Why I Hate America: Part 1

First, I must point out that my hatred for America is hatred for the United States administration and not for the American people. This hatred is not arbitrary. The dream of living in America is out of reach for millions of people who wish to live and settle there. My hatred is derived from acts committed by U.S. administrations since the founding of the country, such as those committed against the indigenous Native Americans.

America’s “organized crime” directed at different groups of people is a result of its continued refusal to accept the authority of the International Criminal Court over that of the U.S. Armed Forces, despite the fact that the U.S. Army has committed shameful war crimes against humanity throughout its history, and that these crimes fall under the jurisdiction of the ICC, the Geneva Convention and involve other international laws of warfare. However, the U.S. administration continues to view its army and its crimes as being above the scope of what is humanitarian and respect for the human soul.

In 1945, U.S. forces raped Japanese women after the Battle of Okinawa. During the first 10 days of the occupation of Kanagawa Prefecture after the Japanese surrender, American soldiers raped 1,336 Japanese women. Imagine the other cases that were never reported.

During World War II, the U.S bombardment of German, Italian and Japanese cities and civilians by American and British air strikes left 2.5 million civilians dead. The bombing of Berlin led to 800,000 deaths, and the bombing of Dresden left 25,000 dead. In addition, thousands were killed after atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in an effort to compel the Axis countries to surrender.

The history of the U.S. Army is filled with atrocities. One of its blackest moments occurred in the Philippines, where nearly 1.5 million civilians were killed. This is only one of many examples, and doesn’t even touch on U.S. crimes in Korea, Vietnam, Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, Somalia, Yemen, countries in Latin America and elsewhere.

An evil America works to safeguard its interests in specific countries, whether it is due to economic interests such as oil, gas, minerals or raw materials, protection of its corridors and trade passages and international trade routes, or confrontation with other enemies or groups who fight against America. In the Middle East, America intervenes to guarantee Israel’s security.

In addition to this, America wants to maintain land, sea and air bases in all the important locations across the globe so that it may intervene quickly to respond to emergencies where local forces are unable to do so (either by cooperating with a particular country or taking the reins itself).

War crimes committed by U.S. forces in Iraq resulted in disaster, especially for unarmed civilians who suffered the worst of America’s flagrantly criminal acts. These actions were not just war crimes, but a violation of all international humanitarian laws.

The U.S. continues to commit crimes, create discord and divisiveness, and blatantly intervene in Iraq against the interests the Iraqi people. The current administration has not tried to support the Iraqis by protecting their country’s infrastructure, electricity, manufacturing, farming, housing or highways, among other things. Rather, the administration has worked to promote discord and pour fuel on the fire scorching Iraq’s people. America has continued to be a stumbling block by using pressure and continued threats to prevent any effort by the Iraqi government to achieve its goals.

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