Prof. John McMurtry
: US Holds World Records of Killing Innocent Civilians
Prof. John McMurtry
says that the US government is a gigantic mass-murdering machine which earns profit through waging wars, and is never held accountable over its unspeakable war crimes and crimes against humanity.
also believes that the US has become a police state, which treats its citizens in the most derogatory manner.
"I have travelled alone with only backpack possession through the world, and have found no state in which police forces are more habituated to violent bullying, more likely to draw a gun, more discriminatory against the dispossessed, and more arbitrarily vicious in normal behavior," said McMurtry
"The US now leads the globe in an underlying civil war of the rich against the poor."
"The US can … detain, kidnap and imprison without trial or indictment any US citizen or other citizens anywhere by designating them enemies to the US," Prof. John McMurtry
noted in an exclusive interview with Fars News Agency
According to the Canadian intellectual, the United States statesmen have long supported dictatorial and tyrannical regimes and even funded and armed the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler in the period between 1939 and 1945.
John McMurtry is a Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Guelph, Canada. In 2001, Prof. McMurtry was named a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada for his outstanding contributions to the study of humanities and social sciences.
latest major works are his
15-year study, "The Cancer Stage of Capitalism: From Crisis to Cure" and three monumental volumes commissioned by UNESCO for its Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems entitled "Philosophy and World Problems.
McMurtry's articles and writings regularly appear on different newspapers and online magazines across the world.
took part in an in-depth interview with FNA
and responded to our questions regarding the US project of War on Terror, its military interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan and the September 11, 2001 attacks.
The following is the text of the interview.
Q: Prof. McMurtry; it was following the 9/11 attacks that the United States launched its project of War on Terror.