TOP 10 COUNTRIES AMERICA MIGHT OVERTHROW

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  • Published on Aug 28, 2017
  • TOP 10 COUNTRIES ON AMERICAS MIGHT 'VISIT'
    America has many interests all over the world. And sometimes the foreign interests of the USA ar at stake and America might want to restore order in a suitable way. I'll give you my top 10 countries that run the risk of being 'visited' by the USA.

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  • Brian Merrill
    Brian Merrill 8 days ago +1

    My uncle acquired severe wounds in WW2 while defending England and liberating France that affected the rest of his life. Another uncle of mine gave his life helping the British in WW1. I agree with you, America should have never intervened as the cost was too high for the ungrateful British.

  • John E
    John E Month ago

    Complete BS!

  • John Dickson
    John Dickson 3 months ago

    Do they come any dumber then this guy ?? Name just one country that the USA has invaded and keep ???

  • MisterPeterColeman
    MisterPeterColeman 3 months ago

    Yeah I agree Kent - it's not a good video. USA would dearly love to march into Ukraine and Belarus but really couldn't. It would mean fighting the Russians. North Korea likewise - it would mean fighting the Chinese. Libya and Venezuela - more likely and even probably. Iran - we'll have to wait and see. The Iranians have been given the Russian S300 defence system and that could prove problematic for all but the stealth bombers. USA would have to take serious losses to fight a protracted war in Iran and also the straits of Hormuz would be cut off. That means oil for the west cut off so EU and Japan would be reliant on Russia for oil putting Russia in a commanding position. Then the Russians might not accept the dollar for the oil. There's no knowing where that would lead.

  • Jill Nachtsanger
    Jill Nachtsanger 3 months ago

    Probably not quite as reliable as 1950 long range weather forecasts.

  • Tom Maika
    Tom Maika 3 months ago

    Guessing before watching the video.....Iran, Pakistan, Syria, Libya, Egypt, Yemen, Qatar, Sudan, Venezuela, Mexico... written before watching the video.

  • carlos Rodriguez
    carlos Rodriguez 3 months ago

    The planet Earth will change in different ways,the weather and the technologies that would lead us to explore other planets of solar system.

  • Sahil Arora
    Sahil Arora 4 months ago

    I think this is just propaganda. Using that voice, that echo, you're pushing false propaganda. Yes, I am a proud Indian and lot of your content shows India in a positive light, but there is some other agenda, or a "Prime Narrative" behind your content. If you can disclose your agenda, please do.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      Maybe you should! I have no idea what you are talking about. I just make videos presenting a message I believe in. 'Propaganda' suggests some support from a government or political movement. I am not supported by any organization!

  • Tyler Fausnaught
    Tyler Fausnaught 4 months ago

    Okay I’m at #2 and I’m out. You’re clearly just pulling this out of your shrinking European ass.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      "That was meant as a joke" Why would you think I don't know that? I even responded with a counter-joke!
      "all be it not a great one" Don't be too modest. I grinned, so I'll give it a 3 out of 5.
      "but it was to point out how European power has been and will continue to shrink"
      Probably so. Some of my videos deal with that scenario. By the way, American influence is shrinking too!
      And regarding the rest of your comment: darn, what a negativity. I am living in Europe for 50 years now and we are doing just fine!

    • Tyler Fausnaught
      Tyler Fausnaught 4 months ago

      @THE EUROPEAN That was meant as a joke, all be it not a great one, but it was to point out how European power has been and will continue to shrink. Looking at a demographic pyramid, most of Europe will cease being consumption based economies in the near future. The exception being France, but only because they are taking on immigrants... however the French are woeful at integrating immigrants, so it will only result in social unrest. But Italy? It will be a nice place for Asian people and Americans to visit on their vacations. But will not be much of an economic force in the 21st century. As for Germany... as the US withdrawals from NATO (inevitable no matter the president of the USA) with no security guarantee from an external power, Germany's neighbors will turn on them as they always do. So yes... shrinking and soon to be imploding.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      Hello Tyler, on this one, you are definitely wrong. I can assure you that my behind has not been getting any smaller for the past few years.

  • Tyler Fausnaught
    Tyler Fausnaught 4 months ago

    Hahahahaha Kazakhstan? What are you smoking?

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      "You don't seem to know much about geopolitics. I'm not suggesting the USA wont invade a country in the future, we most certainly will, but Venezuela isn't on your list, and that seems the most likely."
      Tyler, you are too good to be true! Venezuela is the #1 on my list! Did you even watch the video before commenting on it?

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      "This is a weak attempt at deflecting attention from your ludicrous "analysis"."
      No, it was a direct response to a faulty claim of yours! I was responding to your comment that in no way addressed my analysis.

    • Tyler Fausnaught
      Tyler Fausnaught 4 months ago

      @THE EUROPEAN This is a weak attempt at deflecting attention from your ludicrous "analysis". I don't care if you've smoked or not, but the fact remains you pulled this list totally out of your ass. You don't seem to know much about geopolitics. I'm not suggesting the USA wont invade a country in the future, we most certainly will, but Venezuela isn't on your list, and that seems the most likely. What about China? What about Russia? Russia and China are both on the verge of collapse, and considering they both have large nuclear stockpiles, wouldn't it stand to reason that the USA and it's allies would enter those nations to secure their nukes? Why was that not on your radar? Perhaps because you don't have a radar. You looked for weak nations with high resources and just assumed the USA would like to invade them to steal their shit. That is such a simple minded assessment of American military priority. Last I checked we had all the resources we needed to be self sufficient.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      Wrong again, I have never smoked in my life. Perhaps you should put some effort in your attempts to write sensible comments?

