Monthly Archives: November 2019

Situational

  I always thought that the war on terror was an artificial construct, put in place to continue using the military/industrial/complex as a way to organize the US economy after the fall of the Soviet Union. The whole thing seemed … Continue reading

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The Hate Machine

  The corporate media manufactures consent by manufacturing hate. We transitioned from Hope and Change to Make America Great Again, but very little has changed with the economic and foreign policies of the American empire. A lot of this is … Continue reading

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Outside Influence

  Who gets to decide US foreign policy, the president or the deep state? That seems to be the pertinent question that’s left unsaid in the whole Ukraine-gate impeachment drama. Also unsaid by the corporate media is the¬†essential Ukraine backstory … Continue reading

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Market Failure

  I never though I would feel nostalgic for the Cold War but in retrospect it’s apparent that the contest between the two superpowers over which system delivered more comfort, freedom, and happiness to its citizens was a golden era. … Continue reading

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Ferocious establishment resistance

  Why has Trump’s foreign policy been such a shambolic disaster? Much of it is his own fault as he’s clearly allowed far to many neoconservative ideologues into his administration due to Israel-first campaign funders like Sheldon Adelson. As a … Continue reading

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