History repeats itself. Any time USA sees a need to flex its military might, it picks a much smaller and militarily weaker country, paints it up as the bad guy, revolution
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History repeats itself. Any time USA sees a need to flex its military might, it picks a much smaller and militarily weaker country, paints it up as the bad guy,

Any time USA sees a need to flex its military might, it picks a much smaller and militarily weaker country, paints it up as the bad guy, then proceeds to curbstomp it then dance around calling itself the great champion of freedom.
As USA grows in power it becomes more of a threat, so any country not already allied or controlled by USA is a potential target

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#5 - anon (04/24/2013) [-]
The U.S. wasn't even involved in Yugoslavia, and Libya was initiated by the French against a dictator that was killing his own civilians. We're in Afghanistan because we were attacked and we dropped the bombs on the japan because it was the quickest and, believe it or not, the best way to end the war with as minimal casualties. 2/7 would not buy into
User avatar #6 to #5 - konradkurze (04/24/2013) [-]
USA may not have been directly fighting in yugoslavia, but they were funding the bosnia/croatia alliance, providing them weapons, training their troops, and assassinate a few enemy politicians for bosnia

libya was just like vietnam ....not usa's problem but they still stepped in to play big brother and fight someone elses war for them

the taliban and al quaeda were usa funded to stage false flag attacks to gear america up to war and make more little countries america's bitches

and nuking japan is okay because it was quicker......nice how you ignore japs are human too...nope you only care about muricans
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