  • Tyler Fausnaught
    Tyler Fausnaught 4 months ago

    As this video goes on, it gets more and more ridiculous. Sudan? What would it benefit the US to invite Sudan. You have zero evidence for any of this horse shit.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      Indeed I knew what you meant. But it is a bit entertaining to trigger people who come here to tell others that they don't know much, while making all kinds of errors themselves. 'Inviting' was just a typo. Not understanding that I responded with a counter-joke to your joke was one level up. And the Venezuela thing was even a bit more of an oopsie. I guess I'll just wait and see if you got anything else.

    • Tyler Fausnaught
      Tyler Fausnaught 4 months ago

      @THE EUROPEAN What a smart ass. Clearly I mistyped. Invade. And you know that was what I meant.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      To 'invite' Sudan? For what?

  • Tyler Fausnaught
    Tyler Fausnaught 4 months ago

    #clickbait

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  4 months ago

      Eh...no Tyler. On this one, you are also wrong. Clickbait is using misleding titles and thumbnails that do not match the content. In this this case, the title and content have an exact match. The title is "Top 10 countries that America might overthrow". And the content of the video deals with.... 10 countries that American might overthrow. So that is the exact opposite of clickbait.

  • John Connolly
    John Connolly 5 months ago

    WHAT an idiot... America wants to invade these 3rd world countries riddled with slums and corruption?. What a moron... for sure he doesn't know his anus from an anthill.

  • D M
    D M 6 months ago +1

    I think we, America, should stop policing the world. Pull all our forces out of all countries. INCLUDING ENGLAND and let you people do what you do best. Have world wars. Let you deal with the psychos!

  • Jon Noodles
    Jon Noodles 6 months ago

    Loved the propaganda from USA 😂 half n half

  • Tom Del
    Tom Del 6 months ago

    What are your qualifications? Just to add subscribers and sell T-shirts does not an expert make!

  • Katie Sethna
    Katie Sethna 8 months ago +1

    I like your videos but I do not think this disastrous scenario will play out.

  • Brandon A. English
    Brandon A. English 9 months ago +1

    Why isn't Washington, DC on this list? lol

  • The A-10 man
    The A-10 man 9 months ago +2

    This is Russian propaganda trying to paint the US as an invading country, invading countries for no reason at all. Notice that this video never mentions 9-11, Saddam H. killing his own people as well as his neighbors. And they found an traitorous Englander to do their dirty work. To the readers, don't fall for this crap. This video wants to alarm these countries into believe that we're on the "knifes edge" of attacking them. Do our leaders sit around trying to decide which countries to invade for no reason, when, in fact this is exactly what the Russians are doing... Ukraine, Georgia, Crimea. That "short little man", Putin, is driven by paranoia, and insecurity. HIs mindset is exactly the same as Hitler and Stalin. But now there is NATO to stop the little man. Come on Vlad, admit you are afraid of the largest economy in the world, and the strongest military in the world, and so you huff and puff all your threats and warnings to the west. You have a poor excuse of an economy. how long will it take before you will run out of money??
    We have better things to do than worry about Russia, and it's short leader. We keep our economy strong, develop technology, develop new medical technologies to develop. Most Americans don't think about Russia; we simply do not care, except when you plan to invade other peaceful countries . If you invade one more country, NATO and the USA will crush you.

    • Adam Jauregui
      Adam Jauregui 2 months ago

      Hey the European dick wad what ever happened to you are thankful for the USA for ridding your country of the Nazis huh... oh yeah u must of forgotten about that 😮🤭 or you part of the Russian CIA!!! 😮

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  9 months ago

      Typical troll. First claiming nonsense ("Russian propaganda"). And when asked for evidence your spread new nonsense. First show me your evidence for the "Russian propaganda" claim.

    • The A-10 man
      The A-10 man 9 months ago +1

      @THE EUROPEAN You have a weak brain. Why would an "elephant" care what a " fox" thinks?? Why would we care about these little countries filled with turmoil . their oil? their land? We don't want them! And we really don't give a thought to what some insignificant country like the Netherlands thinks, and especially some misinformed Dutch person. We don't ! Go play with yourself in your little "sandbox" of a country.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  9 months ago

      Oh boy, these comments are sometimes so funny... "Russian propaganda"? How did you come up with that one? Do I have a russian accent? No, I am Dutch. Is any of my video's recorded in Russia? No, I have never been there. Are there any Russians in my video? No, I don't know anyone from Russia. What is your evidence for your ridiculous statement besides from the fact that I display some ideas that you don't like? Oh.. and your comment is clearly American propaganda sponsored by the CIA!

  • Unicorn Bunny
    Unicorn Bunny 10 months ago +1

    You r mistaken with Belarus and Kazakhstan. If USA attack them Russia WILL attack USA. Period.

    • John Dickson
      John Dickson 3 months ago

      LMAO. Russia and or China will never attach the US because they know it would mean the end of there civilization's.....

  • helptech accessibility
    helptech accessibility 11 months ago

    Hey European Yaadein graders
    You are the greatest
    Your voice is super awesome

  • Carrieann
    Carrieann 11 months ago

    Venezuela is a shit hole dictatorship. America will not invade Venezuela.We may want Venezuelan oil, but their country is in such a mess, there are MUCH easier ways to get it. Offer them money, and support. Give them a "deal they can't refuse", and their oil will be ours. Also Ukraine-no. Russia would Flatten us, or just batter the hell out of us if we tried. We wouldn't invade North Korea either. They have NOTHING we need or want, although if they start something with South Korea-US boots on the ground will probably be a reality. My opinion. Thanks for the video.

