Fred på jorden

Hur internationella företag tjänar på krig. Från nyhetsbyrån AJ Plus.

11 åriga Ali från Irak berättar för oss hur USAs demokrati fungerar i verkligheten.

Gaddafi och hans imponerande byggprojekt "The great manmade river".

Amerikanska soldater dödar barn, journalister och andra civila i Irak år 2007.

För att skapa fred på jorden krävs det att vi startar från grunden och ser vilket land och vilka aktörer som ligger bakom dagens krig och konflikter historiskt sett.

 

Företagen som säljer och förser hela världen med vapen måste stoppas!!

 

Vi måste påverka och kräva genom politiken, genom FN, och med fredliga demonstrationer, att dessa företag upphör med deras verksamhet omedelbart!

 

Vi i Naturens Parti kräver en vapenfri värld och omedelbar nedrustning av alla tunga vapen, över hela jorden!

 

Hur skapas terrorism?

 

Om ett utländskt land angriper ditt eget land, och dessa invaderande soldaterna dödade en nära släkting till dig, då skulle detta få dig att hämnas på dessa utländska invaderande soldaterna. Detta är anledningen till all terrorism idag.

 

 

Naturens Parti kräver att inga utländska makter lägger sig i eller påverkar andra länders konflikter, varken militärt eller på något annat sätt.

 

Låt landets egna befolkning lösa sina egna inrikes konflikter på egen hand!

Amerikanska soldater dödar 24 stycken obeväpnade civila Irakier, inklusive kvinnor barn och pensionärer som hämnd:

 

"Haditha-massakern ägde rum i Haditha i västra Irak den 19 november 2005, då upp till 24 civila irakier sköts ihjäl av soldater ur USA:s marinkår, strax efter att en amerikansk soldat dött i en explosion. Till en början försökte den amerikanska militären att dölja händelsen, och hävdade att de civila offren hade dött av samma explosion som dödade den amerikanska soldaten. När händelsen väl uppdagades jämfördes den med Song My-massakern under Vietnamkriget."

 

Källa: https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hadithamassakern

 

 

Amerikanska soldater dödar civila Irakier. Från Dagens Nyheter:

"Massakern ägde rum på Nisour-torget i september 2007 och ledde till enorma protester mot den amerikanska närvaron i Irak. De fyra som nu fälls av en amerikansk distriktsdomstol ingick i en grupp kallad "Raven 23" som anlände till torget i en bepansrad konvoj. Från militärfordonen öppnade de sedan eld mot folkmassan på torget och dödade totalt 14 obeväpnade civila irakier."

 

"Inget av offren var motståndsmän eller innebar något slags hot mot Raven 23:s konvoj", uppgav en officiell källa i samband med domen enligt The Guardian.

 

"Företaget var ett av flera så kallade säkerhetsföretag som i princip arbetat som privatarméer i landet."

"Säkerhetsbolagens styrkor blev dock snabbt ökända för sin brutalitet och benägenhet att öppna eld till synes oprovocerat."

Källa: http://www.dn.se/nyheter/varlden/blackwater-krigare-far-livstids-fangelse/

"Atombomberna över Hiroshima och Nagasaki fälldes av USA. De var de första, och hittills de enda kärnvapen, som använts i krig". "90 000−166 000 respektive 60 000−80 000 människor beräknas ha omkommit i Hiroshima och Nagasaki under de efterföljande två till fyra månaderna som en direkt följd av bomberna. Hälften av dödsfallen i vardera stad skedde det första dygnet. Fortfarande idag, över 70 år senare, dör folk av bombernas effekt då de överlevande i högre grad än genomsnittet drabbas av cancer och lider av för högt blodtryck. De båda städerna Hiroshima och Nagasaki har kommit att bli viktiga symboler mot kärnvapen".

 

Källa: https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atombomberna_över_Hiroshima_och_Nagasaki

En demonstrant mot Amerikas krig i Vietnam erbjuder en Amerikans soldat en blomma i Arlington Virginia, 21:a Oktober 1967.

