America has done things you clearly disapprove of. America has also been on the forefront of foreign aid, disaster assistance around the world, have assisted in preventing genocide in the Balkans, assisted in defeating the axis in WW2, and helped maintain the democracy in South Korea, etc. We have enemies, but we also have friends. Kosovars and Croats cried with happiness for NATO's help with Serbian brutality; Serbs were not so happy. Libyan rebels who wanted democracy cried with happiness for NATO's help. Kadaffi loyalists did not. You look at America and see only ugliness, blind to any good it may have done or people it may have helped saved. That does not tell me you love this country.Just that what america do outside is everything related to hypocrisy, disgustion.
It was really fair to ask for revenge the day of 9/11 and america got it. But tell me one thing. Where those families who lost childrens or parents due to US bombardation all over the africa & middle east will find the justice ??
Extremely graphic footage: Libyan children killed by NATO bombs - YouTube
Libyan Children victims of NATO's bombing against Libya - YouTube
Who will pay for these losts?? Will you americans accept to pay because your president wanted to throw some missiles down there??
Of course not. But think of something. If a man come backs from work and see his house destroyed by your bombs, then see his children and wife dead by a missile, his life is over. He does not have why to leave for anymore. Do not be suprised why that man a day will be a kamikaze. USA make enemies itself. losts of 9/11 in USA is nothing related to what lost africa and muslim world.
In many of the few posts you have made here, you have listed "American atrocities" going all the way back to the 1800's. You rail about the horrors America has wrought on the world without acknowledging any of its accomplishments. That does not tell me that you love this country.
This is the internet. People can pretend to be anyone from anywhere. Whether they will believed, well, that's something else again.