Marib, Yemen – What will it take for the US to bring "freedom" to any country? It almost seems all it takes for the US to invade a country is one guy to hop on a plane and try to ignite some fireworks.
The war is now extending to Yemen and we can see the smoke rising in Nigeria as well. The US is still in Iraq and they also want to bomb Iran now. Not only that they are heading into Africa to bring "democracy" here as well with Africom.
Back in the US however things are not going as they would like them to appear, people have no rights because of "terrorism" and everyone seems to be a terrorist.
Iraq faces countless bombings and murders daily, most of which we never hear about.
The question comes to mind, how much does it take for the US to invade a country? Surely it does not only take a underpants bomber.. or does it?
The US had their eyes on Yemen for some time now, they first bombed the place a few days ago in December but to get the "support" for war and their sheep society to follow them blindly into another war something had to happen on American soil, otherwise who would support a new war if it really does not affect anyone from the US.
The fact is Yeminis now fear that because of one bomber and Al-Qaida, the group that always appears at the right time the US wants another country claims the "terror" attack that the US will target their country next in their "war on terror".
It really is convenient that these countries where there is no big voice in the world to speak for the population of that country that the convenience of bringing democracy to those countries suddenly give them a voice. That however is just a front.
Just like the US got "outvoted" with the Iraq oil contracts this month but i guess we wont cover that today.
The point is, Yeminis now fear for their lives because of one bomber and a group that seems to be everywhere when the US wants them.
Just who seems to be the terrorists?
By looking at the word we soon see for ourselves.
terrorist (a radical who employs terror as a political weapon; usually organizes with other terrorists in small cells; often uses religion as a cover for terrorist activities)