is a unit that is in the control agenda

Next-Who are we as a people to think that we know better?

Next-Who are we to assume we know better?

Next-Who are we to assume we know better in our own country?

Next-You know I feel freedom of is a basic step to another step!?

Of course I will be misinterpreted or will be considered a wacko!?

Maybe not-for what I ask is the value of my convictions to be evaluated. I feel EVERYONE has the right to their own values and positions.

I am almost laughing at this point, because I KNOW you cannot argue this point, and will not because you feel the same as I do.

Life, Liberty and the pursuit of good looking babes is my position.


You know the last was humor but a requisite avenue of debate.



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