 

Make love not war!

 

Källa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flower_power

Song My-massakern var ett massmord på 347 till 504 obeväpnade sydvietnamesiska medborgare utfört av amerikanska soldater under Vietnamkriget den 16 mars 1968. Offren var civila och majoriteten av dem var kvinnor och barn.

Alla i byn sköts ned med automatvapen; i flera fall föregicks morden av tortyr, våldtäkt och andra övergrepp. Exakt hur många bybor som omkom är okänt. Uppgifter har gjort gällande att det handlar om mellan 347 och 504 civilpersoner. Enligt USA:s armé dödades 347 vietnameser i massakern (exklusive offren i My Khe). Vietnamesiska myndigheter uppger att 504 människor mördades i byarna My Lai och My Khe.

 

Källa: https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Son_My-massakern

 

The Mỹ Lai Massacre was the Vietnam War mass killing of between 347 and 504 unarmed civilians in South Vietnam on March 16, 1968. It was committed by U.S. Army soldiers from Company C, 1st Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment, 11th Brigade, 23rd (Americal) Infantry Division.

 

Victims included men, women, children, and infants. Some of the women were gang-raped and their bodies mutilated.

 

Twenty-six soldiers were charged with criminal offenses, but only Lieutenant William Calley Jr., a platoon leader in C Company, was convicted. Found guilty of killing 22 villagers, he was originally given a life sentence, but served only three and a half years under house arrest.

 

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Lai_Massacre

Från vänster: Cornelis Vreeswijk, Fred Åkerström och Gösta "Skepparen" Cervin på en anti krigs demonstration mot USAs krig i Vietnam, på Hötorget i Stockholm den 28:e Augusti 1965.

 

Källa: https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornelis_Vreeswijk

"I Natt Jag Drömde Något Som"

Av Cornelis Vreeswijk

 

I natt jag drömde, något som jag aldrig drömt förut.

Jag drömde det var fred på jord, och alla krig var slut.

 

Jag drömde om en jätte sal, där stadsmän satt i rad

Så skrev de på ett konvolut, och reste sig och sa:

 

"Det finns inga soldater mer, det finns inga gevär.

Och ingen känner längre till, det ordet militär"

 

På gatorna gick folk omkring och drog från krog till krog.

Och alla drack varandra till, och dansade och log.

 

I natt jag drömde något som jag aldrig drömt förut.

Jag drömde det var fred på jord och alla krig var slut.

 

Inatt jag drömde något som jag aldrig drömt förut.

Jag drömde det var fred på jord och alla krig var slut!

VAD ÄR ANLEDNINGEN TILL ALLA KRIGEN IDAG?

Internationella företag är ofta rikare än många länder, och etablerar sig i länder efter att ett krig har inträffat i landet, innan kriget uppstod tilläts inte internationella företag att verka inom det drabbade landets gränser, efter att det har varit ett krig tar dom stora internationella företagen över dom viktiga naturresurserna i det krigsdrabbade landet.

Naturens Parti kräver att jordens begränsade naturresurser skyddas i ett permanent värdsvida naturreservat!

USAs inblandning i regeringsbyten:

 

1949 Syrian coup d'état

1949–1953 Albania

1951–56 Tibet

1953 Iranian coup d'état

1954 Guatemalan coup d'état

1956–57 Syria crisis

1957–58 Indonesian coup d'état

1960 Congo coup d'état

1961 Cuba, Bay of Pigs Invasion

1961 Dominican Republic

1963 South Vietnamese coup

1964 Bolivian coup d'état

1964 Brazilian coup d'état

1966 Ghana coup d'état

1971 Bolivian coup d'état

1970–73 Chile

1980 Turkish coup d'état

1979–89 Afghanistan, Operation Cyclone

1981–87 Nicaragua, Contras

1996 Iraq coup attempt

2001 Afghanistan

2011 Libyan civil war

2011–present Syria

 

Källa: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_involvement_in_regime_change

1893 Hawaii. The overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawaii refers to an event of January 17, 1893, in which anti-monarchial elements within the Kingdom of Hawaii, composed largely of American citizens, engineered the overthrow of its native monarch, Queen Lili'uokalani. Hawaii was initially reconstituted as an independent republic, but the ultimate goal of the revolutionaries was the annexation of the islands to the United States, which was finally accomplished in 1898.

