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Freedom is not free. American imperialism and business interests

have horrific costs that appear across time, continents.

When the chickens come home to roost, we see the real gangsters.

They are a malevolent manifestation, imperialism's true face

behind grants, smiles and "respectable" organizations.

War and regime change are harsh words, so fascist leadership create these

via NGO's, "reform" initiatives, the good

guy's fight and propaganda.

The public hears continual excuses for intervention and coups on their tax dollar.

Fewer places is that hypocrisy more apparent than President Obama.

He used a revolving door to corporate militarism.


"This (Yemen) is a just war — a war waged proportionally,

in last resort, and in self-defense." (The New York Times). 

Yemen's "proven success" is a nationwide war zone.

Iran, Iraq, Syria and Yemen have been open

alleyways for the U.S. in the Middle East.

Afghanistan and Pakistan are littered by bombs.

Drone campaigns and blanket strategies are the norm since 2002.

Imperialist, guerrilla warfare always dominated American politics.

Look at the Sons of Liberty.

They wanted freedom to oppress fellow human

beings on their own Indigenous land.

This original coup has repeated itself internationally.

Common attacks include "communism",

"fascism", "terrorist", "RADICAL",

"undesirable", and "a threat to freedom".

That terminology applies to the government

officials who organize these war crimes.


The National Endowment For Democracy has a heavy

hand in perpetuating global imperialism.

It is a bipartisan Congress and Reagan creation,

that links to American government's most egregious mistakes

like election interference (Common Dreams).

“A lot of what we do today was done covertly 25 years ago by the CIA,”

said a former employee, Albert Weinstein (The Washington Post).

The non-profit organization functions much like an apparatus for CIA

operations, but non-profit is oxymoronic.

Plutocratic politicians (i.e. Reagan and his cabinet) have

gained enormous revenue from NED's actions.

Their primary aim is regime change by any means necessary.

Stokely Carmichael, Pan-African Trinidadian leader of the SNCC

 This "non-profit" receives an annual $80 million check

from the State Department and Congress (Democracy Now).

That could cover 67% of Medicare and Medicaid payments that New York's cutting,

or 100% of Montana's infrastructure bonding bill.

U.S. missions and operatives use every tactic from 'secret sources' and

assassinations to influence international politics (Voltaire Web).

For 55 years, the U.S. instigated three Haitian coups (A Timeline of CIA Atrocities).

"If the United States government declares a coup, you immediately have

to shut off all aid, including humanitarian aid, the Agency for

International Development aid, the support that we were providing

at that time for a lot of very poor people." (Democracy Now!)

Some are intentional battles for power.

Others are blunders to distract from a larger corruption,

like Trump and Soleimani (Newsweek).

But this bloody approach has far-reaching consequences.

What happens when the chickens roost at home?



The Lenca activist and nature defender said that 2009's U.S.-Honduran coup

institutionalized suppressive violence against her people (YouTube).

Replacing Zelaya meant ominous things for Honduran citizens.

Coup head General Velasquez (NCR) studied through a U.S. program

that created others like him (The Grayzone): from Bolivia to Mexico.

Cáceres was assassinated in 2016, a year after an

 environmental award for COPINH.

The Berta Caceres Act (Rep. Hank Johnson, D-GA) addresses the connection

between aid and juntas, and reached the

House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

It still doesn't mention Secretary Clinton's

role in Hondura's unity government.


Lumumba was elected independent, DEMOCRATIC leader of the Congo (The Dawn News).

Lumumba fought tooth and nail against Western infiltration like many

African leaders
throughout time: for Congolese freedom from imperial control.

But he was a fallen revolutionary to Belgian mercenaries and the CIA.


Malcolm X had these scathing words to say:

"I can only view the role of the United States in the Congo as a criminal role.

And I think the seeds she is sowing in the Congo she will have to harvest.

The chickens that she has turned loose over

there have got to come home to roost." (x)

It's gone on for long enough. 60's revolutionaries

were completely done with American 'democracy'.

Malcolm X catalyzed a nation of disenfranchised people against injustice.

His politics decimated America's false progressivism.

He exposed a malevolent system that treats poor, Black

people as disposable pawns in a wealth war worldwide.

Malcolm X's anti-imperialist, anti-capitalist

stance further articulated Black revolution.

His tragic assassination in 1965 kick-started the Panthers' formation (Rolling Out).


His role in Iran and other sectarian governments is controversial,

but Major General Soleimani unified many people

under an anti-imperialist cause.

He did lead strikes against U.S. troops.

However, the Iraq War has been continuously

criticized for its lack of basis at all (report).

Soleimani ended several rebel attacks against the ruling Iraq government

a decade ago and provided crucial intelligence

about the Taliban, to his credit.

He did not bow to cultural or military pressure

since the 1990's Iran-Iraq War (NPR).

Sanctions had already been placed heavily on Iran by 1984.


Iran, Syria and Yemen are the latest examples of capitalist militarism's failure

as functional foreign policy (LA Times).

Coups can't last, not 66 years or 500. We need a stable society.

War's after-effects knock on our door in refugee waves and financial

crises—no homes, futures, a land destroyed by greed.


Capitalist U.S. imperialism houses 25% of the world and deports the rest.

Salvadorian prison. Photography: Giles Clarke.

 "The lack of new prisons along with the huge rise in US deportation rates—

the justice system can’t handle it so these cages are springing up everywhere.

35 men in each one." (Prison Photography)

Dana Frank's a human rights and foreign policy expert, well-versed

on the Case of the Honduran Coup. They disregard Clinton's pretense.

"She’s baldly lying when she says we never called it a coup.

Clinton and post-coup President Porfirio Lobo, 2010

I think it’s really about the U.S. pushback

against the democratically

elected governments of the left and the

center-left that came to power

in Latin America in the '90s and in the 2000's.

Venezuela, Bolivia, Argentina, Ecuador, Chile, El Salvador, all these countries.

[Honduras] was the first domino pushing back against democracy

in Latin America and reasserting U.S. power." (Democracy Now!)

82nd Airborne Division paratroopers at Palmerola Air Base

"The first stop the plane made was at Palmerola.

When they seized me in my house and took me to the plane, they

threatened me both verbally and with their guns.

As I arrived in Palmerola, I looked out the window

and saw troops moving, people running. I couldn’t tell if they were

Honduran or foreign troops.


 U.S.-supported dictators enable mass genocide

and civil warfare in more than 20 countries.

The Americas, Africa, Asia and the Middle Eastern region are long-term

activists against Washington attempts to control their politics.

Lately, the interference cannot be painted nicely.

Ministers are checking U.S. presidents when they assassinate national leaders.

Iranian PM Asserts Trump Was Ready to Commit War Crimes  VIDEO

Plutocratic elites meet revolutionaries with fiercer waves, each

generation further willing to change the world.

"U.S. "democracy" is not the answer," they say.

March Against Monsanto in San Salvador

"We know the way! We will show you what the world should be."

Nkrumah delivered a prophetic speech at 1963's

Organization of African Unity ceremony (Ghana Web).

His message centered continental unity as a decisive element in progress.

"The hour of history which has brought us...

is a revolutionary hour. It is the hour of decision.

For the first time, the [economic] imperialism which menaces us is

itself challenged by the irresistible will of our people."

The coups end today.

Africa: a continent drenched in the blood of revolutionary heroes  (The Guardian, 1-17-11)

A History of Six Decades of Tensions Between the U.S. and Iran  (WJLA, 1-08-20)

Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II  (William Blum, 2003)

Return to Reality

U.S. Regime Changes - The Historical Record  (Global Research, 11-29-19)