What Can the Future Expect from the USA Which Honours Bellicose Roman Fascism, Illuminati Communism, and Is Governed by the London City and Has Waged 329 Wars in 241 Years?


As I have so often written, the United States was founded by Masons – even Illuminati, like Benjamin Franklin. The command of Masonic lodges worldwide was taken over by Adam Weishaupt / Mayer Amschel Rothschilds Illuminati at the Wilhelmsbad Congress in 1781. Many US presidents are/have been Masons like  Obama and Trump –  and de factothe others, too. The Bush presidents were Skull and Bones men .

Below is a photo from the US House of Representatives. Notice the ancient Roman fasces on both sides of the Rostrum. Also note the axes: symbol of war and military aggressive authority. On the right is the seal of the US Senate – also with 2 fasces. But why is the Jacobinite cap included? It symbolizes the  bloody and satanic  French Revolution,  initiated by the Jacobins – first named Club Breton. Ite was founded by Count de Mirabeau – one of Adam Weishaupt / Mayer Amschel Rothschilds Illuminati pupils.

Today the US senate honours this symbol. In his “Final Warning”, David Allen Rivera writes:  Count de Mirabeau introduced Illuminati principles at the Paris Masonic Lodge of the Amis Reunis
Bode (Weishaupt´s successor) went to France to further the goals of the Illuminati in France. He operated out of the Lodge of the Amis Reunis.

During the first two years of the French Revolution, which started in April, 1789, the Illuminati had infiltrated the Masonic Lodges to such an extent, that they had ceased operation, and instead rallied under the name,”The French Revolutionary Club“. The most famous fraction of this club was the Jacobine Club founded by Count de Mirabeau.  The Illuminati controlled the Club, and were directly responsible for fermenting the activities which developed into the French Revolution.

In the playing out of a plan which called for the population to be cut down by one-third to one-half, over 300,000 people died, including the execution of King Louis and his family.
In August, 1792, after the overthrow of the government, the tri-colored banner was replaced by the red flag of social revolution, while the cry “Liberty, Equality, Fraternity!” reverberated. Those who responded with the proper Masonic handsigns, had their lives spared. The Jacobins controlled the National Assembly, and for all intents and purposes, Mirabeau became France´s leader.

In true Democratic spirit, he said: “We must flatter the people by gratuitous justice, promise them a great diminution in taxes and a more equal division, more extension in fortunes, and less humiliation. These fantasies will fanaticize the people, who will flatten all resistance.”

Thomas Jefferson, who served as minister to France for three years (1785-89) and who wrote the US Constitution and became president, described the events as
so beautiful a revolution”  and said that he hoped it would sweep the world.

Rothschild agent, US Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton said that Jefferson helped start the French Revolution, and wrote in a letter to a friend, dated May 26, 1792, that “Jefferson drank freely of the French philosophy, in religion, in science, in politics. He came from France in the moment of fermentation, which he had a share in inciting”.

Jefferson wrote to Brissot de Warville in Philadelphia, in a letter dated May 8, 1793, that he was “eternally attached to the principles of the French Revolution”.

It is interesting to note, that during the Communist revolution, Nikolai Lenin said: “We, the Bolsheviks, are the Jacobins of the Twentieth Century”.

This miserable philosophy spread to America. In 1785 Clinton Roosevelt (the ancestor of Franklin D. Roosevelt) wrote a book called Science of Government Founded on Natural Law, in which he referred to himself and other members as the “enlightened ones” and said that the U.S. Constitution was a “leaky vessel” which was “hastily put together when we left the British flag” and therefore needed revision.Pres. Washington was pleased that the Illuminati philosophy had spread to the USA but warned against its revolution.

Though a glance at the 1-Dollar note, Americans are every day being reminded of their task in life by looking at the dollar note: To conclude the great task of finishing Rothschild´s  grand building: His one-world government. The Great Seal of the US shown here was a gift to the New World from Illuminatus founder Mayer Amschel Rothschild. Novus Ordo Seclorum means the New Order of the World: Only the capstone with Horus/Luzifer´s all seeing eye  (referring to the “Moloch/Baal mystery of Babylon“) has to be brought into place.  


Bearing this in and the following list of the 329 wars the US has been in in mind – we should ask  ourselvers:

The following list from Wikipedia shows that the US has fought 329 wars in its existence since 1776 – in addition to the innumerable wars with native Indians whose land the colonists and the USA stole, relocating the surviving Indians in reservations . Here is a very long list of massacres on native Indians by Spanish, English, Ducth and French colonial powers and colonista as well as the US.

This timeline of United States government military operations is based on Committee on International Relations (now known as the House Committee on Foreign Affairs). Dates show the years in which U.S. government military units participated. Items in bold are the U.S. government wars most often considered to be major conflicts by historians and the general public. Note that instances where the U.S. government gave aid alone, with no military personnel involvement, are excluded, as are Central Intelligence Agency operations.

Extraterritorial and major domestic deployments.
To this come innumerable wars with indians whom the US deprived of their lands and relocated at will

Portions of this list are from the Congressional Research Service report RL30172.[1]

1775–1783: American Revolutionary War: an armed struggle for secession from the British Empire by the Thirteen Colonies that would subsequently become the United States.

1776–1777: Second Cherokee War: a series of armed conflicts when the Cherokee fought to prevent the encroachment of American settlers into eastern Tennessee and eastern Kentucky; under British rule, this land had been preserved as native territory.

1776–1794: Cherokee–American wars: a continuation of the Second Cherokee War that included a larger number of native tribes attempt to halt the expansion of settlers into Kentucky and Tennessee

1785–1795: Northwest Indian War: a series of battles with various native tribes in present-day Ohio. The goal of the campaign was to affirm American sovereignty over the region and to create increased opportunities for settlement.

1786–1787: Shays’ Rebellion: a Western Massachusetts debtor’s revolt over a credit squeeze that had financially devastated many farmers. The federal government was fiscally unable to raise an army to assist the state militia in combating the uprising; the weakness of the national government bolstered the arguments in favor of replacing the Articles of Confederation with an updated governmental framework.

1791–1794: Whiskey Rebellion: a series of protests against the institution of a federal tax on the distillation of spirits as a revenue source for repaying the nation’s war bonds. The revolt was centered upon southwestern Pennsylvania, although violence occurred throughout the Trans-Appalachian region.

1798–1800: Quasi-War: an undeclared naval war with France over American default on its war debt. An additional mitigating factor was the continuation of American trade with Britain, with whom their former French allies were at war. This contest included land actions, such as that in the Dominican Republic city of Puerto Plata, where U.S. Marines captured a French vessel under the guns of the forts. Congress authorized military action through a series of statutes.[1]

1799–1800: Fries’ Rebellion: a string of protests against the enactment of new real estate taxes to pay for the Quasi-War. Hostilities were concentrated in the communities of the Pennsylvania Dutch.

1801–1805: First Barbary War: a series of naval battles in the Mediterranean against the Kingdom of Tripoli, a quasi-independent state of the Ottoman Empire. Action was in response to the capture of numerous American ships by the infamous Barbary pirates. The federal government rejected the Tripolitan request for an annual tribute to guarantee safe passage, and an American naval blockade ensued. After the seizure of the USS Philadelphia, American forces under William Eaton invaded coastal cities. A peace treaty resulted in the payment of a ransom for the return of captured American soldiers and only temporarily eased hostilities.[1]

1806: Action in Spanish Mexico: The platoon under Captain Zebulon Pike invaded Spanish territory at the headwaters of the Rio Grande on orders from General James Wilkinson. He was made prisoner without resistance at a fort he constructed in present-day Colorado, taken to Mexico, and later released after seizure of his papers.[RL30172]

1806–1810: Action in the Gulf of Mexico: American gunboats operated from New Orleans against Spanish and French privateers off the Mississippi Delta, chiefly under Captain John Shaw and Master Commandant David Porter.[1]

1810: West Florida (Spanish territory): Governor William C. C. Claiborne of Louisiana, on orders of President James Madison, occupied with troops territory in dispute east of the Mississippi as far as the Pearl River, later the eastern boundary of Louisiana. He was authorized to seize as far east as the Perdido River.[RL30172]

1812: Amelia Island and other parts of east Florida, then under Spain: Temporary possession was authorized by President James Madison and by Congress, to prevent occupation by any other power; but possession was obtained by General George Mathews in so irregular a manner that his measures were disavowed by the President.[RL30172]

1812–1815: War of 1812: On June 18, 1812, the United States declared war against the United Kingdom. Among the issues leading to the war were British impressment of American sailors into the Royal Navy, interception of neutral ships and blockades of the United States during British hostilities with France. [RL30172]

1815:Battle of New Orleans: On January 15, 1815, General Andrew Jackson went to New Orleans to stop the British from attacking them from the back. They hide and start shooting the British and win,even though the war of 1812 already ended. But it did boost Americans pride.

1813: West Florida (Spanish territory): On authority given by Congress, General Wilkinson seized Mobile Bay in April with 600 soldiers. A small Spanish garrison gave way. Thus U.S. troops advanced into disputed territory to the Perdido River, as projected in 1810. No fighting.[RL30172]

1813–1814: Marquesas Islands (French Polynesia): U.S. forces built a fort on the island of Nuku Hiva to protect three prize ships which had been captured from the British.[RL30172]

1814: Spanish Florida: General Andrew Jackson took Pensacola and drove out the British forces.[RL30172]

1814–1825: Caribbean: Engagements between pirates and American ships or squadrons took place repeatedly especially ashore and offshore about Cuba, Puerto Rico, Santo Domingo, and Yucatán. Three thousand pirate attacks on merchantmen were reported between 1815 and 1823. In 1822, Commodore James Biddle employed a squadron of two frigates, four sloops of war, two brigs, four schooners, and two gunboats in the West Indies.[RL30172]

1815: Algiers: The Second Barbary War was declared against the United States by the Dey of Algiers of the Barbary states, an act not reciprocated by the United States. Congress did authorize a military expedition by statute. A large fleet under Captain Stephen Decatur attacked Algiers and obtained indemnities.[RL30172]

1815: Tripoli: After securing an agreement from Algiers, Captain Decatur demonstrated with his squadron at Tunis and Tripoli, where he secured indemnities for offenses during the War of 1812.[RL30172]

1816: Spanish Florida: United States forces destroyed Negro Fort, which harbored fugitive slaves making raids into United States territory.[RL30172]

1816–1818: Spanish Florida – First Seminole War: The Seminole Indians, whose area was a haven for escaped slaves and border ruffians, were attacked by troops under General Jackson and General Edmund P. Gaines and pursued into northern Florida. Spanish posts were attacked and occupied, British citizens executed. In 1819 the Floridas were ceded to the United States.[RL30172]

1817: Amelia Island (Spanish territory off Florida): Under orders of President James Monroe, United States forces landed and expelled a group of smugglers, adventurers, and freebooters. This episode in Florida’s history became known as the Amelia Island Affair.[RL30172]

1818: Oregon: The USS Ontario dispatched from Washington, which made a landing at the mouth of the Columbia River to assert US claims. Britain had conceded sovereignty but Russia and Spain asserted claims to the area.[RL30172] Subsequently, American and British claims to the Oregon Country were resolved with the Oregon Treaty of 1846.[RL30172]

1820–1823: Africa: Naval units raided the slave traffic pursuant to the 1819 act of Congress. [RL30172][Slave Traffic]

1822: Cuba: United States naval forces suppressing piracy landed on the northwest coast of Cuba and burned a pirate station.[RL30172]

1823: Cuba: Brief landings in pursuit of pirates occurred April 8 near Escondido; April 16 near Cayo Blanco; July 11 at Siquapa Bay; July 21 at Cape Cruz; and October 23 at Camrioca.[RL30172]

1824: Cuba: In October the USS Porpoise landed sailors near Matanzas in pursuit of pirates. This was during the cruise authorized in 1822.[RL30172]

1824: Puerto Rico (Spanish territory): Commodore David Porter with a landing party attacked the town of Fajardo which had sheltered pirates and insulted American naval officers. He landed with 200 men in November and forced an apology. Commodore Porter was later court-martialed for overstepping his powers.[RL30172]

1825: Cuba: In March cooperating American and British forces landed at Sagua La Grande to capture pirates.[RL30172]

1827: Greece:[2] In October and November, landing parties hunted pirates on the Mediterranean islands of Argentiere (Kimolos), Myconos, and Andros.[RL30172]

1831: Falkland Islands: Captain Silas Duncan of the USS Lexington attacked, looted and burned Puerto Soledad (then under the control of the United Provinces of the Rio de la Plata). This was in response to the capture of three American sailing vessels which were detained after ignoring orders to stop depredation of local fishing resources without permission from the United Provinces government.[RL30172]

1832: Attack on Quallah Battoo: Sumatra, Indonesia – February 6 to 9, U.S. forces under Commodore John Downes aboard the frigate USS Potomac landed and stormed a fort to punish natives of the town of Quallah Battoo for plundering the American cargo ship Friendship.[RL30172]

1833: Argentina: October 31 to November 15, A force was sent ashore at Buenos Aires to protect the interests of the United States and other countries during an insurrection.[RL30172]

1835–1836: Peru: December 10, 1835 to January 24, 1836 and August 31 to December 7, 1836, Marines protected American interests in Callao and Lima during an attempted revolution.[RL30172]

1835–1842: Florida Territory: United States Navy supports the Army’s efforts at quelling uprisings and attacks on civilians by Seminole Indians. Government’s efforts to relocate the Seminoles to west of the Mississippi are hindered by 7 years of war.

1838: The Caroline affair on Navy Island, Canada: After the failure of the Upper Canada Rebellion of 1837 favoring Canadian democracy and independence from the British Empire; William Lyon Mackenzie and his rebels fled to Navy Island where they declared the Republic of Canada. American sympathizers sent supplies on the SS Caroline, which was intercepted by the British and set ablaze, after killing one American. It was falsely reported that dozens of Americans were killed as they were trapped on board, and American forces retaliated by burning a British steamer while it was in U.S. waters.

