A Question About War That President Trump Has Yet To Answer

January 23, 2017 in News by RBN Staff


via: WHTT

Time To Stop The Next War Now 

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

Editor’s question: The authors logically assumed when they wrote this story in October, 2016, that Hilary Clinton would be our 46th president, and that she would continue the practices she learned as the War Queen Secretary of State, and as White House wife of bomber Bill.  But only 90 days later (to my surprise as well) we have a man in office who has said little to console us that he would not resort to war as an economic stimulant.  We ask, and we hope you will ask Mr. Trump Is, war for the sake of prosperity, in your bag of trick to “Make America Great Again”?

Zeese and Flowers wrote in Popular Resistance: “There is another drumbeat growing for the United States to go to war. The media is walking in lockstep with bi-partisans in Washington, DC and with the war profiteers to this end. The likely next president, Hillary Clinton, is calling for escalation in Syria with a no fly zone that risks conflict with Russia, a nation she has been demonizing.Gulf of Tonkin How often has the United States been misled into war? How often have the people of the United States been lied to about the need for war, e.g. using a “humanitarian crisis” to justify mass slaughter and the creation of a failed state as in Libya; Weapons of Mass Destruction that did not exist in Iraq leading to a war that created much of the chaos that exists in the region today; and the 9/11 attack that has led to the longest war in US history when it should have led to the arrest of the prime suspect, Osama bin Laden, and his trial in the Hague.”

Editor CEC echo’s: Much too often has the United States been misled into war because some prosper from it.

The System That Made Obama A War President Turns On Donald Trump  by Mike Whitney

And our own:

Massive Army Deployment is Deliberate Restart of ‘The Cold War’

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