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America’s Forever War
« on: May 22, 2017, 11:16:46 am »
 

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America’s Forever War


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Published on May 22, 2017

On this edition of The Geopolitical Report, we take a look at a plan by President Donald Trump and his generals to expand the number of troops in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan despite Trump’s previous promise to not meddle in the Middle East. Despite Trump's pledge to get out of Afghanistan, his generals are pushing for an expansion of troops and a military “surge” in the country. We also take a look at Bush's generational war and Dick Cheney's warning that the war on terror will last decades. The Bush Doctrine of aggressive militarism was praised by leading neocons, including Max Boot, William Kristol, Robert Kagan, and John Bolton. Like Obama, Trump has adopted the neocon concept of forever war, but on his own terms.

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Biden the "liberator" of Serbs  >:( >:(













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Biden and Diogardi wanted to bomb Serbs













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https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/bidens-did-ukraine-there-was-iraq-and-serbia
Before The Bidens "Did" Ukraine, There Was Iraq... And Serbia

Authored by James George Jatras via The Strategic Culture Foundation,


The United States approaches the November 2020 election with growing apprehension, even dread.

For those who have followed events outside the United States during the past few decades, much of this sounds familiar. We’ve seen it before – inflicted on other countries.
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Now It’s Coming Home to the U.S.

As explained by Revolver News, what happens in America next to a great extent may be a form of blowback from a specific event: the U.S.-supported 2014 regime change operation in Ukraine:

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But First There Was Serbia

Today many people remember Iraq, some have a clue about Ukraine. But Serbia, which preceded them, is off the radar screen of most Americans. To recap:

As a Senator in the 1990s, Joe Biden was one of the most militant advocates of U.S. military action against Serbs during the breakup of the Yugoslav federation, first in Croatia (1991-95), then in Bosnia (1992-95), and then in Serbia’s province of Kosovo (1998- 1999). (As has been said about others like Hillary Clinton and the late John McCain, Biden evidently has never met a war he didn’t like. Along with Hillary, in 2003 Biden helped to whip Senate Democrat votes for the Bush-Cheney Iraq war.) Channeling his inner John McCain, Biden continually called for the U.S. to bomb, bomb, bomb bomb the Serbs while (in a foreshadowing of the Obama-Biden administration’s support for jihad terrorists in Libya and Syria, which ultimately resulted in the appearance of ISIS) pushed successfully for sending weapons to the Islamist regime in Bosnia and then for the U.S. to arm the Islamo-narco-terrorist group known as the “Kosovo Liberation Army” (KLA).

Joe Biden was the primary sponsor of the March 1999 Kosovo war authorization for military action against Serbia and Montenegro, S. Con. Res. 21. (As a little remembered historical note, Biden’s resolution might be seen as the last nail in the coffin of Congress’s constitutional war power. While S. Con. Res 21 passed the Senate, it failed in the House on a 213-213 tie vote, with Republicans overwhelmingly voting Nay. It didn’t matter. Bill Clinton, reeling from the Lewinsky scandal, went ahead with the bombing campaign anyway.) The ensuing 78-day NATO air operation had little impact on Serbia’s military but devastated the country’s infrastructure and took hundreds of civilian lives. (Even now, more than 20 years later, Serbia suffers from elevated cancer levels attributed to depleted uranium munitions.) But for Jihad Joe even that wasn’t punishment enough for people he collectively demonized as “illiterate degenerates, baby killers, butchers, and rapists.” In May 1999, at the height of the NATO air assault, he called for the introduction of U.S. ground troops (“we should announce there’s going to be American casualties”) followed by “a Japanese-German style occupation.”

Eventually the bombing stopped in June 1999 when then-Serbian strongman Slobodan Milošević acceded to temporary international occupation of Kosovo on the condition that the province would remain part of Serbia, as codified in United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244. It was a promise the U.S. and NATO, not to mention their European Union (EU) concubine, had no intention of keeping. Under the nose of the NATO occupation, ostensibly demobilized KLA thugs were given virtually free rein to terrorize the Serbian population, two-thirds of whom were driven out along with Jews and Roma, the rest sheltering in enclaves where they remain to this day.

Orthodox Christian churches and monasteries, many of them centuries old, were particular targets for destruction and desecration.

KLA commanders – who were also kingpins in the Kosovo Albanian mafia dealing in sex slaves, drugs, weapons, and even human organs – were handed local administration.

In 2007 Senator Biden praised the new order as a “victory for Muslim democracy” and “a much-needed example of a successful U.S.-Muslim partnership.” A year later, the Bush administration sought to complete the job by ramming through Kosovo’s independence in barefaced violation of UNSCR 1244 and despite strong Russian objections. But instead of resolving anything the result was a frozen conflict that persists today, with about half of the United Nations’ member states recognizing Kosovo and half not. Touting itself as the most pro-American “country” [sic] in the world, the Kosovo pseudo-state became a prime recruiting ground for ISIS.

But hey, business was good!
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Who is first female Sec. of Defense Michele Flournoy ?



https://www.trtworld.com/magazine/who-is-michele-flournoy-biden-s-choice-for-us-secretary-of-defense-41759



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Madeleine Albright on shaping the future of US foreign policy

Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, 83, said today that with the election of Joe Biden as president, the United States is entering a new era.