  • Abhiram chintalapati
    Abhiram chintalapati 11 months ago

    Sir can u. Make. A video on top 10 countries INDIA might overthrow

  • Won Mai
    Won Mai 11 months ago

    WRONG 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻

  • hotspur666
    hotspur666 11 months ago

    Chingchangchongs will choke on their crap!

  • James Johnson
    James Johnson Year ago

    If America attacked North Korea than North Korea will destroy whole world peace

  • Erik Larsen
    Erik Larsen Year ago

    hahaha... What complete rubbish -- the US invading Khazakstan... or Pakistan... or Iran... or Venezuela! This moron with a dubious accent knows nothing about international or military affairs.

    • Mateo Ekola
      Mateo Ekola 10 months ago

      Why don't you both get a room?

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      Let's put aside if you sound mean or not. It's not so much relevant because you are obviously no troll or hater. To the contrary; you are one of the (rare) people who creates an interesting debate. So let's stick to the content.
      I am certainly no expert in American history but let's assume this list provided by Wikipedia is accurate:
      en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_United_States_military_operations#2010%E2%80%93present

      You dismiss the era before WWII but Wikipedia suggests otherwise. I'll name a few examples of US military interventions outside the USA that seem to be motivated by securing material interests of the USA.
      1801-1805: War against the Tripoli Kingdom. Target: safe passage of commercial ships in the Mediterranean.
      1827: US Navy invaded Greek islands to battle pirates.
      1832: US Navy attacked a fort in Indonesia. Target: to protect passage of commerical ships.
      1833: US soldiers landed in Argentina to protect US interest during civil unrest.
      1835: US soldiers landen in Peru to project US interests during civil unrest.
      I think I don't need to continue but the idea is clear I suppose. Even before WW2, there was a multitude of US military interventions (of course many of them on a relatively small scale) in foreign countries. The objective of many of these interventions was not world peace but protecting American interests. The objective wasn't to protect the world from evil communists who didn't even exist yet. I am not saying this is wrong. I am responding to your claim that the US was more or less isolated from the rest of the world before WW2. I think that is not the case. Long before WW2, the USA had been building a portfolio of commercial interests all over the world. And whenever needed, the US military has been stepping up to protect these interests.

      So, let's continue with the post WW2 era.
      You ask about the self-interest of the USA in the Korean War? No oil in Korea, you are right about that. But seeing the Korean war merely as a clash in ideologies in which the USA only wanted to protect the world from communism... I think that is a bit too heroic. Right after WW2, the USA invaded South Korea and the US military stayed there for 4 years. The intention was to create an American military and commercial stronghold in East-Asia. Of course the USA would benefit greatly from trade with then developing countries like South Korea. And pulling out of that situation would cause the destruction of huge American investments in South Korea. Why would we rule that out as one of the reasons for the US to have military involvement in that part of the world? Don't get me wrong, I am not saying that the US having interests abroad is a bad thing. I am just saying I am not prepared to believe that the USA had no self-interest in that conflict.

      It's interesting that you should mention the Vietnam war, which is seen as unjustified by a majority of Americans. Even in a recent poll, only a small minority of Americans stated this war was justified. www.cbsnews.com/news/cbs-news-poll-u-s-involvement-in-vietnam/. There were so many parties involved and this war lasted for so long that it's no surprise there are numerous explanations for the reasons this war was fought. Of course the American governments at the time explained the Vietnam war as a much needed attempt to stop the spreading of communism. But others call it a colonial war. The way you explain the Vietnam war starts with a sort of argument of authority. You say: "I know a lot about that war... actually I have an insider's awareness... and I can say with confidence that it wasn't about self-interest." That very much sounds like; believe me, I am an expert. Perhaps you are. But even experts should not expect others to be convinced just by appealing to authority.

      Then you mention the Panama War. No oil involved? That war was about securing American commercial interests abroad! It was absolutely one of the finest examples of that principle. The USA wanted to secure free passage of cargo from the Pacific to the Atlantic and that includes the passage of oil. In defense of that war you say "we gave them back control of the canal... no problem." Of course you did, because it's not yours!

      The Grenada, a "blip" as you call it. 64 people died in what the United Nations described as "a flagrant violation of international law". The United Nations apparantly didn't see this war a justified or serving to the greater good of global freedom.

      Then you come up with conflicts in Europe and that is where you switch to criticizing the European inability to solve conflicts. Yes, true, but beside the point of discussion, which was; the motivation behind American wars; oil or the greater good of world peace.

      I am sorry that I have to stop here. Your points are very interesting and I really think you are right about some of them. But it's now 4 o'clock in the morning here and I need to sleep. Perhaps I can find time tomorrow to respond to more of your points. Thanks for eveything up to this point!

