I’m pretty sure every time I write that America sold weapons to a country, about 4 key questions later I write the sentence ‘American weapons sold to … in … used against them’
History revision is slowly killing me, but I’m so close to finishing. Just 3 more years to cover then I’m done.
Possibly Uruguayans? Although Operation Condor involved both to a degree
Considering we’re one of the largest arms dealers on the planet I think there are plenty of countries we’ve sold to without fighting: the UK, France, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Canada, Japan, South Korea. Israel depending on what they used to sink the USS Liberty.
I watched this last night and i noticed a few things.
In it they tried to say that the iraq war “mistake” was solely down to one iraqi informant “curveball”, who appeared on the program and confessed everything he said was a lie. Can you really believe that the U.N and NATO made their decision on…
Neither NATO nor the U.N. invaded iraq, so maybe that actually shows that they’re more credulous than you take them for. As for Cuveball’s effects on the US, he hardly caused the war just enabled. It wasn’t that he was a good lier, it was that he was telling them what they wanted to hear. As far as a post cold war treaty on spies I’m not sure exactly what you’re talking about, please elaborate which treaty you’re talking about.