@lastdance If any state has inflicted the most destruction, suffering, pain, death, and so forth on other countries following World War II it is most definitely the United States to further their goals.
If Ireland was in the United States' position, it would be us but we don't have that power, if Swaziland was in the United States' position, it would be them but they don't have that power, etc.
What the U.S. has done at times is truly appalling and disgusting, but Ireland would do the same if we had that power.
You, and many other people, can't seem to understand the fact that the United States isn't somewhat of a "God" or "Saviour" who only seeks to help others and can do no wrong regardless of the circumstances.
Let's take Syria:
The United States does not care one iota about the people of the Syrian Arab Republic. They simply want to further their goals in the country hence the support of terrorist organisations within the state.
[The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) defines terrorism as "the unlawful use of force or violence against persons or property to intimidate or coerce a government, the civilian population, or any segment thereof, in furtherance of political or social objectives."]
Russia or China too, for example, do not care one iota about the people of the Syrian Arab Republic. They too want to further their goals in the country hence the support of Bashar al-Assad's government.