r3vliberty

Sporadic Folly

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In typical all-knowing arrogant pol fashion, Captain Strawberries played to his adoring fans, and of course the fawning media, on his bumbling mid-east ‘Kill’em All Tour‘ beating his war drum of feardom.

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As if that weren’t enough, now one of his sycophants is doled out a slap on the wrist for showing the true face of the campaign to rule the world. Such dementia always seems to make it’s presence known when the imaginary grail is up for grabs, but is not the least bit unexpected from those unwilling to look beyond the prescribed wisdom of federally induced doctrine. Predilection for the conscience of denial and omission is cognate of the false idol, hero-worshiping cult of the modern day militarist.

Of course, many other great events in American history might be examined as I have suggested U.S. participation in World War II ought to be examined – by taking the relevant antecedents fully into account. For historians, this advice should be unnecessary; if they know anything, they know that history did not begin yesterday. The American people at large, however, remain extremely vulnerable to misleading descriptions of the government’s actions, especially its plunges into foreign wars – accounts of which generally disregard many relevant antecedents, particularly those that cast blame on the United States for stirring up enmities abroad. Yet, any honest account of U.S. foreign policy reveals that this country’s government has engaged again and again in foreign interventions whose official justifications cannot withstand critical scrutiny. Many of these interventions amounted to little more than armed errand-running for privileged American business interests seeking to beat foreigners into line and, not coincidentally, to line their own pockets. This aspect of U.S. foreign policy famously led General Smedley Butler to declare that war is a racket.

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ummmm… yummy.

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Written by mudshark

March 20, 2008 at 10:06 pm

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  1. Wheres the media outrage about McCains spiritual advisor calling for the destruction of Islam ?

    mranders

    March 21, 2008 at 11:46 am

  2. can’t be defrocking the anointed one, now can they?
    after all, he’s a fine upstanding christian leader of men and war superhero that’s sold what’s left of his life to the same banksters that the media is in bed with. ya’ think there’s any connection to the little state department choobs that snatched up Obama and HRC’s passport file info and the Bush Crime Family? same thing happened with X42 in ’92.

    r3vliberty

    March 21, 2008 at 1:03 pm

  3. McCain, Obama, Clinton–I wonder if anyone who has at least two adequately functioning brain cells actually believes that any one of these establishment whores is worth voting for. If any one of those three is the answer it is a effin’ dumb question.

    jambach

    March 21, 2008 at 5:15 pm

  4. hahaha, that’s for sure, jb. the sideshow is completely pathetic. it’s all one big stopped up toilet. pmlol!

    r3vliberty

    March 21, 2008 at 5:40 pm


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