For the people by the people; amended: for the corporation, by the corporation. The constitution says the pursuit of happiness, but does not guarantee it. American citizens do not live with a government for the people, by the people as the constitution requires; we live with a Fascist Corporate Regime that dictates policy based on profiteering and enslavement of the masses; a return to monarchical style serfdom which the American Revolutionary War was fought to free our ancestors from but has been making a comeback. This means that Americans need to quit being complacent passivists and start punching back. Consider that the government has been hijacked from the American people by corporations and special interest groups which leads to the military doing work on the corporations’ behalf, not the people's.
Conflicts in the Arab regions, also dubbed the Middle East, have allowed the diminished perception of the United States to be reinforced. Overwhelming antagonism is very present by the people towards the government regime’s longing to stir up more trouble in the Middle East. The trouble stirred up is not founded in protection of the domestic homeland nor contributes to any national interest whatsoever.
When Britain setup Israel in 1948, they knew it was a bad idea. They forced people off their land, Palestinians, and artificially divided the Arab world into these political countries we hear so much about; Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, etc. All of these countries consider themselves one nation; the Arab Nation. Surprisingly, the news outlets only promote the Israeli propaganda, which is why they are often accused of being controlled by Jews, which would be better phrased controlled by Israelis. US government support of Israel continues to perturb those people whose homes were bulldozed and lands accommodated after World War II, and yet the corporate media here fails time after time to explain why those “terrorists” are upset.
Imagine if tomorrow someone shows up and says, "This here book says your land is ours, now git." When you don't git, they shoot at you, bulldoze your house and take the land your great ancestors had lived upon for numerous generations. Then after they've built their new homes on your land they start doing the same thing to the people who used to be your neighbors who are now as understandably upset as you are. They've stolen your land, built new houses on it and won't let you in. Then they tell anyone who asks what’s wrong with those people, "oh, they’re just crazy extremist terrorists, that’s all."
Interestingly, the US government did not take military action against Israel after they napalmed Egyptian ground forces to expand their land-grab. Israel then turned to Syria to further their land-grab, curiously, still no intervention. Israel’s militant action against unsuspecting Egyptians and Syrians is often called the six day war, which was really an Israeli military blitzkrieg, which even included modified Sherman tanks.
The reason the US government is interested is the huge amount of money the politicians are paid off with by the pro-Israeli lobby as well as the corporate lobbyists whom have oil interests as well as financiers whom will profit from the loans taken out by the US government to finance these un-American military actions. We the people don't get anything but obligated for more debt and interest to the Federal Reserve. They get to keep the war machine rolling and profit while stealing more land from the Arab Nation and the corporate media keeps us scared about those terrorists whom are so hateful towards Israel and anyone who supports Israel, while never explaining why the "terrorists" are mad in the first place.