1838–1839: Sumatra (Indonesia): December 24, 1838 to January 4, 1839, A naval force landed to punish natives of the towns of Quallah Battoo and Muckie (Mukki) for depredations on American shipping.[RL30172]

1840: Fiji Islands: In July, naval forces landed to punish natives for attacking American exploring and surveying parties.[RL30172]

1841: McKean Island (Drummond Island/Taputenea), Gilbert Islands (Kingsmill Group), Pacific Ocean: A naval party landed to avenge the murder of a seaman by the natives.[RL30172]

1841: Samoa: On February 24, a naval party landed and burned towns after the murder of an American seaman on Upolu.[RL30172]

1842: Mexico: Commodore Thomas ap Catesby Jones, in command of a squadron long cruising off California, occupied Monterey, California, on October 19, believing war had come. He discovered peace, withdrew, and saluted. A similar incident occurred a week later at San Diego.[RL30172]

1843: China: Sailors and marines from the St. Louis were landed after a clash between Americans and Chinese at the trading post in Canton.[RL30172]

1843: Africa: From November 29 to December 16, four United States vessels demonstrated and landed various parties (one of 200 marines and sailors) to discourage piracy and the slave trade along the Ivory Coast, and to punish attacks by the natives on American seamen and shipping.[RL30172]

1844: Mexico: President Tyler deployed U.S. forces to protect Texas against Mexico, pending Senate approval of a treaty of annexation (which was later rejected). He defended his action against a Senate resolution of inquiry.[RL30172]

1846–1848: Mexican–American War: On May 13, 1846, the United States recognized the existence of a state of war with Mexico. After the annexation of Texas in 1845, the United States and Mexico failed to resolve a boundary dispute and President Polk said that it was necessary to deploy forces in Mexico to meet a threatened invasion.

The war ended with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, signed on February 2, 1848. The treaty gave the U.S. undisputed control of Texas, established the U.S.–Mexican border of the Rio Grande, and ceded to the United States the present-day states of California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming, and parts of Colorado. In return, Mexico received US$18,250,000 (equivalent to about $505,000,000 in 2016)[3] — less than half the amount the U.S. had attempted to offer Mexico for the land before the opening of hostilities.[RL30172]

1849: Smyrna (İzmir, Turkey): In July, a naval force gained release of an American seized by Austrian officials.[RL30172]

1851: Ottoman Empire: After a massacre of foreigners (including Americans) at Jaffa in January, a demonstration by the Mediterranean Squadron was ordered along the Turkish (Levantine) coast.[RL30172]

1851: Johanna Island (modern Anjouan, east of Africa): In August, forces from the U.S. sloop-of-war Dale exacted redress for the unlawful imprisonment of the captain of an American whaling brig.[RL30172]

1852–1853: Argentina: February 3 to 12, 1852; September 17, 1852 to April 1853: Marines were landed and maintained in Buenos Aires to protect American interests during a revolution.[RL30172]

1853: Nicaragua: March 11 to 13, US forces landed to protect American lives and interests during political disturbances.[RL30172]

1853–1854: Japan: Commodore Matthew Perry and his expedition made a display of force leading to the “opening of Japan”.[RL30172]

1853–1854: Ryūkyū and Bonin Islands (Japan): Commodore Matthew Perry on three visits before going to Japan and while waiting for a reply from Japan made a naval demonstration, landing marines twice, and secured a coaling concession from the ruler of Naha on Okinawa; he also demonstrated in the Bonin Islands with the purpose of securing facilities for commerce.[RL30172]

1854: China: April 4 to June 17, American and English ships landed forces to protect American interests in and near Shanghai during Chinese civil strife.[RL30172]

1854: Nicaragua: On July 9–15, naval forces bombarded and burned San Juan del Norte (Greytown) to avenge an insult to the American Minister to Nicaragua.[RL30172]

1855: China: On May 19–21, U.S. forces protected American interests in Shanghai and, from August 3 to 5 fought pirates near Hong Kong.[RL30172]

1855: Fiji Islands: From September 12 to November 4, an American naval force landed to seek reparations for attacks on American residents and seamen.[RL30172]

1855: Uruguay: On November 25–29, United States and European naval forces landed to protect American interests during an attempted revolution in Montevideo.[RL30172]

1856: Panama, Republic of New Grenada: On September 19–22, U.S. forces landed to protect American interests during an insurrection.[RL30172]

1856: China: From October 22 to December 6, U.S. forces landed to protect American interests at Canton during hostilities between the British and the Chinese, and to avenge an assault upon an unarmed boat displaying the United States flag.[RL30172]

1857–1858: Utah War: The Utah War was a dispute between Mormon settlers in Utah Territory and the United States federal government. The Mormons and Washington each sought control over the government of the territory, with the national government victorious. The confrontation between the Mormon militia and the U.S. Army involved some destruction of property, but no actual battles between the contending military forces.

1857: Nicaragua: April to May, November to December. In May, Commander Charles Henry Davis of the United States Navy, with some marines, received the surrender of William Walker, self-proclaimed president of Nicaragua, who was losing control of the country to forces financed by his former business partner, Cornelius Vanderbilt, and protected his men from the retaliation of native allies who had been fighting Walker. In November and December of the same year United States vessels USS Saratoga, USS Wabash, and Fulton opposed another attempt of William Walker on Nicaragua. Commodore Hiram Paulding’s act of landing marines and compelling the removal of Walker to the United States, was tacitly disavowed by Secretary of State Lewis Cass, and Paulding was forced into retirement.[RL30172]

1858: Uruguay: From January 2 to 27, forces from two United States warships landed to protect American property during a revolution in Montevideo.[RL30172]

1858: Fiji Islands: From October 6 to 16, a marine expedition with the USS Vandalia killed 14 natives and burned 115 huts in retaliation for the murder of two American citizens at Waya.[RL30172] [Vandalia 1] [Vandalia 2]

1858–1859: Ottoman Empire: The Secretary of State requested a display of naval force along the Levant after a massacre of Americans at Jaffa and mistreatment elsewhere “to remind the authorities (of the Ottoman Empire) of the power of the United States.”[RL30172]

1859: Paraguay: Congress authorized a naval squadron to seek redress for an attack on a naval vessel in the Paraná River during 1855. Apologies were made after a large display of force.[RL30172]

1859: Mexico: Two hundred United States soldiers crossed the Rio Grande in pursuit of the Mexican nationalist Juan Cortina.[RL30172] [1859 Mexico]

1859: China: From July 31 to August 2, a naval force landed to protect American interests in Shanghai.[RL30172]

1860: Angola, Portuguese West Africa: On March 1, American residents at Kissembo called upon American and British ships to protect lives and property during problems with natives.[RL30172]

1860: Colombia, Bay of Panama: From September 27 to October 8, naval forces landed to protect American interests during a revolution.[RL30172]

1861–1865: American Civil War: A major war between the United States (the Union) and eleven Southern states which declared that they had a right to secession and formed the Confederate States of America.

1863: Japan: July 16, Naval battle of Shimonoseki: The USS Wyoming retaliated against a firing on the American vessel Pembroke at Shimonoseki.[RL30172]

1864: Japan: From July 14 to August 3, naval forces protected the United States Minister to Japan when he visited Yedo to negotiate concerning some American claims against Japan, and to make his negotiations easier by impressing the Japanese with American power.[RL30172]

1864: Japan: From September 4 to 14, naval forces of the United States, Great Britain, France, and the Netherlands compelled Japan and the Prince of Nagato in particular to permit the Straits of Shimonoseki to be used by foreign shipping in accordance with treaties already signed.[RL30172]

1865: Panama: On March 9 and 10, US forces protected the lives and property of American residents during a revolution.[RL30172]

1865–1877: Southern United States – Reconstruction following the American Civil War: The South is divided into five Union occupation districts under the Reconstruction Act.

1866: Mexico: To protect American residents, General Sedgwick and 100 men in November obtained surrender of Matamoros, on the border state of Tamaulipas. After three days he was ordered by US Government to withdraw. His act was repudiated by the President.[RL30172]

1866: China: From June 20 to July 7, US forces punished an assault on the American consul at Newchwang.[RL30172]

1867: Nicaragua: Marines occupied Managua and Leon.

1867: Formosa (island of Taiwan): On June 13, a naval force landed and burned a number of huts to punish the murder of the crew of a wrecked American vessel.

1868: Japan (Osaka, Hiolo, Nagasaki, Yokohama, and Negata): February 4 to 8, April 4 to May 12, June 12 and 13. US forces were landed to protect American interests during a civil war (Boshin War) in Japan.[RL30172]

1868: Uruguay: On February 7–8, and 19–26, US forces protected foreign residents and the customhouse during an insurrection at Montevideo.[RL30172]

1868: Colombia: In April, US forces protected passengers and treasure in transit at Aspinwall during the absence of local police or troops on the occasion of the death of the President of Colombia.[RL30172]

1870: Battle of Boca Teacapan: On June 17 and 18, US forces destroyed the pirate ship Forward, which had been run aground about 40 miles up the Teacapan Estuary in Mexico.[RL30172]

1870: Kingdom of Hawaii: On September 21, US forces placed the American flag at half-mast upon the death of Queen Kalama, when the American consul at Honolulu would not assume responsibility for so doing.[RL30172]

1872: Korea: Shinmiyangyo – June 10 to 12, A US naval force attacked and captured five forts to force stalled negotiations on trade agreements and to punish natives for depredations on Americans, particularly for executing the crew of the General Sherman and burning the schooner (which in turn happened because the crew had stolen food and kidnapped a Korean official), and for later firing on other American small boats taking soundings up the Salee River. [RL30172]

1873: Colombia (Bay of Panama): May 7 to 22, September 23 to October 9. U.S. forces protected American interests during hostilities between local groups over control of the government of the State of Panama.[RL30172]

1873–1896: Mexico: United States troops crossed the Mexican border repeatedly in pursuit of cattle thieves and other brigands.[RL30172]

1874: Honolulu Courthouse Riot: From February 12 to 20, detachments from American vessels were landed to protect the interests of Americans living in the Kingdom of Hawaii during the coronation of a new king.[RL30172]

1876: Mexico: On May 18, an American force was landed to police the town of Matamoros, Mexico, temporarily while it was without other government.[RL30172]

1878: Lincoln County, New Mexico: On July 15–19, during the Battle of Lincoln (1878) (part of the Lincoln County War) 150 cavalry-men arrived from Fort Stanton, under the command of Lieutenant George Smith (later Colonel Nathan Dudley) to assist the Murphy-Dolan Faction in attacking the Lincoln County Regulators vigilante group. 5 dead, 8–28 wounded.[citation needed]

1882: Egyptian Expedition: July 14 to 18, American forces landed to protect American interests during warfare between British and Egyptians and looting of the city of Alexandria by Arabs.[RL30172]

1885: Panama (Colón): January 18 and 19, US forces were used to guard the valuables in transit over the Panama Railroad, and the safes and vaults of the company during revolutionary activity. In March, April, and May in the cities of Colón and Panama, the forces helped reestablish freedom of transit during revolutionary activity (see Burning of Colón).[RL30172]

1888: Korea: June, A naval force was sent ashore to protect American residents in Seoul during unsettled political conditions, when an outbreak of the populace was expected.[RL30172]

1888: Haiti: December 20, A display of force persuaded the Haitian Government to give up an American steamer which had been seized on the charge of breach of blockade.[RL30172]

1888–1889: Samoan crisis; First Samoan Civil War; Second Samoan Civil War: November 14, 1888 to March 20, 1889, US forces were landed to protect American citizens and the consulate during a native civil war.[RL30172]

1889: Kingdom of Hawaii: July 30 and 31, US forces at Honolulu protected the interests of Americans living in Hawaii during an American led revolution.[RL30172]

1890: Argentina: A naval party landed to protect US consulate and legation in Buenos Aires.[RL30172]

1890: South Dakota: On December 29, soldiers of the US Army 7th Cavalry killed 178 Sioux Amerindians following an incident over a disarmament-inspection at a Lakota Sioux encampment near Wounded Knee Creek. 89 other Amerinds were injured, 150 were reported missing; Army casualties were 25 killed, 39 wounded.[citation needed]

1891: Haiti: US forces sought to protect American lives and property on Navassa Island.[RL30172]

1891: Bering Sea Anti-Poaching Operations: July 2 to October 5, Naval forces sought to stop seal poaching.[RL30172]

1891: Itata Incident: US and European naval forces intercepted and detained a shipment of arms sent to the Congressionalist forces in the Chilean Civil War.

1891: Chile: August 28 to 30, US forces protected the American consulate and the women and children who had taken refuge in it during a revolution in Valparaíso.[RL30172]

1892: Homestead Strike: On July 6, striking miners attacked Pinkerton National Detective Agency agents attempting to break the strike by bringing non-union workers to the mine. 6,000 Pennsylvania state militiamen were sent to reinstate law and order. 16 dead, 27–47 wounded

1892: Wyoming: Johnson County War April 11 to 13, U.S. Cavalry sent to break up a gun battle at the TA Ranch.

1893: Overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom: January 16 to April 1, Marines landed in Hawaii, ostensibly to protect American lives and property, but many believed actually to promote a provisional government under Sanford B. Dole. This action was disavowed by President Cleveland, and the United States apologized in 1993.[RL30172]

1894: Nicaragua: July 6 to August 7, US forces sought to protect American interests at Bluefields following a revolution.[RL30172]

1894–1895: China: Marines were stationed at Tientsin and penetrated to Peking for protection purposes during the First Sino-Japanese War.[RL30172]

1894–1895: China: A naval vessel was beached and used as a fort at Newchwang for protection of American nationals.[RL30172]

1894–1896: Korea: July 24, 1894 to April 3, 1896, A guard of marines was sent to protect the American legation and American lives and interests at Seoul during and following the Sino-Japanese War.[RL30172]

1895: Colombia: March 8 and 9, US forces protected American interests during an attack on the town of Bocas del Toro by a bandit chieftain.[RL30172]

1896: Nicaragua: May 2 to 4, US forces protected American interests in Corinto during political unrest.[RL30172]

1898: Nicaragua: February 7 and 8, US forces protected American lives and property at San Juan del Sur.[RL30172]

1898: Spanish–American War: On April 25, 1898, the United States declared war with Spain, ostensibly aligned with Cuban rebels. The war followed a Cuban insurrection, the Cuban War of Independence against Spanish rule and the sinking of the USS Maine in the harbor at Havana.[RL30172]

1898–1899: Samoa: Second Samoan Civil War, a conflict that reached a head in 1898 when Germany, the United Kingdom, and the United States were locked in dispute over who should have control over the Samoan island chain.

