"Americans have a great comfort level for living in debt. Their desire for conspicuous consumption means that Americans will fall for marketing ploys to "buy now -- pay later". Everything from household furniture to wars are financed in this manner from the lowest citizen to the President of the United States. Wars of conquest are fought on credit, presumably to be paid for by some future generation of Americans."
"The recent videotape of the purported beheading of the U.S. citizen Mr. Berg leads to more questions than answers in these troubled times of the rise of U.S. fascism in the Muslim world. Having abandoned its largely successful fascist policies in Latin America, our "backyard", the U.S. government and military now purports to be the world's king in the Muslim world, through its rampant support of the fascist Israeli government and its invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, among other examples."