 

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1900 China. The Boxer Rebellion was a proto-nationalist movement in China between 1898 and 1901. The US was part of an Eight-Nation Alliance that brought 20,000 armed troops to China, defeated the Imperial Chinese Army, and captured Beijing. The Boxer Protocol of 7 September 1901 ended the uprising.

 

Picture by: Ian Kiu - Albert Herrmann (1935). History and Commercial Atlas of China. Harvard University Press. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_involvement_in_regime_change

1912 Nicaragua, which, after intermittent landings and naval bombardments in the previous decades, was occupied by the U.S. almost continuously from 1912 through 1933.

 

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1916 Dominican Republic, actions in 1903, 1904, and 1914; occupied by the U.S. from 1916–1924.

 

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1941 Panama The United States government used its contacts in the Panama National Guard, which the U.S. had earlier trained, to have the government of Panama overthrown in a bloodless coup. The U.S. had requested that the government of Panama allow it to build over 130 new military installations inside and outside of the Panama Canal Zone, and the government of Panama refused this request at the price suggested by the U.S.

 

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_involvement_in_regime_change

1953 Iranian coup d'état (known in Iran as the 28 Mordad coup) was the overthrow of the democratically elected government of Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mosaddegh on 19 August 1953, orchestrated by the intelligence agencies of the United Kingdom (under the name 'Operation Boot') and the United States (under the name TPAJAX Project). The coup saw the transition of Mohammad-Rezā Shāh Pahlavi from a constitutional monarch to an authoritarian one who relied heavily on United States government support to hold on to power until his own overthrow in February 1979.

 

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1958 Lebanon crisis. The President of the United States, Eisenhower authorized Operation Blue Bat on July 15, 1958. This was the first application of the Eisenhower Doctrine under which the U.S. announced that it would intervene to protect regimes it considered threatened by international communism. The goal of the operation was to bolster the pro-Western Lebanese government of President Camille Chamoun against internal opposition and threats from Syria and Egypt.

 

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1965 Dominican Republic. U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson, convinced of the defeat of the Loyalist forces and fearing the creation of "a second Cuba" on America's doorstep, ordered U.S. forces to restore order. The decision to intervene militarily in the Dominican Republic was Lyndon Johnson's personal decision. All civilian advisers had recommended against immediate intervention hoping that the Loyalist side could bring an end to the civil war.

 

President Johnson took the advice of his Ambassador in Santo Domingo, W. Tapley Bennett, who suggested that the US interpose its forces between the rebels and those of the junta, thereby effecting a cease-fire. Chief of Staff General Wheeler told a subordinate: "Your unannounced mission is to prevent the Dominican Republic from going Communist." A fleet of 41 vessels was sent to blockade the island, and an invasion was launched. Ultimately, 42,000 soldiers and marines were ordered to the Dominican Republic.

 

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1979-1989 Afghanistan. In what was known as "Operation Cyclone," the U.S. government secretly provided weapons and funding for the Mujahadin Islamic guerillas of Afghanistan fighting to overthrow the Afghan government and the Soviet military forces that supported it. Supplies were channeled through the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) of Pakistan. Although Operation Cyclone officially ended in 1989 with the withdrawal of Soviet troops from Afghanistan, U.S. government funding for the Mujahadin continued through 1992.

 

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1983 Grenada. In what the U.S. government called Operation Urgent Fury, the U.S. military invaded the tiny island nation of Grenada to remove the Marxist government of Grenada that the Reagan Administration found objectionable. The United Nations General Assembly called the U.S. invasion "a flagrant violation of international law" but a similar resolution widely supported in the United Nations Security Council was vetoed by the U.S.

