Sunday, August 16, 2015

Press TV: My Take on North Korea's Threat to Attack the US Followed by Another One of My Obama Rants

It's that time of year again when US Empire teams up with South Korea's military for their annual joint exercise on North Korea's doorstep as a show of force (and preparation) for war against the rogue nation. Only this year the US as the biggest rogue nation has added a dozen more countries in the 10-day exercise just to show the little rogue state who's the real boss in Asia. So in response, North Korea has made a threat that it will attack mainland USA should the military war games proceed as scheduled on Monday. I explain to Press TV that the US Empire's wrecking ball agenda is simply to destabilize every region on earth in order to maintain its global hegemony and full spectrum dominance. With the sole exception the recent Iran nuke agreement, escalating US aggression in recent years has polarized and forced the entire world into a West versus East showdown that may well turn into World War III scenario with nuclear implications. And this comes at a time when South Korea has made it known that it wants to reconcile its differences with its fellow Korean neighbor to the north. But of course the US will ensure that never happens. Let the war games and war begin!


http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/08/16/425009/US-aggression-WWIII-West-East-Investigative-journalist




While Obama's so quick to point the finger and guns at other nations for their poor human rights records, his police state dictatorship is presently at war with the American people, killing us at a rate 70 times greater than the next Western nation. While imprisoning nearly two and a quarter million Americans, the majority behind bars share a similar skin complexion to Obama’s (60% of the US prison population is either black or brown). Additionally, the US imprisons over half a million more of its citizens than the next nation, which happens to be the most populated nation on earth and one that Obama often hypocritically criticizes China. In fact, the US is home to a quarter of the world's total inmate population despite comprising only 5% of the global population. 


Our war criminal president actually boasted about the US killing more people than Hitler at a press conference a couple years ago:


I’m proud to announce the US has moved past Hitler’s Nazis for third place on the all-time list of most people killed by governments. That’s right, we’ve out-murdered the Nazis!






The sick sycophantic press corps began chanting “USA! USA!” The fact that as the most warring nation on earth (at war killing a designated enemy somewhere around the globe 93% of its time in existence, i.e., 222 out of 239 years), the United States has murdered way more humans than any other nation since World War II (up to 30 million). As egregious and shameful it is to afflict humanity with so much death and destruction, to then hold a press conference just to brag about it to the world indicates how pathologically evil our bloodthirsty psychopath of a president really is. But then as the only president in US history to matter-of-factly state that he'd be willing to kill fellow Americans on US soil, his gloating over 30 million US war-kills shouldn't come as such a shocker… never mind that 90% of those war-kills have been civilians. With Obama and America’s track record so despicable, clearly it is the United States that’s guilty of being the world's worst human rights offender.






Joachim Hagopian is a West Point graduate and former US Army officer. He has written a manuscript based on his unique military experience entitled “Don’t Let The Bastards Getcha Down.” It examines and focuses on US international relations, leadership and national security issues. After the military, Joachim earned a master’s degree in Clinical Psychology and worked as a licensed therapist in the mental health field for more than a quarter century. He now concentrates on his writing and has a blog site at http://empireexposed.blogspot.com/. He is also a regular contributor to Global Research and Sott.net.