The good old U.S.A. loves war. It proliferates war. It has always loved war. It loves killing, maiming, injuring, and incapacitating human beings, including it’s own citizens. This government loves war.
Prior to its creation, the men who created this country loved killing, maiming, enslaving and exterminating humanity. The colonizers landed here in 1492 and the killing and stealing began. The U.S. was established by colonizers from England who began their onslaught in 1605. These colonizers began the genocide of the indigenous people, Native Americans, American Indians as soon as they arrived. These colonizers slaughtered Indians until 1900 —300 years — and stole all of their land.
A brief review of U.S. history will confirm that the U.S. is a war-mongering, genocidal, hypocritical military, fascist country. ...
... The U.S. government has an uncanny ability to begin wars that last for years. The war of colonization against the indigenous and legitimate owners and occupiers of this country lasted the longest — over 300 years. The U.S. was mixed up in the Vietnam quagmire for 14 years. It is wallowing in Iraq and Afghanistan for over 8 years.
This war-mongering attitude and policy has resulted in the creation of generation after generation of war veterans and casualties of war — both dead and wounded — to say nothing of the suffering of those who fought and the families left behind. Since World War II, none of the wars have been necessary. No country in which U.S. servicemen fought have been an eminent threat to this country. It is the U.S. government and corporate interests who feel they are at risk. The American people have never been in eminent danger.
It is the U.S. government that loves war. The people do not. The U.S. government places its citizens in harm’s way for its own agenda. War is horrible. It is frightening. Those who have been in a war zone know the fear, the danger, the suffering, the annihilation that war brings. Death and its smell all around; the crying, the blood, the bullets, the shelling, the stillness after a fight, the silence — the complete and utter silence — that death brings. And the U.S. government loves war. Of that, there is no doubt.