reply to post by alfa1
Let me try and explain that your accurancy is a bit off.
Korea and China 1950-53 (Korean War)
LOL didn't the Korean War started with North Korea? Ridiculous that the world blames us for that...China isn't bombed by the war. It's only within
Korea. The world was for defending South Korea at that time.
These countries are not bombed by the U.S. Guatemala, Indonesia, Congo are covert actions. Cuba is not U.S. involvement. Although the Cuban rebels did
invade Cuba, it was not bombed. Try again.
Yes they were bombed but because the ARVN asked the U.S. government for help, no one else.
ROFLT again they were not bombed by the U.S. no involvement there.
Lebanon 1983, 1984 (both Lebanese and Syrian targets)
Grenada wasn't bombed as a whole yes they was U.S. involvement. Lebanon, wrong again. The U.S. was there as part of a multinational peacekeeping
force. No invasion. Libya, true Reagan did bombed Libya after Qaddafi agents blow up a West Berlin night Club that killed two U.S. soldiers.
El Salvador 1980s
Those three are convert actions, not bombed. Try again.
Iraq 1991 (Persian Gulf War)
Panama wasn't bombed, it was an invasion by U.S. Special forces to remove dictator that terrorized his own people. No USAF bombed there. 1991 Iraq and
Kuwait for example was bombed because to destroy their will and most of their military supplies, Iraq started the war. Not to mention the whole world
was for liberating Kuwait.
Bosnia 1994, 1995
Again, We went into Somalia because the UN requested us to be there. Also we didn't not bombed it back to stone age. Some were but it was part of
mission to feed the Somalian people. Bosnia, from 1992 to 1995, all we did was enforce a no-fly zone over Bosnia to make sure no Serbs aircraft. We
just sit back and watch the Serbs massacred the civilians then the world hate us for not doing anything about it. That is in 1995 when NATO bombed the
Serbs. I say stopping genocide by the Serbs is fine by me. Sudan, it was misguided to believe that it was producing chemical agents for Bin Laden.
Afghanistan it had Al-Qaeda camps. That attack was for retaliation for the AL-Qaeda bombing of a US embassies in East Africa that killed 224 people.
Later that year, U.S. Special Forces had Bin Laden in their rifles scope but it was called off by Clinton. Letting Laden get away with everything they
Iraq 1991-2003 (US/UK on regular basis)
Yugoslavia 1999, we went in because Serbs forces were ethic cleansing the Albanians. We do not want to see another Rwanda. Yemen you're right it was
bombed because Al-Qaeda was there. Iraq 1991-2003. This war never ended as it was signed in a ceasefire agreement. Since Iraq didn't really comply
with the mandates, they were bombed by it. Also many times in the 90s, Iraqi forces were bombed because they were moving into restricted areas of
Iraqi Kurdistan. Iraq also attacked Coalition warplanes patrolling no-fly zones which is an act of war. Everyone seems to forget that we still bombed
Iraq even after the 1991 Gulf War ceasefire. The conflict remained in effect for 12 years until Hussein was ousted by U.S. and Coalition forces.
Iran, April 2003 --
Pakistan, 2002-03 Pakistan 2007-present
Somalia 2007-8, 2011
Yemen 2009, 2011
All of these wars seem to be part of war on terror. After when Al-Qaeda bombed the twin towers and keeping the lids. and when Iraq refuse to comply
with UN 1441, Iraq got invaded.
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