The 20th Century was the most destructive era in history. Deaths from all the wars and the genocides estimated at 160 million may seem small if the planet descends into the approaching holocaust. Globalization is the catchword of the ruling class. Sovereign nations are obsolete to the corporatists. Militarization for suppressing conflicts is the mission, since warfare among nations are passé. The old alliances based upon ethnic composition or ideology has vanished. Only dissenters against the New World Order pose a threat to the Novo Ordo Seclorum.
Perceptive political watchers know all too well that foreign policy seldom changes from one administration to the next. Oh, the edges may soften and the emphasis may project modifications, but the core thrust of the State Department and the military-industrial-complex keeps on track their need to maintain the aggressive war deployments of the American Empire. The undisputable fact that underpins the post World War II era has seen an unending crisis of national character. How can a republic be waging permanent war and retain the essence of representative self-government?
Another sad chapter from a desperate imperial empire lays naked for the entire world to see. The pretense that an international community of nations has arbitrary authority to remove any government that conflicts with the master plan of total global enslavement exposes the utter failure of legitimacy. By what moral mandate do belligerent nations have to insight regime change, when the facts clearly demonstrate that conflicting tribal factions are engaged in a civil conflict?