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You don't coerce or injure others. Why can politicians do it?

Even the Pentagon admits that U.S. foreign policy causes terrorism

Militarists really shouldn’t argue with the Pentagon about this.

Here’s a fact you should know. It comes from the Defense Science Board’s 1997 Summer Study Task Force on Department of Defense Responses to Transnational Threats. Quote…

“Historical data show a strong correlation between U.S. involvement in international situations and an increase in terrorist attacks against the United States.”*

In other words, they don’t hate us for our freedoms. They hate us because we’re over there meddling with them.

Ivan Eland, a scholar at the Cato Institute, cataloged many examples to support these Pentagon findings in a study he prepared in 1998.

So what should you do with this information? I suggest two things…

  • Share it on social networks. More people need to know about it.
  • Bookmark this blog post so you can link to it whenever this subject comes up.
* – Defense Science Board, The Defense Science Board 1997 Summer Study Task Force on DoD Responses to Transnational Threats (Washington: U.S. Department of Defense, October1997), vol. 1, Final Report, p. 15.

By: Perry Willis

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