by Ramin Mazaheri (@RaminMazaheri2) and cross-posted with PressTV
John Kennedy’s “Camelot” was a magical time for US leftists. Too bad its promise was not fully realised – his attempted armed overthrow of the Cuban Revolution failed to return Washington’s fascist allies to power.
It’s so interesting how Lyndon Baines Johnson was brought down by mass protests which were not equaled until Donald Trump. The difference is that the anti-LBJ protests were completely anti-imperialist and internationalist in nature – against his continuation of Kennedy’s war on the Vietnamese people – whereas the “never-Trump” movement is totally self-absorbed in Americanism and vitally concerned with immediately reasserting American dominance and prestige.
Coinciding with the current installation of Joe Biden, Jimmy Carter is being whitewashed (again) in a popular new movie called “Rock & Roll President”. His creation of the Taliban, looking the other way on death squads of progressive clergy in El Salvador and Guatemala and his attempted destruction of the Iranian Revolution are all apparently less important to his legacy than his taste in music.
Bill Clinton was the first Baby Boomer president and he certainly changed things. He totally rolled back the Reagan-Bush Cold War policy of not attacking socialist nations by bombing Yugoslavia into an unstable fragmentation which persists 30 years later.
Barack Obama deserved his Nobel Peace Prize for perhaps as long as five minutes into his presidency – then he bombed seven Muslim countries, increased the fighting in Afghanistan and Iraq and armed horrific wars in Libya, Syria and Ukraine to advance US interests.
It is fairly said – given the wars on American Indians – that Donald Trump, for all his fomenting of instability in the few nations courageous enough to openly oppose US imperialism, was actually the least belligerent president since Thomas Jefferson. During Trump’s tenure US Democrats drew gasps around the world with the way they virulently criticised Trump for his reluctance to extend Obama’s military conflicts and to start new ones.
But why such surprise at the warmongering of today’s Democrats? Listed above is the post-WWII legacy of Democratic leaders, and it is consistently refreshed by non-American blood.
Joe Biden is about to take the reins of foreign policy, and a bigger creation of the totally anti-internationalist, fake-leftist Democratic establishment could not be found. History shows we need to be prepared, so it’s worthwhile to look at the countries which Biden is likely to try and destroy.
After all, Democrat presidents always try to destroy somebody.
Countries too strong to be invaded, but whom Biden will try to provoke into war
North Korea: Pity the families still devastated by the last remnant of the Cold War: the US-divided Korean Peninsula. A united Korea would almost certainly create a hyper-competitive, top-5 global economy. That’s why Japan and the US won’t allow it – fear of Korean strength. Biden is certain to reverse Trump’s negotiations – despised across the US mainstream – for a minor detente. But victory in war here is impossible – it was tried and it failed, and despite perhaps the most horrific US war crimes ever.
Iran: Due to 70 years of sanctions North Korea is the performance straggler in East Asia, but in the Muslim World Iran is the performance leader despite decades of murderous sanctions. Fear of Iranian strength is the reason why Biden isn’t likely to spectacularly reverse US policy Iran. Washington and Tel Aviv will not consent to see two things: Iran as a thriving, peace-promoting regional leader in the Middle East, and a thriving, progressive Muslim republic anywhere. Biden will likely rejoin the JCPOA but merely return to Obama’s policy: not honoring it, intentionally subverting it and yet publicly claiming the opposite. This time-wasting is unfair for Iranians but very useful for Pentagonians and lobbyists, who have only ever had one policy: to implode Iran’s revolutionary government. There won’t be a military attack on Iran because it would only end in disaster – it’s the same as with North Korea, but Iran doesn’t need a nuclear bomb: they are the Muslim World’s performance leader.
China: For all his anti-China rhetoric Trump wasn’t as belligerent militarily as Obama was – his “pivot to Asia” proved that US-China detente was over. One simply cannot compare a trade war to a Cold War and remain credible, after all. Biden will only ramp up these provocations, as Washington simply cannot tolerate a competitor which rejects the neoliberal form of capitalism in favor of “mutually-beneficial cooperation” in business. The US lost the war against China long ago – now they are losing the battle for global political-cultural attention: China was the only major economy to grow in 2020, and one of the few to defeat the coronavirus. Biden will continue to uselessly beat America’s head against the wall here, and also try to force US allies to uselessly do the same.
