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it was in the 1950s that our secretary of state john foster dulles proclaimed our policy, his global ah, we started as a continental empire by clearing out the yeah, native peoples and other foreign forces. then we became and overseas empire by taking islands in various parts of the world. and then after the 2nd world war, we became a global empire. now we are playing on the whole bill. your time with
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the united states has always had a variety of tools to use and it's a tax on other countries economic sanctions are, are often just the beginning. another thing you like to do is place some military pressure on the countries that you're talking about. and there has to be an effort to demonize that country and the leader of that country. ah, particularly in our own press, and in the press of that leaders own country, americans loved to think there were intervening in other countries to overthrow evil people. and if that's true, you have to make the person look evil. in 1951 are bins came to power in guatemala, after being elected by the people in washington, the u. s. president with the dub,
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with all the usual courtesies of a state visit. years ago, i wrote a book about how the united states overthrow the government of guatemala, in 1954 ah, the case of a lot on law. it's a great example of american covert action during the period of the 1950s when covert action was at a paint, the country lost its legitimate government and hundreds of people lost their lives . mm. oh, a with
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see if we all decided to do with them or to pull up on the, on the, on them even though i let them if we want to go with you. so i know at this time a giant american company, the united food company owned a huge amount of land in guatemala. ah, a that way. and they were not you like, it was just being held vacant. while many guatemalans are starving because they
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didn't have land to grow food, i am with the amber gabby i got out of the battle in my own. i mean, we had a lot of both. don't keep that. i you that with medical, i me go on with now all of us here, no one month and then it's a, it's a way for lemme, and get those the recalls. those look well that all of them, when you know what, again, if that is, i don't know, you only, i get an idea. yeah. i'm as you know, but if you look at them, there are also a lift gate. now i let it be. i love looking up in, in so our president our benz on the guatemalan government to create a land reform program. this land reform program would have forced the united food company to sell its unused land. so it could be divided up and given to poor
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families. the united for the company was very unhappy with this. they went to the united states government. the u. s. government then concluded that the socialist orientation of guatemala was dangerous to the united states. rule kasinsky it though, bye or go. i don't where vic was battling and that was the outbound buddha from an thunder head he thought at the medical. yeah. i think i meant it's karen roberts, you can, we're good. we're we're, we're pretty good. all right. yeah. well i don't know yet. this will go ahead, i think, i mean, a month later, civil war broke out. something like 200000 people were killed in that conflict over
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more than 30 years with the info me. but i didn't know at all going that they like etc. so black and a guy old, but a thought was the lateral. it's them out won't be near one. be near samarnie. yeah. then yeah, i got a samantha. yeah. let me check on that. come with me for my go via. mm mm i see you are you scared of the, with the amanda, my thought cn. today,
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they may have been in this video and look at the work if that is that course. other than that, they might not be safe from what is in those seed one bedroom. so see here the okay. like to see how okay so people of florida store them hold might have been there for 3 stages. so the 1st one is with the government that we don't like shows bad faith by bothering an american company . then we convince ourselves that that company is our geopolitical enemy. and then we sell the intervention for as
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humanitarian intervention. we only do it to help them. we don't do anything for ourselves. in fact, we sacrifice ourselves for the good of others. with american involvement in the overthrow of the government of libya, the gun wrote a whole more kodachi was another example that calls on a number of impulses in the american intervention of spirit. ah
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thought of him as a bad leader or one we couldn't control. now he looked like he might be about to carry out of human rights atrocity. so we decided it was time to participate in an operation to overthrow gadhafi. and in that operation, of course, he was killed. so we need it in the short term goal. get rid of gadhafi and depose that government. but then what happened? we didn't have a plan for what was gonna come next. we thought that maybe by magic,
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what we've got to do is identify the threats that we have. it's crazy. even foundation, let it be an arms race group is often very dramatic development only personally and getting to resist. i'll see how that strategy will be successful, very political time. time to sit down and talk with it. how stephen michael point opened up. somebody a more good look in love making film work that and actually how about ah
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need from visual. i'm going to be just saying, i'm a company below what? ah ah ah, i don't know, but because you got a game of a with these wrote a famous history of the peloponnesian wars. what he observes is the
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war or the conflict does not usually break out with the bigger the smaller country, pushing up and pushing up and finally attacking. that's not what happens. it's usually the bigger country that gets worried and then the tax. and you can see this pattern through history, they call it sometimes the facilities crap. and it's dangerous for the future because we, the united states is the power that's been used to being on the top and is now being challenged. not no out of no net leisure mat. let me. yeah. what kind of a lot of b? yeah. we had the jim math, but nobody and any shit at the school. at the last getty hardy's, i live alone. i live medina publish, but that allows the my to at the wasn't the majors. yes. i know a lot of believe b to a to fee for said that yet them fee. huh.
