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Bully On The Block

If a country kept sticking its nose into other countries affairs when for no other reason than to be the biggest bully on the block wouldn’t you expect that one day that one of those countries has had enough and a retaliatory response in order? 
Here’s the culprit. The United States of America.
These are the recent countries the U.S. has stuck it’s nose into for one reason or another; Canada, Cote D'Ivori, Iran. Iraq, Pakistan, China, Russia, Bahrain, Egypt, Libya, Yemen and Jordan to name but a few. I’ve posted eight different by-lines for your perusal.  February 17th 2011 BBC World News–Washington urges Bahrain to show restraint in dealing with protesters and calls for real reform after a bloody clampdown.
February 13, 2011 AFP News – Laurent Gbagbo's government on Sunday denounced the "serious and inadmissible interference" in Ivorian affairs by the United States which has been pushing for the strongman's departure.
February 13, 2011– Uprooted Palestinians blogspot. – “Egyptians must reject US interference in their internal affairs.”
January 4, 2011– The Associated Press KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghanistan's president told foreign powers, directed mainly at the United States to stop meddling in the country's internal affairs -- apparently lashing back at those who say rampant government corruption undermines rebuilding the war-ravaged nation.
August 6, 2009, Eurasia Daily Monitor– Headline News: “Nuclear Submarines Deployed to Deter U.S. Interference in Russia's Confrontation with Georgia.”
June 21, 2009. TEHRAN (FNA) - Former U.S. National-Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski advised the U.S. administration to avoid interference in Iran’s internal affairs, warning that such attempts would backfire.
February 26, 2009 CNN– China accused the United States of interfering in its internal affairs and those of other nations on Thursday.
August 1, 2002, C.F.D.C.,– A British Columbia Supreme Court justice has called the illegal activities of the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in Canada as "blatant acts in disregard of Canadian sovereign values and law," and "so egregious as to constitute an abuse of process."
One of these days a country will say that they have had enough of the American harassment and political interference and all hell will break loose.