NOW, the British won, the revolution failed, USA doesn't exist...... would the world from that point on until today be a better one?
According to so many people over at Quora, YouTube, Reddit, Yahoo it is the cause of so many problems in the world, from famines, to wars, to
destabilization of nations. It is the reason why so many countries out there are impoverished, it steals resources from other nations, it is one of
the biggest polluters in the world, its cultural influence is corrupting the world, it only makes up a small part of the world but consumes so much
leaving so little for the rest. It creates diseases, terrorism, hate, anger, pitting nations and peoples against each other ...... basically, in a
nutshell, an evil nation, like Germany or Japan during WW2; It is the Pandora's Box of the world.
Speaking of WW2, I read that its existence indirectly lead to it and WW1, so if it didn't exist, 100,000,000 would have been spared, Vietnam would
have been spared, Korea would have been spared, the Philippines would have been spared, Iraq would have been spared, the Native Americans would have
been spared and so many peoples would have been spared had it not exist.
And they didn't invent anything except nukes, the world would lose nothing except the capability to destroy one another.
Now of course I know bad things existed way back before USA existed but according to Quora, it wasn't that sever as it is today.
So, would the world truly be a better place without America and if yes, why doesn't the world make it happen?
AND NO, I am not going to accept the: "they are destroying themselves, no need to interfere" because that is not going to happen and that is cheap, I
want to see the world do it.
edit on Sat Dec 15 2018 by DontTreadOnMe because: gatekeeping removed