No, that’s not a typo.
To believe that our presidents have carte blanche to do the heinous deeds is foolish at best.
The assassination of a popular leader like Soleimani and the lack of evidence presented about imminent plots he was supposedly engaged in, may empower other countries to take similar actions in the future, a slippery slope indeed.
A large number of America’s most respected psychiatrists have stated that this president is mentally unstable; that he is, therefore, unfit to be the U.S. .president, and must be removed from office.
Much has changed during the last five decades, but deception remains central to the state of perpetual war that funnels mega-billions in profits to the military-industrial complex.
As we spiral toward a confrontation between the U.S. and Iran, it’s worth reflecting on the failures to rein in U.S. aggression along the way.
War is bad for nearly everyone. But as long as we allow the leaders of our privatized war economy to reap unlimited rewards, their profit motive for war in Iran — or anywhere — will persist.
The primary motive of the war is to control Iraqi’s oil production to sustain the global oil flows and to keep a check on prices.
Iran passes a bill designating all U.S. forces as terror groups after the assassination of Soleimani.
U.S. “plans” for the Afghan war might prove a crime against humanity.