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I was pretty horrified when I read about Uzbekistan. Why do we support these nutjobs?
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Libertarian activist Joseph Deidrich interviewed me for his column at the Washington Times website.
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Bradley Manning is getting a push these days with the trial heating up. (Although, who really knows what’s going on when they won’t let the crowd-funded stenographer in.)
Let’s all hope Bradley goes free. If not after this trial, maybe he’ll get pardoned after the next presidential election.
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The emperor talked some things about the terror war today.Continue Reading One Comment
One of the main themes in any sensible antiwar world view, is how foreign policy gets contradictory when you deny that you’re really running an empire.
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I’ve been saying for a decade or so that the Clean Break policy is, just like pretty much everything out of the Israeli right and their American neoconservative allies’ brains, a really dumb policy for Israel.
Yeah, okay, so I can see how it sounds plausible for a minute: Hey, let’s get the Americans to overthrow all our neighboring governments and replace them with friendly Hashemite kings or, failing that, permanent, low-level chaos forever! It’ll be great! No one will ever threaten us again!
Makes sense. Even though Assad hasn’t done anything to Israel but fund and arm Hezbollah in southern Lebanon a little bit. He doesn’t say jack about the Golan Heights/Sheba Farms and all that or do a damn thing for the Palestinians either.
But I could see how it makes sense to a neocon – for a minute anyway. But then the thing of it is they tried it in Iraq, and now its war has spread to Syria and back again. Either way, Iran and al Qaeda have both gained in Iraq, and now one or the other or both will be gaining big from the war in Syria too.
So Israel’s strategy has been to replace stable secular nation states with their very worst enemies — and in the case of the mujahedeen, people with whom they can never deal.
Anyway, this guy in Foreign Affairs says that the Israeli government now knows how stupid it is and has come away with a saner point of view: leave Syria the hell alone for a while. ‘s worth a quick read.
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This one was a really special comic for me, because I think it hits home the real need for an antiwar movement in this country. You don’t have to die on a battlefield to have your life destroyed by war.
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This strip was inspired with the protests in Mexico. Roberto had a lot of input and helped me with the Spanish translation as well.
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