Category Endless War

US Policy: Provocation & War — The Tap Blog

By Finian Cunningham. The United States, as many observers have noted, appears to be undergoing an historic process of “strategic decline”. In order to stave off deterioration in its political and economic power, the US is resorting to greater dependence on militarism and aggression. For that to work, a policy of ramping up provocations against… via […]

Where Is The Shame? — PaulCraigRoberts.org

Paul Craig Roberts Now that the Trump, May, and Macron regimes have proven beyond all doubt that they are lawless war criminal regimes, what is next? Will the Russian president and foreign minister continue to speak of “our Western partners” and seek common ground with proven lawless war criminals?… […] Why aren’t Trump, May, and […]

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They don’t want us to become too mellow for war

It is, as I said earlier, epiphany season. I just had another epiphany, watching Viceland TV and how the government is breaking up families for treating various diseases (autism, crone’s disease) with marijuana. Clearly the prohibition is doing more harm than good. It was designed as a pretext to lock up black people. And inevitably […]

The American public stands behind its war criminals

Eric Zuesse The first even marginally trustworthy poll of American “registered voters” regarding the April 14th U.S.-and-allied missiles-invasion of Syria, shows an overwhelming 66% supporting the invasion (36% “Strongly” and 30% “Somewhat), and only 23% opposing (8% “Strongly” and 11% “Somewhat”). […] Poll-findings like this implicate the American public, and not only the American government, in […]

QOTD: Stop the insane fools

Beyond impeachment, it’s time to reconstitute something like the Nuremberg Tribunal and give it teeth. I personally oppose the death penalty, but if it is a deterrent to retail murder, presumably it would also deter mass murder in the form of wars of aggression. These people won’t stop committing these crimes on their own. They […]

Paul Craig Roberts’ Portrait of Dystopic America

Once Upon A Time Long Ago Truth Was Important Paul Craig Roberts I wonder how many people, not just Americans but those in other countries, have come to the conclusion that the United States today is a less free and less aware society than the societies in the dystopian novels of the 20th century or […]