 

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1991 Kuwait - The Persian Gulf War (2 August 1990 – 28 February 1991), codenamed Operation Desert Storm (17 January 1991 – 28 February 1991) commonly referred to as simply the Gulf War, was a war waged by a UN-authorized coalition force from 34 nations led by the United States, against Iraq in response to Iraq's invasion and annexation of Kuwait. The U.S. led coalition repelled the Iraqi forces from Kuwait and returned the emir into power.

 

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1994-2003 Iraq. The CIA launched DBACHILLES, a coup d'état operation against the Iraqi government, recruiting Ayad Allawi, who headed the Iraqi National Accord, a network of Iraqis who opposed the Saddam Hussein government, as part of the operation. The network included Iraqi military and intelligence officers but was penetrated by people loyal to the Iraqi government. Also using Ayad Allawi and his network, the CIA directed a government sabotage and bombing campaign in Baghdad between 1992 and 1995, against targets that—according to the Iraqi government at the time—killed many civilians including people in a crowded movie theater.

 

The CIA bombing campaign may have been merely a test of the operational capacity of the CIA's network of assets on the ground and not intended to be the launch of the coup strike itself. The coup was unsuccessful, but Ayad Allawi was later installed as prime minister of Iraq by the Iraq Interim Governing Council, which had been created by the U.S.-led coalition following the invasion and occupation of Iraq. In 1998 the U.S. enacted the "Iraq Liberation Act," which states, in part, that "It should be the policy of the United States to support efforts to remove the regime headed by Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq," and appropriated funds for U.S. aid "to the Iraqi democratic opposition organizations."

 

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2006-2007 Palestinian territories. In the Fatah-Hamas conflict, the U.S. government pressured the Fatah faction of the Palestinian leadership to topple the Hamas government of Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh. The Bush Administration was displeased with the government that the majority of the Palestinian people elected in the January Palestinian legislative election of 2006. The U.S. government set up a secret training and armaments program that received tens of millions of dollars in Congressional funding, but also, like in the Iran-contra scandal, a more secret Congress-circumventing source of funding for Fatah to launch a bloody war against the Haniyeh government. The war was brutal, with many casualties and with Fatah kidnapping and torturing civilian leaders of Hamas, sometimes in front of their own families, and setting fire to a university in Gaza. When the government of Saudi Arabia attempted to negotiate a truce between the sides so as to avoid a wide-scale Palestinian civil war, the U.S. government pressured Fatah to reject the Saudi plan and to continue the effort to topple the Faniyeh government. Ultimately, the Faniyeh government was prevented from ruling over all of the Palestinian territories, with Hamas retreating to the Gaza strip and Fatah retreating to the West Bank.

 

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Naturens Parti är ett svenskt politiskt parti. Vi arbetar för att stoppa företagen som förstör våran gemensamma planet!

 

Genom att stoppa all handel med varor som producerats på regnskogsmark, tex: Sojabönor och nötkött från Brasilien, Ceylon te från Sri Lanka och palmolja från Borneo, så hinner vi rädda våra sista regnskogar!!

 

Naturens Parti är det enda partiet som verkligen kämpar för att rädda planeten på riktigt, genom att stoppa företagens överproduktion. Vi har dom lösningarna som krävs för att stoppa miljöförstörningen och slöseriet med våra sista naturresurser, samt alla giftiga utsläpp som företagen orsakar på våran ömtåliga planet, varje dag!!!

 

Kontakt:

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United States involvement in regime change has entailed both overt and covert actions aimed at altering, replacing, or preserving foreign governments.

 

In the latter half of the 19th century, the U.S. government undertook regime change actions mainly in Latin America and the southwest Pacific, and included the Mexican-American, Spanish-American and Philippine-American wars.

 

At the onset of the 20th century the United States shaped or installed friendly governments in many countries including Panama, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic.

