American Colonialism In The Middle East

February 25, 2015

The United States has controlled Middle East resources and politics for over seventy-five years.DSC03525-B We steal their resources. We choose their leaders and ensure that they stay in power. When they disagree with us or displease us, we dispose of them.

Kaddafi was good until he found his voice of protest. Saddam, another rebel! Morsi, the democratically elected President of Egypt – we made quick work of him. Afghanistan, we quickly elected a president who would allow our troops to remain on Afghan soil.DSC_5385

Bahrain, Yemen, Jordon, Arabia, Kuwait, all the kingdoms – we guard and ensure the democratic, fascist dictators remain in power to serve us.

There are 22 Arab countries in the Middle East. We throw in Afghanistan and Pakistan and clearly the USDSC_5394 controls every aspect of the politics and economic life of 500 million people in the region.

We oppress and exploit 500 million Arabs, Afghans and Pakistanis and then we wonder why they despise us. Of course, this goes back to the ignorance of the American people. Americans don’t know their own history. How can we expect them to know world history?DSC_1414-2

How can we expect them to know or ask questions about where their tax $$$ are going?

The Arabs know their history. They know about the Crusades, about the British and French (and Americans) dividing theirIMG_8743a land into little kingdoms, about the US taking their oil for free. They know about the US puppets sitting on thrones and running their countries.

When are we Americans going to stop oppressing and exploiting the nations in the Middle East?DSCN7910 When they have no more oil? Too late! Our empire would have fallen by then!


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