Anyone viewing international events with even a shred of objectivity knows that the U.S. government is just a pretext away from bombing Iran. American history, after all, is teeming with convenient provocations that created an opening for military intervention. Here's one instructive example:
"We should remember what happened in the village of Racak back in January," President Bill Clinton told the press on March 19, 1999. "Innocent men, women, and children taken from their homes to a gully, forced to kneel in the dirt, sprayed with gunfire-not because of anything they had done, but because of who they were."
U.S. diplomat William Walker concurred during his mission to verify Serbian (Yugoslav) war crimes. "From what I saw," Walker said, "I do not hesitate to describe the crime as a massacre, a crime against humanity. Nor do I hesitate to accuse the government security forces of responsibility."
Clinton and Walker were talking about an alleged massacre of 45 Kosovo Albanians on January 15, 1999. As the
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