There’s the issue of the jurisprudence from the treaty of Versailles; the German people were punished for not having stopped the emperor ftom starting WW1 – a bad thing ™. This means that, for their own protection, the people have the right, nay: the duty to stop the government whenever it does anything bad. Now, given the incurable split among the population, this means that government is impossible, because one side will oust the government for not doing enough to e.g. reduce CO2. The other side will want to keep government from reducing this vital ingredient of life. The third and fiurth side will rise up when the government launches another (unprovoked) war. And number five will be restless when there’s not enough beligerence against “our enemies.” This means that stable government is impossible, but that’s politics’ own fault becausd without politics, the world would not have been cleaved in two equal halves (+ some enlightened middle-people) as is the case now.
Bush said he was going to bring democracy to the Arabian countries that were victimized by the despots that DC put there (think Saddam, but many others as well). So what woupd Bush be bringing them? A regime that launches bull-crap wars just to keep the electorate down.
Not only are the spree killings by Americans on remote continents unjustifiable, but also: by calling it the department of DEfense, they are cruelly insulting their victims, as if they started it.
Weapons are the USA’s most profitable export.
That would shine a new light on the #4thReich: all those wars may be simply part of a marketing campaign. And not the result of power-hunger, as I previously held.
Like it does under Communism, there are no private institutions.
Actually, all government – institutions anywhere are private, because the citizen is unable to influence the government (other than by using explosives/guillotines, but let’s not go there),
there are also no democratic sports championships, and the government can do what it wants with sports contestants. Such as, revoking their license if they do not jojn the military. This is what happened to Muhammed Ali, who was happy to beat up people for a living, when he drew the line at killing them.
The “capitalist” “free” USA punished him for it, by revoking his heavyweight championship title, and revoking his license. All because he wouldn’t fight communism in Vietnam. He would not defend American freedoms.
Fight ISIS? Why? It’s the Iraq invasion all over again. First Saddam received huge funding + intelligence support (over his unprovoked war with Iran), then they kill him, and in the process of killing him, Obama founded ISIL.
is that they stopped inventing new enemies. After the demise of the Warsaw pact, NATO needed a new enemy. Bin-Laden offered help. How did they thank him? With a gloriously expensive assassination campaign
(that continues to this day. He’s dead guys: time to get out of Afghanistan). BTW do you know how close the NATO-base in Afghanistan is, to the North of the Atlantic (or even to its south)?
And now it’s back to the Russians. No bonuspoints for originality, guys. You gotta hand it to Trump, he proposed to start a space force, to protect against ET’s hostility. That’s not much less likely than WMDs, or Russian collusion (or whatever justification they had to friggin’ murder nearly two hundred thousand soldiers plus assorted Afghani civillians).