The USA, a country created in 1776, has spent 93 % of its existence, i.e. 222 years, involved in wars and conflicts in different countries of the world.
Despite its long history of war crimes, crimes against humanity and human rights violations, Washington does not hesitate to include others on its terrorist list, as it did recently with Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).
In order for the world to judge who the real terrorist is, here is a brief review of some of the crimes committed by the White House since the beginning of the 20th century.
1901: The US occupying forces include in the Constitution of the new Republic of Cuba the infamous Platt Amendment, whereby Washington arrogated to itself the right to intervene in Cuban affairs whenever it saw fit.
1903: The U.S. encourages the creation of Panama, then part of Colombia, and acquires rights to the Panama Canal.
1904: He intervenes in Morocco and the Korean peninsula.
1907: Agrees to control Dominican customs and collect what that country owed U.S. creditors.
1907: Participates in the conflict between Nicaragua and Honduras.
1908: Supports the coup plotters in Nicaragua.
1911: Supports the coup plotters in Honduras.
1912: Invades Nicaragua.
1912: They meddle in the decisions of the various Cuban governments, which, in fact, they manipulate at will under the pretext of protecting U.S. economic interests on the island.
1915: Occupies Haiti.
1916: Occupies the Dominican Republic and remains there until 1924.
1917: Enters World War I.
1918: It was part of the Allied intervention in the Russian Civil War.
1918: In Panama, the Marines occupy the province of Chiriquí.
1919: He intervenes in the internal affairs of Costa Rica.
1924: Invades Honduras to “mediate” in a civil confrontation.
1925: Occupies Panama City.
1945: It bombs the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, when World War II was about to end.
1954: The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) orchestrates the overthrow of the democratically elected government of Jacobo Arbenz in Guatemala.
1948: Supports the creation of the Israeli regime.
1961: Mercenary forces recruited, organized, financed and directed by the United States invade Cuba.
1965: Sends thousands of troops to the Dominican Republic to repress a movement attempting to restore to power the formerly overthrown progressive and democratically elected president Juan Bosch.
1966: He sends weapons, advisors and green berets to Guatemala to implement the so-called counterinsurgency campaign.
1971: The Washington Post confirms that the CIA had attempted to assassinate the leader of the Cuban revolution, Fidel Castro, on several occasions. Years later, as the CIA’s secret documents were declassified, it has been known that attempts are counted by the dozens and plans by the hundreds.
1980: Organizes a military intervention in the desert of Tabas (central Iran).
1981: Starts the “contra” war to eliminate the Sandinista government in Nicaragua.
1986: Launches an air strike against Libya.
1988: He knocks down an Iranian passenger plane (an Airbus A-300) in the Persian Gulf, killing 290 civilians.
1989: He invades Panama to arrest his former protégé, Manuel Noriega. The operation left no less than 3,000 civilian casualties.
1990: He intervenes massively in Nicaragua’s electoral process through covert and public actions. Washington openly consolidated the opposition coalition, although such practices are illegal under U.S. law.
1991: Attacks Iraq in what is called the Gulf War (Persian).
1998: Guided by incomplete or erroneous information, it attacks Sudan.
1999: The United States, at the head of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), bombs Yugoslavia and provokes its disintegration.
2001: Invades Afghanistan.
2003: Invades Iraq.
2011: Libya attacks.
2011: Supports terrorists and armed groups in an attempt to overthrow the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Asad.
2011: Acknowledges its support for the Al Khalifa regime in cracking down on the Barareinese opposition.
2015: Gives the green light to Saudi aggression in Yemen.
2019: Supports the coup plotter Juan Guaidó, head of the National Assembly (AN) – with an opposition majority and declared in contempt in 2016 – who had proclaimed himself interim president of Venezuela.
U.S. interventions, wars and attacks on many other countries in the world – mostly Latinos, Asians and Africans – have caused so much damage and negative consequences that to this day they affect civilians.
The recent military interventions in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Afghanistan under the pretext of liberating the peoples of those countries and restoring democracy have only worsened the situation and paved the way for the emergence of terrorist groups such as ISIS.