DAVID W PEAR—Threats such as “all options are on the table”, economic sanctions, seizing oil tankers on the high seas, and naval blockades are violations of international law. They are all acts of a war of aggression. The Nuremburg Tribunal defined wars of aggression to be the worst of war crimes, because it leads to all the other war crimes. These are properly regarded—and classified—as capital offences. Distinguished US jurists took a major role in formulating and enacting these principles.
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DAVID W. PEAR—The list of US failures to its people is long, but it can be summarized by the United Nations Index of Human Development. Shockingly while the US spends trillions of dollars on war, the US comes in at 25th in human development, adjusted for inequality. Don’t expect it to improve; the trend is down. It is not enough to learn the real history of the US, and unlearn the fake history. The US must get over the illusion of its exceptionalism, innocence, and victimhood. The US really does not have any enemies that it cannot defend itself against. Iran, Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, and North Korea are not threatening the US. It is ridiculous to think that they are.
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PHILIP A. FARRUGGIO—One can fast forward to some of our own nation’s so called ‘ Wars’ after WW2: Korea, Vietnam and of course Iraq. In all of these instances the public was sold, hook, line and sinker, the fear card that our entire way of life would come to an end if we did not fight. And fight we did, or should I say in the case of Iraq ‘ And attack we did!’ This ‘ guns and butter ‘ approach only succeeded, each and every time, in helping to further the slow timed bankruptcy process, both fiscally and morally.
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Prof. Mohammed Marandi, with the University of Tehran, is interviewed by PressTV on the US drone incident.