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Multiculturalism & human rights will be weapons of Team Clinton

Summary:  To help get ready for the Hillary administration, let’s look at its philosophical roots — multiculturalism and human rights. Individually, each is a noble principal. Combined, they are nonsensical propaganda. That we fall for such things shows our weakness. When we begin to laugh at them, we will have taken a step toward self-governance. …

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We are the attackers in the Clash of Civilizations. We’re winning.

Summary:  The world is wracked by a clash of civilizations. America is the aggressor. Those who oppose us are on the defensive. America is winning, with eventual victory almost certain. Second in a series, an updated version of posts from June 2008. Contents A spectre haunts the world. Islam vs. America. Long ago some saw …

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A non-violent crusade giving rights to the world’s women!

Summary:    Part three of a series women in the Af-Pak War.  Part one looked at our past efforts, trashing women’s rights in Iraq and Afghanistan — and the CIA’s recommendation about women as a  casus belli.  Part two examined the moral basis of a war to help women.  Part three examines the practical aspects of the proposed …

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About our sudden concern for Afghanistan’s women (& the desperate search for a reason to fight)

Summary:    Part two of a series women in the Af-Pak War.  The other chapters are listed at the end. . David Rothkopf (Wikipedia bio) writes a column at the Foreign Policy magazine’s website with the tagline “How the world is really run.”  Based on these two columns about the war in Afghanistan, it appears he is unqualified …

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One step beyond Lind: What is America’s geopolitical strategy?

Part X of a series about America’s new Long War First, we would have to adopt a realistic strategic goal, one that might be attainable. The present strategic goal of turning Afghanistan into a modern, secular, capitalist state with “equal rights for women” and similar claptrap lies in the in realm of fantasy. — William …

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