1898–1899: China: November 5, 1898 to March 15, 1899, US forces provided a guard for the legation at Peking and the consulate at Tientsin during contest between the Dowager Empress and her son.[RL30172]

1899: Nicaragua: American and British naval forces were landed to protect national interests at San Juan del Norte, February 22 to March 5, and at Bluefields a few weeks later in connection with the insurrection of Gen. Juan P. Reyes.[RL30172]

1899–1913: Philippine Islands: Philippine–American War, US forces protected American interests following the war with Spain, defeating Filipino revolutionaries seeking immediate national independence.[RL30172] The U.S. government declared the “insurgency” officially over in 1902, when the Filipino leadership generally accepted American rule. Skirmishes between government troops and armed groups lasted until 1913, and some historians consider these unofficial extensions of the war.[4]

1900: China: From May 24 to September 28, Boxer Rebellion. American troops participated in operations to protect foreign lives during the Boxer uprising, particularly at Peking. For many years after this experience a permanent legation guard was maintained in Peking, and was strengthened at times as trouble threatened.[RL30172]

1901: Colombia (State of Panama): From November 20 to December 4. (See: Separation of Panama from Colombia) US forces protected American property on the Isthmus and kept transit lines open during serious revolutionary disturbances.[RL30172]

1902: Colombia: From April 16 to 23, US forces protected American lives and property at Bocas del Toro during a civil war.[RL30172]

1902: Colombia (State of Panama): From September 17 to November 18, the United States placed armed guards on all trains crossing the Isthmus to keep the railroad line open, and stationed ships on both sides of Panama to prevent the landing of Colombian troops.[RL30172]

1903: Honduras: From March 23 to 30 or 31, US forces protected the American consulate and the steamship wharf at Puerto Cortes during a period of revolutionary activity.[RL30172]

1903: Dominican Republic: From March 30 to April 21, a detachment of marines was landed to protect American interests in the city of Santo Domingo during a revolutionary outbreak.[RL30172]

1903: Syria: From September 7 to 12, US forces protected the American consulate in Beirut when a local Muslim uprising was feared.[RL30172]

1903–1904: Abyssinia (Ethiopia): Twenty-five Marines were sent to Abyssinia to protect the US Consul General while he negotiated a treaty.[RL30172]

1903–1914: Panama: US forces sought to protect American interests and lives during and following the revolution for independence from Colombia over construction of the Isthmian Canal. With brief intermissions, United States Marines were stationed on the Isthmus from November 4, 1903 to January 21, 1914 to guard American interests.[RL30172]

1904: Dominican Republic: From January 2 to February 11, American and British naval forces established an area in which no fighting would be allowed and protected American interests in Puerto Plata and Sosua and Santo Domingo City during revolutionary fighting.[RL30172]

1904: Tangier, Morocco: “We want either Perdicaris alive or Raisuli dead.” A squadron demonstrated to force release of a kidnapped American. Marines were landed to protect the consul general.[RL30172]

1904: Panama: From November 17 to 24, U.S forces protected American lives and property at Ancon at the time of a threatened insurrection.[RL30172]

1904–1905: Korea: From January 5, 1904 to November 11, 1905, a guard of Marines was sent to protect the American legation in Seoul during the Russo-Japanese War.[RL30172]

1906–1909: Cuba: From September 1906 to January 23, 1909, US forces sought to protect interests and re-establish a government after revolutionary activity.[RL30172]

1907: Honduras: From March 18 to June 8, to protect American interests during a war between Honduras and Nicaragua, troops were stationed in Trujillo, Ceiba, Puerto Cortes, San Pedro Sula, Laguna and Choloma.[RL30172]

1910: Nicaragua: From May 19 to September 4, Occupation of Nicaragua. U.S. forces protected American interests at Bluefields.[RL30172]

1911: Honduras: On January 26, American naval detachments were landed to protect American lives and interests during a civil war in Honduras.[RL30172]

1911: China: As the Tongmenghui-led Xinhai Revolution approached, in October an ensign and 10 men tried to enter Wuchang to rescue missionaries but retired on being warned away, and a small landing force guarded American private property and consulate at Hankow. Marines were deployed in November to guard the cable stations at Shanghai; landing forces were sent for protection in Nanking, Chinkiang, Taku and elsewhere.[RL30172]

1912: Honduras: A small force landed to prevent seizure by the government of an American-owned railroad at Puerto Cortes. The forces were withdrawn after the United States disapproved the action.[RL30172]

1912: Panama: Troops, on request of both political parties, supervised elections outside the Panama Canal Zone.[RL30172]

1912: Cuba: From June 5 to August 5, U.S. forces protected American interests in Oriente Province and in Havana.[RL30172]

1912: China: August 24–26, on Kentucky Island, and August 26–30 at Camp Nicholson. U.S. forces protected Americans and American interests during the Xinhai Revolution.[RL30172]

1912: Turkey: From November 18 to December 3, U.S. forces guarded the American legation at Constantinople during the First Balkan War[RL30172]

1912–1925: Nicaragua: From August to November 1912, U.S. forces protected American interests during an attempted revolution. A small force, serving as a legation guard and seeking to promote peace and stability, remained until August 5, 1925.[RL30172]

1912–1941: China: The disorders which began with the overthrow of the dynasty during Kuomintang rebellion in 1912, which were redirected by the invasion of China by Japan, led to demonstrations and landing parties for the protection of U.S. interests in China continuously and at many points from 1912 on to 1941. The guard at Peking and along the route to the sea was maintained until 1941. In 1927, the United States had 5,670 troops ashore in China and 44 naval vessels in its waters. In 1933 the United States had 3,027 armed men ashore. The protective action was generally based on treaties with China concluded from 1858 to 1901.[RL30172]

1913: Mexico: From September 5 to 7, a few marines landed at Ciaris Estero to aid in evacuating American citizens and others from the Yaqui Valley, made dangerous for foreigners by civil strife.[RL30172]

1914: Haiti: January 29 to February 9, February 20 and 21, October 19. Intermittently, U.S. naval forces protected American nationals in a time of rioting and revolution.[RL30172] The specific order from the Secretary of the Navy to the invasion commander, Admiral William Deville Bundy, was to “protect American and foreign” interests.[citation needed]

1914: Dominican Republic: In June and July, during a revolutionary movement, United States naval forces by gunfire stopped the bombardment of Puerto Plata, and by threat of force maintained Santo Domingo City as a neutral zone.[RL30172]

1914–1917: Mexico: Tampico Affair led to Occupation of Veracruz, Mexico. Undeclared Mexican–American hostilities followed the Tampico Affair and Villa’s raids . Also Pancho Villa Expedition) – an abortive military operation conducted by the United States Army against the military forces of Francisco “Pancho” Villa from 1916 to 1917 and included capture of Veracruz. On March 19, 1915 on orders from President Woodrow Wilson, and with tacit consent by Venustiano Carranza General John J. Pershing led an invasion force of 10,000 men into Mexico to capture Villa.[RL30172]

1915–1934: Haiti: From July 28, 1915 to August 15, 1934, United States occupation of Haiti. US forces maintained order during a period of chronic political instability.[RL30172] During the initial entrance into Haiti, the specific order from the Secretary of the Navy to the invasion commander, Admiral William Deville Bundy, was to “protect American and foreign” interests.[citation needed]

1916: China: American forces landed to quell a riot taking place on American property in Nanking.[RL30172]

1916–1924: Dominican Republic: From May 1916 to September 1924, Occupation of the Dominican Republic. American naval forces maintained order during a period of chronic and threatened insurrection.[RL30172]

1917: China: American troops were landed at Chungking to protect American lives during a political crisis.[RL30172]

1917–1918: World War I: On April 6, 1917, the United States declared war with Germany and on December 7, 1917, with Austria-Hungary. Entrance of the United States into the war was precipitated by Germany’s submarine warfare against neutral shipping and the Zimmermann Telegram.[RL30172]

1917–1922: Cuba: U.S. forces protected American interests during insurrection and subsequent unsettled conditions. Most of the United States armed forces left Cuba by August 1919, but two companies remained at Camaguey until February 1922.[RL30172]

1918–1919: Mexico: After withdrawal of the Pershing expedition, U.S. troops entered Mexico in pursuit of bandits at least three times in 1918 and six times in 1919. In August 1918, American and Mexican troops fought at Nogales, Battle of Ambos Nogales. The incident began when German spies plotted an attack with Mexican soldiers on Nogales Arizona. The fighting began when a Mexican officer shot and killed a U.S. soldier on American soil. A full-scale battle then ensued, ending with a Mexican surrender.[RL30172]

1918–1920: Panama: U.S. forces were used for police duty according to treaty stipulations, at Chiriqui, during election disturbances and subsequent unrest.[RL30172]

1918–1920: Russian SFSR: Marines were landed at and near Vladivostok in June and July to protect the American consulate and other points in the fighting between the Bolshevik troops and the Czech Army which had traversed Siberia from the western front. A joint proclamation of emergency government and neutrality was issued by the American, Japanese, British, French, and Czech commanders in July. In August 7,000 men were landed in Vladivostok and remained until January 1920, as part of an allied occupation force. In September 1918, 5,000 American troops joined the allied intervention force at Archangel and remained until June 1919. These operations were in response to the Bolshevik revolution in Russia and were partly supported by Czarist or Kerensky elements. [RL30172] For details, see the American Expeditionary Force Siberia and the American Expeditionary Force North Russia.

1919: Dalmatia (Croatia): U.S. forces were landed at Trau at the request of Italian authorities to police order between the Italians and Serbs.[RL30172]

1919: Turkey: Marines from the USS Arizona were landed to guard the U.S. Consulate during the Greek occupation of Constantinople.[RL30172]

1919: Honduras: From September 8 to 12, a landing force was sent ashore to maintain order in a neutral zone during an attempted revolution.[RL30172]

1920: China: On March 14, a landing force was sent ashore for a few hours to protect lives during a disturbance at Kiukiang.[RL30172]

1920 – Guatemala: From April 9 to 27, U.S. forces protected the American Legation and other American interests, such as the cable station, during a period of fighting between Unionists and the Government of Guatemala.[RL30172]

1920–1922: Russia (Siberia): From February 16, 1920 to November 19, 1922, a Marine guard was sent to protect the United States radio station and property on Russian Island, Bay of Vladivostok.[RL30172]

1921: Panama and Costa Rica: American naval squadrons demonstrated in April on both sides of the Isthmus to prevent war between the two countries over a boundary dispute.[RL30172]

1922: Turkey: In September and October, a landing force was sent ashore with consent of both Greek and Turkish authorities, to protect American lives and property when the Turkish nationalists entered İzmir (Smyrna).[RL30172]

1922–1923: China: From April 1922 to November 1923, Marines were landed five times to protect Americans during periods of unrest.[RL30172]

1924: Honduras: From February 28 to March 31, and from September 10 to 15, U.S. forces protected American lives and interests during election hostilities.[RL30172]

1924: China: In September, Marines were landed to protect Americans and other foreigners in Shanghai during Chinese factional hostilities.[RL30172]

1925: China: From January 15 to August 29, fighting of Chinese factions accompanied by riots and demonstrations in Shanghai brought the landing of American forces to protect lives and property in the International Settlement.[RL30172]

1925: Honduras: From April 19 to 21, U.S. forces protected foreigners at La Ceiba during a political upheaval.[RL30172]

1925: Panama: From October 12 to 23, strikes and rent riots led to the landing of about 600 American troops to keep order and protect American interests.[RL30172]

1926–1933: Nicaragua: From May 7 to June 5, 1926 and August 27, 1926 to January 3, 1933, the coup d’état of General Chamorro aroused revolutionary activities leading to the landing of American marines to protect the interests of the United States. United States forces came and went intermittently until January 3, 1933.[RL30172]

1926: China: In August and September, the Nationalist attack on Hankow brought the landing of American naval forces to protect American citizens. A small guard was maintained at the consulate general even after September 16, when the rest of the forces were withdrawn. Likewise, when Nationalist forces captured Kiukiang, naval forces were landed for the protection of foreigners November 4 to 6.[RL30172]

1927: China: In February, fighting at Shanghai caused presence American naval forces and marines to be increased. In March, a naval guard was stationed at American consulate at Nanking after Nationalist forces captured the city. American and British destroyers later used shell fire to protect Americans and other foreigners. Subsequently additional forces of Marines and naval forces were stationed in the vicinity of Shanghai and Tientsin.[RL30172]

1932: China: American forces were landed to protect American interests during the Japanese occupation of Shanghai.[RL30172]

1932: United States: “Bonus Army” of 17,000 WWI veterans plus 20,000 family cleared from Washington and then Anacostia flats “Hooverville” by 3rd Cavalry and 12th Infantry Regiments under Gen. Douglas MacArthur, July 28.

1933: Cuba: During a revolution against President Gerardo Machado naval forces demonstrated but no landing was made.[RL30172]

1934: China: Marines landed at Foochow to protect the American Consulate.[RL30172]

1940: Newfoundland, Bermuda, St. Lucia, – Bahamas, Jamaica, Antigua, Trinidad, and British Guiana: Troops were sent to guard air and naval bases obtained under lease by negotiation with the United Kingdom. These were sometimes called lend-lease bases but were under the Destroyers for Bases Agreement.[RL30172]

1941: Greenland: Greenland was taken under protection of the United States in April.[RL30172]

1941: Netherlands (Dutch Guiana): In November, the President ordered American troops to occupy Dutch Guiana, but by agreement with the Netherlands government in exile, Brazil cooperated to protect aluminum ore supply from the bauxite mines in Suriname.[RL30172]

1941: Iceland: Iceland was taken under the protection of the United States, with consent of its government replacing British troops, for strategic reasons.[RL30172]

1941: Germany: Sometime in the spring, the President ordered the Navy to patrol ship lanes to Europe. By July, U.S. warships were convoying and by September were attacking German submarines. In November, in response to the October 31, 1941 sinking of the USS Reuben James, the Neutrality Act was partly repealed to protect U.S. military aid to Britain. [RL30172]

1941–1945: World War II: On December 8, 1941, the United States declared war against Japan in response to the bombing of Pearl Harbor. On December 11, Germany declared war against the United States.[5]

1945: China: In October 50,000 U.S. Marines were sent to North China to assist Chinese Nationalist authorities in disarming and repatriating the Japanese in China and in controlling ports, railroads, and airfields. This was in addition to approximately 60,000 U.S. forces remaining in China at the end of World War II.[RL30172]

1945–1949: Occupation of part of Germany.

