In public opinion in many countries, especially in Europe, it is believed that those who speak or act against US interests, or culture, or world view, in fact acting against the welfare and security of the whole world. In fact, such a lack of critical thinking to the policy of the United States is the biggest threat to the well-being and safety of the same world.
Constant needs Empire (Empire) for colonies in which people are forced to be subjects leads to imperialism. It is domination capitals that are trying to conquer the market and impose their rule a distant country. Thus, a complete copy of today’s world, aka the extension of American society. In such a world are mostly individuals and communities willing to embrace American culture and values, considering it as something desirable, what is meant as a kindness. Interestingly, this same America actually violent hyper-power. Indeed, America’s military interventions in other countries, send their troops to distant countries such as China, Korea, Vietnam and Indonesia, and the ones closer to home, such as Costa Rica, Guatemala and Grenada. If people truly understood the real power of the empire, and the way in which it came to the power, far from being the same enjoyed so much awe. This position of the US in public opinion is the product of ignorance, disinformation and manipulation of the media and education system that filters and distorts historical facts bundling herself memories of the bloody US hikes in sparkly cellophane in the red and white stripes. This is the rule of global hyper-powers – America.
Before us is a multitude of examples where political empire fraud overthrew the governments of other countries imposing undemocratic dictators. It’s a way of functioning of the violent expansion of the American policy in countries that only the US government deemed ‘unfit’ and ‘savage’. Thus, in Chile in 1973 the US overthrew the democratically elected government of Salvadore Allendrea and set up the right-wing military dictator General Augusto Pinochera. Allende was not a newly created fighter: he has long been involved in the Chilean political life. Not only did Allende was killed, but thousands of his supporters leftists imprisoned, tortured and killed – including US citizens – with the tacit approval and confirmation of the US government.
It was then that and Nicaragua, where the 1980s the US led a bitter war against leftist trade unionists. In less than three quarters of a century, initiated twelve military intervention in Nicaragua to overthrow the Liberal Party. One of the leaders was Augusto Cesar Sandino. Sandino liberals were to the United States, ‘imbued with Bolshevik ideas. As it later claimed, the US government has continued to fund and support the Contras
despite the resolutions of the Congress, and it channels the drug mafia. They supported and strengthened the Contras (known by intimidation, killings and torture of innocent Nicaraguans), because, they say, sandinisit as ‘Bolsheviks’ were opponents of democracy. However in February 1990, ‘undemocratic’ Sandinistas were defeated in national elections in Nicaragua and came down with the government.
In October 1983, the US has carried out the invasion of the small island of Grenada: and so on. The United States several times in a row, military and covert actions, intervened in almost all countries of South America: Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Cuba, Dominica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Suriname and Uruguay. These interventions, supposedly, were the defense of ‘democracy’, human rights and freedom. But, somehow, that always ended so that America won markets in these countries. These works have the support they received or came to power some of the best known offenders just the same democracy, human rights and freedom. The warranty for the vital interests of the United States paid the ordinary, innocent citizens of those countries who are killed, imprisoned, tortured and then left them to continue to live in a non-liberal economic relations inherited from Spanish colonialism, which held untold misery and that which originate from the lack of equal opportunities for all.
Immediately after 9/11. Zoltan Grossman, an American peace activist and a regular contributor radical magazine Counterpunch, published a list of ‘A century of military intervention of the United States, from Wounded Knee to the Afghanistan’, which is compiled based on the Congressional Archives and Research staying the Library of Congress. Grossman said 134 interventions, large and small, global and local, in the period of 111 years, between 1980 and 2001 from this list shows that by the end of the 2nd World War the US performed an average of 1.15 interventions per year. This increased to 1.29 during the Cold War. After the fall of the Berlin Wall interventions have increased to two per year. As the expanding American hiperimperijalizam, so does the number of interventions that protect the US ‘interests’.
The target of US intervention was the first East Asia (Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Iran). They were extremely violent intervention. Another intervention was Eastern Europe (including the Soviet Union), but due to the presence of a rival superpower, there was no open violence. The third phase was in South America, and started in Cuba and affected almost the entire continent. Violence also had mikrodimenzije and macro dimension, but it was not severe as in East Asia. In the fourth phase, the target found western Asia, from Palestine and Iran, Libya and Lebanon / Syria, and Iraq in the 1990s and early 21st century and Afghanistan. Thus, the intervention ranged from Confucian Buddhist societies to Christian-Orthodox and Christian-Catholic culture, ultimately, to the Islamic civilization.
list Zoltan Grossman ‘One hundred years of military interventions of the United States, from Wounded Knee to Afghanistan’:
South Dakota, 1890 (-?) – Troops: massacred 300 Lakota Indians at Wounded Knee (Wounded Knee).
