The Persian Gulf War, USG Complicity in 9/11 and the 2001 Anthrax Attacks, and Selling Weapons to Dictators in an Attempt to Justify Re-invasion of Iraq and War in Afghanistan

As discussed the US government’s main concern in the Iran-Iraq war was protecting its oil interests, so both warring states were supported in an attempt to secure their oil concessions. […]

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The Iran-Contra Affair: How the US Government Sold Weapons to Iran and Cocaine to Americans to Fund Terrorism in Latin America and Spur Pro-Western Regime Change

The Iran-contra affair was originally sparked by the Iran hostage crisis, which began on November 4, 1979 when a group of Iranian students called the Muslim Student Followers of the […]

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US Government Coups and Installations of Dictators for US Hegemony

The CIA is not the only US intelligence agency that exists purely to benefit American corporations. In fact, the United States has sixteen total intelligence agencies all led by the […]

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Rethinking Normality, Insanity, Mental Wellness, the Insanity Defense, and the Distinction Between Acceptable and Unacceptable Forms of Violence

Psychology is a young and developing field of study. Psychology literally means “study of the soul” and is derived from the Greek ψυχή or psukhē, meaning “soul” or mind and […]

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Analyzing the Illicit and Licit Opium and Cocaine Markets, US Government Protection and Distribution, and the Correlation Between GDP, Smuggling Routes, Drug laws, and Addiction

As stated countries that are the primary sources of lethal drugs are generally poor, addiction there is not very prevalent, drugs there are cheap, and they only become valuable when […]

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The CIA, its Devotion to American Corporations, Profit, State Capitalism, and Crushing Socialism: From Operation PBFORTUNE to Operation Ajax to Operation Condor to the Bay of Pigs

The CIA is one of the most putrid, vile, and despicable organizations on the planet that cares about nothing but money and power. Most people who have studied US history […]

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