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pmoriarty · 2021-05-26 · Original thread
"the history is full of US meddling in democratic process of other nations"

There's an interesting book about this called Overthrow.[1]

[1] - https://www.amazon.com/Overthrow-Americas-Century-Regime-Cha...

pmoriarty · 2020-08-19 · Original thread
To anyone interested in this, I'd highly recommend Stephen Kinzer's Overthrow.[1]

It covers not just this incident, but many others throughout history when the US has overthrown foreign governments.

[1] - https://www.amazon.com/Overthrow-Americas-Century-Regime-Cha...

teh_klev · 2018-04-08 · Original thread
I apologise if this sounds a wee bit snippy but I think you need to read some history books to find out what the US and western friends were getting up to prior to Bush Jr's time in office. Here's a couple of suggestions:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Overthrow-Americas-Century-Regime-C...

https://www.amazon.co.uk/All-Shahs-Men-American-Middle/dp/04...

Have a look for books on the US's covert (and slightly less covert) activities in Central and South America.

harshreality · 2013-08-21 · Original thread
He felt he was sent around the world not to protect his country's freedom or safety, but government and corporate interests.

There's nothing new about that.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Is_a_Racket (by Gen. Smedley Butler)

http://www.amazon.com/Overthrow-Americas-Century-Regime-Chan... (by Stephen Kinzer)

xster · 2012-01-06 · Original thread
Nothing new here... more of the same since many decades. Check http://www.amazon.com/Overthrow-Americas-Century-Regime-Chan... and now Libya and Syria while ignoring the most likely more oppressive US ally Saudi Arabia.

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