Argentina, 1890. troops: to protect the interests of Buenos Aires.
Chile, 1891, troops: Marines clash with nationalist rebels.
Haiti, 1891, troops: suppressed uprising of black workers against the US taking Navassa Island.
Idaho, in 1892, the troops: army choking strike in silver mining.
Hawaii, in 1893, the navy, the troops: overthrown independent kingdom, annexation.
Chicago, 1894, troops: broken rail strike, 34 killed.
Nicaragua, in 1894, trope: one-month occupation Buefieldsa.
China, 1894th to 1895th, troops, navy: Marines participating in the Sino – Japanese War.
Korea, 1894th to 1896th, troops: Marines in Seoul during the war.
Panama, 1895, troops: navy, marines disembarking on Colombian territory.
Nicaragua, 1896, troops: Marines going ashore at the port of Corinto.
China, 1898 – 1900, troops: the army broke the Boxer Rebellion.
Philippines, 1989th-1910th? Navy troops: wrested Spain, killed 600,000 Filipinos.
Cuba, 1898th-1902nd? Navy troops: he wrested Spain, the United States, Cuba still has a naval base.
Puerto Rico, in 1898, the navy, the troops: kidnapped by the Spanish, the occupation continues.
Guam, 1898, navy, troops: kidnapped by Spain, still serves as a base.
Minnesota, in 1898, the troops: army defeated the Indians tribes Chippewa at Leech Lake.
Nicaragua, 1898, troops: Marines landed in the port of San Juan del Sur.
Samoa, in 1899? troops: the battle for the throne.
Nicaragua, 1899, troops: Marines landed in the port of Bluefields.
Idaho 1,899th to 1,901th, troops: army occupied the mining area of Coeur d’Alene.
Oklahoma, in 1901, the troops: army defeated the Indians tribes Creek.
Panama, 1,901th-1,914th, navy, troops: secession from Colombia in 1903, the annexation of the Panama Canal Zone.
Honduras, 1903, troops: Marines intervene in revolution.
Dominican Republic, 1903 – 1904 troops: the protection of American interests in the revolution.
Korea, 1904 – 1905 troops: Marines participating in the Russo-Japanese War.
Cuba, 1906th to 1909th, troops: Marines landed during democratic elections.
Nicaragua, in 1907, the troops: established a protectorate ‘dollar diplomacy’.
Honduras, 1907, troops: Marines landed during the war with Nicaragua.
Panama, 1908, troops: Marines intervened in the election race.
Nicaragua, 1910, troops: Marines landed in Bluefields and Corinto.
Hundras, 1911, troops: the protection of American interests in the civil war.
China, 1911 – 1941, the navy, the troops: continuous occupation with occasional riots.
Cuba, 1912, troops: the protection of American interests in Havana.
Panama, 1912, troops: Marines landed during the violent election.
Honduras, 1912, troops: Marines protect US economic interests.
Nicaragua, 1,912th-1,933th, troops: the bombing, 20-year occupation, the fight with the guerrillas.
Mexico, in 1913, the Navy: Americans evacuated during revolution.
Dominican Republic, in 1914, the Navy: the struggle with insurgents in Santo Domingo.
Colorado, 1914, troops: army crushed the miners’ strike.
Mexico, 1914 – 1918 Navy troops: a series of interventions against nationalists.
Haiti, 1914 – 1934, troops, bombing 19-year occupation after the riots.
Dominican Republic, 1916th to 1924th, troops: Marines occupied for eight years.
Cuba, 1,917th-1,933th, troops: military occupation, economic protectorate.
The First World War, in 1917, 18 Navy, troops: the sinking ship, the fight against Germany.
Russia, 1918 – 1922 navy, troops: Five landings to fight Bolsheviks.
Panama, 1918 – 1920, the troops: ‘policia in service’ during unrest after elections.
Yugoslavia, 1919, troops: Marines intervened on the side of Italy against Serbs in Dalmatia.
Honduras, 1919, troops: Marines landed during the election campaign.
Guatemala, 1920, troops: two-week intervention against unionists.
West Virginia, 1920th to 1921st, troops: the bombing, the army intervened against the union.
Turkey, in 1922, the troops: the struggle with the nationalists in Samirni.