1945–1955: Occupation of part of Austria.

1945–1952: Occupation of Japan.

1944–1946: Temporary reoccupation of the Philippines during World War II and in preparation for previously scheduled independence.[citation needed]

1945–1947: U.S. Marines garrisoned in mainland China to oversee the removal of Soviet and Japanese forces after World War II.[6]

1945–1949: Post-World War II occupation of South Korea; North Korean insurgency in Republic of Korea[7]

1946: Trieste, (Italy): President Truman ordered the increase of US troops along the zonal occupation line and the reinforcement of air forces in northern Italy after Yugoslav forces shot down an unarmed US Army transport plane flying over Venezia Giulia..[citation needed] Earlier U.S. naval units had been sent to the scene.[RL30172] Later the Free Territory of Trieste, Zone A.

1948: Jerusalem (British Mandate): A Marine consular guard was sent to Jerusalem to protect the U.S. Consul General.[RL30172]

1948: Berlin: Berlin Airlift After the Soviet Union established a land blockade of the U.S., British, and French sectors of Berlin on June 24, 1948, the United States and its allies airlifted supplies to Berlin until after the blockade was lifted in May 1949.[RL30172]

1948–1949: China: Marines were dispatched to Nanking to protect the American Embassy when the city fell to Communist troops, and to Shanghai to aid in the protection and evacuation of Americans.[RL30172]
Map of military operations since 1950

1950–1953: Korean War: The United States responded to the North Korean invasion of South Korea by going to its assistance, pursuant to United Nations Security Council resolutions. US forces deployed in Korea exceeded 300,000 during the last year of the active conflict (1953). Over 36,600 US military were killed in action.[RL30172]

1950–1955: Formosa (Taiwan): In June 1950, at the beginning of the Korean War, President Truman ordered the U.S. Seventh Fleet to prevent Chinese Communist attacks upon Formosa and Chinese Nationalist operations against mainland China.[RL30172]

1954–1955: China: Naval units evacuated U.S. civilians and military personnel from the Tachen Islands.[RL30172]

1955–1964: Vietnam: First military advisors sent to Vietnam on February 12, 1955. By 1964, US troop levels had grown to 21,000. On August 7, 1964, US Congress approved Gulf of Tonkin resolution affirming “All necessary measures to repel any armed attack against the forces of the United States. . .to prevent further aggression. . . (and) assist any member or protocol state of the Southeast Asian Collective Defense Treaty (SEATO) requesting assistance. . .”[Vietnam timeline]

1956: Egypt: A marine battalion evacuated US nationals and other persons from Alexandria during the Suez Crisis.[RL30172]

1958: Lebanon: 1958 Lebanon crisis, Marines were landed in Lebanon at the invitation of President Camille Chamoun to help protect against threatened insurrection supported from the outside. The President’s action was supported by a Congressional resolution passed in 1957 that authorized such actions in that area of the world.[RL30172]

1959–1960: The Caribbean: Second Marine Ground Task Force was deployed to protect U.S. nationals following the Cuban Revolution.[RL30172]

1959–1975: Vietnam War: U.S. military advisers had been in South Vietnam for a decade, and their numbers had been increased as the military position of the Saigon government became weaker. After citing what he falsely termed were attacks on U.S. destroyers, in what came to be known as the Gulf of Tonkin incident, President Johnson asked in August 1964 for a resolution expressing U.S. determination to support “freedom and protect peace in Southeast Asia.” Congress responded with the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, giving President Johnson authorization, without a formal declaration of war by Congress, for the use of conventional military force in Southeast Asia. Following this resolution, and following a communist attack on a U.S. installation in central Vietnam, the United States escalated its participation in the war to a peak of 543,000 military personnel by April 1969.[RL30172]

1961: Cuba: The Bay of Pigs Invasion, known in Hispanic America as Invasión de Bahía de Cochinos (or Invasión de Playa Girón or Batalla de Girón), was an unsuccessful military invasion of Cuba undertaken by the CIA-sponsored paramilitary group Brigade 2506 on April 17, 1961.

1962: Thailand: The Third Marine Expeditionary Unit landed on May 17, 1962 to support that country during the threat of Communist pressure from outside; by July 30, the 5,000 marines had been withdrawn.[RL30172]

1962: Cuba: Cuban missile crisis, On October 22, President Kennedy instituted a “quarantine” on the shipment of offensive missiles to Cuba from the Soviet Union. He also warned Soviet Union that the launching of any missile from Cuba against nations in the Western Hemisphere would bring about U.S. nuclear retaliation on the Soviet Union. A negotiated settlement was achieved in a few days.[RL30172]

1962–1975: Laos: From October 1962 until 1975, the United States played an important role in military support of anti-Communist forces in Laos.[RL30172]

1964: Congo (Zaïre): The United States sent four transport planes to provide airlift for Congolese troops during a rebellion and to transport Belgian paratroopers to rescue foreigners.[RL30172]

1965: Invasion of Dominican Republic: Operation Power Pack, The United States intervened to protect lives and property during a Dominican revolt and sent 20,000 U.S. troops as fears grew that the revolutionary forces were coming increasingly under Communist control.[RL30172] A popular rebellion breaks out, promising to reinstall Juan Bosch as the country’s elected leader. The revolution is crushed when U.S. Marines land to uphold the military regime by force. The CIA directs everything behind the scenes.

1967: Israel: The USS Liberty incident, whereupon a United States Navy Technical Research Ship was attacked June 8, 1967 by Israeli armed forces, killing 34 and wounding more than 170 U.S. crew members.

1967: Congo (Zaïre): The United States sent three military transport aircraft with crews to provide the Congo central government with logistical support during a revolt.[RL30172]

1968: Laos & Cambodia: U.S. starts secret bombing campaign against targets along the Ho Chi Minh trail in the sovereign nations of Cambodia and Laos. The bombings last at least two years. (See Operation Commando Hunt)

1970: Cambodian Campaign: U.S. troops were ordered into Cambodia to clean out Communist sanctuaries from which Viet Cong and North Vietnamese attacked U.S. and South Vietnamese forces in Vietnam. The object of this attack, which lasted from April 30 to June 30, was to ensure the continuing safe withdrawal of American forces from South Vietnam and to assist the program of Vietnamization.[RL30172]

1972: North Vietnam: Christmas bombing Operation Linebacker II (not mentioned in RL30172, but an operation leading to peace negotiations). The operation was conducted from December 18–29, 1972. It was a bombing of the cities Hanoi and Haiphong by B-52 bombers.

1973: Operation Nickel Grass, a strategic airlift operation conducted by the United States to deliver weapons and supplies to Israel during the Yom Kippur War.

1974: Evacuation from Cyprus: United States naval forces evacuated U.S. civilians during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.[RL30172]

1975: Evacuation from Vietnam: Operation Frequent Wind, On April 3, 1975, President Ford reported U.S. naval vessels, helicopters, and Marines had been sent to assist in evacuation of refugees and US nationals from Vietnam.[RL30172]

1975: Evacuation from Cambodia: Operation Eagle Pull, On April 12, 1975, President Ford reported that he had ordered U.S. military forces to proceed with the planned evacuation of U.S. citizens from Cambodia.[RL30172]

1975: South Vietnam: On April 30, 1975, President Ford reported that a force of 70 evacuation helicopters and 865 Marines had evacuated about 1,400 U.S. citizens and 5,500 third country nationals and South Vietnamese from landing zones in and around the U.S. Embassy, Saigon and Tan Son Nhut Airport.[RL30172]

1975: Cambodia: Mayaguez incident, On May 15, 1975, President Ford reported he had ordered military forces to retake the SS Mayaguez, a merchant vessel which was seized from Cambodian naval patrol boats in international waters and forced to proceed to a nearby island.[RL30172]

1976: Lebanon: On July 22 and 23, 1976, helicopters from five U.S. naval vessels evacuated approximately 250 Americans and Europeans from Lebanon during fighting between Lebanese factions after an overland convoy evacuation had been blocked by hostilities.[RL30172]

1976: Korea: Additional forces were sent to Korea after two American soldiers were killed by North Korean soldiers in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea while cutting down a tree.[RL30172]

1978: Zaïre (Congo): From May 19 through June, the United States utilized military transport aircraft to provide logistical support to Belgian and French rescue operations in Zaïre.[RL30172]

1980: Iran: Operation Eagle Claw, on April 26, 1980, President Carter reported the use of six U.S. transport planes and eight helicopters in an unsuccessful attempt to rescue the American hostages in Iran.

1980: U.S. Army and Air Force units arrive in the Sinai in September as part of “Operation Bright Star”. They are there to train with Egyptian armed forces as part of the Camp David peace accords signed in 1979. Elements of the 101st Airborne Division, (1st Battalion, 502nd Infantry) and Air Force MAC (Military Airlift Command) units are in theater for four months & are the first U.S. military forces in the region since World War II.

1981: El Salvador: After a guerrilla offensive against the government of El Salvador, additional U.S. military advisers were sent to El Salvador, bringing the total to approximately 55, to assist in training government forces in counterinsurgency.[RL30172]

1981: Libya: First Gulf of Sidra incident, on August 19, 1981, U.S. planes based on the carrier USS Nimitz shot down two Libyan jets over the Gulf of Sidra after one of the Libyan jets had fired a heat-seeking missile. The United States periodically held freedom of navigation exercises in the Gulf of Sidra, claimed by Libya as territorial waters but considered international waters by the United States.[RL30172]

1982: Sinai: On March 19, 1982, President Reagan reported the deployment of military personnel and equipment to participate in the Multinational Force and Observers in the Sinai. Participation had been authorized by the Multinational Force and Observers Resolution, Public Law 97-132.[RL30172]

1982: Lebanon: Multinational Force in Lebanon, on August 21, 1982, President Reagan reported the dispatch of 800 Marines to serve in the multinational force to assist in the withdrawal of members of the Palestine Liberation force from Beirut. The Marines left September 20, 1982.[RL30172]

1982–1983: Lebanon: On September 29, 1982, President Reagan reported the deployment of 1200 marines to serve in a temporary multinational force to facilitate the restoration of Lebanese government sovereignty. On September 29, 1983, Congress passed the Multinational Force in Lebanon Resolution (P.L. 98-119) authorizing the continued participation for eighteen months.[RL30172]

1983: Egypt: After a Libyan plane bombed a city in Sudan on March 18, 1983, and Sudan and Egypt appealed for assistance, the United States dispatched an AWACS electronic surveillance plane to Egypt.[RL30172]

1983: Grenada: Operation Urgent Fury, citing the increased threat of Soviet and Cuban influence and noting the development of an international airport following a coup d’état and alignment with the Soviet Union and Cuba, the U.S. invades the island nation of Grenada.[RL30172]

1983–1989: Honduras: In July 1983, the United States undertook a series of exercises in Honduras that some believed might lead to conflict with Nicaragua. On March 25, 1986, unarmed U.S. military helicopters and crewmen ferried Honduran troops to the Nicaraguan border to repel Nicaraguan troops.[RL30172]

1983: Chad: On August 8, 1983, President Reagan reported the deployment of two AWACS electronic surveillance planes and eight F-15 fighter planes and ground logistical support forces to assist Chad against Libyan and rebel forces.[RL30172]

1984: Persian Gulf: On June 5, 1984, Saudi Arabian jet fighter planes, aided by intelligence from a U.S. AWACS electronic surveillance aircraft and fueled by a U.S. KC-10 tanker, shot down two Iranian fighter planes over an area of the Persian Gulf proclaimed as a protected zone for shipping.[RL30172]

1985: Italy: On October 10, 1985, U.S. Navy pilots intercepted an Egyptian airliner and forced it to land in Sicily. The airliner was carrying the hijackers of the Italian cruise ship Achille Lauro who had killed an American citizen during the hijacking.[RL30172]

1986: Libya: Action in the Gulf of Sidra (1986), on March 26, 1986, President Reagan reported on March 24 and 25, U.S. forces, while engaged in freedom of navigation exercises around the Gulf of Sidra, had been attacked by Libyan missiles and the United States had responded with missiles.[RL30172]

1986: Libya: Operation El Dorado Canyon, on April 16, 1986, President Reagan reported that U.S. air and naval forces had conducted bombing strikes on terrorist facilities and military installations in the Libyan capitol of Tripoli, claiming that Libyan leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi was responsible for a bomb attack at a German disco that killed two U.S. soldiers.[RL30172]

1986: Bolivia: U.S. Army personnel and aircraft assisted Bolivia in anti-drug operations.[RL30172]

1987: Persian Gulf: USS Stark was struck on May 17 by two Exocet antiship missiles fired from a Dassault Mirage F1 of the Iraqi Air Force during the Iran–Iraq War, killing 37 U.S. Navy sailors.

1987: Persian Gulf: Operation Nimble Archer. Attacks on two Iranian oil platforms in the Persian Gulf by United States Navy forces on October 19. The attack was a response to Iran’s October 16, 1987 attack on the MV Sea Isle City, a reflagged Kuwaiti oil tanker at anchor off Kuwait, with a Silkworm missile.

