US war law is crystal-clear in letter and intent: no nation can use their military in armed attack unless they are under attack by another nation’s government.
This is the basic history and government lesson that all our families sacrificed to teach us through two world wars. The US is in obvious violating of this essential law, both now and in the US war-murders of 20 to 30 million human beings since World War 2 (further history of unlawful US wars going back to stealing half of Mexico here).
Do you really want peace?
Isn’t it therefore obvious to demand the arrests of obvious US War Criminals of both parties, and the lying sacks of spin in corporate media?
Without arrests, the wars will continue to kill millions, harm billions, and loot trillions of our dollars.
Do you want peace enough to think, speak, and act for the arrests of this obvious criminal class?
The criminal 1% violate the US Constitution in other ways subject to prosecution, and US military are already empowered through their Oath of Enlistment to refuse unlawful orders with officers authorized to arrest those who issue them.
David Wilcock and Benjamin Fulford write about imminent arrests of 1% “leadership” for financial fraud. I hope that this is true and happens. Supporting evidence is major banking resignations from 116 at the beginning of March, to 450 a month ago, and now over 600.
If the arrests David and Ben explain do not happen, I see two alternatives to arrest and remove the 1% criminals. The first is for the easily understood crime of waging unlawful Wars of Aggression. The 99% understand this is what prosecution of Nazi leadership was about.
The other easy alternative is arrests for economic fraud from having debt for what we use for money.
This is more difficult to understand than one war law, and not nearly as understood as a natural lesson from two world wars, but can be understood with a few moment’s attenion: This debt-system creates increasing and unpayable aggregate debt; the fraud is representing this as “good” for the 99%.
The alternative to a national “debt supply” is a debt-free money supply. Monetary and credit reform can be understood with three simple areas of facts taught in basic economics:
- The US does not have a money supply; we have its Orwellian opposite as a debt supply. This is because the US leading banks won legal right through passage of the 1913 Federal Reserve Act to have private banks and the Fed create debt for what we use as money, and then charge the 99% for its use.
- The policy choice of a debt supply compounded with interest causes ever-increasing aggregate debt that can never be repaid. It can’t be repaid because this is what we use for money. The US national debt now pushing $16 trillion has a gross annual interest payment over $400 billion a year; ~$4,000 per US family of $50,000 annual income (if your household earns $100,000, then your gross annual interest payment is ~$8,000 every year).
- Monetary reform creates debt-free money that extinguishes the debt (details here), and allows government to become employer of last resort for infrastructure investment (hard and soft). This creates full-employment, optimal infrastructure, and falling prices because infrastructure historically creates more value to the economy than cost. Credit reform allows for public loans (interest directly pays for public goods/services) as another monetary tool for stable money supply (credit reform details here).