Anti-Imperialism/Foreign Policy

The Proof Is In: The US Government Is the Most Complete Criminal Organization In Human History

Paul Craig Roberts


Unique among the countries on earth, the US government insists that its laws and dictates take precedence over the sovereignty of nations. Washington asserts the power of US courts over foreign nationals and claims extra-territorial jurisdiction of US courts over foreign activities of which Washington or American interest groups disapprove. Perhaps the worst results of Washington’s disregard for the sovereignty of countries is the power Washington has exercised over foreign nationals solely on the basis of terrorism charges devoid of any evidence.

Consider a few examples. Washington first forced the Swiss government to violate its own banking laws. Then Washington forced Switzerland to repeal its bank secrecy laws. Allegedly, Switzerland is a democracy, but the country’s laws are determined in Washington by people not elected by the Swiss to represent them.

Consider the “soccer scandal” that Washington concocted, apparently for the purpose of embarrassing Russia. The soccer organization’s home is Switzerland, but this did not stop Washington from sending FBI agents into Switzerland to arrest Swiss citizens. Try to imagine Switzerland sending Swiss federal agents into the US to arrest Americans.


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  1. Here’s something you won’t hear from the mainstream media:

    It’s no secret that the US government has been demanding a régime change in Syria, using false accusations of crimes against humanity. It has become evident that these crimes (sarin gas attacks) have been committed by US-backed rebels. Question: should the US do a 180 and attack these rebels for war crimes? Yes they should. Since the US is backing these rebels, if they don’t change their position, they too are responsible for these atrocities. This is not the first time we’ve supported an entity that has used WMDs against mankind. We supported Saddam in his war against the Iranians. If you apply international law in regards to WMDs, the world should be demanding a regime change in the US. Note: it is quite clear that the rules of law do not apply to the US government whether it is domestic or international law.

    The US Constitution states we cannot get involved with regime changes for any reason other than for protection of our national interest. The disaster of 9/11 has enabled our government to take any action it so chooses as long as we classify it as a war on terror. In recent years, this has allowed the government to launch wars for political reasons without having to worry that it will inspire mass protests in the United States. 98℅ of all the deaths that have been inflicted by our military in these latest wars have been innocent civilians. It is despicable that we are willing to accept so many civilian deaths and label it as necessary collateral damage when it should more accurately be described as terrorist attacks. When one considers these facts, it should be no surprise that so many terrorist organizations are seeking to destroy our nation. There is no difference between the bombings that terrorists are responsible for and the drone strikes that kill innocent civilians in the Middle East. Both sides have deemed it acceptable to take civilian lives to further their agendas. Our government has become just as repugnant as these terrorist groups. America is supposed to be the greatest country in the world but we are tainting our great legacy by sinking to the level of terrorists and killing in such indiscriminate fashion.

    The most recent war in the Middle East is more of a religious war then a war on terror. In this war, it has become apparent that we have taken the side of the very entities we’ve been calling terrorists. We just rename them as rebels and freedom fighters.

    The bottom line is the US doesn’t really give a s*** about human rights; they only care about the petro dollar and if this means committing war atrocities for the Saudis and other allies in the Middle East, so be it. God help us, we no longer know who the monsters are thanks to the mainstream media supplying us with convoluted facts. If we can’t lock these people up for war crimes or treason, we can send them a strong message to demonstrate our dissatisfaction in their ability to govern. Vote out all of the incumbents in congress and keep voting them out until they realize that the rule of law applies to them.

    Perry v. United States, 204 U.S. 330, 358 “I do not understand the government to contend that it is any less bound by the obligation than a private individual would be…” “It is not the function of our government to keep the citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the citizen to keep the government from falling into error.

    ” Cooper v. Aaron, 358 U.S. 1, 78 S. Ct. 1401 (1958) Note: Any judge who does not comply with his oath to the Constitution of the United States wars against that Constitution and engages in acts in violation of the supreme law of the land. The judge is engaged in acts of treason. The U.S. Supreme Court has stated that “no state legislator or executive or judicial officer can war against the Constitution without violating his undertaking to support it.”

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