    • Erik Larsen
      Erik Larsen Year ago

      So many vectors of confusion in your actions and representations! … and yet you're a classic, very nice European. In so many ways, you're the absolute archetype of the problem with Europe. Sorry if that sounds mean; really... I'm not a mean person at all. First... I have no idea why you'd make a video like this. You say it's hyperbolic, not accurate, for entertainment purposes... what? I find all that incomprehensible. Enough said.
      Next - “America has invaded so many foreign countries for the past century. There is an endless list of American military operations that are conducted without permission of the target country. And many of them can be regarded as freedom operations. But also, so many of of them mainly point at securing material assets.” This trips off your lips/fingers so easily, but just how accurate is it? The US was quite isolationist before WW2, so there's not much to talk about in that prior period. Let's focus on the post-War timeframe. There's the Korean War - what was our self-interest? Then the Vietnam War...and again, what was our self-interest? Was it just a gratuitous war for hegemony... or was it an effort to prevent the spread of a totalitarian government model [USSR & Maoist China]? I know a lot about that war... actually I have an insider's awareness... and I can say with confidence that it wasn't about self-interest. Nor was it about some military-industrial commercial motivation. There's the Panama conflict - no oil there... and we gave them back control of the canal... no problem. I have Panamanian friends who are deeply grateful for that intervention. Grenada... a blip. Bosnia - no oil there either, and one has to ask why Europe couldn't solve that problem on their own? And how about those Dutch peacekeepers? Maybe you can explain that. Then Kosovo... no oil - again, why can't Europe solve its own problems? The Troubles in N. Ireland - peace negotiated by an American. Lebanon and Somalia - what were American interests there? I wonder... oil? I'm not seeing it. Then Afghanistan - seems pretty clearcut why we went there; I'm unaware of any commercial benefit the US has gained from that conflict. Iraq? Yes... it has oil. Bingo... finally... oil is involved! Prior to the US invasion, the largest oil contract in history was between French oil companies, Total I believe was the lead, and Saddam. The Russians also had large oil contracts with Saddam, so it's obvious why the French and Russians didn't want the US to invade. As of today, I know of no significant US oil contracts there. Hmmmmm... I'm just not seeing your thesis proved out in any way, but please educate me. What am I missing?
      The truth is that the oil-trope - that the US invades countries to take their oil - is complete bullshit. The US's goal in general, its “self-interest”, is in keeping the global economy running smoothly, for everyone's benefit, including our own. Many/ most third world countries are poorly run and have terrible basic cultures - just look at the Middle East - but their oil production affects the global economy. So as the only nation with the actual power to keep the peace, the US does pay attention to what's happening there... and gets involved when there's a threat to the stability of the region. That's very, very different from invading countries to steal their oil. If it were European countries invading others, you can be sure it'd be to steal something - rubber in the Congo, Germans going for Romania's oil, spices in Indonesia, gold in Latin America... that's basic history, but that has never been the US's modus operandi. Please try and contradict me with facts. It's my view that as a good, normal European, you're just applying a European mindset to America. You just can't understand a mindset that's different from yours.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      Hi Eric, let's agree on my video being hyperbolic and more of an entertainment piece that cuts corners in many ways and not as a historically or politcally accurate essay. Also, the video wasn't meant to display any political agenda whatsoever. The video even doesn't portray my personal knowledge or view on the US. That would result in a much different video that would probably not be watched by anyone.

      You show a rather cynical view on the attitude of Europeans towards international affairs. It might not surprise you that many Europeans have the same kind of negative idea about Americans. I think both are not justified. I think it's important to disinguish between generations. I am 52 years old. My parents were born during World War II and my grandmother had seen 2 World Wars. I was raised with the awareness that freedom is one of the most valuable things we have and that we should never forget to celebrate that.

      My country was liberated from the Nazi's by Americans, Canadians, Brits and Polish soldiers. I am the Americans forever thankful for freeing my country and I aven made a video about that in order to spread the message that we should never forget the value of freedom. I work with students every day and it strikes me that many of them take freedom for granted so easily. No, freedom comes at a price. That was not just the case in World War II. That has always been the case and this will never change. American soldiers died for my freedom and I am well aware of that.

      So you might me a bit on the wrong track about what I think are the motivations of America in general. But the video is simply not about that. The video is about that part of American culture that revolves around securing its own interests. And that part of America also exists. It would be naive to think Americas foreign policies only are based upon the greater good.
      America has invaded so many foreign countries for the past century. There is an endless list of American military operations that are conducted without permission of the target country. And many of them can be regarded as freedom operations. But also, so many of of them mainly point at securing material assets.

      There are millions upon millions of people all over the world living under the burden of dictatorship. Yet America only frees a small portion of them. That's only logical. America just can't liberate the whole world. What's remarkable is that countries with a large oil supply are far more likely to witness a major US military operation, than countries without a significant oil supply. Would you agree with that?

    • Erik Larsen
      Erik Larsen Year ago

      Where to begin... First... I'm going to surmise that you're a nice fellow - totally uninformed and misinformed about the US, but a nice, well-intentioned person. And let me relate a tiny story in preface, as well - As manager of a little youth hotel annex in Paris right after university, I encountered a young German, a peer in age, who professed to “know all about” the US. I asked him how he knew so much. “I watched a FOUR HOUR special about America on German television! … was his proud answer. Let that sink in a bit. Sure... that's just one little example, but that's about the level of real awareness I still encounter - decades later - in Europeans who purport to analyze the US, it's perceived interests and mentality.