Russia: US military supremacy is not only excluded from the Iranian waters of the Persian Gulf but also in the skies – Russia’s involvement in Syria proved that. Fomenting war in poor, neighboring Ukraine was proof that the US knows that direct involvement in Russia is totally unwinnable. The only way that Washington can keep detente – the only solution between equals – off the table is to hysterically and pathetically insist that Russian operatives (such as Trump) are destroying America from within. Absurd, but America is still fighting a Cold War, one must remember: the fight for everyone to accept the American Dream.
Countries which Biden may attempt to destroy so they can live the American Dream of ‘stability for the 1%’
Cuba: Far-right Latin-American immigrants (from Cuba, Venezuela and elsewhere) have entered their second and even third-generations in the US. The 2020 election showed their essentially reactionary natures shining through – they were credited as being the force which swung Florida in favor of Trump. In order to turn Florida blue we could see Biden building on Trump’s appalling increase of the US-led blockade on the Cuban people. The vagaries of the circus which is US politics may demand a reboot of Kennedy’s Bay of Pigs attack, as useless as that would be against an almost supremely-united Cuban people whose political intelligence is among the best in the world.
Venezuela: Venezuelan strength is always underestimated in Western media, but there is no indication Biden has any intention of pulling back on Washington’s longstanding “Monroe Doctrine”, which declares Latin America to be Washington’s backyard. Iran and Venezuela keep bravely enriching the obvious ideological ties between the two socialist-inspired nations with commercial ties – could Biden force the US Navy to intervene? Trump showed a reluctance for open war, but did Biden ever vote against a war?
Mali: Defeated in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria – whither Washington’s two-decade war on the Muslim world? Could the US reverse its longstanding policy of ceding West Africa to French imperialism and open up a new front on the opposite end of the Muslim world? France invaded Mali in 2013 without UN approval but there is now unprecedented grumbling about their own “endless war”: If any Western nation could possibly elect a semi-leftist president it would be France, and that could happen in 2022. Surely Biden is open to ideas here, given how many of his cabinet were involved in the destruction of Libya. Are we really wise to imagine Biden will peacefully pull out of the Muslim world? He has certainly promised nothing of the sort.
The United States: This is not an unnecessarily provocative addition. Biden, whom I refer to as “Corporate Joe” due to his half-century of turning his home state of Delaware into perhaps the world’s biggest tax haven for big business, already helped destroy Main Street in order to pay for bailouts of Wall Street during the Great Recession. The economic catastrophe in 2021 is going to be even worse for Main Street than it was in the awful 2020, so the path for America is crystal clear: massive economic redistribution and Roosevelt-era levels of government-controlled investments. Of course, those two things are totally anathema on both sides of the aisle in the US, but they say the times make the man: Just like Obama, Biden has the same chance to break with the failed decades of “trickle-down”, economic right-wing ideology – will “Corporate Joe” admit how spectacularly wrong he has been for so long? On a cultural level, Biden has not condemned the hysterical, vengeful, McCarthy-era tactics being shockingly threatened against 75 million Trump voters – will Biden foment civil discord as a way to distract from even more neoliberal, far-right economic policies that will surely prove unpopular? Is “never-Trumpism” never-ending?
The sun sets on the Trump era, but yesterday predicts what tomorrow will bring
In both economic and foreign policy Democrats had the same advantages as they did in 2008: a world begging them to right the wrongs of the previous Republican administration, control of both houses of Congress and an American people who desperately needs just a few bowls of government gruel from the richest country in the world.
These advantages went totally unused.
We are not cynical to say these advantages went unused by accident or negligence or foolishness, but rather that they went unused by design.
We are 100 percent correct to say that Democrats’ refusal to do the right thing from 2008-2016 directly provoked the rise of Trump, a politician whose only utility in world history is that he showed just how insistently the American system and its political/cultural elite refuse to help the lower classes of their own nation and of the world.
Biden has much to reverse, but both his record and that of the Democratic Party give us what grounds for optimism?
However, it’s inauguration week in the US – if we aren’t optimistic about a Biden administration now, history strongly suggests Biden will likely not give us another chance.
