“They could have never sold the American people these wars had they known what they were really about!”
Think with me, if you would for a moment, please: We have 737 military bases across the world in 148 countries.
Can these politicians show me where in the US Constitution that they have delegated authority in establishing bases in foreign countries? Of course, not(Psalm 94:20)!
Out of the 245 years that we have been a country, did you know that 222 years have been spent in wars (Ephesians 4:14)?
- Dominican Civil War
- Insurgency of Bolivia
- Cambodian War
- War in South Zaire
- Lebanese’s Civil War
- Invasion of Grenada
- Bombing of Libya
- Tanker War
- Invasion of Panama
- Gulf War
- Iraqi No-Fly Zone Enforcement
- First Intervention in the Somali Civil War
- Bosnian War
- Intervention into Haiti
- Kosovo War
- Operation Infinite Reach
- War in Afghanistan
- Iraq War
- War in North-West Pakistan
- War in Somalia
- Operation Ocean Shield
- American-led intervention in Libya
- Lord’s Resistance Army Insurgency
- American-led intervention in Iraq
- American-led intervention into Syria
- Yemeni Civil War
- American intervention in Libya
Smedley Butler was the most decorated Marine in U.S. history. By the end of his career, Butler had received 16 medals, five for heroism. He is one of 19 men to receive the Medal of Honor twice, one of three to be awarded both the Marine Corps Brevet Medal (along with Wendell Neville and David Porter) and the Medal of Honor, and the only Marine to be awarded the Brevet Medal and two Medals of Honor, all for separate actions.
Moving forward to that of the Iraq War and the profiteers of that unconstitutional war, remember, that one of the top profiteers from the Iraq War was oil field services corporation, Halliburton (Vice president Dick Cheney’s company). Halliburton gained $39.5 billion in “federal contracts related to the Iraq war.”
Do remember that General Wesley Clark already blurted out the truth, perhaps in his confusion, when he said…
Don’t forget that the said President of the United States during that time, George W. Bush, admitted that there were NO weapons of mass destruction (John 8:44).
In other words, a lot of innocent people were killed in Iraq.
Now knowing all of this, let’s listen to those who know what was happening in these wars first hand.
Conclusion: If Americans want to end unconstitutional wars, then send the politicians!
Furthermore, if Americans would have taken the time to know the difference (Constitutionally; Deuteronomy 25:1) by taking heed to General Eisenhower’s warning from January 17, 1961, they would have not have been taken for the next contrived war.
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