posted on Nov, 28 2012 @ 07:50 PM
No, I don't agree with our course in the middle east. At least not as it stands to promote peace. Perhaps I could support a warring nation, if our
country had been honest about it, but then again whose honest about an invasion that is truthfully unprovoked.
The only reason I think the US is in either country is primarily resources, I believe most "terrorist attacks" for the most part have been either
false flags or isolated incidents that were not a direct result of any particular countries aggression toward us. If a country were against and trying
to attack us as a country I certainly don't think such an attack would be so simple as a solitary building or even a few solitary buildings but
perhaps attacks on entire cities and such. The fact is, if we were attacked by terrorists then those terrorist belonged to small extremist groups and
if that's the case why are we at war with what feels like entire countries instead of particular terrorist groups within said countries, and
Israel....why the hell did we get directly involved with Israel to begin with. Why the hell is it even our business to be involved? In many ways the
deal with Israel makes no sense at all politically. It only makes sense when you take things like resources into account and religious beliefs.
I mean it's not like 9/11, even if it was a foreign terrorist attack (which I don't believe), was carried out by war planes like what was the case
in Pearl Harbor where multiple Japanese warplanes were seen. No, 9/11 was carried out by American commercial aircraft, so how can anyone really blame
any country without more concrete evidence. Even if the attacks were carried out by people from that country the decisions of the individual do not
reflect the decisions of a country.
I have never felt directly threatened by any other country at any time in my entire life. I suppose a large part of that has to do with the vast size
of our country and the very small amount of direct impact the very few "attacks" on our country have had destruction wise. There are towns and
cities in other countries that been practically completely destroyed by our presence their to "liberate" one thing or another. How many towns have
been decimated by outside influence in the United States since the Civil War? As far as I know (which granted I may be ignorant of some things, I'm
not perfect) there has never been the destruction of a town in the United States by an outside country since the Revolutionary War as far as I know.
The closest thing to such an event for me is Pearl Harbor and even then I think that was, at most, the destruction of a military base.