All wars are bankers’ wars

Coast Reporter
May 15, 2014 10:36 AM


Here we go again. Another war is brewing in Europe, with the “mad dog” for a government of the U.S. leading the charge.

It is now apparent that we are actually in a new Third World War. The U.S. is actively engaged in wars on all the continents and is busily working on destabilizing other countries who dare to drop the petro dollar. This is the last gasp of a bankrupt and immoral country. Their thirst for never-ending war is tiresome and shocking.

All wars are banker wars. This new one in Ukraine is another one.

Just take a look at what the International Monetary Fund is doing in Ukraine, as it has already done in other countries in Europe. I am angered and embarrassed that our prime minister has leaped into this latest American war.

Whatever happened to Canada’s role as a peace-keeper? We were once admired for this. Mr. Harper, I feel, has changed our peace-keeping status by blindly following the U.S. carte blanche into this new war. I am also angered by his rabid backing of the apartheid state of Israel. What they are doing to the people of Palestine is criminal, yet Harper supports them. I did not vote for this. Whatever happened to diplomacy?

If the psychopaths who run the countries want war, then why don’t they stand in the front of the line to do battle? I feel it is time for everyone to step up and put pressure on our government to step back and support diplomacy, and reinstate our once proud peace-keeping role. We should not follow the morally bankrupt government of the U.S. down the path to war. Harper must go.

Kevin Flynn, Sechelt 

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