Back in 2009 the U.S. Navy came out with a new recruiting motto: "America's Navy: A Global Force for Good."
I mean really, who could believe that kind of tripe?
In any case, it was abandoned in 2015. Evidently there were too many casualties from the violent laughter.
But never let it be said that the Amerikan government will let a stupid idea die a quiet death.
That inane motto was recently resurrected in the aftermath of the illegal, immoral, and unconstitutional assassination of an Iranian general in Iraq.
After the Iraqi parliament voted to demand the removal of U.S. troops from their country, because of the violation of their sovereignty, the U.S. State Department issued a statement titled: “The US Continued Partnership with Iraq.” That statement rejected the call for the removal U.S. troops from Iraq, and asserted that the US military is a “force for good” in the Middle East with a right to continued presence in Iraq. Where is the “good” in that? Or where is the “right”? Or how exactly does this constitute a “partnership”? I know not.
The liberal New York yankee in the White House and all of his cohorts reject the principles enumerated in the Declaration of Independence. Trump does not believe in self-determination, nor in government by the consent of the governed. Like his bloody Republican predecessor, Ape Lincoln, he believes only in power and empire.
If you are still a blind supporter of Donald J. Trump and the Evil Amerikan Empire, may I suggest you make a beeline for the nearest military recruitment station. Or perhaps you could direct your own sons and daughters, or grandsons and granddaughters, to do so.
But then again, it is possible that you suffer from bone spurs as does our great hero and Commander-in-Chief, Donald J. Trump!
Except for that disability, I’m certain he would have been a highly decorated warrior.
So as you argue, in agreement with the State Department and Donald Trump, that “America is a force for good in the Middle East”, you might consider the words of the prophet Isaiah:
Isaiah 5:20 – “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”
Once again I state for the record: “Ain’t my flag; Ain’t my country.” Just in case anyone’s wondering.
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