Originally posted by JewAgainstZionism
reply to post by Corruption Exposed
It is common knowledge that US sabotages covertly whoever it can.
(even sabotages Canada when it comes to meat and lumber trade)
That's the thing with Israel too. Israel doesn't just sit there like a
neighbor watching you across the fence, it overtly sabotages you as a neighbor.
And poor average American asks,
Why do they hate us ???
edit on 7-1-2013 by JewAgainstZionism because: (no reason given)
While I know nothing about state sabotage against Canadian trade markets, except for what I learned through the movie "Canadian Bacon," but I concur
with your other points. There are multiple documented accounts of state intelligence agencies like the CIA using covert tradecraft tactics against
foreign regimes and power structures, always to achieve a certain goal. And I am positive that there are many more instances of this illegal behavior
that have not been unearthed and presented to the people of the US. There have even been instances of the US backing certain candidates for president
in other countries. There have even been international military actions involving US special forces that were designed to both destabilize certain
regions, thus keeping them from instituting a respectable government, and stage coups against existing regimes followed by instituting leaders who
would give in to the US on various issues.
So throughout the 20th century and into the 21st, there are countries that may be on friendly terms with the US, but not by the choice of the people.
Actions of this nature done by the CIA really opened my eyes to just how much of an illusion the power structure is, and just how transient it is,
even though people in modern countries today mostly do not realize it. They do not know that at any moment, for a variety of reasons, everything could
change at the snap of someone's fingers.
Regarding the evidence that Bolivia supposedly has...They say they may release it to Obama, although I am quite positive that he was informed of the
actions in that country before they were carried out. He may have even approved them. Things seemed to have worked differently with different
presidents here in the US. Some had much more of a hand in CIA operations than others, and I do not know which side of the divide Obama falls on. But
honestly, the CIA does not have to answer to the president, and they can simply choose not to inform him of certain operations, although Obama is
briefed everyday by representatives of different agencies.
What I think Bolivia should do is publish ALL of the evidence on the web. Let the American people see it, although I do not know if it would cause
enough outrage to spur action on the part of the citizenry. You know what the worst part about actions like this is? The CIA and other agencies like
them also work for certain corporate interests, and since they have so much power, they have the ability to get things done. They have been highly
responsible for making many of the 1% even richer. I mean just think about the money and power that is concentrated into the hands of the few. They
have enough power to even use the military to their advantage. Look at what happened in Iraq, as that is a great example.
And the post I quoted mentioned Israel, and it is spot on. They scare me more than the US as they turn to assassinations much more frequently. I have
read everything I could find on declassified, and some classified, operations by Mossad, and they are ruthless. Some of what I learned led directly to
my belief that Mossad was involved in planning, and possibly even carrying out, the events of 9/11. The evidence is there for those who wish to find
it. The bottom line is that actions of this nature by the US government, on top of all the other illegal crap they pull, is hurting us overall, and
shortening the life of our Republic. Well really this is not a Republic democracy anymore, considering that most politicians represent corporate
interests over the interests of those who elected them. Personally I feel that actions like this should be considered treasonous when involving other
countries, and a felony if involving strictly American corporations and other businesses.