War with Iran Would Be a Catastrophic Error
by Marianne Williamson
Posted May 17, 2019
In order to have peace in the world, we cannot just rely on war. We have to cultivate peace.
As we speak — the United States has ordered all non-emergency government employees to leave Iraq immediately, citing concerns about possible imminent threats from Iran against US forces.
If you have a feeling you’ve heard this before, it’s because yeah, you have.
We remember Iraq and WMD’s and the “terrible threat” used as justification for invasion of a country that had done nothing to do with 9/11. Uh, that went well…
Make no mistake about it. We’re witnessing in real time the same crowd doing the same thing all over again. We were told that Iraq was very different than Vietnam, and now we’re being told that Iran is different than Iraq. But I am telling you. No, it is not — any more than a philandering husband might say, “This has nothing to do with what happened before! The other one’s name was Susan and this is Barbara!” More…
The US has a long history of starting wars under false pretenses. It is now in the process of preparing for 2 separate wars, Venezuela and Iraq.
The US did not win the wars they started under false pretenses in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Syria. These countries are significantly smaller and less powerful than Iran. What makes the planners think this will be any different?