US is ‘new global villain,’ says American activist Jerry Day!!!

American activist and social media expert Jerry Day has called on the American nation to recognize the war crimes the U.S. government, military and corporate deep-state have committed in the Middle East and rest of the world. “They [U.S.] are simply bombing whatever they want to bomb, killing whoever they what to kill, destroying whatever they choose to destroy without legal grounds. We are the new global villain,” said Day.

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  1. avec le gouvernement actuel américain … on peut s’attendre a tout

  2. A very frank expression.
    Pats to Jerry Day.

  3. Many people feel this way and the opinion has some validity. However, what other nation has the will to stop evil men and evil oppressive regimes ? Where would the world be if no nation took on the responsibility ? America has no desire to conquer nations for the land or to rule the people. Who else will lead the fight against terrorism ?

    • America is not fighting terrorism. Countries with oil,gas and water. Much like Al Qaeda, the Daesh is made in the USA, an instrument of terror designed to divide and conquer the oil-rich Middle East.US is the world’s greatest terrorist state and the US military is a terrorist organization .. in global public opinion polls, considered the biggest threat to world peace and security.

      During the 1970’s the CIA used the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt as a barrier, both to thwart Soviet expansion and prevent the spread of Marxist ideology among the Arab masses. The United States also openly supported Sarekat Islam against Sukarno in Indonesia, and supported the Jamaat-e-Islami terror group against Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto in Pakistan. Last but certainly not least, there is Al Qaeda.

      Lest we forget, the CIA gave birth to Osama Bin Laden and breastfed his organization during the 1980’s. Former British Foreign Secretary, Robin Cook, told the House of Commons that Al Qaeda was unquestionably a product of Western intelligence agencies. Mr. Cook explained that Al Qaeda, which literally means an abbreviation of “the database” in Arabic, was originally the computer database of the thousands of Islamist extremists, who were trained by the CIA and funded by the Saudis, in order to defeat the Russians in Afghanistan.

      America’s relationship with Al Qaeda has always been a love-hate affair. Depending on whether a particular Al Qaeda terrorist group in a given region furthers American interests or not, the U.S. State Department either funds or aggressively targets that terrorist group. Even as American foreign policy makers claim to oppose Muslim extremism, they knowingly foment it as a weapon of foreign policy.

      Daesh (ISIS)is its latest weapon that, much like Al Qaeda, is certainly backfiring. Daesh (ISIS) recently rose to international prominence after its thugs began beheading American journalists. Now the terrorist group controls an area the size of the United Kingdom.

      In order to understand why the Islamic State has grown and flourished so quickly, one has to take a look at the organization’s American-backed roots. The 2003 American invasion and occupation of Iraq created the pre-conditions for radical Sunni groups, like Daesh (ISIS), to take root. America, rather unwisely, destroyed Saddam Hussein’s secular state machinery and replaced it with a predominantly Shiite administration. The U.S. occupation caused vast unemployment in Sunni areas, by rejecting socialism and closing down factories in the naive hope that the magical hand of the free market would create jobs. Under the new U.S.-backed Shiite regime, working class Sunni’s lost hundreds of thousands of jobs. Unlike the white Afrikaners in South Africa, who were allowed to keep their wealth after regime change, upper class Sunni’s were systematically dispossessed of their assets and lost their political influence. Rather than promoting religious integration and unity, American policy in Iraq exacerbated sectarian divisions and created a fertile breading ground for Sunni discontent, from which Al Qaeda in Iraq took root.

      The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Daesh (ISIS) used to have a different name: Al Qaeda in Iraq. After 2010 the group rebranded and refocused its efforts on Syria.

      There are essentially three wars being waged in Syria: one between the government and the rebels, another between Iran and Saudi Arabia, and yet another between America and Russia. It is this third, neo-Cold War battle that made U.S. foreign policy makers decide to take the risk of arming Islamist rebels in Syria, because Syrian President, Bashar al-Assad, is a key Russian ally. Rather embarrassingly, many of these Syrian rebels have now turned out to be Daesh (ISIS) thugs, who are openly brandishing American-made M16 Assault rifles.

      America’s Middle East policy revolves around oil and Israel. The invasion of Iraq has partially satisfied Washington’s thirst for oil, but ongoing air strikes in Syria and economic sanctions on Iran have everything to do with Israel. The goal is to deprive Israel’s neighboring enemies, Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Palestine’s Hamas, of crucial Syrian and Iranian support.
      ISIS is not merely an instrument of terror used by America to topple the Syrian government; it is also used to put pressure on Turkey and Iran.

      America is using ISIS in three ways: to attack its enemies in the Middle East, to serve as a pretext for U.S. military intervention abroad, and at home to foment a manufactured domestic threat, used to justify the unprecedented expansion of invasive domestic surveillance.

      The so-called “War on Terror” should be seen for what it really is: a pretext for maintaining a dangerously oversized U.S. military. The two most powerful groups in the U.S. foreign policy establishment are the Israel lobby, which directs U.S. Middle East policy, and the Military-Industrial-Complex, which profits from the former group’s actions. Since George W. Bush declared the “War on Terror” in October 2001, it has cost the American taxpayer approximately 6.6 trillion dollars and thousands of fallen sons and daughters; but, the wars have also raked in billions of dollars for Washington’s military elite.