1987–1988: Persian Gulf: Operation Earnest Will. After the Iran–Iraq War (the Tanker War phase) resulted in several military incidents in the Persian Gulf, the United States increased U.S. joint military forces operations in the Persian Gulf and adopted a policy of reflagging and escorting Kuwaiti oil tankers through the Persian Gulf to protect them from Iraqi and Iranian attacks. President Reagan reported that U.S. ships had been fired upon or struck mines or taken other military action on September 21 (Iran Ajr), October 8, and October 19, 1987 and April 18 (Operation Praying Mantis), July 3, and July 14, 1988. The United States gradually reduced its forces after a cease-fire between Iran and Iraq on August 20, 1988.[RL30172] It was the largest naval convoy operation since World War II.[8]

1987–1988: Persian Gulf: Operation Prime Chance was a United States Special Operations Command operation intended to protect U.S.-flagged oil tankers from Iranian attack during the Iran–Iraq War. The operation took place roughly at the same time as Operation Earnest Will.

1988: Persian Gulf: Operation Praying Mantis was the April 18, 1988 action waged by U.S. naval forces in retaliation for the Iranian mining of the Persian Gulf and the subsequent damage to an American warship.

1988: Honduras: Operation Golden Pheasant was an emergency deployment of U.S. troops to Honduras in 1988, as a result of threatening actions by the forces of the (then socialist) Nicaraguans.

1988: USS Vincennes shoot-down of Iran Air Flight 655.

1988: Panama: In mid-March and April 1988, during a period of instability in Panama and as the United States increased pressure on Panamanian head of state General Manuel Noriega to resign, the United States sent 1,000 troops to Panama, to “further safeguard the canal, US lives, property and interests in the area.” The forces supplemented 10,000 U.S. military personnel already in the Panama Canal Zone.[RL30172]

1989: Libya: Second Gulf of Sidra incident. On January 4, 1989, two U.S. Navy F-14 aircraft based on the USS John F. Kennedy shot down two Libyan jet fighters over the Mediterranean Sea about 70 miles north of Libya. The U.S. pilots said the Libyan planes had demonstrated hostile intentions.[RL30172]

1989: Panama: On May 11, 1989, in response to General Noriega’s disregard of the results of the Panamanian election, President Bush ordered a brigade-sized force of approximately 1,900 troops to augment the estimated 1,000 U.S. forces already in the area.[RL30172]

1989: Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru: Andean Initiative in War on Drugs, On September 15, 1989, President Bush announced that military and law enforcement assistance would be sent to help the Andean nations of Colombia, Bolivia, and Peru combat illicit drug producers and traffickers. By mid-September there were 50–100 U.S. military advisers in Colombia in connection with transport and training in the use of military equipment, plus seven Special Forces teams of 2–12 persons to train troops in the three countries.[RL30172]

1989: Philippines: Operation Classic Resolve, On December 2, 1989, President Bush reported that on December 1, Air Force fighters from Clark Air Base in Luzon had assisted the Aquino government to repel a coup attempt. In addition, 100 marines were sent from U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay to protect the United States Embassy in Manila.[RL30172]

1989–1990: Panama: United States invasion of Panama and Operation Just Cause, On December 21, 1989, President Bush reported that he had ordered U.S. military forces to Panama to protect the lives of American citizens and bring General Noriega to justice. By February 13, 1990, all the invasion forces had been withdrawn.[RL30172] Around 200 Panamanian civilians were reported killed. The Panamanian head of state, General Manuel Noriega, was captured and brought to the U.S.

1990: Liberia: On August 6, 1990, President Bush reported that a reinforced rifle company had been sent to provide additional security to the U.S. Embassy in Monrovia, and that helicopter teams had evacuated U.S. citizens from Liberia.[RL30172]

1990: Saudi Arabia: On August 9, 1990, President Bush reported that he launched Operation Desert Shield by ordering the forward deployment of substantial elements of the U.S. armed forces into the Persian Gulf region to help defend Saudi Arabia after the August 2 invasion of Kuwait by Iraq. On November 16, 1990, he reported the continued buildup of the forces to ensure an adequate offensive military option.[RL30172]American hostages being held in Iran.[RL30172]

1991: Iraq and Kuwait: Gulf War, On January 16, 1991, in response to the refusal by Iraq to leave Kuwait, U.S. and Coalition aircraft attacked Iraqi forces and military targets in Iraq and Kuwait in conjunction with a coalition of allies and under United Nations Security Council resolutions. On February 24, 1991, U.S.-led United Nation (UN) forces launched a ground offensive that finally drove Iraqi forces out of Kuwait within 100 hours. Combat operations ended on February 28, 1991, when President Bush declared a ceasefire.[RL30172]

1991–1996: Iraq: Operation Provide Comfort, Delivery of humanitarian relief and military protection for Kurds fleeing their homes in northern Iraq during the 1991 uprising, by a small Allied ground force based in Turkey which began in April 1991.

1991: Iraq: On May 17, 1991, President Bush stated that the Iraqi repression of the Kurdish people had necessitated a limited introduction of U.S. forces into northern Iraq for emergency relief purposes.[RL30172]

1991: Zaire: On September 25–27, 1991, after widespread looting and rioting broke out in Kinshasa, Air Force C-141s transported 100 Belgian troops and equipment into Kinshasa. American planes also carried 300 French troops into the Central African Republic and hauled evacuated American citizens.[RL30172]

1992: Sierra Leone: Operation Silver Anvil, Following the April 29 coup that overthrew President Joseph Saidu Momoh, a United States European Command (USEUCOM) Joint Special Operations Task Force evacuated 438 people (including 42 Third Country nationals) on May 3. Two Air Mobility Command (AMC) C-141s flew 136 people from Freetown, Sierra Leone, to the Rhein-Main Air Base in Germany and nine C-130 sorties carried another 302 people to Dakar, Senegal.[RL30172]

1992–1996: Bosnia and Herzegovina: Operation Provide Promise was a humanitarian relief operation in Bosnia and Herzegovina during the Yugoslav Wars, from July 2, 1992, to January 9, 1996, which made it the longest running humanitarian airlift in history.[9]

1992: Kuwait: On August 3, 1992, the United States began a series of military exercises in Kuwait, following Iraqi refusal to recognize a new border drawn up by the United Nations and refusal to cooperate with UN inspection teams.[RL30172]

1992–2003: Iraq: Iraqi no-fly zones, The U.S., United Kingdom, and its Gulf War allies declared and enforced “no-fly zones” over the majority of sovereign Iraqi airspace, prohibiting Iraqi flights in zones in southern Iraq and northern Iraq, conducting aerial reconnaissance, and several specific attacks on Iraqi air-defense systems as part of the UN mandate. Often, Iraqi forces continued throughout a decade by firing on U.S. and British aircraft patrolling no-fly zones.(See also Operation Northern Watch, Operation Southern Watch) [RL30172]

1992–1995: Somalia: Operation Restore Hope, Somali Civil War: On December 10, 1992, President Bush reported that he had deployed U.S. armed forces to Somalia in response to a humanitarian crisis and a UN Security Council Resolution in support for UNITAF. The operation came to an end on May 4, 1993. U.S. forces continued to participate in the successor United Nations Operation in Somalia (UNOSOM II).(See also Battle of Mogadishu)[RL30172]

1993–1995: Bosnia: Operation Deny Flight, On April 12, 1993, in response to a United Nations Security Council passage of Resolution 816, U.S. and NATO enforced the no-fly zone over the Bosnian airspace, prohibited all unauthorized flights and allowed to “take all necessary measures to ensure compliance with [the no-fly zone restrictions].”

1993: Macedonia: On July 9, 1993, President Clinton reported the deployment of 350 U.S. soldiers to the Republic of Macedonia to participate in the UN Protection Force to help maintain stability in the area of former Yugoslavia.[RL30172]

1994: Bosnia: Banja Luka incident, NATO become involved in the first combat situation when NATO U.S. Air Force F-16 jets shot down four of the six Bosnian Serb J-21 Jastreb single-seat light attack jets for violating UN-mandated no-fly zone.

1994–1995: Haiti: Operation Uphold Democracy, U.S. ships had begun embargo against Haiti. Up to 20,000 U.S. military troops were later deployed to Haiti to restore democratically elected Haiti President Jean-Bertrand Aristide from a military regime which came into power in 1991 after a major coup.[RL30172]

1994: Macedonia: On April 19, 1994, President Clinton reported that the U.S. contingent in Macedonia had been increased by a reinforced company of 200 personnel.[RL30172]

1995: Bosnia: Operation Deliberate Force, On August 30, 1995, U.S. and NATO aircraft began a major bombing campaign of Bosnian Serb Army in response to a Bosnian Serb mortar attack on a Sarajevo market that killed 37 people on August 28, 1995. This operation lasted until September 20, 1995. The air campaign along with a combined allied ground force of Muslim and Croatian Army against Serb positions led to a Dayton Agreement in December 1995 with the signing of warring factions of the war. As part of Operation Joint Endeavor, U.S. and NATO dispatched the Implementation Force (IFOR) peacekeepers to Bosnia to uphold the Dayton agreement.[RL30172]

1996: Liberia: Operation Assured Response, On April 11, 1996, President Clinton reported that on April 9, 1996 due to the :”deterioration of the security situation and the resulting threat to American citizens” in Liberia he had ordered U.S. military forces to evacuate from that country “private U.S. citizens and certain third-country nationals who had taken refuge in the U.S. Embassy compound….”[RL30172]

1996: Central African Republic, Operation Quick Response: On May 23, 1996, President Clinton reported the deployment of U.S. military personnel to Bangui, Central African Republic, to conduct the evacuation from that country of “private U.S. citizens and certain U.S. government employees”, and to provide “enhanced security for the American Embassy in Bangui.”[RL30172] United States Marine Corps elements of Joint Task Force Assured Response, responding in nearby Liberia, provided security to the embassy and evacuated 448 people, including between 190 and 208 Americans. The last Marines left Bangui on June 22.

1996: Kuwait: Operation Desert Strike, American Air Strikes in the north to protect the Kurdish population against the Iraqi Army attacks.

1996: Bosnia: Operation Joint Guard, On December 21, 1996, U.S. and NATO established the SFOR peacekeepers to replace the IFOR in enforcing the peace under the Dayton agreement.

1997: Albania: Operation Silver Wake, On March 13, 1997, U.S. military forces were used to evacuate certain U.S. government employees and private U.S. citizens from Tirana, Albania.[RL30172]

1997: Congo and Gabon: On March 27, 1997, President Clinton reported on March 25, 1997, a standby evacuation force of U.S. military personnel had been deployed to Congo and Gabon to provide enhanced security and to be available for any necessary evacuation operation.[RL30172]

1997: Sierra Leone: On May 29 and 30, 1997, U.S. military personnel were deployed to Freetown, Sierra Leone, to prepare for and undertake the evacuation of certain U.S. government employees and private U.S. citizens.[RL30172]

1997: Cambodia: On July 11, 1997, In an effort to ensure the security of American citizens in Cambodia during a period of domestic conflict there, a Task Force of about 550 U.S. military personnel were deployed at Utapao Air Base in Thailand for possible evacuations. [RL30172]

1998: Iraq: Operation Desert Fox, U.S. and British forces conduct a major four-day bombing campaign from December 16–19, 1998 on Iraqi targets.[RL30172]

1998: Guinea-Bissau: Operation Shepherd Venture, On June 10, 1998, in response to an army mutiny in Guinea-Bissau endangering the U.S. Embassy, President Clinton deployed a standby evacuation force of U.S. military personnel to Dakar, Senegal, to evacuate from the city of Bissau.[RL30172]

1998–1999: Kenya and Tanzania: U.S. military personnel were deployed to Nairobi, Kenya, to coordinate the medical and disaster assistance related to the bombing of the U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania.[RL30172]

1998: Afghanistan and Sudan: Operation Infinite Reach. On August 20, President Clinton ordered a cruise missile attack against two suspected terrorist training camps in Afghanistan and a suspected chemical factory in Sudan.[RL30172]

1998: Liberia: On September 27, 1998, America deployed a stand-by response and evacuation force of 30 U.S. military personnel to increase the security force at the U.S. Embassy in Monrovia. [1] [RL30172]

1999–2001: East Timor: Limited number of U.S. military forces deployed with the United Nations-mandated International Force for East Timor restore peace to East Timor.[RL30172]

1999: Serbia: Operation Allied Force: U.S. and NATO aircraft began a major bombing of Serbia and Serb positions in Kosovo on March 24, 1999, during the Kosovo War due to the refusal by Serbian President Slobodan Milošević to end repression against ethnic Albanians in Kosovo. This operation ended in June 10, 1999, when Milošević agreed to pull his troops out of Kosovo. In response to the situation in Kosovo, NATO dispatched the KFOR peacekeepers to secure the peace under UNSC Resolution 1244.[RL30172]

2000: Sierra Leone: On May 12, 2000, a U.S. Navy patrol craft deployed to Sierra Leone to support evacuation operations from that country if needed.[RL30172]
2000: Nigeria: Special Forces troops are sent to Nigeria to lead a training mission in the country.[10]
2000: Yemen: On October 12, 2000, after the USS Cole attack in the port of Aden, Yemen, military personnel were deployed to Aden.[RL30172]
2000: East Timor: On February 25, 2000, a small number of U.S. military personnel were deployed to support the United Nations Transitional Administration in East Timor (UNTAET). [RL30172]
2001: On April 1, 2001, a mid-air collision between a United States Navy EP-3E ARIES II signals surveillance aircraft and a People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) J-8II interceptor fighter jet resulted in an international dispute between the United States and the People’s Republic of China called the Hainan Island incident.
2001–2014: War in Afghanistan: The War on Terror begins with Operation Enduring Freedom. On October 7, 2001, U.S. Armed Forces invade Afghanistan in response to the 9/11 attacks and “begin combat action in Afghanistan against Al Qaeda terrorists and their Taliban supporters.”[RL30172]
2002: Yemen: On November 3, 2002, an American MQ-1 Predator fired a Hellfire missile at a car in Yemen killing Qaed Salim Sinan al-Harethi, an al-Qaeda leader thought to be responsible for the USS Cole bombing.[RL30172]
2002: Philippines: OEF-Philippines, As of January, U.S. “combat-equipped and combat support forces” have been deployed to the Philippines to train with, assist and advise the Philippines’ Armed Forces in enhancing their “counterterrorist capabilities.”[RL30172]
2002: Côte d’Ivoire: On September 25, 2002, in response to a rebellion in Côte d’Ivoire, U.S. military personnel went into Côte d’Ivoire to assist in the evacuation of American citizens from Bouaké.[11][RL30172]
2003–2011: War in Iraq: Operation Iraqi Freedom, March 20, 2003, The United States leads a coalition that includes the United Kingdom, Australia and Poland to invade Iraq with the stated goal being “to disarm Iraq in pursuit of peace, stability, and security both in the Gulf region and in the United States.”[RL30172]
2003: Liberia: Second Liberian Civil War, On June 9, 2003, President Bush reported that on June 8 he had sent about 35 U.S. Marines into Monrovia, Liberia, to help secure the U.S. Embassy in Nouakchott, Mauritania, and to aid in any necessary evacuation from either Liberia or Mauritania.[RL30172]
2003: Georgia and Djibouti: “US combat equipped and support forces” had been deployed to Georgia and Djibouti to help in enhancing their “counterterrorist capabilities.”[12]