 

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_involvement_in_regime_change

1899 Philippines, the Philippine–American War was part of a series of conflicts in the Philippine struggle for independence against United States occupation. Fighting erupted between U.S. and Filipino revolutionary forces on February 4, 1899, and quickly escalated into the 1899 Battle of Manila. On June 2, 1899, the First Philippine Republic officially declared war against the United States. The war officially ended on July 4, 1902.

 

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1903 Panama. In 1903, Panama seceded from the Republic of Colombia, backed by the U.S. government, amidst the Thousand Days' War. The Panama Canal was under construction by then, and the Panama Canal Zone, under United States sovereignty, was then created. The zone was transferred to Panama in 2000.

 

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1915 Haiti. Haiti was occupied by the U.S. from 1915–1934, which led to the creation of a new Haitian constitution in 1917 that instituted changes that included an end to the prior ban on land ownership by non-Haitians. Including the First and Second Caco Wars.

 

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1918 Russia. The Allies intervened in the Russian Civil War. About 250,000 foreign troops entered Russia during the Russian civil war fought by the White Army against the new Soviet government. Western and imperial Japan government forces included 13,000 American troops invading through Arkhangelsk and Vladivostok, whose mission after the end of World War I was to topple the Soviet government.

 

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South Korea 1945-1950 As the Empire of Japan surrendered in August 1945, under the leadership of Lyuh Woon-Hyung committees throughout Korea formed to coordinate transition to Korean independence. On August 28, 1945 these committees formed the temporary national government of Korea, naming it the People's Republic of Korea (PRK) a couple of weeks later.On September 8, 1945, the United States government landed forces in Korea and thereafter established the United States Army Military Government in Korea (USAMGK) to govern Korea south of the 38th Parallel. The USAMGK staffed the governing administration with Japanese governors and many other Japanese officials who had been part of the brutal Japanese imperial colonial government and with Koreans who had collaborated with it, which made the government unpopular and engendered popular resistance. USAMGK refused to recognize the PRK government, which had been formed to self-govern the country, and the Provisional Government of the Republic of Korea, which had been based in China during WWII and had fought against the Japanese, and then the USAMGK by military decree outlawed the PRK government. In October 1948, USAMGK sent units to attack Koreans who were seeking Korean independence, and carried out several mass atrocities, including the killing hundreds of Korean civilians on Jeju Island who were suspected of supporting those in favor of independence.

 

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1954 Guatemala In a CIA operation code named Operation PBSUCCESS, the U.S. government executed a coup d'état that was successful in overthrowing the democratically-elected government of President Jacobo Árbenz and installed the first of a line of brutal right-wing dictators in its place. The perceived success of the operation made it a model for future CIA operations because the CIA lied to the president of the United States when briefing him regarding the number of casualties.

 

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1961 Cuba Bay of Pigs Invasion The CIA orchestrated a force composed of CIA-trained Cuban exiles to invade Cuba with support and encouragement from the US government, in an attempt to overthrow the Cuban government of Fidel Castro. The invasion was launched in April 1961, three months after John F. Kennedy assumed the presidency in the United States. The Cuban armed forces, trained and equipped by Eastern Bloc nations, defeated the invading combatants within three days.

 

1960s. Operation MONGOOSE was a US government effort to overthrow the government of Cuba. The operation included economic warfare, including an embargo against Cuba, “to induce failure of the Communist regime to supply Cuba's economic needs,” a diplomatic initiative to isolate Cuba, and psychological operations “to turn the peoples' resentment increasingly against the regime.” The economic warfare prong of the operation also included the infiltration by the CIA of operatives to carry out many acts of sabotage against civilian targets, such as a railway bridge, a molasses storage facilities, an electric power plant, and the sugar harvest, notwithstanding Cuba’s repeated requests to the United States government to cease its terrorist operations. In addition, the CIA orchestrated a number of assassination attempts against Fidel Castro, head of government of Cuba, including attempts that entailed CIA collaboration with the American mafia.