China, 1922 – 1927, navy, troops: intervened during a nationalist revolt.
Honduras, 1924, – 1925, troops: landing during election clashes.
Panama, 1925, troops: Marines crushed the general strike.
China, 1927 – 1934, troops: Marines stationed throughout the country.
El Salvador, in 1932, the Navy: sent warships during the uprising Faribunda Marty.
Washington DC, 1932, troops: army stopped a protest for the rights of veterans of World War II.
The Second World War, 1941 – 1945, navy, troops: bombing, nuclear weapons, three-year struggle against the Axis powers,
Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, the massive use of nuclear weapons against civilians.
Detroit, 1943, troops: army crushed the uprising of blacks.
Iran, in 1946, the nuclear threat: Soviet troops were ordered to leave the north.
Yugoslavia, in 1946, the Navy: respond to the demolition of the American aircraft.
Uruguay, in 1947, the nuclear threat: the means used to bombers in a show of force.
Greece, 1947th to 1949th, command operation: USA gives the user extreme right in civil war.
China, 1948th to 49th, troops: Marines evacuate Americans ahead of the Communist victory.
Germany, in 1948, the nuclear threat: aircraft with nuclear weapons are kept Berlin airspace.
Philippines, 1948th to 1954th, command of the operation: CIA managed war against Huk rebellion
Poerto Rico, in 1950, commanding the operation, suppressed the uprising independence of Ponce.
Korea, 1950th to 1954th, troops, navy: bombing, nuclear threat: fight the US and South Korea against China and North Korea reached an impasse; threat of the atomic bomb in 1950, against China in 1953 the United States still has a base there.
Iran, in 1953, commanding the operation: CIA released democracy
Vietnam, in 1954, the nuclear threat: France offered an A-bomb
Guatemala, 1954 – Command operation, bombing, nuclear threat: CIA managed to attack the exiles after the new government nationalized the land of the American company, bombers stationed in Nicaragua
Egypt, in 1956, the nuclear threat, troops: Soviets told to stay out of Suez crisis; Marines evacuate foreigners
Lebanon, 1958, troops, marines occupied by insurgents
Iraq, in 1958, the nuclear threat: warning Iraq for invading Kuwait
China, in 1958, the nuclear threat: China warned not to move on Taiwan
Panama, 1958, troops: protests against the flag grow in conflict
Vietnam, 1960th to 1975th – troops, marines, bombing, nuclear threat: the fight against the uprising in South Vietnam against North Vietnam; Millions of civilians killed in longest US war threats atomic bomb 1968th to 1969th
Cuba, 1961, operacijiom command, the CIA managed unsuccessful attack exiles
Germany, in 1961, the nuclear threat: alert in a time of crisis because of the Berlin Wall
Cuba, in 1962, the nuclear threat: Naval blockade during the crisis because of the missile; threatened by the outbreak of war with the USSR
Laos, in 1962, commanding the operation: amassing armies during the guerrilla war
Panama, 1964, troops: killed Panamanians who sought to channel it Panamanian
Indonesia, in 1965, commanding the operation: Million killed in the coup that helped CIA
Dominican Republic, 1965 – 1966, troops, bombing: Marines landed during the election campaign
Guatemala: 1966 – 1967 – Command operation: Green Berets intervene against rebels
Detroit, 1967, troops: army fought against blacks, 43 killed
United States, 1968, troops: after the murder M.K.Kinga 21,000 troops deployed in the cities
Cambodia, 1969 -1975., Bombing, troops, navy: more than 2 million dead in a decade of bombing, starvation and political chaos
Oman, 1970, commanding the operation: the United States managed to attack the Iranian Navy
Laos, 1,971th-1,973th, commanding the operation, bombing: US managed to attack South Vietnam, ‘carpet bombing’ interior
South Dakota, in 1973, commanding the operation, the army managed operation with ‘Wounded Knee’, which took Indians Lakota
Middle East, in 1973, the nuclear threat: standby throughout the world because of the war in the Middle East
Chile, in 1973, commanding the operation: CIA supported coup which ousted elected president, Marxist
Cambodia, 1975, troops, bombing, gas: captured ship, 28 killed in helicopter crash
Angola, 1976, commanding the operation: CIA assists rebels supported by South Africa
Iran, in 1980, troops, nuclear threat, the failed bombing: Sabotage decline to rescue hostages at the US Embassy; 8 soldiers killed in a helicopter crash; Soviets warned not to interfere in the revolution
