From this-<br>http://www.google.com/search?q=The+New+War+On+Terror+by+Noam+Chomsky<br><br>I copied this bit of history-<br><br>"I'll just mention one case is uncontroversial, <br>from the world court and UN security council- <br>I'm talking about the Regan war against Nicaragua, <br>they responded by not bombing Washington <br>but by going to the world court. <br>The US responded with contempt <br><br>It's interesting right? <br>How much we know about all this <br>how much we learn in school <br><br>the US responded to the World Court and Security Council <br>by escalating the war <br>hitting soft targets <br>the mercenary army was supplied with advanced equipment <br><br>This was seen as 'sensible' to left liberal opinion. <br>Human rights watch damned it <br>the whole world did <br>except for Israel and El Salvador. <br><br>The amount of blood and misery poured in and democracy to come out the other end.. <br>Democracy as the US describes, understands the terms, <br>axiomatic, the US elites have the rights to conduct the analysis, when Nicaragua finally succumbed to superpower assault... <br>comentators openly and cheerfully lauded the success of the methods that were adopted and described them accurately. For instance in Time Magazine at the time- <br>"Lauded the success of the methods adopted direct the economy and procecute a long and deadly proxy war until the exausted natives overthrow the unwanted government themselves (man can he stick it) with a cost to us that is minimal leaving the victims with wrecked bridges, sabotaged powerstations and ruined farms thus providing the US candidate with a winning issue ending the impoverishment of the people of Nicaragua." <br><br>NYTimes had a headline in regards to this- <br>Americans united in joy of this outcome.<br><br>[color:red]!sevaS trA</font color=red>
The US has never wanted to be subject to any international entity--that's in large part why the UN is so impotent. Look at its charter and think about the function of the permanent members of the Security Council. Of course the impotence of the UN also serves as a tool to make fun of international agencies that are impotent. A vicious circle with a vengeance (so what if that's over the top). At the same time, the <br>US, and the permanent five as a whole, also want everyone else to be subordinated to "international" authority. So we have our cake, we eat it too, and then we puke it up and have it again.<br><br>
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