Source: Tanjug Wednesday, December 16, 2020 | 17:04


As she said, in this new era, it will be very important to closely link foreign and domestic policy in the effort of renewing American leadership.

"With the election of President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, we have the opportunity for a new policy, because I believe we are entering a whole new era," Albright said at the Atlantic Council panel entitled "Building a foundation at home for US leadership abroad."

According to her, it is very important that Americans are not afraid to talk about foreign policy, because it has been shown that it also affects the domestic policy and life of citizens in the United States.

Albright emphasized that, during her mandate (1997-2001), she always tried to connect foreign policy with domestic policy, but noted that the geopolitical situation in the world is different now. Commenting on Biden's future cabinet, she assessed that the nominations are positive, because they are people who have a feeling for both foreign and domestic policy.

She is convinced that in the coming period there will be coordination between foreign and domestic policy.

In particular, the COVID-19 pandemic, she stated, showed how important it is for them to connect.

Albright believes that the United States, after four years of the Trump administration, does not have a good reputation in the world and that there is distrust, but that the new administration wants to change that.

"Honestly, many international organizations need to be improved, but that can't be done if you're not at the table," she said, adding that it can already be seen that the Biden administration, as a good listener, understands the need for cooperation.



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So after 4 years of budget after budget of Trump giving all the money to the Military Industrial Complex, now a Democrat does continues an identical policy... what will the Trumptards say ?



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So after 4 years of budget after budget of Trump giving all the money to the Military Industrial Complex, now a Democrat does continues an identical policy... what will the Trumptards say ?



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Yes , but how many wars Trump started in 4 years ? Did he occupy some country to "liberate from" local dictator ? Any Colored revolution ?



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Yes , but how many wars Trump started in 4 years ? Did he occupy some country to "liberate from" local dictator ? Any Colored revolution ?



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70,000 bombs dropped.
Syria illegal occupation of the oil fields
Failed, but tried to kick off with North Korea
Failed, but tried to kick off with Iran
Sanctions on Russia, as they have effective Air Defence.
Bullied all NATO countries to double their 'defence' spending.
But most important of all, started a New Cold War with China.
Troops still in Afghanistan



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Globalist wars using the usa as the Golem ...
It goes back at least as far as WWI and Bretton woods probably much further


https://b-ok.org/book/1331352/0ebc48
Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace: How We Got to Be So Hated
Gore Vidal


It is a law of physics (still on the books when last I looked) that in nature there is no action without reaction. The same appears to be true in human nature—that is, history. In the last six years, two dates are apt to be remembered for longer than usual in the United States of Amnesia: April 19, 1995, when a much-decorated infantry soldier called Timothy McVeigh blew up a federal building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 innocent men, women, and children. Why? McVeigh told us at eloquent length, but our rulers and their media preferred to depict him as a sadistic, crazed monster—not a good person like the rest of us—who had done it just for kicks.

On September 11, 2001, Osama bin Laden and his Islamic terrorist organization struck at Manhattan and the Pentagon. The Pentagon Junta in charge of our affairs programmed their president to tell us that bin Laden was an "evildoer" who envied us our goodness and wealth and freedom.

None of these explanations made much sense, but our rulers for more than half a century have made sure that we are never to be told the truth about anything that our government has done to other people, not to mention, in McVeigh's case, our own. All we are left with are blurred covers of Time and Newsweek where monstrous figures from Hieronymus Bosch stare out at us, hellfire in their eyes, while the New York Times and its chorus of imitators spin complicated stories about mad Osama and cowardly McVeigh, thus convincing most Americans that only a couple of freaks would ever dare strike at a nation that sees itself as close to perfection as any human society can come. That our ruling junta might have seriously provoked McVeigh (a heartland American hero of the Gulf War) and Osama, a would-be Muslim Defender of the Faith, was never dealt with.
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https://mises.org/library/perpetual-war-perpetual-peace-0
Perpetual War for Perpetual Peace
https://cdn.mises.org/Perpetual%20War%20for%20Perpetual%20Peace_2.pdf

This book is a critical survey and appraisal of the development of American foreign policy during the Presidency of Franklin D. Roosevelt and of its results, as they have affected the course of world history, the national interest of the United States, and the welfare of its citizens.

The contributors to this volume represent the outstanding living revisionist historians, social scientists, and publicists who have thus far contributed actively to the furtherance of revisionist studies relative to the second World War. Each is a specialist in the field which he treats in his chapter. An effort has been made to cover adequately all the main aspects of the recent foreign policy of the United States.

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In our own country, the traditional American foreign policy of benign neutrality, and the wise exhortations of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams and Henry Clay to avoid entangling alliances and to shun foreign quarrels were still accorded respect in the highest councils of state.

Unfortunately, there are relatively few persons today who can recall those happy times. In his devastatingly prophetic book, Nineteen Eighty-Four George Orwell points out that one reason why it is possible for those in authority to maintain the barbarities of the police state is that nobody is able to recall the many blessings of the period which preceded that type of society.

In a general way this is also true of the peoples of the Western world today. The great majority of them have known only a world ravaged by war, depressions, international intrigues and meddling, vast debts and crushing taxation, the encroachments of the police state, and the control of public opinion and government by ruthless and irresponsible propaganda.

A major reason why there is no revolt against such a state of society as that in which we are living today is that many have come to accept it as a normal matter of course, having known nothing else during their lifetimes.
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