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The US corporate superstructure conglomerate – including financial interests, the defense industry, oil companies and the media – brazenly manipulate American society, shares Peter Dale Scott, former diplomat, poet and prominent anti-war advocate.

RT:Why do you think such a concept as Democracy is being so grossly misused?

Peter Dale Scott: It is true, especially in the last 15-20 years, that America has used these slogans of democracy and freedom as a way of expanding their sphere of influence in the world.

We have these two foundations, one Democratic, one Republican, doing what the CIA used to do – putting money into other countries’ elections that I think is quite inappropriate.

Yes, I would like to see more democracy and freedom in the world, but it has to be autochthonous, it has to grow out of the country, it is not something you can blast in. In Libya, it was totally pushed from outside.

I think history is going to judge the Libya thing from a very negative assessment, what was done against Gaddafi.

RT: Do you think it’s really idealism or the lack of necessary analysis or consideration on the part of people who make these decisions to throw full US weight behind any particular movement?

PS: The big difference between the British and American invasions in the third world is that the British at least usually knew the languages of the countries they went into, they had a certain degree of knowledge.

American policies are usually dictated by amazing ignorance. In the case of Libya, for example. The idea was that everybody hates Gaddafi and all you have to do is give a little push to a popular uprising and poof! Gaddafi would be gone. The US special forces went to Syria before the Arab Spring to train resistance groups.

I’m hoping that at some point American will get sick and tired of these nasty interventions which blow up in their face. I think most Americans wish they never heard of Iraq.

RT:When you consider US interests in the Middle East region, wouldn’t it be better for the US and Israel to deal with autocratic but predictable regimes, rather than the unpredictable Islamist groups?

PS: American foreign policy is taking a very bad turn since the 9/11/2001 attacks.

The immediate response was to go after all those countries – Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia, Libya and Syria. What do all these countries have in common? At one point all those countries were allied with Russia, the Soviet Union. So it looked like a concerted effort to replace an area of Soviet influence with American influence.

We had a General Wesley Clark who was in Pentagon in 1991 through to 2001. And it was he who told us there was a plan to go after all these countries which we now have seen been implemented. He talked about the window of opportunity: now that the Soviet Union is gone Russia will be too confused to be able to resist so all this should be done quickly.

This is a very sinister play for pure dominance in the world. I don’t think there is much popular support of the American people for this. It was a group of neocons and special cliques. All [American] companies had their interests in global domination. I’m very disappointed that the American people haven’t done more to stop this because it has become dangerous to the world.

RT: The idea of critical thinking is very strong in American journalism, but it easily demonizes countries which oppose the US. Is it the lack of critical thinking in the American media, or the American audience who is taking those things so lightly?

PS: The problem is not a problem of the journalists. There have been a lot of concentration changes in the American media. We’re getting a kind of corporate superstructure to the American society in which the media and the financial interests and the defense industry, and the oil companies are all a part of one huge conglomerate.

It is very important for the future of the globe to have good communications, which means to have good journalism. It is a great problem that the American corporate superstructure of the media is less and less amenable to objective journalism.

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4 Responses to " Americans don't share global domination policies of their leaders "

  1. Shadowhand18 says:

    That is correct not every American citizen share the idea of world domination just like the citizens of Afghanistan, Russia, Iraq, Egypt, Korea, Africa, China, Japan, and every other city, state, and country around the world who do not share this idea as their corrupted officials. Many wars and revolutions are breaking out because the citizens are tired of the endless unprovoked wars started by those who are elected under the disguise as loving caring leaders who only thirst for control, and financial power.

    For those in other countries, America really is a nice place to live, and a wonderful place to start a new life. Unfortunately many of our people here lack knowledge due to manipulated mainstream media, lack of an appropriate education system, racial hate profiling, and a lack of compassion due to years of hate propaganda brainwashing and cult religions (this is not limited to just America).

    Many people here are so unaware of whats going on behind the scenes, they fail to understand who is actually in political position to help them or harm them, and they cannot differentiate between the definitions of Capitalism and Socialism. Again I say this to all countries around the world, THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DO NOT SHARE THE IDEA OF WORLD DOMINATION AS OUR CORRUPTED OFFICIALS OR YOUR VERY OWN CORRUPTED OFFICALS. OVER 90% OF US HERE ONLY WISH FOR PEACE, LOVE, AND WISDOM FOR THE WORLD JUST LIKE THE PEOPLE IN OTHER COUNTRIES WHO WISH FOR THE SAME.

    I will admit this, the American people here seems to be scared and frighten of their government, while in places like Europe, the governments are the ones that realize and understand that the people are the ones who hold the power. Many people here are more concerned about voting for “American Idol”, and watching irrelevant shows like “Jersey Shore” than actually voting for whats in their best interest for building a better future. Even though America have negative qualities here (and by the way every country in the world has them, so do not single out the American people) It is a beautiful place that many around the world would like to visit, just like their are countries that the American people would love to visit.

    In closing, we are all in this together so instead of talking down on each other, or critizing each other based on race, which country is better or financial status, try to understand that WE ARE ALL HUMAN, and as a whole we all need to come together in ending all the petty wars started by power hungry, corrupt individuals (Every country in the world) and come together in love, peace, and wisdom to provide a better future for all of humanity in many lifetimes to come. GoodLuck guys! :-D

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    • :-x Excellent, haVing lived in the U.S for the past 45 years, I had yet to come across a popular news organization who tells it like it is: without pulling any bias punches…I am amazed & both pleased, just got to our outfit because a friend made me aware.Not the New York Times, Not The wasshington post: It mostly Propaganda of the corporate Elites…*Amen congrat to your organization *Well*Done…& ThanK*You…

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  2. Patriot101 says:

    As an American and a veteran I have to applaude “shadowhand 18”. I could not have said it any better. It is very true that most Americans have no desire for war or medling in other countries affairs. The sheeple that listen to our leaders and follow them blindly are the same that have no clue what is happening in the world other than what our comic strip media feeds them. The problem is that so many here are so comfy and concerned with only what happens on the stupid TV that they refuse to want to hear about what really is happening. If you try and open their eyes they look at you as if your insane. So as much as I hate to say it maybe the US needs to be slapped around and put back in its place by Russia and China. Might be the only thing that will wake up the sleeping public. Unfortunately it will be our soldiers that suffer the most.

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  3. jadams9845 says:

    As an American, I can assure you that many of us do not support the policies of our government. Both political parties support three things: the continued destruction of civil liberties, perpetual war and worshiping at the alter of big government. The Dems and GOP are merely two sides of the same coin. The goal for each is to secure power as the master on the US plantation and to them we are nothing more than their slaves.

    As a true libertarian conservative (fidelity to US Constitution, limited government, fiscal and individual responsibility, more power to the states less to the Feds) I can tell you that we are opposed to preemptive wars abroad. It is the neocons who have given us a bad name.

    The policy of perpetual war is part of the overall globalist agenda and the US is the facilitator of that policy. This policy serves three purposes: reducing the population, destroying the nation state and crushing the world economy. It’s all been preplanned.

    America is the battleground and if we don’t win here, then the whole world is lost. Nobody seems to understand our 2nd Constitutional Amendment (the right to bear arms), but this is the one thing above all else that allows us to resist the tyranny of our own government. In the 20th century over 100 million people were killed, most at the hands of their own governments. In all these countries, the possession of firearms was outlawed.

    Thomas Jefferson once said, “I have sworn upon the alter of God eternal hostility to all forms of tyranny over the mind of man”. There are millions of us in America that have taken that same vow.

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