      Let's not quite gloss over some of the basic statements in your video -- "If the USA CAN do anything they want in the rest of the world, chances are... the USA WILL do whatever they think is needed to protect their interests" ... "America's Hit List" ... graphic: "TOP 10 COUNTRIES AMERICA WANTS TO INVADE" . Okay... I laughed at all this, because the hyperbole is evident... nonetheless... it does reflect the cluelessness that Europeans and others have about the American mentality, so I'm only half-heartedly laughing. And I should point out that that's just in the first few minutes. First -- you conflate Trump with America... seriously?! Those are two very very different things. Would you conflate Berlusconi with Italy or Schroeder with Germany? [maybe the latter would be valid, unfortunately], or Chirac with France? [and yes... I'm speaking historically] You shouldn't. America has no hit list. America has no DESIRE to invade other countries, unlike historically every major nation/culture in Europe... for example. The problem with your basic premise is that you don't understand the motivations for why the US hammers some foreign countries. You seem incurious about that... just assuming that it's American "interests" that are at play. That's in fact very, very European. Europeans would never intervene anywhere for reasons that aren't tied to gaining material advantage, so of course you impute that same mentality to the US. I'm sure you're familiar with Pew's international polling data; it's quite respectable. Their polling reflects American and Canadian ethics with regard to collective defense in NATO... and the lack of this ethic in Europe. Are Americans and Canadians out for European oil? Is that why they would intervene? Is there something they could steal from Europe? … or is there an ethical, empathetic and social concern at work? [carnegieeurope.eu/strategiceurope/?fa=60389] Let's just leave it that Europeans just absolutely don't understand the American mentality... and I've lived in Germany, France and Norway... and spent lots of time in other countries in Europe... and with Europeans here in the US - they're clueless about it. I'll address Venezuela in a bit.

  • Bambi Able
    Bambi Able Year ago

    What a load of horseshit

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      That is what your comment is if you do not provide any explanation, data, arguments or evidence. Oh, and rude also if you phrase it like this.

  • Kent Lawson
    Kent Lawson Year ago +11

    What a total batch of propaganda BS. lousy video.

    • MisterPeterColeman
      MisterPeterColeman 3 months ago

      Yeah I agree Kent - it's not a good video. USA would dearly love to march into Ukraine and Belarus but really couldn't. It would mean fighting the Russians. North Korea likewise - it would mean fighting the Chinese. Libya and Venezuela - more likely and even probably. Iran - we'll have to wait and see. The Iranians have been given the Russian S300 defence system and that could prove problematic for all but the stealth bombers. USA would have to take serious losses to fight a protracted war in Iran and also the straits of Hormuz would be cut off. That means oil for the west cut off so EU and Japan would be reliant on Russia for oil putting Russia in a commanding position. Then the Russians might not accept the dollar for the oil. There's no knowing where that would lead.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago +1

      What a lousy comment; no explanation, no examples, no arguments, no evidence. First tell us your definition of 'propaganda' and explain why my video fits that definition. Otherwise it's just empty words.

  • Zzyzx Zee
    Zzyzx Zee Year ago +1

    Your analysis is all wrong, i dont know where to begin...

    • Gabriel Rose
      Gabriel Rose Year ago

      Well you started with "Top ten next countries on America's hit list." It would sound better if you said "Top ten countries next on America's hit list"
      Beyond that, you are going to have to prove that the US has any real reason to be going after countries for their oil. We have plenty now, and will continue to have plenty for a very long time. US oil production is only held back by a government which is unwilling to tap into the resource. We could easily be the #1 producer of oil if we chose to. We do not use military action in any country without provocation, whether that be by strikes on the US / US Allies, or the slaughter of their own people.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      Why not start with the first sentence of my story? What's wrong with the first sentence?

  • Scott Gordon
    Scott Gordon Year ago +1

    What a ration of bull!!!

  • wrotenwasp
    wrotenwasp Year ago

    "Top countries the Muslims might overthrow"- Western Europe. And then they will be crying to the USA for military intervention to help them reclaim their shitty ,socialist part of Europe . Western Europe is done....Central and Eastern Europe are the new Europe.

  • DynaMike
    DynaMike Year ago

    We are in charge of the world. We reshaped the entire world order after WW2 and we maintain it to this day. Of course we act in our own self interest, we never claimed to be saints. However most of the time our interests involve stability in the world. If it weren't for us Russia would steamroll through Western Europe and Central Asia. China would start expanding throughout South and Southeast Asia as well as the entire Western Pacific which would have a domino effect of having Japan, South Korea, and Australia and most of Western Europe developing their own nuclear weapons. And China and Russia would probably both carve up Africa. Iran would then dominate the entire Middle East (unless China and Russia decided to fight for it) putting most of the world's oil supply under their control also causing other Middle Eastern nations to pursue nuclear weapons. But with us, China is a paper tiger. And Russia is nothing more than a loud bully, but deep down are cowardly and impotent not to mention Russia could never hope to truly challenge us, just throw their weight around occasionally. Bottom line, would you rather have to deal with Washington or with Moscow, Beijing and Tehran? Like us or not, we are the indispensable nation and we're here to stay 🙃

  • Ali
    Ali Year ago +1

    So they destroyed Iraq and now Iran 👏 👏👏 why all the countries can’t get together Finish this USA... They r making big problems for the world. They think they can do anything they want... waiting for that day when USA get finished....

    • Zzyzx Zee
      Zzyzx Zee Year ago +3

      You are so full of shit! The us military is bigger than the next 10 put together, our economy is the largest always will be...china will fall before too long its already started,ghost cities and aging population and top down planning doesnt work. And the coup de gras...how many of you other wankers have walked on the moon? Oboma the kenyan is gone...we have a real leader now and look at our economy,jobs,innovation. Plus after over 70 years we are making peace w n korea. We are also sick of paying for and bailing all you loser countries out. Pay for your own goddamn defense!

    • Ali
      Ali Year ago

      THE EUROPEAN that’s good but USA can’t bring peace... It can only kill innocent people and small kids in Syria and Destroy weaker countries than him to loot them....

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago +1

      I am waiting for the day that the USA, China, Russia, India and the EU use their power to create global peace.

