now this is a clear statement
no confusion about this, e_dog clearly states the ambiguous cha·me·le·on·ic shifting of the power block that controls the enmity of the good old USA.....
One entry found for enmity.
Main Entry: en·mi·ty
Inflected Form(s): plural -ties
Etymology: Middle English enmite, from Middle French enemité, from Old French enemisté, from enemi enemy
Date: 13th century
: positive, active, and typically mutual hatred or ill will
synonyms ENMITY, HOSTILITY, ANTIPATHY, ANTAGONISM, ANIMOSITY, RANCOR, ANIMUS mean deep-seated dislike or ill will. ENMITY suggests positive hatred which may be open or concealed
You can see the psychologic component involved.