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we believe that we are an exceptional nation. this is a phrase you hear a lot in united states. we call it american exceptionalism. it means that we have a responsibility for the whole world. and we need to make rules for the rest of the world. because without us, there will be chaos. a. with my name is dr. keanu site and i am a white political scientists in 8093 and my country was invaded by the united states and we've been under an illegal and prolonged occupation ever since. i've dedicated my life to not only finding out why the united states invaded my country, but also how to bring the occupation to with
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hawaii was the long term american project. it began with religious missionaries. they left from boston in the 1820, to go to hawaii and lived there to spend the rest of their lives. civilizing the poor savages and barbarians, as we thought, lived in hawaii with this is yolanda palace here in the back row. this was the executive monarchs building hawaii by 18. 93 was already a constitutional monarchy. so it had 3 separate branches of government. it is, which is here, legislative and judicial, which is across the street with
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leader of the white hawaiian actually came to washington to win permission from the president of the united states to overthrow the government of the kingdom of hawaii. he received that permission. he went home, he organized a coup in which the hawaiian kingdom was overthrown. american marines were quickly landed to secure the new white government. and a few years later, hawaii became part of the united states. so this is the place that us marines landed. this road here is where they marked from honolulu harbor and they occupied this location right here when they invaded my country. the whole thing though,
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so we're at right now. this is where cap smith, this is headquarters for the pacific command and it overlooks per harbor. and pro harbor is a naval base for the united states, so it falls under the command structure of the pacific command. ah, what you was taken by the united states were invaded in order for the united states to control per harbor. because of hawaii's location, it's central central in the central pacific. so there's a central location that ships enter. however, ports after disarming, refurbish, leave home ports, re arm and go back fighting
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a little for who it was in the white island by money, by greed and soiled with relation to represent all the things that was happening at 189 and 930. so what we see you rising out of the land out of the ocean, are these giant monsters that are asked to read with documentation of annexation of documentation that basically saying we're right is what we are. we're the inevitable truth and there actually, so it's also again that the high saying that from the newspapers that we're seeing . never huh. we've developed an unusual a view of the world because of our location. we have huge oceans and
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a couple of weak neighbors in mexico and canada. therefore, we've never had to have a foreign policy of clear co operation with others. we've been able because of our power to impose our will on others with what we hear. head of hello pomona charter school, high school level that we're going to be visiting with share with you folks doing a local, i'm gonna turn it over to you in your class. and so if you 43, like we already know, hawaii was, is standing, national, was his nation state, and for 50 years he celebrated 8093. when we know that, oh, the united states of america illegally overthrew. oh, now, how did the united states maintain that power,
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despite having no legal authority on a military? i said military threat of force violence, perhaps weapon, who, how else to maintain power in hawaii or population? we just talked about how me i spent 2 hours a day in traffic was all americans are when i a we are the evidence o d nationalization. where are the evidence of the war crime? we are not the war crimes ourselves. what,
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what you already is an independent country. all that was overthrown any to 93. was our government by the united states, not our country. so our country is still an independent state, but we're not in control of our independence were occupied. no. mm. this book over throw is an attempt to show the times that america over through foreign governments over a long period in the united states, at least in a relative sense, is declining in power in the world. and we can still remain, and i believe will still remain a potent dominant force in the world. but we need to accept that the conditions of past decades don't exist anymore. and we're not used to this. we're not ready for this psychologically. america.


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