Blog/America's Economic History
Posted Jul 10, 2016 by Martin Armstrong
The State Department blew everyone away after admitting that they officially and intentionally deleted several minutes of video footage from a 2013 press briefing to mislead the press over the Iranian nuclear deal. Those in power are all about just them. They are constantly showing that they cannot be trusted on anything. Yet, we are risking the lives of our children with wars that are manufactured for political gain all so they can in their mind rule the world.
In school, we were taught that the Germans ruthlessly sunk a passenger ship, the Lusitania, to justify World War I. The problem was that the US was secretly putting arms shipments in passenger boats to get them to Europe. So they lied about that as well. However, Germany actually took out an advertisement in the New York Times to warn people not to travel on the Lusitania, but that was omitted from history books.
They knew about the pending attack by the Japanese on Pearl Harbor. They moved the big ships out and allowed the attack to happen so they could get into the war.
With Vietnam, Lyndon Johnson admitted that perhaps the sailors were shooting at whales. The Vietnamese never attacked the US navy in the Tonkin Gulf incident.
There were no weapons of mass destruction to invade Iraq.
The government proposed Operation Northwoods to justify an invasion of Cuba whereby they would kill Americans and call it a terrorist attack. This was later rejected by President Kennedy.
Why does anyone believe government about anything?