WWI Anniversary: 100 Years Of ‘Making World Safe For Democracy’

One hundred years ago today, President Woodrow Wilson went to Congress seeking a declaration of war on Germany. Thus started US involvement in World War One. More than 100,000 Americans were killed, but Wilson assured Americans that it was “worth it.” We were making the world safe for democracy. One hundred years later, the war is still being fought. More on this unhappy anniversary in today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

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  1. Like the original words to Foggy foggy dew… “that small nations might be free”.
    But Irish young men got conscripted into a war for the wealth of their English overlords. Imagine it, people forced to fight for the ‘masters’ who had been very abusive for centuries.

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