 

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1973 Chilean coup d'état was the overthrow of democratically elected President Salvador Allende by the Chilean armed forces and national police. This followed an extended period of social and political unrest between the right dominated Congress of Chile and Allende, as well as economic warfare ordered by US President Richard Nixon. The regime of Augusto Pinochet that followed is notable for having, by conservative estimates, disappeared some 3200 political dissidents, imprisoned 30,000 (many of whom were tortured), and forced some 200,000 Chileans into exile. The CIA, through Project FUBELT (also known as Track II), worked to secretly engineer the conditions for the coup. The US initially denied any involvement, and though many relevant documents have been declassified in the decades since, a US president has yet to issue any apology for the incident.

As a prelude, see the 1970 assassination of the Commander-in-Chief of the Chilean Army, Rene Schneider.

 

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Destabilizing Nicaragua 1982-1989. The U.S. government attempted to topple the government of Nicaragua by secretly arming, training and funding the Contras, a terrorist group based in Honduras that was created to sabotage Nicaragua and to destabilize the Nicaraguan government. As part of the training, the CIA distributed a detailed "terror manual" entitled "Psychological Operations in Guerrilla War," which instructed the Contras, among other things, on how to blow up public buildings, to assassinate judges, to create martyrs, and to blackmail ordinary citizens.

 

In addition to orchestrating the Contras, the U.S. government also blew up bridges and mined Corinto harbor, causing the sinking of several civilian Nicaraguan and foreign ships and many civilian deaths. After the Boland Amendment made it illegal for the U.S. government to provide funding for Contra activities, the administration of President Reagan secretly sold arms to the Iranian government to fund a secret U.S. government apparatus that continued illegally to fund the Contras, in what became known as the Iran-Contra affair. The U.S. continued to arm and train the Contras even after the Sandanista government of Nicaragua won the elections of 1984.

 

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1989 Panama. In December 1989, in a military operation code-named Operation Just Cause, the U.S. invaded Panama. President George H. W. Bush launched the war ten years after the Torrijos–Carter Treaties were ratified to transfer control of the Panama Canal from the United States to Panama by the year 2000.

 

The U.S. deposed de facto Panamanian leader, general, and dictator Manuel Noriega and brought him to the United States, president-elect Guillermo Endara was sworn into office, and the Panamanian Defense Force was dissolved.

 

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1991 Haiti. Eight months after what was widely reckoned as the first honest election held in Haiti, the newly elected President Jean-Bertrand Aristide was deposed by the Haitian army. It is alleged by some that the CIA "paid key members of the coup regime forces, identified as drug traffickers, for information from the mid-1980s at least until the coup." Coup leaders Cédras and François had received military training in the United States.

 

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2011 Libya. The US was part of a multi-state coalition that began a military intervention in Libya to implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973, which was taken in response to events during the Libyan Civil War,[91] and military operations began, with US and British naval forces firing over 110 Tomahawk cruise missiles,[92] the French and British Air Forces[93] undertaking sorties across Libya and a naval blockade by Coalition forces.[94] Air strikes against Libyan Army tanks and vehicles by French jets were since confirmed.

 

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2005-present Syria. Starting in 2005, the US government launched a policy of regime change against the Syrian government by funding Syrian opposition groups working to topple the Syrian government, attempting to block foreign direct investment in Syria, attempting to frustrate Syrian government efforts at economic reform and prosperity and thus legitimacy for the regime, and getting other governments diplomatically to isolate Syria. The Obama administration starting in 2009 continued such policies while taking steps toward diplomatic engagement with the Syrian government and denying that it was engaging in regime change. After the outbreak of the Syrian civil war, the U.S. government called on Syrian President Bashar Al Assad to “step aside” and imposed an oil embargo against the Syrian government to bring it to its knees. Starting in 2013, the U.S. also provided training, weapons and cash to Syrian Islamic and secular insurgents fighting to topple the Syrian government.

On the 30th March 2017, Ambassador Nikki Haley told a group of reporters that the US's priority in Syria was no longer on "getting Assad out."

 

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