Dispatches from the United States after the presidential election
Results are in: Americans lose, duopoly wins, Trumpism not merely a cult (1/2) – November 5, 2020
Results are in: Americans lose, duopoly wins, Trumpism not merely a cult (2/2) – November 6, 2020
4 years of anti-Trumpism shaping MSM vote coverage, but expect long fight – November 7, 2020
US partitioned by 2 presidents: worst-case election scenario realized – November 9, 2020
A 2nd term is his if he really wants it, but how deep is Trump’s ‘Trumpism’? – November 10, 2020
CNN’s Jake Tapper: The overseer keeping all journalists in line (1/2) – November 13, 2020
‘Bidenism’ domestically: no free press, no lawyer, one-party state? (2/2) – November 15, 2020
Where’s Donald? When 40% of voters cry ‘fraud’ you’ve got a big problem – November 17, 2020
The 4-year (neoliberal) radicalisation of US media & Bidenites’ ‘unradical radicalism’ – November 22, 2020
80% of US partisan losers think the last 2 elections were stolen – December 3, 2020
Trump declares civil war for voter integrity in breaking (or broken) USA – December 5, 2020
Mess with Texas via mail-in ballot? States secede from presidential vote – December 8, 2020
Biden won? 2016-2020 showed what the US does to even mild reformers – Dec 18, 2020
Alleged Nashville bomber not Muslim: Western media disappointed – January 2, 2020
This week in the US: The ‘model nation’ for no nation anymore – January 7, 2020
Biggest threat to global leftism returns to power: US fake-leftism (1/2) – January 8, 2021
US post-Capitol: Armed, hysterical, depressed and yet out for blood – Jan 13, 2021
Ramin Mazaheri is currently covering the US elections. He is the chief correspondent in Paris for Press TV and has lived in France since 2009. He has been a daily newspaper reporter in the US, and has reported from Iran, Cuba, Egypt, Tunisia, South Korea and elsewhere. He is the author of ‘Socialism’s Ignored Success: Iranian Islamic Socialism’ as well as ‘I’ll Ruin Everything You Are: Ending Western Propaganda on Red China’, which is also available in simplified and traditional Chinese.
Syria. Neoliberals hate Assad more than anyone else. I never did get a single explanation backed by evidence. He was an eye doctor! What is the real deal with the hidden reasons after all?
They just dont like his name, caused a lot of private problems which can not be discussed pubically by the msm, but can be published privately.
Afghanistan-Iran-Iraq-Syria. Gateway to the Mediterranean from the East.
The Golan Heights and its petroleum reserves is wagging the US dog of war.
Assad and a relatively united Syria stand in opposition to the outright theft of the Golan Heights’ reserves.
Therefore, Syria must be plunged into chaos and perpetual war to join Lebanon and Iraq.
I’ve heard that Israel covets and currently uses water resources from the Golan Heights.
One word explains all: Israel
“What is the real deal with the hidden reasons after all?” — he has power and they wants it…
Yes, Assad was an eye doctor. That is what makes him so dangerous. Eye doctors make people see!
@Alabama: Reasons for Anglo Zionazi Capitalists to demonize Assad and dismember Syria:
Financial: Syria stands in the way of an AZC gas pipeline from Qatar to Europe. (Same reason as the AZC demonized Serbia and NATZO amputated Kosovo to make way for an AZC gas pipeline through Albania). Syria also owns a large well of offshore gas, as yet untapped. Syrian territory bars the way for Rothschild-owned oil from Iraq to travel West by creating an Israeli-run country (Eretz-Kurdistan) from Syrian territory; Israel would then control major routes for ME energy to Europe. Syria’s fresh water rivers are likewise coveted by Israel.
Ideological: The Syrian government is Socialist (Baath Socialist Party) hence anathema to Capitalist regimes. Syria is mult-ethnic and multi-faith, hence anathema to fiercely mono-religious regimes like Israel. Syria is home to the oldest Christian churches in the world (the Syrian Catholic Church which still exists, protected by Assad and recently worshipped in by Putin, was mother to both the Greek Orthodox and the Roman Catholic Church); this remnant of original Christianity is anathema to the godless worshipers of Mammon who currently control the Western World by controlling its currency. The Syrian Arab Republic is the only Arab country which has never acknowledged the International Legality of displacing Christians and Muslims from Palestine to make a Jewish “Home Land” or state called Israel.
Political: Arab Socialist Syria is allied to Islamic Communist Iran, the most powerful and progressive part of the Resistance to domination of the Middle East by Anglo-Zionazi Capitalism.
Appreciate comments on Financial, pipelines and particularly Ideological reasons.
However, slightly confused over ´´Syrias fresh water rivers are likewise coveted by Israel´…
Tragically, the largest river, Euphrates is controlled by TURKISH Dams with Istanbul and other major cities in Turkey suffering water shortages & a notoriously leaky inefficient canalisation system (22%!!! losses).
Doubtful how Turkish farmers, continually drought stricken, are going to continually feed 80 million plus Turks/Kurds & refugees & export tomatoes to Vladimir Putin!!!
