USA'S MISTAKES




In the USA, 'median income' has been falling.

And the section of the elite who thrive on wars has been getting richer.

Yet, the US public continues to be conned into supporting expensive wars.


During Ronald Reagan's first six years in office, GDP grew 22% while the median income grew only 6%

During Bill Clinton's first six years, GDP grew 24% while median income grew only 11%.

In George W Bush's first six years GDP rose 16%, but median income fell 2%.

Under Obama: GDP is up 8% and median income is down 4%.

American Imperialism

The US public is usually tricked into supporting wars, and then after a few years it begins to realise its mistake.

Here are the results of 9 opinion polls between 1950 and 2014:

Did the US public make a mistake in sending troops to KOREA?

1950 - NO 65%

1952 - NO 37%

In Korea, US troops frequently shot innocent civilians. (BBC - History - World Wars: Kill 'em All'.) In 1950, up to 400 South Korean civilians gathered by a bridge were killed by US forces from the 7th Cavalry Regiment. Picasso represented this massacre in his painting above.

Did the US public make a mistake in sending troops to VIETNAM?

1965 - NO 60%

1973 - NO 29%

Did the US public make a mistake in sending troops to IRAQ?

2003 - NO 72%

2010 - NO 41%


Did the US public make a mistake in sending troops to AFGHANISTAN?

2002 - NO 93%

2013 - NO 51%

Is military action against ISIS in America's national interest?



USA'S MISTAKES Rating: 4.5 Diposkan Oleh: World's News Center

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