torsdag 2 januari 2014

Ny stor global undersökning avslöjar: - USA största hotet mot fred i världen

2014-01-02. En ny stor global undersökning visar att världens folk ser USA som det största hotet mot världsfred. 68 länder fick svara på frågan: - Vilket land i världen är det största hotet mot världsfred idag?

Hotet från USA upplevs som störst i  Mellanöstern och Afrika. Denna region riskerar ständigt  att "fredsbombas", vilket vanligtvis sker efter att västmedia opinionsbildat den naiva delen av flocken, för att glorifiera behovet av nya "fredskrig"  - av humanitära skäl. 

Fredsbombningar sker underligt nog också mestadels i länder med intressanta naturresurser...

US the biggest threat to world peace in 2013 – poll

RT 2014-01-02
The US has been voted as the most significant threat to world peace in a survey across 68 different countries. Anti-American sentiment was not only recorded in antagonistic countries, but also in many allied NATO partners like Turkey and Greece.

A global survey conducted by the Worldwide Independent Network and Gallup at the end of 2013 revealed strong animosity towards the US’s role as the world’s policeman. Citizens across over 60 nations were asked: “Which country do you think is the greatest threat to peace in the world today?”

The US topped the list, with 24 percent of people believing America to be the biggest danger to peace. Pakistan came second, with 8 percent of the vote and was closely followed by China with 6 percent. Afghanistan, Iran, Israel and North Korea came in joint fourth place with 5 percent of the vote.

The threat from the US was rated most highly in the Middle East and North Africa, those areas most recently affected by American military intervention. Moreover, the survey showed that even Americans regard their country as a potential threat with 13 percent of them voting the US could disrupt global status quo.
Latin America expressed mixed feelings towards its northerly neighbor, with Peru, Brazil and Argentina all flagging the US as the most dangerous country.

After its numerous threats of a strike on Iran, many countries voted Israel was the biggest threat to prosperity. Morocco, Lebanon and Iraq all chose Israel as the number one danger to world peace.
In the survey participants were also asked: “If there were no barriers to living in any country of the world, which country would you like to live in?” Despite being the perceived largest threat to world peace, the US still topped the tables by a narrow margin of 9 percent.

In general 2013 saw a drop in approval ratings for the Obama Administration. A poll conducted by the AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research revealed that 50 percent of those asked thought that the political system in the US needed a “complete overhaul.”

In addition, 70 percent of Americans believe the government lacks the ability to make progress on the important problems and issues facing the country in 2014.”

The survey comes two months after the first government shutdown in 17 years in the US which cost the country an estimated $10 billion.

The American government’s credibility was dealt a blow earlier this year when President Obama made a call to strike Syria following a suspected chemical weapons attack by the Syrian government on civilians. The American public and the international community both opposed the action.  

Poll: US seen as biggest threat to world peace

Publicerad den 2 jan 2014
In 2013, Iraq faced its deadliest year since 2008. According to the United Nations, over 7,800 Iraqi civilians were killed in sectarian violence last year. Another 1,000 Iraqis serving as security forces died, bringing the total death count to nearly 9,000.

Much of this violence is leftover from the American-led war that ended in 2011. A Worldwide Independent Network/Gallup poll found that 24 percent of people around the world think the US is the greatest threat to peace in the world today. The runners-up in the poll were Pakistan at 8 percent and China at 6 percent.

Despite these findings, the poll also found that the US tops the list of where people would most like to live. RT's Sam Sacks asks retired Marine Brig. Gen. Dave Reist, vice president of strategy and planning at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, what the US should take away from these numbers, and if its time for the United States to rethink its role as the world's policeman.
Ny stor global undersökning avslöjar: - USA största hotet mot fred i världen

2 kommentarer:

  1. How Zionist Extremists Helped Create Britain’s Surveillance State

    January 1, 2014

    Source: FP

    In World War II's aftermath, MI5 turned to fight a new threat. It wasn't the Soviets. It was bombers from Jerusalem.

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    But MI5's most urgent threat lay not in its diminished resources, nor from its new Soviet enemy. Recently declassified intelligence records reveal that at the end of the war the main priority for MI5 was the threat of terrorism emanating from the Middle East, specifically from the two main Zionist terrorist groups operating in the Mandate of Palestine, which had been placed under British control in 1921. [...]

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    January 02, 2014

    After rejecting an anti-war license plate for being offensive, the state of Michigan defended its decision in court by arguing that it was protecting children by prohibiting an area driver from registering a vanity tag that would have read “WAR SUX.”

    According to a December filing in Grand Rapids federal court, the state asked the judge to throw out a lawsuit that accuses Michigan of violating the plaintiff's First Amendment-protected freedom of speech when it rejected the proposed license plate.

    Ann Arbor, Michigan’s David DeVarti is suing the state with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union. He requested the plate but was denied by the Michigan Secretary of State’s office, which called the lettering offensive.

    In court, the state clarified its position by suggesting the move was made with the best interest of children at heart.

    “Many young children of reading age ride in vehicles and are unwillingly exposed to license plates on other vehicles,” reads the motion to dismiss the suit. “They sometimes amuse themselves by reading or playing games with license plates. And because vehicles often travel in residential neighborhoods, youth may be exposed to license plates from their yards or driveways” [...]



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