Iraq and Syria are both suffering this Erdogan upriver control, plus the eastern Khabar river is also sourced from eastern Turkey.
Iraq supposedly has a difficult to access massive acquifer in the south west…but again Zionist-US-Erdogan supported ´head-choppers´and others make the exploitation of this difficult at present.
The smaller rivers running through Lebanon hardly suffice for Lebanese needs, which is perhaps what you are referring to.
Again the Zionists have been attacking and meddling with the Lebanese water systems for decades.
Finally, the Jordan river from lake Kinneret/Gallilee, is now a polluted trickle and the water desalination plants are extremely expensive and suffer constant jelly-fish clogging and other hinderances.
He wouldn’t let a pipeline go through his country from Qatar to Turkey. Perhaps people should look at why: it could be the terms weren’t good enough, it could be pressure from Russia, it could be he naturally supported his Russian ally’s economic interests as a friend might be expected to do.
Let us be clear: Syria is not a US colony and does not have to do a single thing to serve the USA. Nor does it have to serve Israel in any way.
The definition of ‘terrorism’ has to include any US politician who says ‘do as you’re told or we’ll bomb you!’
That is what the IRA did and the whole world called them terrorists….except Irish Americans who called them freedom fighters….
Syria does not threaten the US in any way, so any bombing threats the US make are terrorism.
Yes, Syria is a very good candidate for another war, as the US/Saudi created ISIS mercenary army failed in it’s task. However, people are apparently forgetting Ukraine. Crimea has been reunited with Russia. This leaves the Donbass republics. I would be very surprised if the neocons in the US did not provoke some sort of conflict in the Donbass, hoping to drag in Russia. This, however, would be a very foolish course of action for Washington, bearing in mind the internal situation in Ukraine, which is none too rosy. Another conflict in the Donbass could lead to repercussions inside Ukraine and it’s break up, as anticipated by analysts.
At the moment we can only speculate. Biden and the neocons will give us the answers, and these answers won’t be pleasant.
It’s business, UnionHorse, not personal. They just dress up their wars in personal terms because that way the broad masses find it easier to jump aboard.
They want to destroy coherent civil government of any kind in Syria – as they did in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Libya and many Latin American nations.
Once the “local” government has been destroyed, powerful US corporations with their mercenaries can just shove in and grab what they want.
Someone beat me to it – Syria.
Because it’s easy – and it’s still on the list. All the proxies are in place, and if it gets too tough, they can throw them under the bus.
The Biden regime will try to destroy the US & Syria in the next 4 years.
The regime will attempt to crush all political opposition groups in the US first. The Deplorables are being branded as domestic terrorists, white supremacists, etc., & will be targeted by the alphabet agencies for destruction.
I concur. Assets are already in place inside the USA and Syria. The rest of the list would require asset movements or nuclear war.
I agree with most points of this essay yet I would replace Biden with Kamala as I don’t believe he will last very long. Will that make any difference? Perhaps not but it will give the media and Hollywood a great plethra of material that will make headlines for a while and keep the population occupied. Such material will also divert attention from any small wars.
I wrote about this in a comment on Saker’s article, but my guess is Syria and/or Guatemala.
“Kennedy’s war on the Vietnamese people” – Not quite.
JFK signed the executive order to withdraw all troops from Vietnam before the next election. That was rescinded by LBJ two weeks after the assassination.
It was also LBJ who went along with the Gulf of Tonkin incident to escalate the war.
All troops? Total bunk.
Kennedy was going to withdraw 1/16 of US forces and for that he’s a peace hero?
You’ve watched too many Oliver Stone movies.
Whilst their ME adventures are related to strategic goals as much as the acquisition of resources, the need to secure cheap Lithium for the “Green New Deal” puts two or three South American countries in the x-hairs, as they, collectively have the biggest reserves. Venezuela’s Oil, and next door, Guyana’s also continue to look like a lucrative goal. Although these things maybe on their wish list, securing them is by no means certain as expectations are most often denied by lack of ability.
My guess: Lebanon. Iran – too Hard.
Trying to label one party as the war party while trying to make the other look like the shinning light on the hill fails to work for those that like to read. For they are simply one party with two different names which takes away from the contents of this article, !!!
