“Americans can no longer claim ignorance of the horrors committed by the CIA. They can not allow this guise of “The War on Terror” to continue, especially since it roots began as a terrorist organization to spread fear.”
Americans are largely unaware of the enormity of the crimes committed by their government (or rather, by individuals within their government), but in a representative democracy, as such allegedly exists in the U.S.A. can the people deny responsibility for the actions and policies of their government? How long can they allow their government, whose leaders they elect, to commit one atrocity after another and at the same time pretend that they themselves are innocent of any wrongdoing?
Alinsky’s Strategy: Win At Any Cost, Even If You Have To Lie
In September 2001, President George W. Bush declared a “War on Terrorism” and vowed to destroy all terrorist organizations “with a global reach.” For the good of both America and the rest of the world he should start with the largest international terrorist organization of them all — his own CIA.
The concept of “terrorism” is unclear and there is no definition generally agreed upon for the term “terrorist.” It is however, a tactic; a means to a specific outcome — a tactic often used as a possible course of action.
Once you understand this, . . .