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You give me cut and paste, the words of someone else’s research, and the words of someone who comes from a group that bombed innocent people in the 60’s no less. Here are some more of their words, have you heard these?
“A new left must start controversy across the land, if national policies and national apathy are to be reversed. The ideal university is a community of controversy, within itself and in its effects on communities beyond.”
You cut and paste the words of communists from the 60s, and I’m the intellectual light weight.
I have identified the experiences that have formed my perspective and world view. And they're not cut and paste.
“Reliable reports from the Middle East indicate that Saddam Hussein was told before he took Kuwait that London and Washington would not go to war against him.”
Who is this reliable source?
“It is well known that U.S. Secretary of State Dean Acheson, a close associate of Averell Harriman, had in January, 1950 officially and formally cast South Korea outside the pale of American protection, providing encouragement to Kim Il Sung to start the Korean war.”
Who is this reliable source?
Let me see now.
Isn’t “SDS”, Bill Ayers.
Didn’t Ayers go on to found the “Weather Underground”.
These guys keep great company.
I have read all the re-writen history from the 3.2 crowd.
I would be laughing if the display if niavate on your part was not obvious, and sad.
Webster Griffin Tarpley is an author, journalist, lecturer, and critic of US foreign and domestic policy. Tarpley maintains that the September 11 attacks were engineered by a rogue network of the military industrial complex and intelligence agencies. Tarpley was on the editorial board of the National Caucus of Labor Committees' journal.
The NCLC had it origins in the 1968 convention of the Students for a Democratic Society. It comprised people who had been expelled from the Maoist Progressive Labor Party, an SDS faction, and students from Columbia University in New York City. It called itself the "SDS Labor Committee" or the "National Caucus of SDS Labor Committees".
Anton "Tony" Chaitkin (born 1943) is an author, historian and political activist with the LaRouche movement.
The LaRouche movement has attracted devoted followers and developed some specific and elaborate policy initiatives, but has also been referred to variously as Marxist, fascist, anti-Semitic, a political cult, a personality cult, and a criminal enterprise. The Heritage Foundation calls it "one of the strangest political groups in American history"
The Rest of the world, with a very few exceptions, respects only strength.
I’m sure someone will call me arrogant for this statement, but, until you have been there, seen it, felt and lived it, you have no idea.
Americans live in their insular world, on their big continent, isolated from the reality of the real world. They expound their great virtue and compassion, while the cultures of strength manipulate our politicians and laugh at us as we draw back with our strength and our punches are pulled by that unappreciated and ridiculed compassion.
We have the finest military force in the world, they don’t loose, the politicians and arm chair quarterbacks do it for them. If they were allowed to act decisively at the moment of provocation, and eliminate all the dissembling of the career politicians that are more interested in their image than the lives of our men and women, and our country for that matter, we would not get into these protracted messes.