Anti-Americanism and who is the biggest threat on earth?


It may surprise people to know that the United States is quite hated worldwide, especially in the Middle East, Russia, where America has been alleged as the biggest terrorist in the world. Why a country known as kingdom of democracy and human rights values, a super enemy of terrorism all over the world has become the biggest threat to the world peace like that. Let find down about Anti-Americanism and its causes.
Anti-Americanism, anti-American sentiment, or sometimes Americanophobia is dislike of or opposition to the United States governmental policies, especially the foreign policy practices of the United States, or American people in general. Criticism largely originates from the perception that the United States military wants to act as a "world policeman".
Political scientist Brendon O'Connor of the United States Studies Centre suggests that anti-Americanism cannot be isolated as a consistent phenomenon and that the term originated as a rough composite of stereotypes, prejudices and criticisms toward Americans or the United States, evolving to more politically based criticism. French scholar Marie-France Toinet says use of the term anti-Americanism "is only fully justified if it implies systematic opposition – a sort of allergic reaction – to America as a whole".
Discussions on anti-Americanism have in most cases lacked a precise definition of what the sentiment entails (other than a general disfavor), which has led to the term being used broadly and in an impressionistic manner, resulting in the inexact impressions of the many expressions described as anti-American. Negative views of the United States are generally strongest in the Middle EastRussia, and Europe.
The U.S. has been criticized for making statements supporting peace and respecting national sovereignty, but while carrying out military actions such as in Grenada, fomenting a civil war in Colombia to break off Panama, and Iraq. The U.S. has been criticized for advocating free trade but while protecting local industries with import tariffs on foreign goods such as lumber and agricultural products. The U.S. has also been criticized for advocating concern for human rights while refusing to ratify the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The U.S. has publicly stated that it is opposed to torture, but has been criticized for condoning it in the School of the Americas. The U.S. has advocated a respect for national sovereignty but has supported internal guerrilla movements and paramilitary organizations, such as the Contras in Nicaragua. The U.S. has been criticized for voicing concern about narcotics production in countries such as Bolivia and Venezuela but doesn't follow through on cutting certain bilateral aid programs.
The U.S. has been criticized by Noam Chomsky for opposing nationalist movements in foreign countries, including social reform. President Bush has been criticized for neglecting democracy and human rights by focusing exclusively on an effort to fight terrorism. The U.S. was criticized for alleged prisoner abuse at Guantánamo BayAbu Ghraib in Iraq, and secret CIA prisons in eastern Europe, according to Amnesty International.
Another conception of Anti-Americanism is American imperialism which is the economic, military and cultural influence of the United States on other countries. Such influence is often closely associated with expansion into foreign territories. The concept of an American Empire was first popularized during the presidency of James K. Polk who led the United States into the Mexican–American War of 1846, and the eventual annexation of California and other western territories via the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo and the Gadsden purchase.
 It’s not groundless that the U.S. has been suspected and hated worldwide, and from nowhere Anti-Americanism came. It comes from the U.S. hypocrisy of promoting democratic and human rights values all over the world, in fact, the U.S. has just tried to put pressure and influence on other nations for its political purposes and interests. And in these process, the U.S. even contradicted with its most close ally, Western Europe. Conflicting attitudes toward security and military issues – especially in the wake of the war in Iraq – are also a major source of tension between the United States and Western Europe. Americans are more likely than Western Europeans to believe in the necessity of sometimes using force to deal with global threats. And Americans are much more comfortable with the idea of military preemption – the use of force against potentially threatening countries who have not attacked – than are Western Europeans.
The US is dedicated to increasing terrorism. In fact, it’s doing it all over the world.  America is running the biggest terrorist operation that exists, maybe in history:  the drone assassination campaigns, which are just part of it. All of these operations, they are terror operations and war crimes. The United States has long been an exporter of terrorism, according to a secret CIA analysis released Wednesday by the Web site WikiLeaks. The head and special agent in charge of the FBI’s Los Angeles office said that most terror attacks are committed by our CIA and FBI. Some in the American military have intentionally tried to “out-terrorize the terrorists”.
America’s past and present testifies the fact that there is no country in the world matching its destructive oriented policies. The US is the sole country which annihilated millions of inhabitants of Nagasaki and Hiroshima by using hydrogen bombs. Even today no living being in the two affected cities are safe from the thermonuclear aftereffects. Large number of countries had to go through rigors of civil war on account of US intrigues. In its bid to bring down populist elected governments of targeted countries, CIA and FBI secretly provided arms and funds to rebel groups and converted democracy into dictatorship. After making full use of the selected dictator, when he outlived his utility and became a liability, he was branded a traitor and popular movement organized against him. After creating political and economic instability, spreading lawlessness and inducing a civil war like situation, the US forces were pushed in under the pretext of saving the people from the cruel clutches of dictator. Tunes of freedom and democracy were played up full blast. Afghanistan, Iraq and now Libya are cases in point where the people have been deprived of peace and independence.
And now, after D.Trump becomes the 45th U.S. President, he has issued a travel ban on seven Muslim-majority nations shuting down entry chances of Muslim refugees into the U.S., which would likely makes the hatred deep worldwide. And, the world now see America as an opponent country against human rights values. 
Prejudice, fanaticism, extremism, intolerance and cruelty are some of the characteristics deeply ingrained into the minds of US officials and elites. With such hideous traits and black track record, on what basis the US is voicing its concerns about terrorism, human rights and democracy when it is the biggest threat state of the world./.
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Deck Hero14 12/2/17 19:10

The U.S. has been criticized by Noam Chomsky for opposing nationalist movements in foreign countries, including social reform.

Pack Cassiopian 12/2/17 20:34

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is slamming President's Trump's travel ban as reckless and "flat anti-American."

Only Solidar 12/2/17 20:37

Opponents say it actually makes America less safe because it is an unconstitutional and discriminatory policy that represents a first step toward fulfilling Trump’s campaign pledge to ban Muslim immigration.

MaskOf Zero 12/2/17 20:39

America has made it become the most hatred country all over the world.

Love Peace 12/2/17 20:44

Trump has became the enemy of all, terrorists, Democrats, LGBT, feminists, Muslim, refugeesand now even human rights activists would go against him.

yobro yobro 12/2/17 20:47

There’s a reason why, in international polls, run by US polling agencies, the United States is regarded as the greatest threat to world peace by an overwhelming margin.

Jane smartnic 12/2/17 20:48

Yes, the most country has been hatred in the world. No other country is even close. It’s kind of interesting that the US media refused to publish this. But it doesn’t go away.

LawrenceSamuels 12/2/17 20:51

It's so ironic that there are many individuals who have always praised the U.S. as an ideal mode for democracy and human rights.

Gentle Moon 12/2/17 20:53

The Statue of Liberty's message is in fact one of open arms and welcoming people, and I do think that there are tears in the eyes of the statue at the moment.

John Smith 12/2/17 20:57

Stop worshipping America as heaven for human rights and democracy, they are not like what you think!

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