New Survey: Americans Afraid of Major War. Whose Fault?

According to a new NBC News survey, some 76 percent of Americans are afraid of being drawn into a major war. That is a ten percent increase from just February. What’s behind this increased fear? The country that Americans feel most threatened by is North Korea, which has a GDP half the size of the US state of Vermont (which has the smallest GDP in the union). Who’s responsible for making Americans so afraid of relatively minor threats? The media? Neocons? Tune in to today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

2 thoughts on “New Survey: Americans Afraid of Major War. Whose Fault?”

  1. It doesn’t matter how manyAmericans fear being drawn into a major war as long as our idiotic Congress and President believe it is America’s duty to reshape the world for our Corporations. They know that if we are drawn into another major war, Americans will feel it is their patriotic duty to support them. Getting into a major war probably would make our leaders more popular.

    When George Bush launched an unjustified war on a country that was no threat to us, committing an act that our own jurists have called it the greatest war crime, which has cost this country over $3 Trillion dollars., killed thousands of innocent civilians and caused American soldiers to suffer terrible casualties, and has created massive instability along with the rise of terrorist movements , and now George Bush basks in his farm in Texas and is hailed as a beloved war time leader. American people are conditioned by our historians and our press to rally around our government as a sacred duty no matter what our government does. And we claim the Russians are trying to destroy our democracy?

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