  • Bangladesh Israel Friendship Channel

    North korea is not a threat for U.S.
    Koreans are Civilized. South Korea Proved it.
    Kim Jun Un only want to survive as a King. Thats all.

    • William Moore
      William Moore 5 months ago

      He forgot Barbuda. Robert DeNiro is now the ruler.

    • William Moore
      William Moore 5 months ago

      He has his cheerleaders. I loved watching them sing juche songs.

  • MississippiRebel
    MississippiRebel Year ago +7

    It's funny because when you are the baddest and most powerful in the world, of course people are going to be jealous and hate you. That is until they need your help (again). Most of the people in the world that hate the US are either complete idiots or terrorist.
    First off I spent over 10 years in the US army and fought in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Every idiot that hates the US thinks the US is fighting wars because of oil, which is one of the dumbest things I have heard. I was over there for a long time and not once did I ever see the US taking oil. I actually wish the US would take all of the oil from Iraq because they owe it to us for helping them. It's not the US' fault that they fuck it up after we freed them from Saddam. I love making itiots that hate the US look stupid because usually they don't know anything about the US or how the world really works. I also hear that the US is dropping bombs and killing civilians alot, which also makes me laugh. I have killed my fair share of terrorist but I'm pretty sure they weren't innocent civilians. If the US wanted to take over a country, it could easily. Even in both Iraq and Afghanistan the US only used it's it's military very lightly and didn't use the military's full capabilities. The US military is so powerful that it could tear through all of European with ease.

    • Ann Young
      Ann Young 9 months ago +1

      Bush and the media didn't tell people that we are allies with Kuwait and it was our obligation to go to war with Iraq because they invaded Kuwait
      America is the number one oil producer of the world.

    • SAFFRON GANGARIDAI
      SAFFRON GANGARIDAI Year ago +4

      As an India , I can say that America did a really good job in Iraq , Afganistan etc …. These people hate the US … Why should US let them go … And I damn love American Army ...India and us should be great allies ...

    • wrotenwasp
      wrotenwasp Year ago

      Right on brother!!! Fuck western Europe. They're a lost cause. I have no respect for those socialist losers. Let the muslims over run them and watch them cry for big , bad, arrogant "American" help.

  • Metalmogul46
    Metalmogul46 Year ago

    The countries that the USA wants to invade but cant get away with is much larger than 10.

  • Mark m
    Mark m Year ago +5

    Total nonsense. Typical European CNN watcher.

  • Iraqman
    Iraqman Year ago +2

    Where would they attack Kazakhstan from there is Russia to the north China to the east and Uzbekistan and Tajikistan south. All these nations are unstable have none or bad relations with US or are enemies. Even if the broke through Chinese and Russian defenses they would be surrounded and harshly defeated.

    • John Dickson
      John Dickson 3 months ago

      Defeated ??? Russia, China and anyone else couldn't stop the US IF they decided to invade which will never happen. That's not what we do.......

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago +1

      As it appears, the USA and Kazakhstan have developed some pretty friendly relations for the past decades. The US is already in Kazakhstan and works with the Kazakhs in all kinds of military exercises...

    • Iraqman
      Iraqman Year ago

      THE EUROPEAN You still haven’t explained how they would reach Kazakhstan China and Russia could easily support them and take out any drones before they reach the mainland as they would be flying for too long and far. Russia and China are bigger allies and could install a puppet government easier with more trust from the public as they could with Kazakhstan’s neighbors. America has little excuse this time and no one in the region is on their side.

  • Iraqman
    Iraqman Year ago

    How is the US allies with the Baltic states. They are poor economic black holes which only have investment from China. An invasion of Belarus has no concrete reason behind it and will most certainly trigger the east to fire back at this meaningless power grab.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      "How is the US allies with the Baltic states."
      Maybe because all 3 of the Baltic states are NATO members for 14 years now? So they are ... allies!

      "They are poor economic black holes"
      No they are not. All of them have a much higher economic growth than the USA. Their GDP per capita is really catching up with the rest of the civilized world. All 3 of the Baltic states now have a GDP per capita within the top 50 of the world, they are on par with countries such as Panama, Hungary and Saudi Arabia.

  • Iraqman
    Iraqman Year ago +5

    USA always poking its nose in places least needed.

  • Iraqman
    Iraqman Year ago +6

    North Korea has already given up and is closing down nuclear facilities.

    • estylz1967
      estylz1967 Year ago

      Jim Moriaty sure they are LoL!!!!

  • The Griffenn
    The Griffenn Year ago

    Where ever you live euro trash..... We might just lob a few cruise missiles to shut your faggy mouth. It's hard keeping all you peasants in line, but if we don't you'll just start another world war we have to win.... Again.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      "I have 4 channels on YT"
      I've got more than 20. But saying that doesn't prove a thing.

      "I see you've done what most cowards do. Start fighting about personal points rather than responding to the actual points I made."
      I start fighting about personal points? You did! You started off by calling me "trash" in your first sentence. In your second sentence you call me "faggy". In your third sentence you call me a "peasant".

      I do not respond to the actual points you make?
      You didn't make any points! You just threaten me with the use of nucleair weapons as if you are in a position to do so.
      By the way, I live in the Netherlands, one of the most loyal allies of the USA. Why would you threaten a befriended country?

      If you want to make actual points, then at least respond to the content of the video. It's a top 10 of countries the USA might overthrow. Don't you agree with the list?

