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U.S. FOREIGN POLICY

Subject: U.S. FOREIGN POLICY
Date: Sat, 13 Sep 2008 19:21:20 +0000 (GMT)
From: Triaka Smith triaka@webtv.net
To: globalcommunity@telus.net

From: Triaka Smith
Sent: Friday, September 12, 2008 5:58 PM
To: Triaka@webtv.net
Subject: U.S. FOREIGN POLICY

FACT 1 - The U.S. Constitution established a form of government that gave direct governing power to a small minority over the American people at large. Political power was structured from top-down in Executive and Legislative branches of government, rather than from bottom-up taxpayers and consumers, an oligarchical system that gave preference to money interests who influenced politicians.

FACT 2 - Money interests influenced the U.S. government to extend, consolidate and centralize economic, political and military power in what President H.W. Bush termed the New World Order.

FACT 3 - By the 21st century, the U.S. was the most dominating force in the world with 1,150 military installations in 144 of almost 200 nations on the planet with the world's largest and most powerful military force in human history.

And you wonder why terrorists want to destroy this invasive force?

I wonder why the 2008 Presidential and Congressional candidates do not offer a change in Foreign Policy and why media people do not ask the obvious questions.

In the Spirit of Aloha,
Triaka

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