This doctrine is merely a formality. If I had a more relevant way to voice an opinion, I would do so. Let's begin shall we? My view on politics and politicians (mainly politicians) is that of someone who has had nothing his whole life, which could not be nearer to the truth. I find myself questioning everything that seems to be illogical and unreasonable, and one of these obviously unreasonable things is as obvious as it is unreasonable and ridiculous. Politicians in the long run, are in it for themselves, and governments will always be extremely flawed until that changes.
The more books I read, the more I don't see why the people don't just cause an all out revolution. For an example, when an election is held, and a democrat or republican is the victor, are the people voting to decide their future, or are they voting for the person who they think will be the lesser of two idiots? Unfortunately sometimes the larger idiot becomes America's leader. The more news I see on television of Iraq and Afghanistan, I wonder, why are our troops over there? If there is anyone to blame for the events in Iraq and Afghanistan it is the United States government. I'm sure the reader is already familiar with the covert war where Americans used the Afghani militia to fight a covert war against the Soviets in the 1980's. PLOT TWIST: did you know that Osama bin Laden was the leader of the Afghani militia force that inevitably defeated the Soviet invading forces? That's right. The Reagan Administration poured billions of dollars into bin Laden's pockets to fight this battle. Isn't it ironic that he's the very man that tops the FBI's most wanted list? I believe that every American has the right to know about this.
I also believe that war with Iran is inevitable. Iran is the puppet of Russia, just as Israel is the puppet of the United States. How long does the reader really believe it will take before America backs the Israeli's in their war against Palestinians? Who knows, maybe Nostradamus was correct in his revelations. It seems the first part of his writings have already come to pass. The conflict in the middle- east is by far going on without control and supervision. The UN needs to step in and have these affairs settled immediately.
There is so much I could tell the reader, but also so much that the reader will believe, and that is unfortunate. I will update this as soon as more light is shed to the dark depths of the government.