One of the most evil things done has been aid to Africa.
This was done as a humanitarian gesture that only exasperated the underlying problem: a population that was unable to sustain itself. Had aid not been sent back then, the level of death while bad wouldn't have been out of line with what had occurred previously. Now after years of aid Africa's population has exploded to the point that once that aid stops coming, we are liable to see death on a scale few can imagine.
@judgedread @Marko failing to ID and deal with an infiltrator becomes strawman "you dont believe in security." that's illogical. open or private, you still face infiltration and have to deal with it. what rational grounds do you have for believing the enemy doesnt have your real name, if they care to discover it.
@judgedread @Marko your conclusion doesnt follow. what follows is what i've said: the enemy has forced every single thing we do into an all or nothing situation.. so no point organizing unless you're willing to kill and die. if you think there's any way to organize without being infiltrated, that's the opposite of everything else you think. the question is..what are we willing to do about infiltrators. you also seem to think you arent doxxed yourself. i'd guess you are.
As Americans lose their jobs, Senate gears up to give Israel A MINIMUM of $38 billion over 10 years
The government that destroyed the entire Middle East pretending to be concerned about muslims in China. Cute.
The United States has decided to add 33 Chinese firms and institutions to an economic blacklist over alleged human rights violations or having ties with China’s military.
The US Commerce Department announced the decision on Friday, citing national security concerns and Beijing's treatment of its Uighur Muslim minority.