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The Riptide of American Militarism
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The Riptide of American Militarism
July 12, 2019

Caught up in war’s version of the same, from the Cold War to today, Washington has embraced the challenge with ever more weaponry, ever more troops and bases across the planet, ever more military spending, violence, and war.

Opposing War Is the Best Approach to Revolution
July 11, 2019

Ordinary humans can finally begin to make the world their own, guided not by sociopathic oligarchs but by an enlightened self-interest which realizes that the only way we can continue to survive is if we learn to collaborate with each other and with our ecosystem for the common good.

Opposing War Is the Best Approach to Revolution
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US Foreign Policy Is a War on Disobedience
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US Foreign Policy Is a War on Disobedience
July 8, 2019

It’s a machine with the same values as Napoleon or Hitler or Genghis Khan or any other imperialist conqueror from ages past; the only difference is that it pretends not to be the thing that it is.

Jingoistic Military Fetishization Is as American as Bald Eagle McNuggets
July 5, 2019

All this parade is, actually, is just one of the many, many, many many times over the last two and a half years that Trump has shown America its true face, and Americans haven’t liked what they’ve seen.

Jingoistic Military Fetishization Is as American as Bald Eagle McNuggets
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Doug Casey on What Happens After the Next War
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Doug Casey on What Happens After the Next War
June 10, 2019

The US Government has become so big, so dysfunctional, and with its fingers in so many pies that anything can happen, unpredictably. Secondly, it’s extremely dangerous. Prodding lots of hornet’s nests guarantees you’ll be stung—perhaps enough to put you in the hospital. Third, it’s extraordinarily expensive. And the US Government is already bankrupt.

All Americans Have Blood on Their Hands
June 9, 2019

Shortly after Truthdig columnist Danny Sjursen left the Army, where he spent 18 years on active duty and rose to the rank of major, he sat down with Editor in Chief Robert Scheer for an interview about life after the military and a discussion about the conclusions he drew throughout his military career.

All Americans Have Blood on Their Hands
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