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Violence Abroad Leads to Violence at Home – The Future of Freedom Foundation

Posted by Martin C. Fox on July 2, 2017

https://www.fff.org/2017/06/15/violence-abroad-leads-violence-home/

As with every other act of random killings here in the United States, the media misses the big one: The culture of ongoing violence that the national-security establishment has made a permanent part of America’s governmental structure.

For 27 continuous years, the Pentagon and the CIA have been killing people in the Middle East and Afghanistan. That is a long time to be killing people. And not just a few people. When we include the hundreds of thousands of Iraqi children who were killed by the 11 years of sanctions on Iraq, the number of people killed by U.S. forces surely exceed a million. Granted, not the 6 million killed in the Holocaust, but nonetheless a very large number of people killed.

The media just spews what it is told by their government masters. War keeps the military-industrial-congressional-bankster complex egos boosted and pockets lined. Don’t expect anything rational from them.

The sheeple are the problem.  They have been too long removed from international reality. They fail to understand when you mess with people for 60 or more years after a while they want to give some back.

The media, film industry and military glamorizing violence doesn’t help.

Donald trump’s campaign promoses gave US a glimmer of hope but the glimmer is gone.

Like CIA creation Bin Laden said-We are there because you are here.

Be seeing you

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