Libya, 1981, naval aviation: two Libyan jets shot down in maneuvers
El Salvador, 1981 – 1992, commanding the operation, troops: Advisors to assist in the war against the rebels, soldiers briefly involved in the fight for hostages
Nicaragua, 1,981th-1,990th, commanding the operation, Navy: CIA managed Contra attacks in the Gulf with mines against revolutionaries
Lebanon, 1982 – 1984, navy, bombing, troops: Marines expel PLO and support falagistre, navy bombard and shell the Muslim and sitijske positions
Honduras, 1983rd to 1989th, troops: maneuvers to assist in raising the base near the border
Grenada, 1983 – 1984, troops, bombing: Invasion four years after revolution
Iran, in 1984, jet planes: two Iranian jets shot down over Persian Gulf
Libya, 1986, bombing of the Navy: air strikes to topple nationalist rule
Bolivia, in 1986, the troops: army participated in the attack on cocaine region
Iran, 1987 – 1988, navy, bombing: US intervenes in the war on Iraq
Libya, 1989, naval aviation: shot down two Libyan jets
Virgin Islands, 1989, troops: after Hurricane Hugo, black nemiti St. Croix
Philippines, 1989, jet planes: Air support the government against coup
Panama, 1989th to 1990th, troops, bombing: Nationalist government ousted with the help of 27,000 soldiers, leaders arrested, more than 2000 dead
Liberia, 1990, troops: foreigners evacuated during civil war
Saudi Arabia, 1990 – 1991, troops, jets: a counter attack on Iraq after the invasion of Kuwait, 540,000 soldiers deployed in Omama, Qatar, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Israel
Iraq, 1990, bombing, troops, navy: blockade of Iraqi and Jordanian ports, air strikes, more than 200,000 people killed in the invasion of Iraq and Kuwait, are no-fly over Kuwaiti territory in the north and šijitkiom the south, Iraqi army suffered great losses ,
Kuwait, 1991, Navy, bombing, troops: Kuwait royal family returned to throne
Los Angeles, 1992, troops, army navy engaged to calm the revolt against police
Somalia, 1992 – 1994, troops, navy, bombaridarnje: UN led by the United States occupied the country during the civil war, the fight against one faction in Mogadishu
Yugoslavia, 1992 – 1994, navy, naval blockade of Serbia and Montenegro
Bosnia, 1993 – 1995, jet aircraft, bombing: Control no-fly zone in the civil war, downed jets, bombed Serbs
Haiti, 1994 – 1996, troops navy blockade against the military government, the army returned President Aristide to power three years after coup
Croatia, 1995, bombing: airfields attacked Krajina Serbs ahead of the Croatian offensive
Zaire (Congo) 1996 – 1997, troops: Marines at Rwandan Hutu refugee camps, the area where it started Congolese revolution
Liberia, 1997, troops: soldiers under fire evacuate foreigners
Albania, 1997, troops: soldiers under fire evacuated foreigners
Sudan, 1998, missiles: the attack on the pharmaceutical facilities under the pretext that produces a terrorist nerve gas
Afghanistan, 1998, missiles: the attack on the former training camps of the CIA which were used Islamist fundamentalist groups accused of the attack on the embassy
Iraq, 1998, bombing, missiles, four intensive air strikes after weapons inspectors have accused Iraq of not cooperating
Yugoslavia, 1999, bombing, missiles: Heavy air strikes of NATO after Serbia refused to withdraw from Kosovo
Yemen, in 2000, the Navy: the bombing
Macedonia, 2001, troops: NATO soldiers calm and partially disarm Albanian rebels
USA, 2001, jet aircraft, navy, preparedness for attacks hijack
Afghanistan, in 2001, a great mobilization of the United States with an attack on the Taliban and Bin Laden
These violent interventions have aimed at establishing peace and stability, but the imposition of a false democracy, political dictator, and wild neo-liberalism versus systems that the United States considered obsolete in the wild countries that from his perspective ‘unfit and dangerous’. The problem of American violent interactions is what every American interaction contains vast inequalities in power, wealth, freedom and opportunities. This is possible under the guise of nationalism shaped the national character of America that determines what is good and what is bad, both at home and in the rest of the world. Which brings us to the absurd that they are the worst effects of American power consequence most well meaning actions. That is why the United States often do not consider themselves responsible for the hostility of other parts of the world against him. It’s even more difficult for well-meaning Americans to imagine effective policy change in his country.