Unacceptable Foreign Occupations by US Forces

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Unacceptable Foreign Occupations by US Forces

by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org – Home – Stephen Lendman

Interfering in the internal affairs of other countries is flagrantly illegal under the UN Charter and other international law — that's automatically US constitutional law.

Yet throughout the post-WW II period and earlier, the US repeatedly waged war on nations worldwide by hot and other means.

Its forces occupy most world community countries, including by secret one-sided status of forces (SOFA) agreements — serving its own interests exclusively at the expense of (occupied) host nations and their people.

The presence of US occupying forces abroad assures trouble, including numerous instances of murder, rape, theft, drunken driving, and other crimes.

Local populations also endure unacceptable noise, pollution, environmental destruction, appropriated public land, along with breaches of domestic laws.

Locals lose con
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