So, as we all know, the United States of America aren't loved by all. They are loved mainly by themselves and I think us Europeans also have some sympathy for the USA; (without them German would be my native language, if you know what I mean, and for that we thank you).
Also, some of the countries where the USA have fought over the last years, should be grateful to the USA (Afghanistan, Iraq, etc.?) as well. I don't know the current situation there, but I guess it's better than it used to be; Taliban and shit.
However, some countries seem to really (I mean really) dislike the USA. I wonder why... Yes, their pattriotism can seem a bit arrogant (''america is the fucking greatest country in the world, fuck yeahhhhhhhhhhh, 'merica fuck yeahh'' - not an actual quote, February 6th, 2013). However they have been the greatest military power in the last....110 years? Sometimes I do look at the USA as some kind of superhero that helps countries in need.
And maybe that's the reason that countries like N-Korea seem to hate the living shit out of the USA. I woke up this morning and saw this on the news: http://www.youtube.c...v=N7fjnvnQvLY#! . It's a propaganda video from N-Korea where a really happy (and American) song (we are the world) plays on the background and they seem to have changed the lyrics, although my N-Korean isn't what it used to be. It shows how N-Korea attacks American cities. It's repulsive, I don't even understand why the fuck it's still on youtube, it's quite offensive isn't it?
What are your thoughts on the hostilities against the USA? Do you think the USA tends to interfere in stuff that's nowhere near their busines? Or do you think USA has the right and the power (and the duty?) to command other countries that they can't build nuclear missiles, as they please?
*No hate was intended here, I do not hate the USA, I actually like the country , but I used some sarcasm to explain why other countries might seem to think differently.