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US: we initiate terrorism to create terrorists to overthrow governments


Wesley Clark, Supreme Allied Commander NATO, testifies in this 2-minute video that the US planned to overthrow seven countries after 9/11: Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Iran.
The Pentagon admitted a strategy to do so (hereherehere):
  1. 1.  the US conducts acts of terrorism in nations they want to control,
  2. 2.  the US continues terrorism to provoke an act of reprisal,
  3. the US labels the reprisal “terrorism” to justify covert and overt military operations to overthrow targeted governments.
Therefore, the US caused the “war on terror” as a policy choice; 9/11 was pretense and not the cause.
Indeed, war law and two UN Security Council Resolutions provided international cooperation for factual discovery of the 9/11 terrorists, arrests, and trial for lawful justice all nations supported.
The US rejects the rule of law, violates treaty obligations, killed over a million human beings from armed attacks since 9/11, and so far has long-term costs of $4 to $6 trillion to US taxpayers ($40 – $60,000 per household).  MORE

“More Law?” – Pure Sociology Gets It Wrong

There are different kinds of law. Some law is statutory, created by legislators or rulers with legislative authority. When most people think of laws, they’re thinking of statutes. Some law is regulatory, created not by a legislative authority but by a governmental agency or ministry.
The law may have more or less effect on a given society, depending on how much it adheres to the rule of law. A society that gives greater precedence to familial, tribal or commercial ties than it gives to the law is going to behave differently than one where the law is expected to apply to everyone regardless.
Punishment is also different from law. Punishment is a severe form of governmental intrusion depriving a citizen or subject of life, liberty or property, or inflicting pain or distress, as a consequence for violating certain laws. Not just any laws, but those laws deemed so necessary for public safety and security and decency that violation requires just such extreme measures — either to dissuade that person or others from doing the same, to remove the threat from society, to otherwise make the criminal less likely to reoffend, or to satisfy a visceral desire for vengeance. Imposing more punishment does not create more law, but is instead a function of the application of existing law to individual circumstances.
 

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