Foreign policy of the United States .. 100 years of failure

Foreign policy of the United States .. 100 years of failure

11/22/2012 (23:00 pm)

Fox News reported that an Iraqi diplomat called on Arab countries to oil-producing “the use of oil as a weapon” against the United States, as if this news surprised no one knows. Fox added, saying that “the Iraqi diplomatic statement, after the United States and its allies to topple Saddam in the bloody war is expensive, reveals the true loyalty of Iraq.”
Americans believe that Iraqis should be grateful to the United States to invade their country and destroy their infrastructure and killed hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians and the displacement of millions of their children. And also believe that the government installed by the Americans after the overthrow of dictator will not stand against U.S. support for Israel.
This case linked to the rest of the issues, but it is a recurring theme contradicts official claims. I failed foreign policy of the United States over a percent in the past and without exception.
As long as the U.S. administration told its citizens that the United States “a distinct role” in the world because it is the only powerful force and because of the role it has played over the past century in the “defense of freedoms.” This is certainly They are illusions. A small percentage of Americans know that Osama bin Laden did not establish the rule; where al Qaeda began in Pakistan by Sheikh Abdullah Azzam the support of the CIA, as war correspondent Eric Margolis, who wrote, “I know this because I interviewed several with Azzam at the headquarters of al-Qaeda in Peshawar during coverage jihad against the Soviets in Afghanistan. founded Azzam al-Qaeda to help the CIA-backed and Arab volunteers materially from Saudi Arabia who are going to fight in the Soviet-occupied Afghanistan. in those days the West rejoiced them as combatants for freedom. ”
This is nothing new, the United States was and still create monsters through military interventions or confidential then you lose blood and treasure in fighting them since abandoned its foreign policy of non-interference early twentieth century.
Most Americans do not realize that Japan colonial and Nazi Germany were the result of U.S. foreign policy described as says Will Craig “was Japan’s role in the vision of Theodore Roosevelt for Pacific (Pacific), he told Roosevelt Baron Kentaro Kaneko Japanese envoy to the United States, saying” as long as Japan watching Russia The lead role in the opening of China to Washington’s partners and have no role in the colony American in the Philippines, it could sovereignty over Korea and Manchuria under the provisions of the Monroe Doctrine in Asia. “It is ironic that we instruct pushing Japan to the war to trying to invade China. eight turning Japan into an empire expansive was the result to support the U.S. government and encouraged.
The U.S. intervention policy backfired similar in Germany. If sincere and Woodrow Wilson to his voters who re-elected because he “drove the Americans of the war”, because under that conflict is a dilemma, and what was Germany sign the Treaty of Versailles did not suffer from the economic difficulties led to the rise of Hitler to power.
Same results emerged for U.S. intervention to prevent the spread of communism. Only communist countries that have remained are North Korea and Cuba, which remained repressive their governments in power because of the support of the United States. For its part, Vietnam began reforms towards a market economy after twelve years of the expulsion of the invaders Americans. The United States decided to follow a diplomatic approach with China, which also turned toward a market economy.
Next Dragon, which stands in a queue slaughter is Iran. By default, it is unreasonable to think that the U.S. government that allowed the Government of Iran to have a nuclear weapon would lead to disaster, and everyone forgot how this government came to power. In 1953 dropped the CIA and British intelligence Prime Minister of a democratically elected Iranian Mohammad Mossadegh because of the nationalization of the Iranian oil industry, which resulted in the inauguration of the United States and Britain of Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. Shah was hated by the Iranian people because of the image of a puppet, however, the West and the brutal repression of opponents. In 1979 Iranian revolution ended 2,500 years of continuous monarchy and established the Islamic Republic. Thus came the current rulers of Iran to power as a direct result of U.S. intervention.
For more than a hundred years, the Presidents of the United States continued to follow a policy of non-intervention pursued by George Washington. In inauguration speeches they assert that the reason for America’s freedom and prosperity. But since abandoning the policy of non-intervention, foreign policy began to the United States move from failure to failure, making Americans poorer and more hated by the world and less freedom in their country. The time has come to return to the better, because the American people can not finance more errors.
: Washington Times

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