posted on Sep, 14 2012 @ 08:16 PM
I think this is an important development for the world as a whole, as is the effort to get George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, John Ashcroft
and others indicted by the International Criminal Court in relation to incidents of "extraordinary rendition", which took place under the Bush
If people and governments around the world stop buying into the United States' explanation of what happened on 9/11, there might be a chance to bring
the juggarnaut of international agression, driven at this time in history by the United States, to a halt.
The world has problems related to energy resources but they are the world's problems
not just the problem of the United States and not to be
solved by military aggression.
If the richest guy on the street came out and started kicking the crap out of a bag lady on the sidewalk because he wanted to steal her money, people
would be horrified, even if he said that the reason he was doing it was because 19 guys he couldn't name correctly had murdered three thousand of his
That's where we are in the world. Nobody buys this stuff. They are just pretending to go along with it because they have to do business with the rich
guy whether they like it or not.
I know the world isn't a playground and admonishing the US to "play nice" doesn't really address some real issues in international relations, but the
course being followed by the Americans and the NATO countries at this time in history cannot end well.
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