2004: Haiti: 2004 Haitian coup d’état occurs, The US first sent 55 combat equipped military personnel to augment the U.S. Embassy security forces there and to protect American citizens and property in light. Later 200 additional US combat-equipped, military personnel were sent to prepare the way for a UN Multinational Interim Force, MINUSTAH.[RL30172]
2004: War on Terror: U.S. anti-terror related activities were underway in Georgia, Djibouti, Kenya, Ethiopia, Yemen, and Eritrea.[13]

2004–present: The U.S deploys drone strikes to aid in the War in North-West Pakistan
2005–2006: Pakistan: President Bush deploys troops from US Army Air Cav Brigades to provide Humanitarian relief to far remote villages in the Kashmir mountain ranges of Pakistan stricken by a massive earthquake.
2006: Lebanon: part of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit[14] begins evacuation of U.S. citizens willing to leave the country in the face of a likely ground invasion by Israel and continued fighting between Hezbollah and the Israeli military.[14][15]

2007 – The Mogadishu Encounter, on November 4, 2007, Somali Pirate’s boarded and attacked a North Korean merchant vessel. Passing U.S. Navy Ships and a helicopter that were patrolling at the time responded to the attack. Once the ship was freed from the pirates, the American forces were given permission to board and assist the wounded crew and handle surviving pirates.
2007: Somalia: Battle of Ras Kamboni, On January 8, 2007, while the conflict between the Islamic Courts Union and the Transitional Federal Government continues, an AC-130 gunship conducts an aerial strike on a suspected al-Qaeda operative, along with other Islamist fighters, on Badmadow Island near Ras Kamboni in southern Somalia.[16]
2008: South Ossetia, Georgia: Helped Georgia humanitarian aid,[17] helped to transport Georgian forces from Iraq during the conflict. In the past, the US has provided training and weapons to Georgia.


2010–present: al-Qaeda insurgency in Yemen: The U.S has been launching a series of drone strikes on suspected al-Qaeda, al-Shabaab, and ISIS positions in Yemen.
2010–2011: Operation New Dawn, On February 17, 2010, U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates announced that as of September 1, 2010, the name “Operation Iraqi Freedom” would be replaced by “Operation New Dawn”. This coincides with the reduction of American troops to 50,000.
2011: 2011 military intervention in Libya: Operation Odyssey Dawn, United States and coalition enforcing U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973 with bombings of Libyan forces.
2011: Osama Bin Laden is killed by U.S. military forces in Pakistan as part of Operation Neptune Spear.
2011: Drone strikes on al-Shabab militants begin in Somalia.[18] This marks the 6th nation in which such strikes have been carried out,[19] including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Yemen[20] and Libya.
2011–present: Uganda: U.S. Combat troops sent in as advisers to Uganda.[21]
2012: Jordan: 150 U.S. troops deployed to Jordan to help it contain the Syrian Civil War within Syria’s borders.
2012: Turkey: 400 troops and two batteries of Patriot missiles sent to Turkey to prevent any missile strikes from Syria.
2012: Chad: 50 U.S. troops have deployed to the African country of Chad to help evacuate U.S. citizens and embassy personnel from the neighboring Central African Republic’s capital of Bangui in the face of rebel advances toward the city.
2013: Mali: U.S. forces assisted the French in Operation Serval with air refueling and transport aircraft.
2013: Somalia: U.S. Air Force planes supported the French in the Bulo Marer hostage rescue attempt. However, they did not use any weapons.
2013: 2013 Korean crisis
2013: Navy SEALs conducted a raid in Somalia and possibly killed a senior Al-Shabaab official, simultaneously another raid took place in Tripoli, Libya, where Special Operations Forces captured Abu Anas al Libi (also known as Anas al-Libi)[22]
2014–present: Uganda: V-22 Ospreys, MC-130s, KC-135s and additional U.S. soldiers are sent to Uganda to continue to help African forces search for Joseph Kony.[23]
2014–present: American intervention in Iraq: Hundreds of U.S. troops deployed to protect American assets in Iraq and to advise Iraqi and Kurdish fighters.[24] In August the U.S. Air Force conducted a humanitarian air drop and the U.S. Navy began a series of airstrikes against Islamic State-aligned forces throughout northern Iraq.[25][26]
2014: 2014 American rescue mission in Syria: The U.S attempted to rescue James Foley and other hostages being held by ISIL. Air strikes were conducted on the ISIL military base known as “Osama bin Laden camp”. Meanwhile, the bombings, Delta teams parachuted near an ISIL high-valued prison. The main roads were blocked to keep any target from escaping. When no hostage was found, the American troops began house to house searches. By this time, ISIL militants began arriving to the area. Heavy fighting occurred until the Americans decided to abandon the mission due to the hostages being nowhere in the area. Although the mission failed, at least 5 ISIL militants were killed, however 1 American troop was wounded. According to the reports, Jordan had a role in the operation and that one Jordanian soldier had been wounded as well. This was unconfirmed.
2014–present: American-led intervention in Syria: American aircraft bomb Islamic State positions in Syria. Airstrikes on al-Qaeda, al-Nusra Front and Khorasan positions are also being conducted.
2014–present: Intervention against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant: Syrian locals forces and American-led coalition forces launch a series of aerial attacks on ISIL and al-Nusra Front positions in Iraq and Syria.
2014: 2014 Yemen hostage rescue operations against al-Qaeda: On November 25, U.S Navy SEAL’s and Yemeni Special Forces launched an operations in Yemen in attempt to rescue eight hostages that were being held by al-Qaeda. Although the operation was successful, no American hostages were secured. In the first attempt, six Yemenis, one Saudi Arabian, and one Ethiopian were rescued. On December 4, 2014, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) threatened to execute the Somers if the U.S failed to the unspecified commands. AQAP also stated that they would be executed if the U.S attempted another rescue operation. On December 6, a second operation was launched. 40 U.S SEALs and 30 Yemeni troops were deployed to the compound. A 10-minute fire fight occurred before the American troops could enter where the remaining hostages (Somers and Korkie) were being held. They were alive, but fatally wounded. Surgery was done in mid air when flying away from the site. Korkie died while in flight, and Somers died once landed on the USS Makin Island. No American troop was killed/injured, however a Yemenis soldier was wounded.
2015: April 30, 2015 U.S. sends ships to the Strait of Hormuz to shield vessels after Iranian Seizure of commercial vessel: The U.S. Navy deploys warships to protect American commercial vessels passing through the Strait of Hormuz from Iranian interference. Concerns were also raised that Iranian gunships were trailing a U.S. container ship. Iran additionally fired shots over the bow, and seized, a ship registered in the Marshall Islands, part of a long-standing dispute between the two nations.[27]
2015–present: In early October 2015, the US military deployed 300 troops to Cameroon, with the approval of the Cameroonian government, their primary mission was to provide intelligence support to local forces as well as conducting reconnaissance flights.
2017: 2017 Shayrat missile strike: Tomahawk missiles launched from US naval vessels in the Mediterranean hit a Syrian airbase in Homs Governorate in response to a chemical weapons attack against civilians south-west of Idlib. Seven are killed and nine are wounded.[28]

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Amoralisches Schweden NWO-Feld-Bordell für Allahs Invasions-Soldaten. “Wir tun es alle” – “es ist institutionalisiert”

Schweden ist berüchtigt für eine rücksichtslose Masseneinwanderung durch amoralische Politiker – vor allem marxistische Feministinnen und hier, die besonders anfällig sind, vom Islam angesteckt zu werden.Sie haben Schweden in ein “Neues Land” verwandelt, wo nicht Immigranten integriert werden sollen – sondern Schweden  neu-integriert werden müssen – und wo dogmatische Freimaurerei herrscht.
Schweden hat nahezu den Vergewaltigungs-Weltrekord – die Häufigkeit  ist seit 1975, als ein verantwortungsloses Parlament einstimmig dafür stimmte, dass Schweden im Einklang mit der  Eine-Welt-Politik der London City  multikulturell gemacht wurde, um 1472 gestiegen. Dabei wird  jede Opposition durch Medienkontrolle und Agitation, auch körperliche Angriffe auf Dissidenten (Sverigesdemokraterna) und Wörter wie “rassistisch”, “Nazi” in den Medien ausgerufen, was die Menschen von öffentlichen Arbeitsplätzen ausschließt.

Während das übrige Europa sich weigert, die Tausende von Subsahara-Migranten zu nehmen, die nach Italien von der italienischen Küstenwache und NGOs wie Mèdecins sans Frontieres nach Europa übergesetzt werden, kann Schweden einfach nicht genug bekommen – fliegt Tausende von ihnen nach Nordschweden zu einem Leben als Wohlfahrts-Begünstigte, die ungestört Vorbereitungen auf Allahs endgültige Übernahme des ideologisch verdunkelten Schweden und ähnlicher dummer selbstmörderischer europäischer Länder (Koransura 33:27). Dabei erfüllt sich   Coudenhove Kalergis und Sarkozys Wunschtraum: Kinder gemischter Rasse erzeugen – muslimische Kinder, wie dieser Imam schreit, um Europa zu erobern. “Wir wollen  ihnen Fertilität geben!” Und viele unserer amoralischen Frauen sind mehr als willig.

Der folgende Bericht zeigt, wie unglaublich niedrig Schweden und seine Frauen gesunken sind: Schweden ist Bordell für muslimische Einwanderer geworden!


Infowars 18 Sept. 2015: Aswedish-girlsrabische Webseiten, die von Menschen-Schmugglern eingerichtet werden, behaupten, dass Migranten in Schweden schnell Asyl bekommen können und dass sie in Luxushotels untergebracht werden, bis die Regierung eine freie Unterkunft für sie findet, alles auf Steuerzahlerkosten.
“Unter anderem werden den Arabern willige, blonde schwedishe Freundinnen versprochen, und dass schwedische Frauen echte Männer brauchen”, schreibt Dala-Demokraten. Bilder von blonden Schönheiten werden veröffentlicht

Eine Frau mittleren Alters, die anonym für den linken Blog Blankspot schrieb, enthüllte, wie es üblich ist, dass sie die Freiwilligen “Kinder” -Migranten in ihre Häuser nehmen und mit ihnen Geschlechtsverkehr haben. “Von Zeit zu Zeit wird  er die Nacht bei mirverbringen, “schrieb die Frau und fügte hinzu:” Jetzt taugt das Sofa nicht mehr, er schläft mit mir in meinem Bett.”

  “Ich schreibe für eine Freundin,” Hilfe, ich muss ihn in mein Bett nehmen “. “Wir alle machen es, mach dir keine Sorgen.  So ist es, hm Intimität geben, das ist alles, was man tun kann “.


Academikerin Ann Heberlein sgte dass solches Benehmen  “völlig akzeptiert und institutionalisert ist”

Die Geschichte wird als eine missbräuchliche Handlung im Namen der Frauen gesponnen, weil die “Flüchtlinge” angeblich Minderjährige seien, aber laut Schwedens eigener regierungs-unterstützter Studie vor kurzem erwiesen sich mindestens 75% der so genannten Kinderflüchtlinge  als Erwachsene nach umfangreichen medizinischen Tests

“Ich möchte nicht schwedisch sein, ich schäme mich, als ich diese Flüchtlinge traf, die so verletzt und niedergeschlagen sind”, sagt Anita Dorazio (kein schwedischer Name), die  als “Schwede des Jahres” gewählt wurde!

Dies ist nicht der erste Bericht über linksgerichtete “Füchtlings-Willkommens”-Aktivisten und Freiwillige, die Sex mit Migranten haben (nicht zu sprechen von denjenigen, die vergewaltigt werden).

 Die große Integration – der identitätslosen schwedischen Frauen und Allahs muslimischen Soldaten, die geschickt werden, um Europa zu erobern

In einer verwandten Geschichte zeigte  eine andere schwedische Frau Lap-dance  für “Kinder-flücht-linge” (Migranten in ihren 20er und 30er Jahren) und mit “intimen Beziehungen zu ihnen in einem Asylzentrum in Åmål.Freiwillige, die im Calais-Migrantenlager in Frankreich arbeiteten, bevor es abgerissen wurde, wurden auch von anderen Wohltätigkeitsarbeitern angeklagt, Sex mit Migranten zu haben.
Ein Whistleblower, der im Calais-Camp arbeitete, sagte, Frauen hätten Sex mit “Jungs, die vermutlich unter dem Alter der Zustimmung sind”, sowie dass sie sich mit mehreren verschiedenen Sexualpartnern jeden Tag prostituierten.Die Gründerin von CareForCalais, ein freiwilliges Wohltätigkeitsorgan, verließ auch ihren Mann für eine Beziehung zu einem tunesischen Migranten, der sie später um Tausende von Pfund betrog:.Clare Moseley begann eine Beziehung mit einem Migranten, nachdem sie “die Politik kein Sex mit Migranten für  ihre Wohltätigkeitsorganisation” gefördert hatte.
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Amoral Sweden NWO Field Brothel for Allah´s Invasion Soldiers. “We all do it” – “It Is Institutionalized”

“But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be. For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be” (Matth. 24:37-39).


