34 Expanding Corporate-American Wars

America is fighting 32 unprovoked wars of aggression.  

Last edit: Saturday, March 16, 2019

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America wages wars on at least 34 nations who did not attack the U.S.A. 


America is fighting at least 34 unprovoked and avoidable corporate-American wars: economic and military aggression ranging from sanctions to contractors, mercenaries, troops and bombs) in AfghanistanAlgeria, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cuba, Djibouti, Ethiopia, GazaGulf of GuineaIranIraqKuwaitLiberia, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria,  NicaraguaPakistan, Palestine, the PhilippinesSomaliaSouth SudanSyriaTunisiaUgandaUkraine, Venezuelathe West BankYemen and in more than 500 indigenous nations across the Americas.   

None of these nations attacked the United States.

34 plus unnecessary and illegal wars for extraction, exploitation and extortion are not featured on the front pages of mainstream media, but the attacks, invasions, bombs, deaths and destruction continue. 


Human beings in 32 nations are dying because of corporate-American aggression.  .  

At least ten of these nations have seen American bombs destroy their homes, families and livelihoods. Others have been impacted by mercenary troops, hired contractors, political and military attacks, murders, economic espionage and other provocations by the CIA and the Pentagon…. to extract resources, exploit labor or demand extortion.


These unprovoked and avoidable wars include 17 wars on Africa:See the source image


These are examples of ongoing “colonialism” at work…  America and the Fortune 500 continue to extract resources, exploit labor and demand extortion from victim nations on the African Continent…




Corporate-American wars in Algeria, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Gulf of Guinea, Liberia, Libya, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Tunisia, and Uganda…
are unnecessary, counterproductive and insane. 


America continues to fund and arm 10 unnecessary wars in the Middle East:

See the source image









the West Bank

and Yemen.



America remains at war in South-East Asia, in the Philippines.  

And we export sanctions, bombs and wars even closer to home in Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela.

American wars of aggression in Central America, for extraction, exploitation and extortion, have continue for more than 150 years and the residual effects of these wars and dictators installed by the United States continue to drive people North. The dictators, tyrants and kings we have supported all over Central and South America are the reason why people are seeking asylum at our borders.


“At home, militarized police departments allow officers to kill unarmed citizens at will with zero accountability, two weeks paid vacations and get out of jail free cards. And our leaders export this aggression overseas with illegal drones known to kill an average of 50 innocents per strike.”




It is critical that we shut down corporate wars and reinvest in jobs with justice. We can rebuild sustainable infrastructure and restore human resources by choosing peace over war. These are the tasks at hand.


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