Some indication of the direction of travel was given recently by General Sir Nick Carter, UK Army head to the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI). In his presentation, Nick outlined how the UK’s Military priorities now lay in three main areas: Space, Cybersecurity, & Disinformation, and Boris’s £10.6 billion a year boost, is to help provide for those aims. He also stated, that the UK would be the glue that binds the US militarily to Europe. Skynet is the name given to the Space element in this bond. A whole network of satellites, controlling drone swarms etc. The Cybersecurity bit, in actuality probably means Cyber Warfare in some kind of Orwellian double-speak, and as for fighting Disinformation, that’s the stamping out Dissent bit.
I agree it will be the US as the most likely victim. Why?
For these reasons: often civilization needs to take a backward step. Take ultra modern fads such as SJWarriors or Whatever Lives Matter or Poetry or Writing Novels in Freestyle or any modern movements that have transformed a careful consideration of process. All such that appear to have been transformed by modern advances in technology or thinking.
Has technology produced advances in our civilization such as the invention of gunpowder, or has it taken us backwards?
Has the technology of mass communication, the internet, taken us to a place that is far better than it was previously. What has been the effect of such mass communication in China or the USA? Even the poorest household can get a second hand computer or a mobile phone. Has it been the case it has democratised or divided the populations? The US continues to emphise indivuality while the Chinese the family/community.
In my area in ‘art’ (I despise the term art as it is like calling music ‘sound’) or shall we say ‘painting’ the development of photography was hailed as a great democratising force for good. No longer hire painters for your wedding a simple photograph would be OK. Galleries for the rich and priveleged were no longer necessary. All could view the great works of the masters and decide for themselves if they were any good.
What was the result of all this technology?
Creative arts in the US empire died. Anything that did not look like a photo. Painting became applying paint to a canvas without learning to paint like playing the piano without learning music or ballet without learning to dance or a blind man constructing a brick wall and politics without philosophy or logic. Here is a short video that answers the question. There is some challenging nudity as certain montages are used to illustrate our reliance on the intellectual and fantastic abilities that past.
So let us beware of imagining that our age is in any regard, philosophically or visually superior to the past. Perhaps like gunpowder it only lasts until the better minds …
To further illustrate the point I made antother short video ‘Mona Lisa’: Why is this painting important today? Why is it still a classic? This short video may explain that its place in history is assured.
Ramin, you as an Iranian were always in the crosshairs of Trump’s Christian Zionist true-believer supporters, including Pompeo and Pence. It amazes me that you aren’t aware of that. After Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani was killed, Pastor John Hagee, head of Christians United for Israel, emailed its millions of supporters to praise Trump’s move, “This decisive action will save countless lives.” So much for the “least belligerent president since Thomas Jefferson.”
One of Trump’s first moves as president was to kill the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). Biden will most likely rejoin it. How come you don’t have a “Countries too strong to be invaded, but whom Trump tried to provoke into war” category? Iran would be right on the top of that list.
I think you reserve too much venom for Trump, Tommy. A Biden administration will almost certainly be no less belligerent, albeit a good deal more market friendly. Trump’s greatest sin in the eyes of the establishment was that he was far too open and direct in his hostile foreign policies, ripping off the thin veneer of exceptionalist diplomacy that DC likes to pretend that it uses, to reveal the seething ugly beast that hides just beneath. The Big Lie is still a vitally important feature for DC to maintain, if only to continue to foster the delusion in its own citizenry. We’ll see how much longer that lasts, as this recent election has resulted in a whole new generation and flavor of “wokesters” to the current political reality.
“I think you reserve too much venom for Trump, Tommy.” I’m guessing that most Iranians wouldn’t see it that way. That’s why I was surprised that Ramin missed it entirely. When it comes to Iran, Biden will be a good deal less belligerent than Trump, especially being as how he isn’t as beholden to the Likudniks and Zionists as Trump was.
France invaded Mali in 2013….
500 000 Malians estimated in France
5100 french soldiers in Mali
It’s not a invasion, it’s a police operation.
And please, I don’t say that France is in Mali for good reasons.
Wrong targets, mon ami. Serbia on Kosovo file and Serbs in Bosnia/Herzegovina on Dayton Agreement file. Helpless she is, surrounded by NATO, and I guess that I do not need to explain which exactly kind of hyenas are back to power in that house of red lights on the hill.
They’ll have to slap Russia somehow, with no serious risks taken: minor question so convenient to be drummed up as giant triumph by independent media, as they call that propaganda arm.
Save that, nice article.
