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Rise and Fall of the American Empire : A Re-Interpretation of History, Economics and Philosophy: 1492-2006
by Dr Rocky M. Mirza




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This objective and rigorous re-visiting of the history of the US as the world's super imperialist and "mock" democracy comes at an opportune time. The book explains with logical integrity why the world is finally on the right path when it questions the true motives of Americans for invading Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Grenada, Cuba, Nicaragua, Panama, the Philippines, Mexico, Canada and numerous other countries during its short history as a world power. Those motives, far from being its professed motives of spreading democracy and republican values, are those of a military industrial complex determined to dominate the world and exploit its resources for the benefit of a small minority of Americans who owns the wealth of the US and exerts economic, military and political power in the US. The widely held naivety that the US believes in freedom of the press makes it easy to spread propaganda.

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Overview

This objective and rigorous re-visiting of the history of the US as the world's super imperialist and "mock" democracy comes at an opportune time. The book explains with logical integrity why the world is finally on the right path when it questions the true motives of Americans for invading Iraq, Afghanistan, Vietnam, Cambodia, Grenada, Cuba, Nicaragua, Panama, the Philippines, Mexico, Canada and numerous other countries during its short history as a world power. Those motives, far from being its professed motives of spreading democracy and republican values, are those of a military industrial complex determined to dominate the world and exploit its resources for the benefit of a small minority of Americans who owns the wealth of the US and exerts economic, military and political power in the US. The widely held naivety that the US believes in freedom of the press makes it easy to spread propaganda.


 

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  • ISBN-13: 9781949502503
  • ISBN-10: 1949502503
  • Publisher: Toplink Publishing, LLC
  • Publish Date: August 2018
  • Page Count: 378
  • Dimensions: 11 x 8.5 x 0.78 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.93 pounds


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