Sanctions Are an Act of War – The Future of Freedom Foundation

‘If the Pentagon suddenly bombed North Korea, killing thousands of North Korean citizens, that would clearly be considered an act of war. Yet, when the U.S. government intentionally targets North Korea with economic sanctions that kill thousands of North Koreans through starvation or illness, that’s considered to be simply a peaceful diplomatic measure. That’s odd because from a practical standpoint, people are dead either way — from bombs or sanctions. Americans have become so accustomed to the concept of sanctions…”

Source: Sanctions Are an Act of War – The Future of Freedom Foundation

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