Pope Francis joins previous popes in calling for a New World Order.
The unclassified Senate Committee study on CIA torture revealed details regarding mock drownings, medical rapes, slamming heads against walls, forcing prisoners to stand on broken legs, placing living prisoners in coffins, and threatening murder and rape of family members of untried suspects.
U.S. General Wesley Clark (ret.) revealed that he was informed, in the days following 9/11/2001, that the U.S. was planning wars with Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, & Iran.
Last night, at the sole discretion of President Barack Obama, the United States officially entered the Syrian civil war and launched attacks in that sovereign nation. The president had neither obtained authorization from the U.S. Congress, nor permission from the Syrian state’s current government.
The USA re-enters the Iraq War by dropping bombs on ISIS militants.
After much resistance, the Obama Administration has reluctantly released a redacted copy of a formal memo written by the U.S. Department of Justice to attempt to legally justify the targeted assassination of an American citizen in Yemen without trial.
An intelligence leak to the Associated Press has indicated that the Obama Administration is considering a targeted drone strike on a U.S. citizen living abroad. If this takes place, it would mark the 5th American targeted for summary execution by the U.S. government.
AFGHANISTAN — The longest war in America’s history is showing no signs of ceasing. A U.S.-Afghan security deal shows that the United States is prepared to keep military deployments in place and to continue pumping money into the mountainous middle-eastern country.
Our government is nearly 17 trillion dollars in debt (put another way, 1 trillion is a million million or a thousand billion) and yet Obama and other representatives of the military industrial complex (that Eisenhower warned us about) want to get involved in yet another war with a foreign country that never attacked us or threatened our freedom in any way. Our government’s obsession of meddling in the affairs of other nations rarely ends well, and though the arms industry may profit from unnecessary wars, these foreign conflicts do not benefit our country as a whole — especially not the taxpayers. Quick to assume the moral high ground, the U.S. government depends on citizens’ foreign policy amnesia regarding its own use of chemical weapons. The only thing more maddening than America’s insistence to go to war, is its hypocrisy in doing so.
With the White House pushing for a U.S. military strike on Syria, military servicemen have been posting their objections (or lack of objections) to following orders to attack a country that has done nothing to the United States and poses no threat to U.S. national security. Many enlisted men are experiencing the struggle between following their consciences and blindly following orders.
SYRIA — Days after evidence of a chemical attack in Syria was exposed to the world, foreign governments have been beating their war-drums and taking steps toward military intervention to topple the Syrian government, leaving critics to wonder if the al-Assad regime was truly responsible for the attacks. Why would Bashar Al-Assad risk regime suicide by attacking his own people with chemical weapons, knowing full well that the United States would use any such attack as an excuse for military adventurism? Wouldn’t any leader have to be certifiably insane to use chemical weapons on his own capitol city?
Since the creation of the European Union, critics say that the same globalist interests would attempt to create a similar union in North America. Such a drastic shift in governance often requires a long series of small steps, over the course of many years, in order to allow the public to become acclimated to international authorities taking charge. One such step towards a North American Union is the advent of cross-border policing.