5 Wars That America Must End for Peace and Freedom to Prevail
Overseas Wars: The imperialistic wars in the oil-rich Arab world are clearly a failure in ideas, morality, and resource allocation. Even if the lies that led us there, and the lies that keep us there, were true, they'd still be flimsy reasons to excuse the countless tragedies involved, not least being the cost in American blood and treasure. The Orwellian nature of perpetual war is a technique that is used by global managers to ensure that even countries like the U.S. that are not experiencing direct confrontation are under a continued threat of economic destabilization and the spread of physical conflict onto their soil. This permits new legislation like the NDAA that declares every location a battlefield even when there is actually no physical war at all. As the establishment continues to push for more foreign wars, perhaps leading to WWIII, we must oppose all military action everywhere if we expect peace anywhere.
War on Terror: The War on Terror has been nothing more than a War on Freedom. Americans have lost precious rights to the war on terror, most notably from the USA PATRIOT Act and the recently-passed NDAA.
The same is true for the new battlefront of content protection against potential copyright violators. It is a fabrication to suggest that we need more government power to arbitrarily shut down websites. No cyber attack, no matter how potentially devastating, is worth giving the government the authority to censor or shut down websites. Nor should anyone be arrested and caged for victimless file sharing, let alone linking to information.