By: Juan Reynoso, WTP Activist - email@example.com
Americas must realize that self-scrutiny is not treason. Self-examination is not disloyalty.
Truth and knowledge diffused among the people are necessary for the reclamation and preservation of our Democracy, rights, freedom and liberties.
The U.S. must take responsibility for the exodus and the refugee crises. http://northerntruthseeker.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-truth-about-syrian-refugee-crisis.html
Fellow Americans, our country’s moral responsibly is dead. The roots of these refugee crises are the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Libya and other countries. We know that the Bush and the Obama administration are responsible for this human exodus. Please seek the truth; we are the true source of terrorism, misery and suffering on earth. The wars in the Middle East were planned before the 9/11; George W. Bush control demolitions of the towers were done to get the American people support for the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq. We must acknowledge that the Bush wars are the roots of the crises in these countries which have given rise to this “Human catastrophe” the United States of American military intervention; created this exodus of innocent people that was force to leave their country and seek refuge in the EU. But the response to meet America’s moral responsibility of this crisis created by their greed for power and control of the Middle East oil is only a guilty silence.
Any serious consideration of what lies behind the surge of refugees into Europe leads to the inescapable conclusion that it constitutes not only a tragedy but a crime. More precisely, it is the tragic byproduct of the US criminal policy of aggressive wars and regime change interventions pursued uninterruptedly by the US imperialism, with the aid and complicity of its Western European allies, over the course of nearly a quarter century.
The US, the UK and NATO are responsible for the EU refugee’s crisis. The destruction and the killings by the wars in the Middle East is the root of this problem. We've lost sight of the simple fact that our fellow humans are in dire need of help, having fled death and destruction in their homelands only to face an even more perilous journey into Europe. This refugee crisis was created by us; a huge number of people are continuing to cross the Mediterranean in voyages that have killed more than 2,000 so far this year. We must take responsibility and now is the time to help the people who need it the most.
Enough is enough; our attitudes have to change we must see the human and not the imagined danger that anything is under threat apart from these people's lives, somehow our government has stopped seeing refugees, but they are refugees created by their military actions and tried to deny them the assistance they are legally, and morally, entitled to, is the worst crime against humanity. But it has to end, and end now; it has to end because people are dying in their thousands, because Europe's reputation as a champion of human rights is disintegrating, Obama said that we should take 10,000 refugees, but this it is not enough we must take 250,000 and place 5,000 refugees in each state of this union, we all supported this wars and we must take responsibility for this crime against humanity or we will regret it for the rest of our history. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9RC1Mepk_Sw
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