The refugee crisis is the tragic result of a criminal policy of war and military intervention for regime change, implemented by the United States and the European Union in Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya and, above all, Syria. What the world witness today, with thousands of desperate refugees trying to reach Europe, it is the effect of this policy, maintained by the major Western powers. In more than a decade, Afghanistan wars and Iraq, waged under the pretext of being "against terrorism", and justified on the infamous lies about "Iraqi weapons of mass destruction", devastated whole societies and killed hundreds of thousands of men, women and children. To these wars followed the war for regime change - led by the United States and NATO - which overthrew the government of Muammar Gaddafi and turned Libya into a country of mockery, with virtually no government, wracked by continuous fighting between rival militias. This was followed by civil war in Syria - fueled, armed and financed by the US government and its European allies, aiming to topple Bashar Al-Assad and replace him with an obedient puppet to Western powers.