American Invasions: Canada to Afghanistan, 1775 to 2010 is a thought-provoking analysis of the reasons for American invasions and warmongering over the last two centuries. Contrary to the views expressed by the Western media and Western historians the American Empire is not a force for the promotion of free thinking and democracy but instead a force for imperial conquests and imposed dictatorships through the use of a military-industrial complex, fed by the American Empire outspending the rest of the world combined, on weapons of mass destruction. The American Empire has used and will continue to use the most sophisticated weapons, from nuclear bombs to bunker-busting bombs to land mines to chemical and biological weapons, on defenseless men, women, and children to feed its insatiable appetite for warmongering and imperial expansion. It combines military bases around the world with military prisons used for torture and extraction of information. Its navy patrols every corner of the globe, and its planes can rain down bombs from the heavens on every civilian on the planet.... its imports of Venezuelan oil. By diverting Venezuelan oil from the United States to China, China will be diversifying its own dependence on suppliers. ... By 2012, Venezuela is expected to export as much oil to China as it currently exports toanbsp;...
|Title||:||American Invasions: Canada to Afghanistan, 1775 to 2010|
|Author||:||Mirza Ph.D, Rocky M.|
|Publisher||:||Trafford Publishing - 2010-09-02|