    • The Griffenn
      The Griffenn Year ago

      THE EUROPEAN I have 4 channels on YT. I don't put any personal info. of mine out because I don't want people like you trying to weaponize it. I called you euro trash because you claim Europe and seem trashy to me. It has nothing to do with Europe, but rather trashiness. I see you've done what most cowards do. Start fighting about personal points rather than responding to the actual points I made. Not only does most of the world DEMAND we police earth, but as previously stated, when we don't Europa starts a world war.... or at least tries to. There have been more than 300 requests from foreign gov'ts or large groups to america for "interference" on one side or another in conflicts over the last 100 years. That means on average 3 times a year some govt asks america to "Pick on" some other group or people's. For decades our presidents and Congress have applied pressure to dozens of countries trying to force others to be more active in geopolitical stabilization. Most talk big and invest little.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      So I am trash because I live in Europe? Many Americans I know would feel embarrassed by statements like that.
      "We might just..." "But if we don't..." "We have to win..."
      Loads of tough talk, but on TVclip you are a nobody with zero uploads, zero likes and zero subscribers. At least show us your real face instead of that fake Humprey Bogart picture.

  • him j
    him j Year ago

    we need to attack America before America attack other ,let's kill the devil 👏👏👏👏

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      No, no, countries need to stop attacking each other!

  • Shahbaz Anwar
    Shahbaz Anwar Year ago

    Yes yes america should run all the countries in the world😆👎👎👎

    • John Dickson
      John Dickson 3 months ago

      No America only runs it self and we don't run any other country so get your head out of the propaganda news and find the truth.......

  • Stacy Clarkson
    Stacy Clarkson Year ago +4

    The Europeans cry if we intervene in Syria,they cry if we don't..America long term are coming home,why the world has nothing we need...Shale cements this move,Europe better learn to take care of its own problems! ;) The only market that matters is the American. Market...Europe/East Asia/Canada/and Russia are entering a Demgraphic/Economic Death Spiral 2019 moving forward..Its simple math..

    • John Dickson
      John Dickson 3 months ago

      @Stacy Clarkson Ya young idiots that can't even answer every day questions that 5 th graders can answer. Like who won the civil war or what 2 countries border the USA and so on. So go ahead and put your faith in the so called young. I'm glad my time is almost over even though I'm afraid I will live long enough to see the next civil war thanks to these so called millennial's.......

    • Stacy Clarkson
      Stacy Clarkson Year ago +2

      THE EUROPEAN. Europes lack of mellenials doom Europe....Mellenials are 83 million strong in the US,America has 76
      million Boomers..Right now! America is the only major economy to have more young than old.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  Year ago

      No, they don't. Europe is continent with 50 countries. All of them have seperate governments. Each country has a multitude of political parties who all have different opinions. There is no "the Europeans".

  • Cavarant
    Cavarant Year ago +7

    We have our own oil. You'll also notice anyone we attack did something bad to innocent people and had it coming. America does a lot of good things for other countries as well. There is more good people here then bad by far. If we didn't help, who would? Now the time is coming when Americans will worry about themselves and good allies and won't be used by the others. Anyone that thinks we are waiting to attack a broken down country to steal their oil is just being negative. You'd more likely see us trying to save lives and help.

  • MAC VENA
    MAC VENA Year ago

    Venezuela is in crisis, due to is own government. That country should be doing amazingly well, but its people are starving. It would be better if the USA just lets Venezuela fall on it's own. I don't see the USA invading any of those countries, unless they pose a direct threat to America. There are plenty of potential, theoretical threats. Those countries generally only becomes a genuine target when it goes after the US or some interest the US will not tolerate being threatened. Isn't that how most countries typically operate? Mind you, most countries cannot project their power, but if they could, they likely would. I'm more interested in the future of Europe at the moment. The EU is looking different these days. I hear talk of an EU Army. I'm sure Mr. Putin will love that. How might the EU use it's Army? Germany pretty much calls the shots in Europe, what might they do with such a force?

  • Ch N
    Ch N Year ago +2

    Venezuela has the heavy crude which is not as valuable

  • Ch N
    Ch N Year ago

    US lost against Russia using proxies in Syria ..... the US does not want nukes exploding on its soil ...... Israel is more likely to attack Iran but Russia and China are allies of Iran oops watch out USA ...... Venezuela is not worth the effort and Sth America is not a good place for the USA, hence the wall ..... USA is losing traction with its allies so called, actually just vassalages ..... the USA has all the western defense eggs in their basket which is a bad strategy for any alliance and does not exist ...... wall street to the rescue to save America and the art of the deal

    • John Dickson
      John Dickson 3 months ago

      @The Griffenn Amen buddy, theses dumb ass's know nothing except propaganda......

    • The Griffenn
      The Griffenn Year ago +1

      Lost in Syria did we? My buddy just sent me pics of him and his unit on a night raid in Syria. I'd say it's not quite decided yet. You low life third world peasants hate us, but we grow strong on your tears!!!😭

  • Constitutional Bowsers

    Lol these countries all but one pose a threat to the region. Obama destabilized Libya and Yemen wich Saudi Arabia is having to deal with. Isn't the globalist of the European union like this shit. They all get money. Venezuela chose this social dictatorship now it's a humanitarian crisis with people starving like North Korea but. North Korea government has the capability of really screwing up the region into chaos and death of great cultures and good people.

