The Dharma Nationalist foreign policy will be primarily centered around a strategy of non-intervention in the affairs of other nations. The only possible exceptions to this general principle will be the potential extending of aid to newly formed Dharmic governments in foreign lands. Our general policy of non-intervention includes a) the cessation of all military, economic and aid assistance to the governments of foreign nations; b) avoiding all wars and military actions in foreign nations in which the express aim is not to save American lives that are directly placed in harm’s way; c) the closing of all military bases currently on foreign soil, with all troops brought back to America to defend the actual Homeland.
June 21, 2012
Truth Based Foreign Policy
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