Monday, September 11, 2006



Many American people have woken up to the fact and understanding that the policies of the United States Federal Government are at the root of many of the latest conflicts and wars in the Middle East. There is very little understanding in the United States government foreign policies and actions by the American people. The United States Foreign Policies having the greatest impact on the well being of so many people of the world. The United States government’s reaction to 9/11 has only created more enemies than friends putting us in more danger.

America’s great dependence on the world’s oil, the U.S.A.-Israel military industrial complex and the military actions are the greatest threat to world peace and security. Only by bringing into balance the enforcement of the Rule of International Laws will things in the world change for the better. Leading by example and not military force will bring more peace and less war into the world. The words of leaders of nations must be heard and disseminated around the world. There needs to be less “he said, she said” filtered and often distorted translations of other people words that are out right lies.

The American mass media has lost its independence from the self-serving interests of the military industrial complex and the “power that be” in the government. Often working as a tool of the government and military industrial complex the American mass media filters the truth from the headline news misleading the American public. Especially when it pertaining to Middle East Wars that involve Israel. The truth may not be heard by many people, but the truth is understood by many more people. In other words, the people on the streets have a better understand of the truth. They read in between the lines, not believing everything they are told from the American mainstream media.

Friday, September 08, 2006


Five Years After 9-11 I Feel Worst than the Day After

On 9/11 as with most of Americans I felt like a victim of the unknown. Fear over came my body and sole unlike ever before in my life time. As with so many American it was a day that changed my life forever. 9/11 opened my eyes and mind to the world outside my little world of reality. On 9/11 as an American I felt like a victim. Five years later as an American I feel like the perpetrator of war crimes that are greater than the ones that took place on 9/11. The reaction of the United States government since 9/11 has only raised the level of fear, hatred and mistrust making the world a more dangerous place.

Has our military reaction since 9/11 turned the United States and Israel into there own worst enemies. The State of Israel and the United States stand united in their war on terrorists. While most of the nations of people in the world are on the side of the Palestinian, Iraqi and Lebanese people as victims in their struggle for their security, dignity and peace. They are all people who have been occupied by a foreign military in the name of national security of Israel or the United States and the oil consuming industrial nation. Too many of the on going military and political actions of the United States and Israel have only made a bad situation worst.

Yes, today so many nations of people are worst off than they were five years ago. Starting with the people of the United States, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan and the list could go on and on. All because we can we can come up trillions of dollars for war and a drop in the bucket for peace. The greed of a few for more power and control ruin it for all. The great amounts of destruction the United States and the State of Israel have done onto other nation’s people since 9/11 are War Crimes Against Humanity. To punish a whole nation of people for the bad actions of a few is wrong and inhumane.

Saturday, September 02, 2006


Israel has the Right to Existence But Not in a State of Perpetual War

It is in the best interest of Israel, the United States, the nations in the Middle East as well as the nations of the rest of the world, that there is peace in the Middle East. There is little question that things have to change big time in the Middle East before things will get any better. The United States-Israeli policies and actions against the Islamic-Arab nations of people are at the root to many of the problems in the region. The in-fighting within the region is only a by-product of these policies and actions by the United States and Israel.

There is no other region of people that have suffered more and longer being under the occupation by foreigners than the people in the Middle East. Today the Israelis are controlling majority of the land of the Palestinian people and a lot of the land of the Lebanese people. The Israel military retaliation to the kidnapping of two Israeli soldiers is totally out of proportion. The collective punishment of the Lebanese people by the Israeli’s military is an International War Crime according to the Geneva Convention. The on going imprisonment of the Palestinian society as well as the elected officials of the Palestinian Authority is another War Crime. The Israelis life-long persecution of the Palestinian and Arab people would not be tolerated by the United States if the shoe was on the other foot.

Together Israel and the United States should be tried for War Crimes for military actions they took against the Palestinian, Lebanese and Iraqi people. The United States unconditionally backing of the State of Israel’s military actions and policies make the United States government a partner in Israel’s War Crimes. If the United States and Israel could accept their responsibility for past mistakes then they could begin on a new path towards reconciliation. By no means does this take other Arab leaders off the hook for their war crimes against humanity.

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