Highlights

Where do I begin? The U.S. military-industrial complex, aided by an army of media whores and an even bigger army of brainwashed citizens, has done more frightening things than we can ever know. Merely listing the ten worst U.S. atrocities would be quite a challenge. However, until I have more time to work on this page, that’s exactly what I’m going to attempt.

And so, for your viewing pleasure, here are my tentative picks for the ten worst U.S. crimes, in chronological order. If you would like to suggest other candidates, please contact me.

  1. Indian Wars
  2. Mexican War
  3. World War I
  4. Dresden
  5. Liberation of Jews
  6. Atomic Bombings
  7. Korea
  8. Iraq
  9. Libya
  10. Gaza

1. Indian Wars ˆ

Christopher Columbus—who was probably a Jew, could be hailed as the king of genocide. He didn’t personally kill as many people as the U.S. or Israel, but he kicked off what may rank as the biggest genocide ever, lasting more than 500 years.

From Alaska to Argentina, there have been too many horrific atrocities to count. One landmark event in the U.S. was the mass execution of 38 Sioux Indians in in Mankato, Minnesota on December 26, 1862. It was performed with blessing of Abraham Lincoln (who many historians believe was a Jew) and ranks as the biggest mass execution in U.S. history.

On December 26, 1862, 38 were hanged in Mankato, Minnesota, with one getting a reprieve, in the largest one-day mass execution in American history.

However, the Indian wars in their entirety were sickening. Equally sickening is the racist Jews’ insistence that they were not genocidal; only God’s chosen people can be victims of genocide. Check out some videos of the Jewish phony philosopher Ayn Rand pissing on Native Americans.

2. Mexican War ˆ

The Mexican-American War (1846-1848) wasn’
t necessarily our sleaziest war. However, it was a landmark event on the road to American empire.

After the U.S. stole Texas from Mexico, the country’s leaders decided they wanted more land. So, they ordered the invasion of Mexico. It was not an honorable affair; an officer named Ulysses Grant wrote in his diary that, if he had any honor, he would have retired from the U.S. military.

In plain English, there was plenty of rape, murder, and execution. Indeed, many soldiers on garrison duty indulged in robbery, rape, and murder merely to alleviate their boredom. 

3. World War I ˆ

Why would I list WWI when WWII was so much worse? In fact, the two wars are very closely connected and are eerily similar. Many historians believe WWI merely paved the way for WWII. Although it is popularly claimed that the Germans started both wars, I agree with those who believe both wars were started by the Jews.

The remarkable thing about WWI is the fact that the U.S. was even involved. Woodrow Wilson campaigned for office under the slogan “He kept us out of war.” After he got (s)elected pResident, the lying asshole let his circle of Jewish advisors persuade him to drag us into what was then the biggest war ever.

The icing on the cake? Wilson was later awarded the Nobel Peace Prize! No big surprise there, as the Nobel racket, like just about everything else, is controlled by the Jews.

On the positive side, WWI saw some exciting advances in the use of lethal gases in warfare. The most celebrated pioneer of gas warfare was Fritz Haber, a Jew.

4. Dresden ˆ

DresdenDresden looked eerily similar to Gaza today. (By Deutsche Fotothek, CC BY-SA 3.0 de, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=7937338)

WWII saw countless atrocities committed by multiple countries, though the Jewish media make sure the Germans get more credit than they deserve.

One of the most shocking war crimes you may have never heard about was the fire-bombing of the picturesque city of Dresden, Germany by British and American planes on February 13-15, 1945. The incendiary bombs the courageous pilots dropped on civilians turned much of the city into a fireball, killing at least 25,000 people. (Some sources say as many as 200,000 people were killed, but 25,000 is a much more acceptable figure for the Jews who control the media.)

Kurt Vonnegut was an American soldier who was taken prisoner by the Germans during the Battle of the Bulge. Did the evil Nazis torture him? No, they locked him up with prisoners of war. Vonnegut was held in an underground cell in a meat packing plant in Dresden, where he survived the carnage. He later wrote about the awful devastation in his novel Slaughterhouse-Five or The Children’s Crusade: A Duty-Dance with Death (1969).

5. Liberation of Jews ˆ

The Jews want people to believe that WWII was all about them. Adolf Hitler had an irrational hatred of Jews which led him to start WWII all by himself. Pure as the driven snow, the Jews were WWII’s most notable victims. In fact, the Holocaust was the worst thing that ever happened, with six million Jews killed in gas chambers.

Believe what you want to believe. I believe the Jews are a bunch of lying assholes who started WWII, then blamed it on the Germans, who they had cruelly exploited for generations. If I could have assassinated pResident Franklin D. Roosevelt in a coup, I would have ordered U.S. troops to not liberate Jews from German labor camps. Nor would I have allowed any stinkin’ Jews to immigrate into the U.S.

Today, the U.S. and Germany are both owned by the Jews, and the misery they inflict on their victims around the world is incalculable.