      • The Mystical Wayfarer Says:

        The war on terror is insane, because war itself is terror and produces more and more of it. The real solution to all this is the planetary unity of humanity beyond national and religious egoism. If you look at the structure of the psyche of any human being, it is always and everywhere the same. There is the rational, cognitive function (the intellect), the self-image (the ego), the emotional body (the heart) and the unconscious, one’s tendencies born of conditioning.

      • May Allah give peace to all our brothers and sisters around the world who are in need. ❤️

      • Excellent response.

      • Thanks ❤

  4. Very good information and I cannot dismiss it. Yes the destruction of Saddam Hussein secular state disrupted everything. It is the desire that more Islamic nations could have a separation of state and religion and not theocracy. The people can still have believe in God/Allah. I remember him saying that the West would regret the end of his rule in that his brutality kept things repressed and stable. Many anti Bush critics in US say war was a lie in that it was a false pretense that he had WMD’s. It did not matter to me. Hussein terrorized his people with rape rooms. Do you hear ? RAPE ROOMS. Can anyone imagine the horror endured by the victims and their families ? How could any Islamic nation look the other way ? Reprehensible. How could any Christian nation of the West look the other way ? Reprehensible. For this reason alone Hussein had to be removed but I am sure that was not the reason of US policy makers.

    Yes there is certainly an Israel lobby in the US but you can be assured they do NOT direct US policy. I agree that the Military-Industrial-Complex influences the US policy as it does the policy of most nations. We are in a time wherein the international megabanks and megacorps have more power than sovereign nations including the US and its ill regulated capitalist system which exploits the American working people. They have replaced fascism, Nazism and communism to control people. There will always be a military/political marriage between US and Israel but I think it is more about religion and values. I am a Presbyterian Christian, a denomination that broke from the Roman Catholic Church in the 1500’s. We loathe their statues, their unscriptural theology, their pomp and majesty and ostentatious flaunting of wealth, their history of cruelty and war making. Although Jews do not accept Christ , Christians value the Old Testament Jewish revelations of God, the history, the people , the traditions. Jerusalem is holy and sacred to me because that is where Jesus walked and died. I have never been there but I have a leaf from the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was praying and arrested by the Roman police at the behest of the Jews.

    One point I would care to have the opinion on is about my government’s alleged war on drugs. Afghanistan produces 70% of the world’s opium from which heroin is made. Heroin is the cheapest and the most available than it has ever been since US presence there on our streets. We have a plague of addiction from other opioid based pills too killing people and ruining lives. Some suggest that the rival Islamic groups care less about divisions in Islam or hate for the West than the matter of who controls the drug trade. Some say the US wants a certain amount of drugs to come in to make employment in the criminal justice system. Does anyone have information as it all seems very strange to me and I do not understand ?

    • O you who have believed, do not take the Jews and the Christians as allies. They are [in fact] allies of one another. And whoever is an ally to them among you – then indeed, he is [one] of them. Indeed, Allah guides not the wrongdoing people.

      Surah Al-Ma’idah [5:51]

  5. The Mystical Wayfarer Says:

    “[…] der Terrorismus ist ein Krieg der Armen und der Krieg ist der Terrorismus der Reichen. Der Krieg ist kein Mittel im Kampf gegen den Terrorismus.” (Peter Ustinov)

    • Aus diesem Grunde haben Wir den Kindern Israels verordnet, daß wenn jemand einen Menschen tötet – es sei denn für (Mord) an einem andern oder für Gewalttat im Land -, so soll es sein, als hatte er die ganze Menschheit getötet; und wenn jemand einem Menschen das Leben erhält, so soll es sein, als hätte er der ganzen Menschheit das Leben erhalten. Und Unsere Gesandten kamen zu ihnen mit deutlichen Zeichen; dennoch, selbst nach diesem, begehen viele von ihnen Ausschreitungen im Land.

      DER HEILIGE KORAN (5;32)

      • The Mystical Wayfarer Says:

        Die Kinder Abrahams tragen das Schicksal der ganzen Welt. Sie haben eine große Verantwortung. Wann begreifen sie das endlich?

  6. Money makes the world go round. ;-( But we also have to think on Napoleon and others. Horrible!

  7. Trump dit tout haut ce que les autres gouvernements ont dit tout bas. Il y a l’Amérique et ses alliés qui votent, financent, et ferment les yeux. Taama ei qouloub elli fi soudour. Bonne soirée Semra.

  8. I think you’ve summed up America’s actions in the middle east perfectly Semra. I’m not a fan of Jerry Day but I agree that the U.S. is currently the biggest global threat to peace. American taxpayers give Israel $10.1 million per day. Israel receives about $3 billion in direct foreign assistance each year, which is roughly one-fifth of America’s entire foreign aid budget.  They as well as corporate interests do have influence on America’s foreign policy. America’s been politicized and propagandized to become thread barren of any moral fiber.

    Barış ❤

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  10. Tha sad part. USA had been a bully for 60 years. I believe. He , who supply the weapons. Is a guilty as the killer. So much violence and war today. What is left for the children? I pray daily our leaders lead with concern, kindness and love.

  11. Hikma History Says:

    What has changed since the beginning of the Cold War?

  12. Reblogging this to my sister site, Success Inspirers World

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