The United States Government is the Greatest Evil on Earth

The United States Government is the Greatest Evil on Earth

(This post is part of my eBook, The United States Empire and its Fall)

US Commands Map (original)

The United States Government is the most sophisticated and most dangerous criminal organization the world has ever known. It is, by far, the most violent brutal organization on the planet; responsible for the most, by far, death, destruction, misery, and mayhem.

The United States Government is the greatest evil on Earth.

This is not hyperbole. This is not a metaphor.

The United States Government is the greatest evil on Earth.

One step further: The United States Government is the essence of pure evil.

What is evil if it’s not actively, intentionally denying people the liberty to live a decent life; to live as healthy a life and as fulfilling a life as possible.

The United States Government actively and intentionally carries out activities which negatively impact the life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness and health of an incredible amount of people all over the planet.

Needless to say, the most overt evil, that is, the evil that deprives people of the liberty to live their potential, is war, which the United States Government regularly imposes for world domination and in order to plunder resources.

But aside from the horrors of war, the US carries out less overt (covert) activities that involve collusion with others with whom deals are made, meddling with the finances of peoples, both directly and applying pressure indirectly. The US foments dissent, pits people against each other, and starves people; all to destabilize countries and regions.

When people hear others taking issue with actions of the government, you often hear the words “conspiracy theory”. What’s wrong with that expression is that in most cases it’s not theory. A conspiracy doesn’t have to be some deep dark cabal whose members have delineated an intricate plan which will be carried out. While this can be true, more often than not it is simply a bunch of people who all stand to gain from the same thing and are all on board with whatever it takes to accomplish this; in this case, subverting peoples and plundering resources.

United States Government Influence

The United States Government has tremendous influence around the world and in every corner of the world.

The US has a military the size of the next 10 biggest militaries put together. (In 2018 the US increased its military budget by an amount equal to the total Russian military budget.)

The US has over 800 military bases around the world. (All the rest of the countries in the world put together have about 40 foreign military bases.)

The US sells more weapons than any other country.

The US carries out special ops military actions in around 150 countries around the world.

The US overthrows more governments than any other country. (More on this below.)

The US plays a role in installing dictators in more countries than any other country.

The US is one of only 5 permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.

The US use the dollar’s clout as the primary world currency.

The US exerts tremendous financial influence around the world.

And what does the US do with this influence? Almost nothing for the benefit of average people. There are certainly some small agencies of the government that do spend time, money and effort towards helping people.

But for the most part the US uses its military and influence to manipulate a world at the expense of most people. Whoever is killed, injured, impoverished, and left struggling is of no concern to the behemoth that is the United States Government.

For example, in order to protect the bottom line of corporations the United States Government has at the United Nations sought to remove language asserting the legal right for developing countries to override drug industry patents and license low-cost versions of otherwise expensive Tuberculosis medicines. The Obama administration repeatedly fought nongovernmental organizations over access to affordable drugs in the developing world, advocating for higher prices and pressuring poorer countries to stop creating generics.

Overthrowing Foreign Governments

Henry Kissinger said it all when speaking of an upcoming election in Chile, “This election is much too important to be left up the Chilean people.” The US would go on to overthrow the government in 1973, installing a brutal dictator.

The United States Government overthrows foreign governments on a regular basis. Just since WW2 the United States Government has attempted to overthrow over 50 foreign governments, around 40 of them being successful. That’s more than once every 2 years since WW2. And most of these overthrown governments were democracies.

In fact the United States Government has an infamous school in Georgia, the School of the Americas (now renamed), where the United States recruited men from all over Latin America to be trained to torture, trained to be dictators, trained to carry out coups, and other sundry brutality, all aimed at shaping Latin America to serve the United States’ imperial needs.

In fact, as this paper is being written, the US is involved in a coup attempt in Venezuela. After imposing brutal sanctions on the country for years and working with the wealthy elite in Venezuela to cause shortages, the United States Government decries the leader and the deplorable conditions and then declares that now we must overthrow the government for the good of the people.

It’s what the United States Government does.


Part of the playbook for regime change are sanctions. Sanctions are another form of warfare and another example of the evil that is the United States Government. The United States Government regularly imposes sanctions on countries in order to make the people so miserable that either the people will rise up against their government or that the United States Government can cry, “something must be done,” which is the US intervening. Furthermore, using the United States’ economic clout, other countries, including our allies, are threatened to honor our sanctions or else. Sanctions used intentionally for these reasons are, in essence, a form of siege warfare.

Madeleine Albright, who served as Secretary of State under President Bill Clinton, famously told a 60 Minutes journalist, Lesley Stahl, that killing half a million Iraqi children through punishing sanctions was, indeed, “worth it” to achieve US foreign policy goals.

Lesley Stahl (of CBS News): “We have heard that half a million children have died. I mean, that’s more children than died in Hiroshima. And, you know, is the price worth it?”

Madeleine Albright: “I think this is a very hard choice, but the price—we think the price is worth it.”

Talking at Stanford with Condoleezza Rice, Rex Tillerson spoke about North Korean “ghost ships” washing ashore in Japan, most of their crews dead after desperately going fishing without enough fuel for the return trip.

Rex Tillerson: “The fishermen are being sent in the wintertime to fish because there are food shortages. And they are being sent out to fish with inadequate fuel to get back. So we are getting a lot of evidence that these sanctions are really starting to hurt.”

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told a BBC journalist that Iranian “leadership has to make a decision that they want their people to eat,” dropping all pretense of caring about Iranians as he touted the latest harsh sanctions.

Evil Perpetrated on Home Soil

And at home it’s not much better. Probably the best example of the evil that the United States Government engages in at home, because I think it illustrates the wanton disregard for humanity to serve the wealthy corporate state, is the health care system.

The United States Government actively and intentionally keeps the health care system under the control of private companies whose intent is to make as much money as possible. People are sick. People are in pain. People are dying before they should. All because the government intentionally makes health care and access to drugs expensive and difficult. The United States Government is packed full of people who knowingly support this criminal system. This is pure evil.

As shown in the statistics in the section “Decline of an Empire” one can see how the American society is devolving; to a great extent either because of direct political action on the part of the government or by intentionally aligning almost all legislation towards the betterment of the wealthy. The rare legislation that benefits the populace is usually done just enough to keep the masses from storming the palace.


In conclusion, there are certainly other governments that are evil; other countries’ governments who commit atrocities. There are many leaders who mistreat their populace.

But there is no other country that even comes close to the extent and reach of the brutality carried out and propagated but the United States Government.

At this time in the history of the world, we, as humans, have come a long way. Many common practices of our past are now abhorred by most people. Dungeons are no longer common. Torture is no longer common. Slavery is minimal and not as blatant as it once was. Through modern transportation and communication, people all over the world are realizing that we are all just trying to live.

This is a threat to the privileged elite. And in this context, the United States Government will not allow the world to come together. The United States’ wealthy elite will not go down without a fight.

The idea that the United States Government is the greatest evil on the planet must be looked at as much more than the isolated abuses that are carried out.

Right now on planet Earth, the United States Government is the biggest drag on the potential of humanity. It is the biggest drag on freedom. It is the biggest drag on justice. It is the biggest drag on dealing with the climate crisis.

The United States Government is the greatest evil on Earth.

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