6. Atomic Bombings ˆ

On August 6 and 9, 1945, the United States detonated two atomic bombs over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, respectively. The bombings killed between 129,000 and 226,000 people, most of whom were civilians.

Some right-wing patriots might huff, “So what?” After all, the most destructive single bombing campaign ever was the fire-bombing of Tokyo, Japan on the night of March 9-10, 1945, which killed an estimated 100,000 civilians and left over one million people homeless. Apparently, Uncle Sam wasn’t humbled by the fire-bombing of Dresden half a year earlier.

Americans laugh Hiroshima and Nagasaki off to this day, claiming the Japanese deserved it, or the atom bomb shortened the war. Using that logic, we could end the war in Ukraine today by simply nuking Russia. We could also prevent a war with China by nuking that country.

If Hiroshima has a silver lining, it lies in the fact that it stripped the U.S. of all pretense of virtue. The war in Europe was over, and Japan was helpless. However, our fearless leaders just had to show off their awesome new power, intimidating countries around the world, notably the Soviet Union—the country we should have helped Germany defeat in the first place.

Of course, the atomic bomb was invented by the Jews. In fact, they invented it at least twice, for the U.S. and the Soviet Union. For good measure, Israel obtained clandestine nuclear weapons as well.

Fire-bombing victimsThe remains of a mother and the child she was carrying when Hiroshima was holocausted. Just joking! This photo was actually taken after the Tokyo fire-bombing.

7. Korea ˆ

The Korean War ranks among America’s sketchiest wars. Most Americans probably view it as a struggle between the democratic South Koreans and the evil communist hordes to the north. Unfortunately, the good guys didn’t prevail, and North Korea survived. Today, it is a nuclear power with one of the world’s looniest governments.

Reality check: After enduring a brutal invasion during World War II, the Korean Peninsula was invaded a second time, with the U.S. occupying South Korea and the Soviet Union occupying North Korea. And if you think the Koreans favored American-style democracy, guess again: according to a 1946 survey, just 14% of Koreans favored capitalism, with 77% preferring socialism or communism.

South Korea was a right-wing dictatorship where tens of thousands of leftists were exterminated through summary executions. Frayed relations between the two Koreas eventually gave way to an invasion by North Korea. South Korea was saved by U.S. intervention, but it wasn’t a picnic. After U.S. troops routed the North Koreans, China joined the fray, once again turning the tide against the U.S.

The humiliated U.S. juggernaut had a trump card—air superiority. General George Stratemeyer ordered U.S. bombers to “destroy every means of communications and every installation, factory, city, and village” in North Korea. More bombs were dropped on North Korea than during the entire World War II Pacific campaign. American forces bombarded North Korea with napalm, incendiary and fragmentary bombs that transformed cities, villages, and farms into ruins. Before the war, Pyongyang had a population of 500,000. When the war ended in 1953, there were just 50,000 inhabitants.

The U.S. was also accused of using biological weapons, though they certainly didn’t rank with bombs in effectiveness.

After communities and industrial sites had been destroyed, U.S. war planes targeted dams, reservoirs, and rice fields, flooding the countryside and destroying North Korea’s food supply. Refugees fleeing towards the relative safety of the south were strafed by war planes and killed as bridges were blown up by retreating South Korean and U.S. troops. The retreating thugs also burned villages as part of their “scorched earth” policy.

Not content to slaughter North Koreans, U.S. troops were present at horrific mass slaughters in South Korea throughout the war. As many as 100,000 South Koreans who were believed to be leftists were murdered by their own armed forces.

The U.S. strategic air commander was General Curtis “Bombs Away” LeMay, who had commanded fire-bombing raids on Japanese cities that killed more civilians than the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Compare to him to Germans who killed far fewer people yet were labeled monsters. LeMay later stated that “over a period of three years or so, we killed off 20% of the population” of North Korea, nearly 1.9 million people.

The war in Vietnam was an apocalyptic event that may have led to the deaths of anywhere from one to three million Vietnamese, most of them civilians. Whether the Korean War was worse is hard to say. The war in Vietnam lasted two decades, while the Korean War occurred over just three years. If it has lasted as long as the Vietnam War, and the rate of casualties remained constant, the final death toll would have been over 12 million in North Korea, with over half a million South Koreans perishing from executions alone.

8. Iraq ˆ

WWII, Korea, and Vietnam were tough acts to follow. How could Iraq possibly compete?

For starters, the U.S. invaded Iraq twice, in 1991 and 2003. The commanders-in-chief were pResidents George W. Bush and his son, George W. Bush, respectively. Between the two invasions, there were enough war crimes to inspire a game show.

The first invasion (the Gulf War) gave us the Highway of Death, a name given to a stretch of highway were Iraqi forces retreating from Kuwait were mercilessly pounded by aerial forces. As many as 2,000 vehicles were destroyed or abandoned.

However, the second invasion (the Iraq War) was in some ways even creepier. It followed on the heels of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a false flag attack that was used to justify a global war on terror. And who could forget the U.S. government’s monumental lie about Iraq harboring weapons of mass destruction?