  • Rifleman 343
    Rifleman 343 Year ago

    we would not invade half the countries on this list especially Ukraine congress is trying to get trump to sell them weapons

  • rendy pulungan
    rendy pulungan Year ago +16

    they don't need invade venezuela. it will colapse by itself. Funny

  • Gogeta Gamer
    Gogeta Gamer 2 years ago +5

    massive oil reserves?... USA is coming Libya

    • Gabriel Rose
      Gabriel Rose Year ago

      It's a talking point that gets repeated. Therefore it will continue to be repeated.

    • John Smith
      John Smith Year ago +1

      Gogeta Gamer I don't think a lot of people know that the US is no.2 in oil production and will probably take the no.1 spot this year. The US is also the no.1 producer of natural gas. I don't know why everyone thinks the US is always trying to take people's oil when we have enough of our own.

  • Anuj Gupta
    Anuj Gupta 2 years ago +14

    Pak and NK should be on everybody's hit list

    • Saif Uppal
      Saif Uppal Year ago

      Pakistan don’t hate the United States

    • Shahbaz Anwar
      Shahbaz Anwar Year ago

      They would hav done it many years ago like they did to libya syria iraq afghanistan nd many more.One thing is common in all these nd that is they dont hav nukes nd missiles.pak nd NK both hav both of them the nukes nd missiles.America’s time is gone.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  2 years ago

      Todays news makes dialogue even harder, but I suppose it's still worth an effort.

    • Anuj Gupta
      Anuj Gupta 2 years ago

      THE EUROPEAN
      thanks yeah right dialogue shouldn not get over

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  2 years ago

      tvclip.biz/video/hl7_3TfXJsc/video.html
      Hope you find it interesting.

  • Gregory Crewdson
    Gregory Crewdson 2 years ago

    I would have different opinions on #3 Kazakhstan,after 2005 the andijan riots, this place has became Russia and China's backyard,although Fergana Valley always has the risk of conflict,but SCO have realized that building regional stability is good for everyone,even United States had to consider the consequences of provoking two regional power at the same time.It's also associated with the problem of Afghanistan,less important now.
    #3 Myanmar,This country is facing the biggest crisis after democratization,It seems that Americans didn't get the results they wanted,obviously CIA has invested a lot of resources in operation since 2013,did Washington will stop this project? I think EU also involved it,the situation is more complicated.

    • Gregory Crewdson
      Gregory Crewdson 2 years ago

      Yeah,I should clarify that I am not anti-west ,indeed the Cold War has shaped today's international rules,but I don't want people to keep this kind cold war mind(Winner-take-all),we could be able to coexist-mutual benefit,maybe competition instead of confrontation is the mainstream trend,just as China and Vietnam have disputes in the South China Sea,but the two countries can still carry out investment trade and cooperation in many way,peace~

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  2 years ago

      Indeed, it should be naieve to suggest that global geo-politics are fair and just. Nope, it's about how far the arm can reach. For the past century that was mostly the arm of Uncle Sam. Now China is stretching its legs and enlarging its reach. By collabs with countries like Myanmar and Cambodia, the US will be able to postpone the growth of the Chinese reach. But it's inevitable that in the end, there is nothing that the US can do to really stop China. We will have to learn how to live with a bi-polar world with an American zone and a Chinese zone. And at the edge of the table is still room for smaller European, and zones. But their global influence will be limiterd. And in a few decades India will join the big boys so that the world will be split up in 3 major zones of influence. The future world will be one big Berlin!

    • Gregory Crewdson
      Gregory Crewdson 2 years ago

      Myanmar, interesting choice. The country has been under strict socialist and military rule for half a century. That was until 2011. So its democracy is still very vulnerable.
      Don't you think this is the pefect reason?Rohingya issue,conflict in northern Burma,the army's general just hides behind the scenes now,they still hold most of the power,Aung San Suu Kyi,her political path is also different from American expectations.On the issue of South China Sea, Japan and the United States have been lobbying Myanmar and Cambodia to stand against China,all about geostrategic.
      USA isn't control by the people who loves democracy and freedom,Why their good friends, Saudi Arabia, which In many aspects are not in line with human rights standards,they didn't blame or interfere?International politics is never in order to achieve fairness and justice,only dirty interest,this is what I am think.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  2 years ago

      Indeed, Russia is very influencial in Kazakhstan. And I understand: it's their neighbor and the country has a huge quantity of natural resources. America would love to get its hands on that but Russia has a firm grip on the region.
      Myanmar, interesting choice. The country has been under strict socialist and military rule for half a century. That was until 2011. So its democracy is still very vulnerable. I could go the other way easily. The is not looking forward to such a scenario.

  • JOYDEEP MITRA
    JOYDEEP MITRA 2 years ago +8

    Pakistan is what USA should invade

    • Charles Ingram
      Charles Ingram 7 months ago +1

      How about we don't invade anybody? So tired of spending our young peoples lives and our treasure to help people who need it badly but don't want it and hate us if we do. Let them roll around in their own misery and feces. The ONLY country we need to worry about is China but only because THEY want to dominate the rest of the world and not in a nice way. Beware your bedmates!

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  2 years ago +1

      I am not into politics, but I think any country should be very cautious about these matters.
      Some foreign invasions of the USA and other dominating powers have caused so much misery in the world.

  • Linescrew1
    Linescrew1 2 years ago +1

    Venezuela will be the easiest to snatch up when the current regime collapses. Long food lines there and horrible inflation.

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  2 years ago

      Yeah, not a good place to be right now...

  • redhotz21
    redhotz21 2 years ago +5

    Holy crap I think you're onto something with Venezuela

    • THE EUROPEAN
      THE EUROPEAN  2 years ago +1

      There is a fair chance that the USA will not allow this kind of chaos at its doorstep forever...