Americans are either not told about these things or are told we attacked them because . . . well . . . XX is the center of all world XX and we have to get rid of him. So we kill some XX in the process. Actually we killed quite a few. And we brought in our Air Force. XX didn't have XX. But it looked good to have our Air Force there, busy, blowing up buildings. Then we kidnap their leader, XX, a former CIA man who worked loyally for the United States. We arrest him. Try him in an American court that has no jurisdiction over him and lock him up -- nobody knows why. And that was supposed to end the XX because he had been demonized by The New York Times and the rest of the imperial press. /snap/
You know Stone's 'Hidden History of the Korean War'?