An estimated 500,000 Iraqi children starved to death even before the invasion, courtesy of harsh U.S. sanctions. Secretary of State Madelein Albright gained notoriety when she callously told media whore Leslie Stahl she thought their deaths were worth it. Albright and Stahl are both Jews, though Albright alter claimed she didn’t even know she was a Jew until she was almost ready to go to a nursing home.

One of the highlights of the Iraq War was the United States’ brazen embrace of torture. (Remember that slut, Jessica Lynch?) And who could forget the five U.S. soldiers who gang-raped a 14-year-old Iraqi girl, then killed her entire family? The U.S. also distinguished itself by burning Iraqis with white phosphorous and littering their neighborhoods with depleted uranium.

Media whore Michael Kelly accompanied U.S. troops during each invasion. On a brighter note, he was killed during the Iraq War, under rather humorous circumstances.

9. Libya ˆ

It lasted less than a year, and the death reportedly didn’t approach 100,000, let alone on million. There were nu nuclear explosions or even fire-bombings (that I know of). So what was so bad about the invasion of Libya?

Let’s start with Libya’s leader, Muammar Gadaffi. He was the most enigmatic leader in Africa and perhaps in the world. Under Gaddafi’s leadership, Libya enjoyed the highest standard of living in Africa. (Some sources say it was tied for first place.) People from neighboring countries flocked to Libya in search of a better life.

It gets better, because Gadaffi’s ambitions knew no bounds. He was planning one of the biggest irrigation projects ever and reportedly wanted to replace French satellites with African communications satellites. A fierce advocate of African unity and strength, Gadaffi wanted to play games with currency, one of many things the U.S. and France weren’t happy about. Gadaffi was also a tireless critic of the U.S. and Israel.

U.S. politicians and media whores continuously demonized Gadaffi in a campaign reminiscent of the rebranding of Adolf Hitler. However, it was apparently the French who orchestrated Gadaffi’s demise. More precisely, it was two French Jews, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and a phony Philosopher named Bernard-Henri Lévy. There were doubtless many other Jews involved, and I don’t know who the head of the octopus was.

U.S. pResident Obama and his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were on board, too. It isn’t clear if the CIA and Israel’s Mossad exploited a rebellion or created a fake rebellion from scratch, but the rest is history. NATO’s de facto commander-in-chief,. Obama made it clear that he would do whatever was necessary to protect innocent Libyans from their tyrannical leader. Libyan was soon invaded and Gadaffi was murdered. End of story?

LOL! Are you kidding? The invasion of Libya was yet another botched Jewmerican operation. Libya became a borderline failed state as thousands of desperate citizens risked their lives to flee the country on rafts, sparking a refugee crisis in Europe. There was other fallout that I won’t discuss here.

But why does Libya rank so high on my list? Part of it was the timing. After WWII, the wars in Korea and Vietnam, and the bloody invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, how could the world stomach another U.S./NATO adventure? The silence was deafening from the U.S. to Africa. Or did the media simply forget to mention any protests against the invasion?

The other factor is Gadaffi. He ranked among my greatest heroes, and his death was a personal blow for me. It still makes me depressed. Rubbing salt in the wound were the rantings of Shillary Clinton and that slimy Jew Sean Penn.

(If JewTube is blocking this video, you can see it here.)

10. Gaza ˆ

As I write this, the death toll is reportedly around 20,000, a far cry from the pile of bodies that littered Hiroshima. Moreover, the main actor is Israel, not the U.S. So, why did I rank Gaza among America’s most horrific war crimes?

First, we must remember that Israel and the U.S. have an incestuous relationship. Israel is a Jewish state, and the U.S. is largely controlled by Jews as well. All of our most recent pResidents have been shameless whores for the Jews, including “Genocide Joe” Biden. Giving Israel billions of dollars when millions of Americans are bleeding and sending two aircraft carriers to the Middle East has to win the Brazen Asshole Award.

Speaking of brazen, what can you say about the slimy Jews who have been carrying out a genocidal campaign for three quarters of a century? While apartheid in South Africa was torpedoed by world opinion, the arrogant Jews just give the world the middle `finger, dismissing their critics as racists when the Jews are the biggest racists on the planet.

The final straw is Gaza’s military power, or lack thereof. It’s a tiny strip of land that has been called an open-air prison (or sewer). It has no navy or fighter planes. It is defended primarily by Hamas, which fights primarily with missiles, drones, and small arms. The Jews shut off Gaza’s food, water, and electricity. One has to wonder if thousands will soon begin dying from malnutrition or disease.

The conflict in Gaza has been a public relations nightmare for Israel. Many foreign governments have criticized the illegitimate terrorist state, with some countries breaking ties with the country. Millions of people continue protesting around the world. Unfortunately, many, if not most, of the protests are phony protests orchestrated by Jews. They make sure the protesters follow their rules and don’t say the wrong things.