Sunday, February 25, 2007


Peace Is War

Tom Barry, the Policy Director of the International Relations Center, has an interesting article, "America's crusaders," that, among many other things, points out a great irony in the recent history of the U.S.:

[W]hile the ideology and faith-based politics of "America's enemies" routinely come under attack by U.S. social conservatives and neoconservatives as dangerous manifestations of radicalism, the ideology and faith-based politics of America's would-be defenders are presented as redemptive forces in world affairs.

Personifying this study in self-contradiction is former Pennsylvania Senator, Rick Santorum.

Immediately after his electoral defeat in November 2006, Santorum announced his plans to carry his crusading politics into private life, which resulted in the creation of [the Ethics and Public Policy Center's] "America's Enemies" program. The program focuses on "identifying, studying, and heightening awareness of the threats posed to America and the West from a growing array of anti-Western forces that are increasingly casting a shadow over our future and violating religious liberty around the world."

Rather than regarding his overwhelming electoral defeat last November as an indicator that his own extreme notions about domestic and foreign policy were misguided, Santorum concluded that Americans are slumbering while at the gates gather barbarians such as "Islamic fascism."

Funny ... from inside America, it is people like Santorum who appear to be the nearest and greatest danger to those ideals of the Enlightenment that the Founders of this country, all revisionist history aside, revered as their inheritance from Western civilization. Santorum and his ilk share far more intellectually and morally with those "Islamic fascists" than they do with the likes of Jefferson and Madison.

The themes that echo through the rhetoric of the far Right are no accident:

Perhaps the most tragic development in U.S. foreign policy during the Bush presidency has been the reinstitution of a Manichean, Cold-War-like worldview, which has been promoted ably by social conservatives of the Religious Right and the neoconservatives in and outside the administration. Instead of working to reap the long-lost peace dividends that were supposed to emerge after the end of the bipolar confrontation, institutes like the EPPC, the Committee on the Present Danger, and the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, along with their influential spokespersons, are intent on propagating an imperial foreign policy that envisions the United States forever at war.

Oceana has always been at war with Eurasia.

Mullah Cimoc say:

So obvious for all ameriki people if the eye opeing. him iraki man have the gonad, this gonad making this man fight for protect the woman and the child. Him never stop fighting. Him not be obedient slave of masters in tel aviv like aemeriki man. him not taking the hair gel and the daughter not being for slut of all boy wanting whore.

google: mighty wurlitzer +cia

and learning the so complicated methods of ameriki government make the people so stupid and not know the gonad story and reason for fighting.

Now usa government wanting all the girl take the shot for destroy the reproducting organ. so ameriki destroy self killing the baby abortion and the man become like the woman withe the beautiful hair and the fingernail during this time aztec and maya take back all land but ameriki so blinding.
Lord, that's a bad troll.
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