Global condemnation should also focus on the country responsible for the deadly, illegal and ineffective economic warfare at the heart of this crisis: the United States.
We need bold leadership to break the hold of what President Eisenhower deemed 'the military-industrial complex.'"
Glorifying serial killer-type behavior most service members would find appalling is a strange way to honor them.
"The protection of U.S. national interests in the Middle East and the safety of our friends and allies requires thoughtful statesmanship and aggressive diplomacy rather than unnecessary armed conflict."
The worst part of this entire bizarre situation is that these Republicans know this president is way out of line and starting to spin out of control and they are doing nothing about it.
“It was important that the perpetrators of those horrific offenses were brought to justice. Now Trump, in a twisted, grotesque ‘celebration’ of Memorial Day, wants to pardon these and other murderers?!
“President Trump’s saber-rattling about Iran has reached a dangerous new low with his threat to “end” Iran – a country of 83 million men, women, and children."
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"It's time for our leaders to stop sleepwalking and the public to speak out as an unrestrained Iraq war architect repeats the playbook from that generational catastrophe with Iran."
we now know the truth: the whole thing was a fraud staged at the instigation of Washington in hopes that the Venezuelan people and rank-and-file troops would fall for the trick and think a coup was underway.
What connection does the U.S. government or U.S. companies have to the conflict?