The US media published articles criticizing the US government for inciting war: The world wants peace, but the US resorts to threats of war

2022-05-16 0 By

American workers protested against the administration persuaded war overseas network, March 30 (Reuters) American media workers’ world, local time, 29 published titled “the world needs peace, the United States has to resort to war menace, points out that most of the American people, like others around the world, are worried about crisis escalated and didn’t want to be involved in the war, but the government has repeatedly provocation of the nerve, even resorting to war threats.The article noted that the comments made by the US side in Warsaw on March 26 did nothing to ease fears of war, as the US government has been pursuing policies that subvert other governments around the world.In the past 30 years, the United States has toppled regimes in Panama, Iraq, Afghanistan, Honduras, Libya and Ukraine, and imprisoned or executed many heads of state.More dangerous than the administration’s menacing words are Washington’s shipments of billions of dollars of weapons to Ukraine to use the Ukrainian people as cannon fodder against Russia.Looking back at contemporary history, the article points out that the United States, an imperialist country, first waged a war in Afghanistan for nearly 20 years and then immediately imposed deadly sanctions on the country after its defeat.Billions of dollars have been lost, more than half of the country’s population is suffering from severe food shortages, and more than 1 million children under the age of five are “at risk of death from severe acute malnutrition.”This shows that any “moral” rhetoric from the US government is an inappropriate and deeply hypocritical discourse system.The article said that broader media coverage showed that Washington was the main cause of suffering in Ukraine, “not to mention suffering in much of the rest of the world”.The article called on peace-loving people around the world to be outraged by the U.S. government and that “those in the United States who want to prevent a wider war must mobilize to protest against the words and deeds of the U.S. government.”(Hou Xingchuan, Overseas Network)