The blob assumes there's something fundamentally wrong with the Middle East.
Few acknowledge America's role in the instability and refugee flows.
— Trita Parsi (@tparsi) September 8, 2020
Building a democracy is hard work.
Many must perish.
Your life is a small price to pay for voting.
The ongoing U.S. “war on terror” has forcibly displaced as many as 59 million people from just eight countries in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia since 2001, according to a new report published Tuesday by Brown University’s Costs of War Project.
Titled “Creating Refugees: Displacement Caused by the United States’ Post-9/11 Wars” (pdf), the new report conservatively estimates that at least 37 million people have “fled their homes in the eight most violent wars the U.S. military has launched or participated in since 2001.”
The latest figure represents a dramatic increase from the Costs of War Project’s 2019 report, which estimated that 21 million people had been displaced internally or forced to flee their home countries due to violence inflicted or unleashed by U.S.-led wars over the past two decades. That report also put the death toll of the so-called war on terror at 801,000 and the price tag at $6.4 trillion.
The new report argues that “wartime displacement (alongside war deaths and injuries) must be central to any analysis of the post-9/11 wars and their short- and long-term consequences.”
“Displacement also must be central to any possible consideration of the future use of military force by the United States or others,” the report states. “Ultimately, displacing 37 million—and perhaps as many as 59 million—raises the question of who bears responsibility for repairing the damage inflicted on those displaced.”
In addition to the tens of millions displaced by U.S. military actions in Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, the Philippines, Libya, and Syria, the report notes that millions more have been displaced by “smaller combat operations, including in: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali, Niger, Saudi Arabia, and Tunisia.”
“To put these figures in perspective, displacing 37 million people is equivalent to removing nearly all the residents of the state of California or all the people in Texas and Virginia combined,” the report says. “The figure is almost as large as the population of Canada. In historical terms, 37 million displaced is more than those displaced by any other war or disaster since at least the start of the 20th century with the sole exception of World War II.”
Many alpha males would react to this news by saying, “boy, I don’t give a good gosh darn it about those dang ol’ sandniggers.”
The beta males will say, “it’s so sad oh my god my heart is breaking for these oppressed sandniggers.”
Your emotional reaction however is not the point.
The point is: these Jews told us they were fighting to free these people from oppression or some such thing. We were told that were were launching all these invasions for the purpose of helping them.
This is how it turned out, and it’s hard to imagine it was all a big mixup.
It’s not just a turn of phrase to say, “the Jews started these wars.” Literally, all of these people were Jewish.
These two decades of fighting these wars were all a gigantic waste, which only made the world more dangerous and less normal, while costing us trillions of dollars.
Meanwhile, there is one Aryan master race hero who is willing to call out the Jewish war machine.
One man standing between you and total annihilation.
The ultimate big time master race warrior.
Donald Trump is the first president since Jimmy Carter not to start a new war.
Look at this list:
Donald Trump shocked the nation in 2016 when he came out against the Iraq war, a ridiculous, nonsense project that was supported by both Republicans and Democrats – including Joe Biden.
Trump said the hard truth: George W. Bush lied to start that war. It wasn’t an accident. It was a purposeful hoax.
Trump shocked the world again this week when he said that he can’t stop the wars because the Pentagon is run by the Military Industrial Complex.
TRUMP: "I'm not saying the military's in love with me. The soldiers are. The top people in the Pentagon probably aren't because they want to do nothing but fight wars so all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and make everything else stay happy" pic.twitter.com/YYEbjRuZyb
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 7, 2020
A vote for Biden is a vote for way more wars.
Only it’s not just going to be Middle East desert wars – these same Jews that planned all of these wars against random Moslem countries are now calling for war against China and/or Russia.
That’s big time.