Greetings from Belgrade
Eritrea. Look at the geography and the inroads being made by China in Ethiopia, Kenya, etc.
the certified gulag that used to lecture other countries, re freedom is not in any position now at present to perform awe & wonder outside of the gulag.,the main reason being, about two third of the voters are in no mood for anymore awe & wonder, so reprogramming of these two third are needed before outside adventure on behalf of the weapon manufacturers.That is why they want a five year extension to start with ”evil” putin and labelling the two third who are in no mood as ”DOMESTIC TERRORIST”….wonder why dudes are not paying attention ,it is right in our face, this hunger game already outlined in their consciousness by hollywood.
the new commandant of the gulag priority are, muzzle ,brand,dehumanize the unwilling ,for these folks the only way they can free themselves from these terrible time is to learn how the syrians escaped the same fate by following truly a brave man.
in every man & woman heart, there lies a leader who will emerge in time of crisis, if they are really good in every sense.
Ramin; are you really a “leftist”, or are you more of a classical liberal? Too much Western propaganda and association of “leftism” with its cultural appropriation by radical extremists leave the label “leftist” with a negative connotation, but I like the term “classical liberal”.
That said, my opinion of what happened to Yugoslavia is informed by the writings the late Jude Wanniski and his polyconomics theories. That the Western powers didn’t like the “socialist” part of Yugoslavia’s “Market Socialism” and thus decided that “socialist” Yugoslavia must be destroyed. I’m not sure if he reached an understanding of the real reason for destroying “market socialism”, which was that the nation’s resources are held in trust by the government, and then used for the benefit of the people; but that this prevents them from being used and exploited for use by the Banksters and 0.1%.
Here in the US they also have (or had) a program of “Market Socialism” wherein Federal lands were held in trust for the benefit of the people, and the people could use them in supporting small businesses; specifically allowing families and businesses claims, permits, etc. to use these resources for mining, timber harvesting, livestock grazing, farming, etc. with Federal agencies such as BLM (Bureau of Land Management) overseeing these programs to insure fairness and to prevent overuse and environmental damage.
When I was a child my family participated in one of these programs when my dad and uncle discovered gold on a hunting trip on the mountain a few short miles from our homes. They took out a claim with the proper agency, and I remember weekends of carting dynamite up the mountain, setting the fuse, safely going around the corner of a canyon, hearing the blast and then going back to look for gold from the blast results. Unfortunately they never found a enough gold to make it economically viable.
Unfortunately, the 0.1%ers and Bankers also decided that letting “little people” have these benefits was not acceptable because they wanted these resources for themselves just like in Yugoslavia, and put up all kinds of obstacles especially using “environmental” concerns to shut out the little people, resulting in the people objecting with the “Sagebrush Rebellion” and culminating in the Ammon and Cliven Bundy incident and the murder of Lavoy Finnicum.
Both parties have been busy sandpapering the U.S. to death while having Uncle Schmuel bully other nations. Will this U.S. (which is on heavily borrowed time on the order of decades) survive the next four years yet again without collapsing like the Soviet Union, or more likely, much harder like Somalia??? Thanks to the involvement of Adelson, Bolton, Keysianism-is-okay-as-long-as-its-for-Wall-Street-Kudow, and so on, I think the Orange Clown is a fake populist and The Saker gives him too much credit. However, that does not mean worse is not coming either.
The question should be…
Which nation can US Demonrats try to destroy in the next 4 years?
Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Costa Rica or Island
.ir maybe Kuweit again…
The Demonrats only can dream of a war with Russia or China or even Iran but that would end in nightmares
And I don’t think the US military would follow them in the abyss
It’s gonna a be 4 lost years for the US
They seriously believe that they can win that war.
[Trump] least belligerent president since Thomas Jefferson? Mr. Jefferson was not exactly a sweetheart President either. He expanded the U.S. westward to much great extent at the cost of many Indian Nations, and a lot of Negro slaves. Maybe Trump was the least belligerent since George Washington, but then again Mr. Washingon was not exactly a sweetheart either….
Trump pulled funding for ISIS. The Biden administration and their associates have already transferred ISIS prisoners to the Iraqi-Syrian border in order to provide a pretext for its continued presence in the region and for future attacks on the Syrian army, local sources say
Time to bring the battle to the doorstep of Capitol Hill
In the second sentence, you’re already wrong factually. It wasn’t Kennedy that launched that Bay of Pigs operation, it was the CIA under Allen Dulles who thought that it would force Kennedy to bring in the military to rescue the CIA’s operation. When Kennedy realized what Dulles had done, he fired Dulles and threatened to smash the CIA into a thousand pieces. This of course resulted in Dulles setting up Kennedy’s assassination.