Sweden is notorious for a ruthless mass immigration due to amoral politicians – in particular Marxist feminists  and here who are particularly prone to be infected by Islam changing Sweden into a “new country“, where not immigrants are to be integrated  – but Swedes have to be re-integrated – and dogmatic Freemasonry rules.
Sweden has near-world record in rapes – the freqency has gone up by 1472 since 1975 when an irresponsible parliament unanimously voted for making Sweden multicultural in concordance with the London City one-world  policy – stifling any opposition by means of media control and agitation, even physical attacks on dissidents (Sverigesdemokraterna) and words like “racist”, “nazi” in the media, which exclude people from holding public jobs.

While the rest of Europe refuses to take the many thousands of Subsaharan migrants being ferried to Italy by the Italian Coastal Guard and NGOs like Mèdecins sans Frontieres  Sweden simply cannot have enough of them, but is flying thousands of them to Northern Sweden to a life as welfare beneficiaries who can undisturbed prepare Allah´s final take over of spineless Sweden  and similar stupid suicidal European countries (sura 33:27) – and beget Coudenhove Kalergis- and Sarkozy´s wishful dream: mixed race children – Muslim children to conquer Europe. “We will give them  fertility”, this imam cries. And many of our amoral women are more than willing. 

 However, the following Report reveals how incredibly low Sweden and its women have sunk: Sweden has become a brothel for Muslim immigrants!


Infowars 18 Sept. 2015:  Arab Websites set up by people smugglers assert that migrants can get asylum quickly in Sweden and that they will be housed in luxury hotels until the government finds free accommodation for them, all at taxpayer expense.
“Among other things, the Arabs are promised their own free young willing blondswedish-girlsSwedish girlfriends, and that Swedish women require real men,” writes Dala-Demokraten. Pictures of blonde beauties are published

A middle-aged woman writing anonymously for the left-wing blog Blankspot revealed how it’s normal practice for volunteers to take “child” migrants into their homes and have intercourse with them.“From time to time gets to stay the night at my place,” wrote the woman, adding, “Now the sofa doesn’t work anymore, he gets to sleep with me in my bed.”

 “I text a friend, “Help, I have to take him in my bed”. “We all do it, don’t worry. That’s how it is, give him intimacy, that’s all you can do”.

Academic Ann Heberlein said that such behaviour is “fully accepted and institutionalized”.

The story is being spun as an abusive act on behalf of the women because the “refugees” are supposedly minors, but as Sweden’s own government-backed study recently concluded, at least 75% of so-called child refugees were proven to be adults after extensive medical tests.

“I don´t want to be Swedish. I am ashamed when I meet these refugees who are so violated and downcast”, says Anita Dorazio (not a Swedish name) who has been chosen as the Swede of the Year!

This is not the first report about leftist “refugees welcome” activists and volunteers having sex with migrants (not counting the ones who are raped).

The great integration – of identity less Swedish women and Allah´s Muslim soldiers sent to conquer Europe

In a related story, another Swedish woman has been exposed as performing lap dances for “child refugees” (migrants in their 20’s and 30’s) and having “intimate relationships with them at an asylum centre in Åmål.

Volunteers working at the Calais migrant camp in France before it was demolished were also accused of having sex with migrants by other charity workers.

A whistleblower who worked at the Calais camp said women were having sex with “boys believed to be under the age of consent,” as well as prostituting themselves out to several different sexual partners every day.

The founder of CareForCalais, a volunteer charity, also left her husband for a relationship with a Tunisian migrant who later ripped her off for thousands of pounds.

Clare Moseley began a relationship with the migrant after she had “promoted her charity’s no sex with migrants policy”.

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Wie Theresa May von Manchester und Londoner Terror Attacken profitiert. Terrorist hinterlässt ID-Karte! Anführer lange von Polizei und MI5 geschützt!

NACHTRAG:  The Daily Caller 6 June 2017: The third terrorist behind Saturday’s London Bridge attack has been identified as Youssef Zaghba, a Moroccan-Italian man previously known to authorities.
He attempted to travel to Syria last year but was stopped at the airport in Bologna.
Italian authorities allegedly tipped off British authorities about his movements, but he was still allowed to move to Britain and start a job at a restaurant.

Der dritte Terrorist hinter dem Londoner Bridge-Angriff wurde als Youssef Zaghba, ein marokkanisch-italienischer Mann, der zuvor den Behörden bekannt war, identifiziert.
Er versuchte im vergangenen Jahr nach Syrien zu reisen, wurde aber am Flughafen in Bologna gestoppt.
Die italienischen Behörden haben angeblich britische Behörden über seine Bewegungen informiert, aber er durfte dennoch nach Großbritannien ziehen und einen Job in einem Restaurant beginnen.


Der London Bridge Terror-Angriff folgt dem Muster aller falschen Flaggenangriffe:  “Es ist für Allah!”, riefen die Täter.

Die Metropolitan Police hat nun die Namen und Identitäten von 2 Terroristen veröffentlicht. Butt scheint der Rädelsführer zu sein.

 The Daily Mail 5 June 2015: Mohammed Shafiq, Chef der Ramadhan Foundation, sagte: Es ist klar, dass Anjem Choudhury und seine Bande von Terroristen-Sympathisanten – zu der Butt gehörte –  seit vielen Jahren der Polizei bekannt waren.
“Viele von uns in der britischen muslimischen Gemeinschaft forderten Maßnahmen gegen diese Extremisten ohne Erfolg.
Ich fordere eine sofortige Untersuchung darüber, was die Polizei wusste, was getan wurde und warum nicht gegen sie eingegriffen wurde.
Khuram Shazad Butt war der Polizei und MI5 seit Jahren bekannt – lt. der Metropolitan Police.

Choudhury ist nun im Gefängnis wegen Hass-Predigten. Warum haben seine Jünger  – einschl. Butt – frei herumlaufen können?

Diese Falschflaggen sind unzählbar seit NATOs Gladio-Morden. Mir fällt das Tagebuchnotat des Zionisten, Theodor Herzl, ein: Seite 83: “Es wäre eine gute Idee, respektable, akkreditierte Antisemiten als Liquidatoren von (jüdischem) Eigentum zu berufen. Seite 84: Die Antisemiten werden unsere zuverlässigsten Freunde, die antisemitischen Länder unsere Verbündeten” (Um Juden so zu quälen, so dass sie sich in Palästina niederlassen würden).

GENAU DAS PRINZIP BENUTZEN NUN UNSERE POLITIKER ERFOLGREICH GEGEN UNS, damit wir uns  London Citys Eine-Weltregierung unterwerfen, um uns vor Katastrophen zu schützen . Die idee haben sie durch ihre Superlogen von der jüdischen London City, wie von deren Agent – George Soros – eingeräumt und hier und hier.  

Butt ist der Polizei wohlbekannt, die ihn sehr wohl als ihren Agenten benutzt haben kann – man hat sogar einen Ausweis hinterlassen – wie üblich:
The Daily Mail 5 June 2017 Der 27-jährige muslimische Extremist namens Abz  (Butt) (sein Spitzname) erschien in einem TV-Dokumentarfilm im vergangenen Jahr über britische Jihadisten im Channel 4. – und er entfaltete sogar eine ISIS-Flagge im Regent Park.
Das hinterlässt Sicherheitsdienste mit schwierigen Fragen.

Ein Freund des Verdächtigen rief die Anti-Terror-Hotline an, weil er besessen war, Hass-Prediger-Videos auf YouTube zu beobachten und die Polizei wurde später gewarnt, dass er versuchte, Kinder in einem lokalen Park zu radikalisieren und ihnen Leckereien zu geben, um ihm zuzuhören
The Telegraph behauptet, dass die Polizisten der Terrorismusbekämpfung in Barking am Vorabend des Terrorangriffs eine Terrorzelle beobachteten.

Er wurde auf der Kamera neben zwei berüchtigten Predigern gefangen, die der Polizei und dem Nachrichtendienst  bekannt waren. Abzs Familie waren alle Sozialhilfeempfänger

The Daily Caller  4 June 2017: Die britische Premierministerin, Theresa May, forderte eine mutige Maßnahme.

Nein, Mai forderte nicht die Reform der Einwanderungspolitik des Vereinigten Königreichs oder die Schließung bekannter extremistischer Moscheen. Sie forderte stattdessen die Beschränkung des Internets.
Wir sollten misstrauisch sein, dass die britische Regierung im Namen der Bekämpfung des “Extremismus” im Internet niederschlagen möchte. Zum einen wäre der “Extremismus”, der wahrscheinlich unter die Zensur geraten würde, von Kritikern des Islamismus und nicht vom Islamismus selbst.
Das Vereinigte Königreich hat bereits eine lange Aufzeichnung für die Ausrichtung auf so genannte “Islamophobie” im Internet verbreitet. Im Jahr 2013 verhaftete die britische Regierung mitten in der Nacht mehrere Bürgerinnen und Bürger wegen ihrer “rassistischen” Kommentare nach einer muslimischenextremistischen Enthauptung eines britischen Soldaten, Lee Rigby, am hellichten Tag.

Im Februar 2016 verhaftete die britische Polizei einen schottischen Mann, der über die große Zahl von Flüchtlingen verärgert war, die sich in seiner Kleinstadt niederließen sollten.

Einen Monat später nahmen die Behörden einen Londoner Mann für seinen scheinbar “islamophoben” Tweet als Reaktion auf den Brüsseler Terrorangriff fest.

Als die politische Kommentatorin Katie Hopkins einen Aufruf an britische Männer zum Schutz ihrer Frauen und Kinder vor Terror nach der Manchester-Konzert-Bombe herausgab, kündigte die Londoner Metro-Polizei an, dass sie den Fall untersuchten.

Es ist nur das Vereinigte Königreich, das hier besprochen wird. So ziemlich jedes einzelne westeuropäische Land ist besessen von dem Verschweigen der “Hassrede” online und Deutschland ist so weit gegangen, dass es droht, Facebook mit massiven $ 53 Millionen Strafgeld zu treffen, wenn die Plattform nicht mit ihren Forderungen übereinstimmt, “kränkende” Ansichten zu zensieren.

Die europäischen Hassredegesetze sind in erster Linie dazu bestimmt, rechtsextreme Ansichten zu unterdrücken, die das politische Establishment nicht mag, wie die Beschränkung der Immigration und Islamkritik.

All diese Aktionen werden unternommen, um Unzufriedenheit mit der multikulturellen Agenda, die Europas Elite begünstigt, und die mit dem Schutz der Europäer wenig zu tun hat, zu zerquetschen. 

Zur gleichen Zeit nahm in Australien ein muslimischer Schütze, der der Anti-Terror-Polizei wohl-bekannt ist, eine Frau als Geisel und wird verdächtigt, einen Mann getötet zu haben. Er rief eine TV-Newsraum während der Belagerung an, um zu behaupten: “Das ist für IS, das ist für al-Qaida”.

Der muslimische London-Bürgermeister Sadiq Khan, sagte, Terrorismus sei nur “Teil und Paket des Lebens in einer großen Stadt.”
Außer wenn man in Tokio, Budapest, Prag, Warschau wohnt.
Oder in jeder anderen großen Stadt ohne eine riesige muslimische Bevölkerung.
Höhere muslimische Bevölkerung, höheres Terrorproblem, das ist Tatsache.
Wir können nicht so weitermachen.

 Vergleichen Sie nun mit dieser Neujahrsrede von May’s Vorgänger, David Cameron, der  Eingreifen gegen nicht-gewalttätigen Extremismus verlangt, nicht nur gegen Hass-Predigt-Imamen, sondern auch  Prediger, die  Christi Ansichten  und hier und hier auf pharisäische Juden teilen – auch auf die Natur des Teufels: Christi diametralen Gegners (“Ein Mörder und ein Lügner” – Johannes 8:44). Denn das ist auch die Natur von Allah und hier und hier  usw. – und noch schlimmer von den Illuminaten-Freimaurern, die Cameron und May aus der London City 

Also, Mai und Cameron und ihre Herrscher-Kollegen/Innen verwenden gewalttätige Muslime für ihren schmutzigen NWO-Job, um den Befürwortern der Alten Weltordnung zum Schweigen zu bringen! Und ihre Methode sind falsche Flaggen: Die 7. Juli-Londoner Bomben und wieder im März 2017 und Paris und hier, die Boston Marathon Bomben im April 2013 und die 11. Sept. Angriffe in New York und Washington DC, Nizza und Orlando und Berlin und der Brüsseler Falschflaggenangriff und hier und besonders hier. Usw. sowie weitere 42 regierungseingestandene falsche Flaggen,  und die Manchester-Bombe.

Diese Roboter geben vor, “der Islam sei die Religion des Friedens” – trotz unzähliger Terroraktionen der muslimischen Jihadisten, trotz des Korans, der Hadithe und eigener Aussagen der Muslime.

Sehen Sie in diesem Video,  wie – nicht dumm, sondern verlogen – diese Politiker sind. Cameron sagt, ein Zusammenstoß zwischen den “Zivilisationen” sei Quatsch – aber die Muslime sagen, die Briten sollten verstehen, dass sie im Krieg sind. Mit wem? Den undankbaren bösen Eroberern, denen auch alle anderen europäischen Länder Schutz gewähren -sogar bezahlen – weil “unsere” rücksichtslosen Politiker keineswegs bereit sind, diesen Wahnsinn zu stoppen.

Das jüngste londoner Massaker sieht aus wie viele vorherige falsche Flaggen. Jedes Mal ist das herrschende System der Begünstigte: Mai verliert anscheinend ihren Vorsprung vor der Labour-Partei vor den Parlamentswahlen am 8. Juni und Corbyn will die masseneinwanderung nicht stoppen (May in Wirklichkeit auch nicht!).  Laut der jüngsten Umfrage ist Labour nur um ein Prozent hinter den Tories.
Mehr Polizeistaat, wie es von den Herrschern gewünscht wird, folgt jedes Mal auf Terror/falsche Flaggen. Insbesondere wollen sie das freie Internet erwürgen – und das ist das erste, was May jetzt tun wolle – nicht die Einwanderung stoppen oder die vielen Muslime aus Großbritannien zurückschicken – obwohl sie offen erklären, dass sie das Vereinigte Königreich erobern wollen, und dass die  schwarze Flagge des Islams bald über Downing Street 10 wehen werde.
Das ist keine Dummheit. Es sind Freimaurerische Luziferische gehirngewaschene Politiker/Innen.

