“In early October, U.S. officials accused Iranian operatives of planning to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s ambassador to the United States on American soil. Iran denied the charges, but the episode has already managed to increase tensions between Washington and Tehran. Although the Obama administration has not publicly threatened to retaliate with military force, the allegations have underscored the real and growing risk that the two sides could go to war sometime soon — particularly over Iran’s advancing nuclear program.
For several years now, starting long before this episode, American pundits and policymakers have been debating whether the United States should attack Iran and attempt to eliminate its nuclear facilities. Proponents of a strike have argued that the only thing worse than military action against Iran would be an Iran armed with nuclear weapons. Critics, meanwhile, have warned that such a raid would likely fail and, even if it succeeded, would spark a full-fledged war and a global economic crisis. They have urged the United States to rely on nonmilitary options, such as diplomacy, sanctions, and covert operations, to prevent Iran from acquiring a bomb. Fearing the costs of a bombing campaign, most critics maintain that if these other tactics fail to impede Tehran’s progress, the United States should simply learn to live with a nuclear Iran. “
“The Founding Fathers of this country knew that government was a necessary evil. They also knew that servants with power can easily become tyrannical masters. Therefore, the best way to keep government under control was to keep it as small as possible.
So, in order to keep the government in check, they created the division of powers to make it difficult for members of government to agree on anything, particularly on ways to screw Us the People. That explains why they created an anti-government manifesto and called it the Constitution. It seems, however, that after so many years of acting as an insurmountable obstacle in the Council of Foreign Relations conspirators’ plans to destroy this country, they have reached the conclusion that we need to get rid of the old Constitution and write a new one more in tune with present times.
In a recent article published in his CNNworld blog, CFR stooge Fareed Zakaria just expressed his masters’ opinion that the U.S. Constitution does not reflect the new times in America and needs to be updated. According to Zakaria, the Constitution does not need a radical change, but just a few revisions”
Via Alt Market