posted on Jan, 6 2011 @ 07:47 PM
Originally posted by ElectricUniverse
reply to post by DimensionalDetective
While partially being right you have to read between the lines as to what this article, and it's authors are saying.
Now read this part...
Do you believe that it is in Americans' interest to allow a small group of U.S. leaders to unilaterally murder, maim, imprison and/or torture
anyone they choose anywhere in the world, without the knowledge let alone oversight of their citizens or ]the international
community? And, despite their proven record of failure to protect America -- from Indochina to Iran to Iraq -- do you believe they should be
permitted to clandestinely expand their war-making without informed public debate? If so, you are betraying the principles upon which America was
founded, endangering your nation, and displaying a distinctly "unamerican" subservience to unaccountable authority. But if you oppose autocratic
power, you are called to support Wikileaks and others trying to limit U.S. Executive Branch mass murder abroad and failure to protect Americans at
I am highlighting that part simply because it clearly conveys part of the reason the authors posted this.
The international community SHOULD NOT be able to oversight, or know everything the U.S. does.
Do you people actually believe that every government is completely open to it's people?... that they don't have secrets?...
I am not saying that AMERICANS should just do what the government says, or believe it all, but neither do I agree with the author of that article in
their claim that the "international community should be able to know, and oversight what the U.S. does"...
This to me is merely another campaign to indoctrinate people into believing that every country, including the U.S. should be part of a One World
Government, where a group of people will have knowledge, oversight and CONTROL over all the nations in the world.
There are some things that should really be a secret, but only things that REALLY have to do with national security, and not the excuses the
government, and in fact all governments are doing the same, which end goal is to restrict freedoms and have more control, which in itself the
changes the Obama administration is doing is towards making the U.S. part of this One World Government so many other U.S. presidents have also talked
You think the people who wrote that article have in mind a different goal from that of the rich elites?... No, they all are proposing a One World
edit on 6-1-2011 by ElectricUniverse because: errors.
Saying that is okay if you are an American, but not if you are for instance an Iranian, where the [rest of the world] including the US is demanding
to know what Iran's nuclear purpose is. It is no use pointing at the ayatollah for his anti-American periodical rants, and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who
insists that his programme is for peaceful energy as being an indicator of anything ultimately sinister, (more like deliberately confusing), yet other
countries, and especially the US and interlopers do just that. It's the old WMD theme all over again.
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