delivered 4 April 1967 at Riverside Church in New York City, King actually cited Venezuela as having been already targeted in his time:
"During the past ten years, we have seen emerge a pattern of suppression which has now justified the presence of U.S. military advisors in Venezuela. This need to maintain social stability for our investments accounts for the counterrevolutionary action of American forces in Guatemala. It tells why American helicopters are being used against guerrillas in Cambodia and why American napalm and Green Beret forces have already been active against rebels in Peru."
In his film 'Bowling At Columbine' Moore showed graphically that "all America is involved in the WMD killing industry." "Though it is no secret that these weapons are taking millions of lives, even millions of children lives, a vast and critical amount of Americans remain pleased with US military action around the globe always preposterously described as 'protecting American freedoms."
Quote Ron Paul MD US Representative and 2012 presidential candidate
During the Republican Party Presidential Candidates Debates of 2012, candidate US Rep. Ron Paul was shown repeating on prime time news programs,
'all US invasions and bombings beginning with the war in Korea were illegal and unconstitutional and took a huge toll in human lives.'
"US Foreign Policy is the Greatest Crime Since WWII... American aggression had already created incalculable levels of misery for the world.... the poor of the planet [are] made poorer, dominated and exploited by the foreign policies of the U.S. and its rich allies... the U.S. invasion of Iraq was 'the supreme international crime' in the Nuremberg Judgment." [Quoted from "Neighborhood Bully - Ramsey Clark on American Militarism", Derrick Jensen The Sun Magazine, 2/14/2018]
Times have changed. All the above devastating denunciations of US illegal genocidal crimes against humanity will be listened to by people in a Third World now serviced not only with instant satellite reception of the powerful media of the domineering white nations, but equipped as well with sundry forms of local social media and cell phones. Then too, China, now under constant attack in US media, can be expected to mount a worldwide reaching media of its own. How soon will the presently unchallengeable power of USA wane to where Americans will be held responsible for their 'mistaken' genocides in Vietnam and Iraq and also lose their ability to cruelly sanction at will.
Up until now, the world has continually allowed Americans to get away with mass murder and maiming of many millions of innocent men, women and children in their very own beloved countries. With little solidarity of outspokeness coming from the plundered Third World, former colonies of the First World seemed to be forced to simply wait their turn to be done in again by their former ruler's military. These vulnerable ex-colonies face an incredibly tight solidarity of the nations of Europe and overseas European descent. A good example of which is the fact that every single nation of basically Caucasian population in the world, even tiny Lichtenstein, Andorra and Monaco have been part of the occupying military led by the Americans at war in Afghanistan. In 2014, to encourage a speaking out within majority humanity, your peoples historian writing with former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark's encouragement, yours truly wrote the widely published article below:
You Know Who is Planning to Kill Your Family, Yet You Don't ... Article speaks to a typical nation-family presently in the gunsights of the speculating interest banking industry of the plundering self-anointed 'International Community,' formerly similarly self-euphenized as 'The Free World' and for centuries known terrifyingly as 'The Colonial Powers'. It asks why 3rd world spokespersons fail to call for prosecution of the Neocolonial Powers' so blatantly self-indicted in heinous crimes against humanity. [OpEdNews et al 5/25/2014]
Quote Nelson Mandela, beloved as a hero even in US media for his having endured 27 years of imprisonment before becoming president of his South Africa.
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