By Jerry Alatalo
oters in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island can remember what Senator Bernie Sanders says in the following short video about the hidden costs of war before casting their votes on Tuesday. It might help clarify matters if at the same time they recall then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s jubilant “We came, we saw, he died!” in 2011, after Libyan leader Mohammar Gaddafi was killed.
Residents in the five states, whether aware of it or not, will be voting for war with Clinton and peace with Sanders. The Democratic party primaries held tomorrow in CT, DE, MD, PA and RI will help decide if humanity experiences an Earthly future of war or peace. Libya’s Gaddafi was leading a movement to establish a new currency for the people of the African continent, and, according to recently released Clinton emails, was possibly the main reason for his overthrow and assassination.
It wouldn’t be unreasonable to assume that Hillary Clinton’s Goldman Sachs transcripts reference nations around the Earth whose leaders wish to remain or become independent of the U.S./western dollar-dominated financial system. Ms. Clinton, one can imagine, probably assured the people at Goldman Sachs that if she became President military action would be used to force independent-minded nations and their leaders to remain dependent on the dollar; preventing by any means necessary nations’ “breaking the chains”, becoming financially sovereign.
With the world transforming from a unipolar, U.S. dominated to multipolar as the BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa) alliance grows, more nations will, like Libya and nations of Africa, be looking to break away from the western-dominated global financial system, the “only game in town” before BRICS. Herein lies the extreme danger of Hillary Clinton becoming President (Commander-in-Chief) of the United States. The Libyan catastrophe proves she will not hesitate to initiate illegal war over monetary reforms considered by people anywhere on Earth, in particular reforms which result in a nation’s financial independence, its own currency, and sovereignty.
The Middle East region’s people have suffered from wars and violence for far too long. Enough is enough in 2016. Vote for Sanders.
(Thank you to Bernie 2016 at YouTube)