US: We Initiate Terrorism To Create Terrorists To Overthrow Governments
by George Washington
Supreme Allied Commander NATO, testifies in this
2-minute video that the US planned to overthrow seven countries
after 9/11: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Iran.
admitted a strategy to do so ( here,
the US conducts
acts of terrorism in nations they want to control,
the US continues
terrorism to provoke an act of reprisal,
the US labels
the reprisal “terrorism” to justify covert and overt military
operations to overthrow targeted governments.
the US caused the “war on terror” as a policy choice; 9/11
was pretense and not the cause.
law and two UN Security Council Resolutions provided international
cooperation for factual discovery of the 9/11 terrorists, arrests,
and trial for lawful justice all nations supported.
The US rejects
the rule of law, violates treaty obligations, killed over a million
human beings from armed attacks since 9/11, and so far has l ong-term
costs of $4 to $6 trillion to US taxpayers ($40 – $60,000
state of the US ends when enough Americans in military, law
enforcement, government, media, education, and the general public
have sufficient intellectual integrity and moral courage to accept
the “emperor has no clothes” obvious facts.
policy choice of the US for Wars of Aggression has killed
20-30 million people in covert and overt wars since 1945. It
follows a long history of lie-began and treaty-violated wars of
choice to steal land and resources, as I’ve
reminded the public before:
1. The US
regularly violated treaties with Native Americans, as well as
manipulating their meaning for the purpose of stealing their land.
President Polk lied to Congress to initiate a War of Aggression
in Mexico. The result was the US taking 40% of Mexico in 1848.
This occurred despite Abraham Lincoln’s crystal-clear explanation
as a member of Congress that the Adams-Onis Treaty placed the “border
dispute” 400 miles within land forever promised to Mexico and forever
promised as outside any US claim.
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