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Corrupt Foreign Policy – (Gaza, Syria, Iraq, and Israel)

They say that foreign policy is written for the best interest of the country writing it. However, when one looks out on the world stage one must seriously question if that interest is for all the people or just for a select few who have been empowered to write the policy. How is it in the national interest of all of our people that we should arm rebel groups fighting against their elected officials in their respective countries? How is it in our national interest to send money, some call it blood money, to countries for seemingly humanitarian purposes to have that money enrich its leaders to live in luxury and its military to purchase weapons on the open market? How is it in our national interest to gamble the possibility of having those same rebels who received weapons, training, and money to turn against their own people because of their religious believes or give them the ability to invade another sovereign nation? I am here to say with the loudest voice that I can muster, screaming from the rooftop that it is not in our national interest and must have been written by corrupt politicians. Let’s look at the specifics. Continue reading Corrupt Foreign Policy – (Gaza, Syria, Iraq, and Israel)