Wer ist schlimmer: Die immer bereitwilligen kriminellen Muslime – oder ihre Illuminaten- / Freimaurer-Rädelsführer?



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How Theresa May´s Benefits from Manchester and London Terror Attacks. Terrorist Leaves ID Card! Leader Long Protected by Policeand MI5!

ADDENDUM:  The Daily Caller 6 June 2017: The third terrorist behind Saturday’s London Bridge attack has been identified as Youssef Zaghba, a Moroccan-Italian man previously known to authorities.
He attempted to travel to Syria last year but was stopped at the airport in Bologna.
Italian authorities allegedly tipped off British authorities about his movements, but he was still allowed to move to Britain and start a job at a restaurant.


The London Bridge terror attack follows the pattern of all false flag attacks: “It is for Allah!”, the perpetrators shouted.

The Metropolitan Police has now released the names ans identities of 2 terrorists. Butt seems to be the ringleader.

 The Daily Mail 5 June 2015: Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation, said: It is clear that Anjem Choudhury and his band of terrorist – including Butt – sympathisers were known to the Police for many years.
‘Many of us in the British Muslim community have been demanding action against these extremists to no avail.
I call for an immediate investigation into what the police knew, what was done and why action was not taken against them.

Khuram Shazad Butt was known to the police and MI5 for years – acc. to the Metropolitan Police.

Choudary is now in prison for hate preaching. Why has his disciples been allowed to walk freely around?

These false flags are innumerable since NATO’s Gladio murders. Zionist Theodor Herzl diary entry  just struck me: P. 83:”It would be a good idea to ask respectable, accredited anti-Semites to be liquidators of (Jewish) property. Page 84: The anti-Semites become our most reliable friends, the anti-Semitic countries ours allies” ( to torment Jews so that they would settle in Palestine).

THAT IS EXACTLY THE PRINCIPLE OUR POLITICIANS ARE SUCCESSFULLY USINF AGAINST US (To make us submit to their totalitarian NWO one-world state for safety). They have been given the idea through their superlodges from the Jewish  London City, as admitted by their agent – George Soros, and here and here..  

Butt is well-known to the police who may very well have used him as their agent – one even leaving his ID card as usual:
The Daily Mail 5 June 2017The 27-year-old Muslim extremist called Abz (Butt) by his nickname  appeared in a TV documentary last year about British jihadis on Channel 4. – and even unfurled an ISIS flag in Regent Park.
This leaves security services with difficult question

A friend of the suspect called the anti-terror hotline because he became obsessed with watching hate preacher videos on YouTube and police were later warned he was trying to radicalise children in a local park and giving them treats to listen to him

The Telegraph claims that counter-terrorism officers were watching a terror cell in Barking on the eve of the terror attack.

He was caught on camera alongside two notorious preachers who were well known to police and intelligence
It was also alleged police were warned about the suspect radicalising children in a local park two years ago. Abz´s   family were all on benefits.

Gardai in Ireland have confirmed that an Irish ID card was found on the body of another of the killers – who is believed to have been born in Morocco but living in Dublin.
Note the Twitter Video mentioned uses cookies to analyze and personalize – BIG BROTHER!

The ringleader of the London Bridge terror attack was a former Underground and KFC worker known for his extremist views.
The 27-year-old attacker, who can only be identified as ‘Abz’ at the request of police, was a home-grown jihadi who came to UK from Pakistan as a child and spent his life in Barking, East London.

And British Prime Minister Thereas May´s reaction
The Daily Caller 4 June 2017:  “We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed,” May said.

Yet that is precisely what the Internet and the big companies that provide Internet-based services provide,” May continued. “We need to work with allied democratic governments to reach international agreements that regulate cyberspace to prevent the spread of extremist and terrorism planning.”

The Daily Caller  4 June 2017British Prime Minister Theresa May called for a bold measure.

No, May did not call for reforming the United Kingdom’s immigration policies or shutting down known extremist mosques. She instead called for restricting the internet.
We should be suspicious of the British government wanting to clamp down on the internet in the name of combating “extremism.” For one, the “extremism” that would likely come under regulation would be from critics of Islamism, rather than Islamism itself.
The UK already has a lengthy record for targeting so-called “Islamophobia” spread on the Internet. Back in 2013, the British government arrested several citizens in the middle of the night over their “racist” comments following a Muslim extremist decapitating British soldier Lee Rigby in broad daylight.

In February 2016, U.K. police arrested a Scottish man who was upset over the large number of refugees who were set to settle in his small town.
A month later, authorities detained a London man for his apparently “Islamophobic” tweet in response to the Brussels terror attack.

When political commentator Katie Hopkins tweeted a call for British men to protect their wives and children from terror after the Manchester concert bombing, London Metro police announced they were investigating the case. 

And this is just the United Kingdom being discussed here. Pretty much every single Western European country is obsessed with silencing “hate speech” online and Germany has gone as far as to threaten to hit Facebook with a massive $53 million fine if the platform doesn’t comply with its demands to censor “offensive” views
European hate speech laws are designed primarily to suppress right-wing views the political establishment doesn’t like, such as restricting immigration and questioning Islam. All of these actions are done to crush dissent against the multicultural agenda favored by Europe’s elite and have little to do with protecting Europeans.

At the same time, in Australia a Muslim  gunman, well-known to counter-terrorism police,  took a woman hostage and is suspected of killing another man. He called up a TV newsroom during the siege to claim: ‘This is for IS, this is for al-Qaeda’.

Muslim London Mayor Sadiq Khan said terrorism is just “part and parcel of living in a major city.”
Except if you live in Tokyo, Budapest, Prague, Warsaw.
Or any other big city without a huge Muslim population.
Higher Muslim population, higher terror problem. Fact.
We cannot go on like this.

Now compare with this New Years speech by May´s predecessor: David Cameron who calls for clamp-down on non-violent extremism, not only hate-preaching imams but  also preachers sharing Christ´s views and here and here on Pharisaic Jews and on the nature of the Devil: Christ´s diametrical opponent (A murderer and a liar – John 8:44). For this is also the nature of Allah and here and here etc.- and even worse of the Masonic Illuminati directing Cameron and May from the London City.

So, May and Cameron are using violent Muslims for their dirty NWO job of silencing advocates of the Old World Order! And their method is false flags: The 7/7 London bombs and again in March 2017 and  Paris  and here the Boston Marathon bombings in April of 2013, and the 9/11 attacks in New York and Washington DC., Nice, and Orlando and Berlin and the  Brussels false flag attack and here and particularly hereetc. and another 42 governmentally admitted false flags and the Manchester bomb.

These robots pretend to believe “Islam is the religion of peace” – in spite of innumerable terror actions by Muslim Jihadis, the Koran, the Hadiths, and Muslims own statements .

See this video to see how – not foolish, but mendacious – these politicians are. Cameron says a clash between “civilizations” is nonsense – but the Muslims say the British should understand they are at war.  With whom? The ungrateful evil conquerors all other European countries are granting shelter, too – even paying for – while “our”  callous politicians are totally unwilling to stop this madness.

The latest London massacre looks like many previous false flags. Every time the ruling system is the beneficiary: May is apparently losing to Labour which acc. to latest poll is just one percent behind the Tories before the 8. June parliamentary election – for Corbyn will not stop the mass immigration (May de facto not either!). More police state as wanted by the rulers follows every time. In particular, they want to stifle the free internet – and that´s the first thing May now wants to do – not to stop immigration or return the many Muslims in the UK – although they openly declare they will conquer the UK and that Islam´s black flag will soon fly over Downing Street 10.
This is not stupidity. It is Masonic Luciferian brainwashed persons.

Who is worse: The always willing criminal Muslims – or their Illuminati/Masonic masterminds?

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Bilderberg 2017 NWO Conspirators Discussing how They Can Oust Trump. Can Trump Trust his Top Official Participants?

In 2011, then Bilderberger Chairman, Étienne Davignon, gave an interview to the Economist, which also brought articles on the Bilderbergers and here . In The Economist 20 Jan 2011, Carnegie’s president, Bilderberger Jessica Mathews, is quoted as saying;  “The key to wielding influence is very simple. You hire the best people.” Indeed, money rules the world.

Many think those secretive discussions shape the destiny of the world. I think these meetings are used to school politicians and media people into the elite´s NWO ideology and plans
made long ago in the London City.

David Knight of Infowars states a plain fact: Bilderberg is ISIS: It´s leaders of the London City and their stooges, “our” politicians and business tycoons, who are the masterminds of ISIS alongside with Israel. That´s why ISIS never attacks Israel or the USA:

The New American 2 June 2017:  Several top officials in the Trump administration are attending this year’s secrecy-obsessed Bilderberg meeting, an annual globalist gathering of the world’s self-appointed elites and a select group of their “useful idiots.” The reason for their attendance was not immediately clear, nor was it clear whether President Trump had approved their visit. But the implications could be massive, and analysts say Trump should be on guard.

The question that remains, then, is whether Trump officials at Bilderberg are more loyal to the globalist schemers behind the summit, or their boss and their oath of office to the U.S. Constitution. Trump should make sure he knows the answer definitively before relying on their advice.

The 65th Bilderberg Meeting to take place from 1 – 4 June 2017 in Chantilly, Virginia, USA.


The 65th Bilderberg Meeting will take place from 1-4 June 2017 in Chantilly, Virginia, USA. As of today, 131 participants from 21 countries have confirmed their attendance. As ever, a diverse group of political leaders and experts from industry, finance, academia and the media has been invited.
The list of participants is available here.

The key topics for discussion this year include:
The Trump Administration: A progress report (emphasized by author)
Trans-Atlantic relations: options and scenarios
The Trans-Atlantic defence alliance: bullets, bytes and bucks
The direction of the EU
Can globalisation be slowed down?
Jobs, income and unrealised expectations
The war on information
Why is populism growing?
Russia in the international order
The Near East
Nuclear proliferation
Current events

Comment: Does “progress report” mean that Trump has grown more obedient and submissive to his master in the London City?

President Donald Trump and his administration are literally at the top of the Bilderberg discussion agenda for 2017, an official press release from the summit organizers shows (above). There to help formulate the president’s “Progress Report,” as the Bilderberg statement describes it, are at least a few of Trump’s top officials — all of whom have longstanding links to the establishment swamp. But with the would-be global rulers of humanity sneaking around behind closed doors and heavily armed guards, this time in Chantilly, Virginia, for the four-day conference that began Thursday, little reliable information is likely to emerge publicly in the immediate future.

Among the senior Trump officials attending the June 1 – 4, 2017 Bilderberg summit are H.R. McMaster , Trump’s national security advisor.
Also attending are Trump’s controversial Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross. Nadia Schadlow, a CFR member, identified as “Deputy Assistant to the President, National Security Council,” is also on the list.
And Chris Liddle, a CFR member and Assistant to the President of the United States) A number of reputed advisors to Trump are also participating – among them Henry “New World Order” Kissinger, purportedly an old friend of Trump´s.

Lieutenant General McMaster, for example, is still listed as a member of the globalist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)— a (Rothschild) organization that even former members have described as a subversive outfit working to destroy U.S. sovereignty in exchange for “global government ” and here as called for by now 3/4 of Brits!

But it’s even worse than that. “The main purpose of the Council on Foreign Relations is promoting the disarmament of U.S. sovereignty and national independence, and submergence into an all-powerful one-world government,former Admiral and CFR member Chester Ward admiral warned, adding that “this lust to surrender the sovereignty and independence of the United States is pervasive throughout most of the membership.” In other words, not everyone in the CFR is a fanatical globalist determined to sell out America’s sovereignty.

Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, whose husband attended Bilderberg as a virtual nobody before becoming president, once boasted that the CFR tells her what she should be doing and how she should be thinking.

The Bilderberg group has a similar agenda to the CFR — as even its own attendees have admitted — but it brings together like-minded globalists from Europe, as well. In 2001, former British chancellor of the exchequer and Bilderberg bigwig Denis Healey told the U.K. Guardian that it was a little “exaggerated, but not wholly unfair” to say that the outfit’s overall goal was to impose a global government on humanity.

American attendees at Bilderberg are in flagrant violation of the statute, which makes it a crime for U.S. citizens to work on policy with foreign officials behind closed doors without proper approval 
Trump’s U.S. Commerce Secretary, Wilbur Ross, for example, is listed as an attendee this year. But before his job running Trump’s Commerce Department, Ross was a senior managing director at Rothschild, Inc. The Rothschild family often pops up in connection with Bilderberg, and many of its minions frequently attend, although sometimes their Rothschild connection is not highlighted on the guest list.
Billionaire globalist agitator and financier George Soros was (is) also a Rothschild protégè, as was (is) new French President Emmanuel Macron. Leading Rothschild family members have no problem endorsing known communists associated with mass-murdering regimes for top positions in global organizations such as the United Nations.

The elite consider Trump to be the biggest threat to globalization that they have confronted in a very long time, and most of them would love to see Trump removed from office somehow,” argued Michael Snyder, a popular liberty-minded Christian blogger“Out of everything that Trump has done so far, pulling out of the Paris climate agreement is going to be the thing that the elite hate the most. So as much as they wanted him gone before, now their hatred for him is going to go to a whole new level

In an article posted on the Drudge Report, Infowars editor Paul Joseph Watson, citing sources close to the conference, reported that the Bilderberg summit would focus on bringing down Trump’s agenda. “The reason that three members of the Trump administration — HR McMaster, Wilbur Ross and Chris Liddell — have been invited to attend this year’s meeting in Chantilly, Virginia is that Bilderberg thinks there is still a chance to put pressure on Trump to force him to back down on his America-first agenda.”

Wenn der Trump das nicht tut, steht er genau wie Abraham Lincoln und John F. Kennedy der NWO im Wege. Gegen so gibt es auch ein probates Mittel.

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