The Curious Case of the United States – LewRockwell

Internationally, the United States has punished sovereign governments that have attempted to liberate themselves from the yoke of the petro/nuclear-backed dollar, by committing some of the most heinous war crimes the world has ever seen. From commandeering the U.S. military to murder at least a million Iraqi civilians following an effort led by Suddam Hussein to ditch the dollar for the Euro, to brutally murdering the head of state of Libya following his promises to help create an African currency (with the U.S. Secretary of State openly cackling about it on national television), to playing a pivotal role in an effort led by Saudi Arabia to starve millions of Yemenis in order to advance Saudi Arabian interests in the region, the U.S. government has enforced an empire abroad, maintaining more than a thousand (known) military bases in dozens, if not hundreds of countries. Domestically, Americans have seen their civil liberties implode in the span of a single generation. The corporate press has been commandeered to promote the most destructive policies to human health that one could possibly imagine; freedom of travel, assembly, speech, and religion are on life support; and, the sphere of public discourse has been drastically curtailed to the point where mammoth corporations in Silicon Valley have developed a near-total stranglehold on said discourse. Indeed, it is rarely discussed how dramatically civilian life in the United States has been attacked in the past twenty years. The American population by and large, but most notably the younger generations, have become incredibly addicted to technology and social media, and these devices have a stranglehold on the American mind that cannot be overstated.

All under Jewish Auspices ~ oz

Source: The Curious Case of the United States – LewRockwell

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