is 110% correct in this. The US has had a hand in creating and destroying nearly every single government (other than ours and NATO's) in the last 50 years.
However, I do have to disagree with one thing he said. This will happen, again and again, until one of three things happen:
- We change the way we think and convince everyone else we have truly changed
- Those who want to kill us are dead ... every last one
- We are dead ... every last one ... or the USA has dissolved, most likely into a Balkanization
I hope for the first, fear the second, and expect the third.
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