This is why I gave up on actually attempting to debate hyper-partisans. Yes, we understand that you hate Communists. We get it.No it was not an example of US forcefully interjecting itself into other's affairs, it was an example of the US Government protecting US citizens who were being threatened by the illegitimate party led by Deputy Prime Minister Bernard Coard who placed the legitimate Prime Minister Bishop under house arrest, instituted military rule and eventually murdered Bishop.
The Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) appealed to the United States, Barbados, and Jamaica for assistance and many of the population of Grenada supported our ousting of an illegitimate ruler who was supported by Communists of Cuba and the Soviet Union.
Invasion of Grenada - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I find it fascinating when the America haters like you think it is right for communists to take over Governments by force but it is wrong for the US to invade to re-institute the legitimate Government and Constitution of this nation and protect its citizens.
Why is that?
Once again your version of events represents the hate America mentality of Leftists who have a blatant disregard of the facts and events surrounding our legitimate invasion of Iraq to enforce resolutions defied by Saddam Hussein for over a decade.
The only thing more fascinating is that the America haters like you think that Saddam Hussein should have been left in power after invading two neighboring nations and defying agreements he had signed in order to remain in power.
America led the coalition to oust Saddam from Kuwait during the Gulf War and the US has always been the nation who provided the most aid, the most force and enforces resolutions which UN nations cannot do themselves.
Under UN resolutions, member states are given the power to enforce UN resolutions and it did not require Frances, Russia’s or China’s blessings to enforce resolutions a decade after they had been defied nor do these resolutions suggest that it requires further action from the UN to enforce those resolutions.
I suggest you read UN resolution 687 in its entirety and specifically enforcement contained item 27 and 678 in its entirety and specifically enforcement contained item #2 and the Joint resolution to go into Iraq so that you can be better informed as to what amounts to LEGAL authority.
UN Resolutions on Iraq
Un resolution 678
Un Resolution 687
UN Security Council resolutions relating to Iraq
Joint Authorization on Iraq
S. J. Res 45 Auhorizing Use of Armed Forces Against Iraq