The United States is Evil

Sorry. But it’s true. And hearing Obama talk about exporting American ideals makes me sick.


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    • jamess on December 19, 2009 at 23:58

    kind of explains why George H Bush

    was a grumpy old cuss.

    Who gets the payoff,

    from such takeovers?

    Would be interesting/disturbing

    to see which Multi-National Corps

    moved in, as each “CIA action” wound down?

    Imagine if all that evil energy,

    had went into “Waging Peace” instead?

  1. it’s why I knew Obama would never touch the torture issue or change our overall foreign policies.  Blood is on all our Presidents hands so if you go after Bush and Cheney, you have to go after Clinton and Carter as well.  Now Obama has blood on his hands, he’s in the club.  Of course, we know he was effectively in that club before he got elected, or he wouldn’t have been elected.  A reason I laugh when folks say Hillary would have been different.  No one would be different at this point.    

  2. to look at the third world war to conclude we are evil.  slavery and genocide against native americans and our inability to even admit the consequences of these horrors in the present and at the very least make sure native americans survive with some culture intact is the negative karma catching up with this nation.  

    because we cannot confront our inherent racism and therefore must do the sort of things discussed in the video, we are doomed to reiterate this evil down through the centuries until we finally get taken down.

    we are getting our payback soon.

    white, middle class americans who cannot make common cause with americans of color and people of color around the world are, not to mention, poor, white americans, are about to be taken down as the new world order no longer has any use for them.

  3. And this POS diary on the FP is why.

    It’s one thing to correctly critique the crimes of one’s own society. It’s another to declare that nation and that society ‘evil’.

    Cotton Mather used that club to beat down his parishioners, threatening them with hell everlasting. As did Jonathon Edwards. Hooker is my favorite:

    ‘If there is any good in you it is no more than a drop of rosewater in a bowl of poison’.

    I came back hoping to find sane, sharp, sensible critiques. Here and there, they exist. But I don’t expect the apocalypse next year, Christian or otherwise, anytime within the next 50 plus million years.

    The earth has been around a good, long time. I’ve spent more than enough here. Consider this my gbcw comment.

    See you in the tubes!

    • on December 20, 2009 at 01:36

    Wouldn’t that please lots and lots of people who hate America?

    Sure would put the Democrats out on the streets.

    Especially that fucker with his weak-piss leadership.

    You know who I mean too.

    The fucking idiot shit shill epic fail [pardon the tired euphemism, but get off my lawn if you don’t like it pot, this is kettle on the intertubezzzz.]

    I knew we would end up here.

    This is where us fringies always end up.

    Keep one eye focused ahead and one behind.

    The CIA is everywhere.


    • Edger on December 20, 2009 at 01:48

    and of the kind of blowback it causes…

           The events that affected my soul in a direct way started in 1982 when America permitted the Israelis to invade Lebanon and the American Sixth Fleet helped them in that. This bombardment began and many were killed and injured and others were terrorised and displaced.

           I couldn’t forget those moving scenes, blood and severed limbs, women and children sprawled everywhere. Houses destroyed along with their occupants and high rises demolished over their residents, rockets raining down on our home without mercy.

           The situation was like a crocodile meeting a helpless child, powerless except for his screams. Does the crocodile understand a conversation that doesn’t include a weapon? And the whole world saw and heard but it didn’t respond.

           In those difficult moments many hard-to-describe ideas bubbled in my soul, but in the end they produced an intense feeling of rejection of tyranny, and gave birth to a strong resolve to punish the oppressors.

           And as I looked at those demolished towers in Lebanon, it entered my mind that we should punish the oppressor in kind and that we should destroy towers in America in order that they taste some of what we tasted and so that they be deterred from killing our women and children.

  4. Well sure!  We’ve been that way for a long time.  Still too many don’t realize it.  Smedley Butler should be assigned reading in public school.

    What is your suggestion to change this, ToqueDeville?

  5. Everyone should see this. Not that I wasn’t aware that these things were happening–but to see them all laid out and explained by an insider. Truly chilling.

    And yes, I think awareness first is key, especially on this type of information (which works so hard to remain hidden). Whether we as a country have a spine to tackle and bring to justice these horrific acts will remain to be seen. Thank you for working to get the information out there.

    Never forget that everything Hitler did in Germany was legal.

    Martin Luther King, Jr.

    • banger on December 20, 2009 at 17:22

    The United States is acting like any great power acts. The problem is not in the evil we do — that’s all par for the course. It really is, read your history. We are not the worst in history — but we are not near the best either.

    The problem is not in what we do but in what we say we do. The disconnect between these two things is unprecedented in the history of the world. Sure there was always bullshit about civilizing the savages but not like what we’ve seen in recent decades.

    It is the lying that is truly evil. It is the MSM Narrative that is truly evil. It is our desire to give up real life for a mediated one that is evil and we all share it.

    These posts we make here are efforts and a call to help to give each other some semblance of a real life. This may be the best we can do. That is not evil just tragic.

  6. But it is, unfortunately, groaning under the yoke of an evil corporate power-monopoly.  There’s some hope that this condition won’t be permanent–that is, even apart from the fact that nothing is ever truly permanent.  The people are only just now–within the last couple of years–grasping and absorbing the fact that the evil power-monopoly extends to both political parties.  They genuinely hadn’t known that before.  That knowledge may give them the ability to begin fighting the power-monopoly by alternative electoral means–or by alternative non-electoral means, as the case may require.


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