Archive for the ‘War’ Category

Military Privilege

Thursday, April 11, 2013 11:41 6 Comments

This morning I noted that Detroit Int’l Airport has a Freedom Lounge with a sign says “Serving Those Who Serve Us.” It’s a special ‘military only’ lounge for the government’s war enforcers. They sure as heck don’t serve me because I don’t conduct the wars they “serve.” Surely the airport doesn’t have an entrepreneur’s lounge, [...]

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Your Unknowing Masters

Saturday, February 16, 2013 16:38 3 Comments

This is from the greatest hits archive. This one must never be lost for future archeologists.

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America’s Top Sniper is Killed by a PTSD Vet

Sunday, February 3, 2013 15:25 4 Comments

The hero killer for the state, Chris Kyle, America’s most admired sniper, was killed at a gun range. The New York Times reports: The police identified the gunman as Eddie Ray Routh, a 25-year-old veteran with a history of mental illness who had served in both Iraq and Afghanistan. The police offered no information about [...]

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Give Your Children the Gift of Love: Their Very Own Drone and Kill List

Thursday, January 24, 2013 19:05 No Comments

An authentic US Air Force unmanned aerial vehicle¬†with display stand. The customer reviews are priceless. Well, that’s because this appears to be a “fake” Amazon page. Though one can barely navigate the waters between ‘real’ and ‘satire’ nowadays without fervent research.

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You Chose the Mall Over a Murdering Spree?

Wednesday, July 4, 2012 19:59 3 Comments

If you didn’t sacrifice your children to die for the government-corporatocracy complex, then the least you can do is send the state your dough. Or so says a bunch of wealthy bastards who feel guilty for not dying for the state.¬†This quote from the article is rather telling: Every successful business person in America “has [...]

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Benito Napolitano

Monday, May 7, 2012 20:19 4 Comments

The evil Napolitano (as opposed to the good one) speaks to Australians about why they should be aligned and supportive of the US military-industrial-surveillance-security complex. Reader Chris Bieber writes, “Mussolini said the same thing…only in Italian.”

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Plastic Patriot Ignorance

Saturday, January 14, 2012 15:47 2 Comments

Regarding Lew Rockwell’s post on the website that bears his name: he notes the twist on the definition of terrorism: “Terrorism is a Muslim killing an Israeli, an American, or one of their allies.” But an American, Israeli, or one of their allies killing a “Terrorist” in his own homeland is a hero, a soldier [...]

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Never Enough War

Thursday, December 22, 2011 6:30 2 Comments

Dorothy Rabinowitz of the War Street Journal is terrified at the thought of Ron Paul winning in Iowa and showcasing his influence on foreign policy to the masses. I always chuckle when I see the neocons comparing the peaceful and non-interventionist foreign policy that Ron Paul advocates to the warmongering, occupy-the-world foreign policy of … [...]

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A Deadly Month in the Not-a-War in Iraq

Sunday, May 1, 2011 15:19 3 Comments

Eleven deaths in April, but six of those were called “non-hostile incidents.” Around 45,000 US soldiers still remain stationed in Iraq, and while they are primarily charged with training and equipping their local counterparts, they can return fire in self-defence and still take part in joint counter-terror operations with Iraqi forces. You see, it’s really [...]

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I Hate Your Next War Already

Sunday, March 13, 2011 18:38 4 Comments

I was at an art show recently in Detroit’s Cass Corridor district. I like these things because they draw a really eclectic-gritty city crowd, including the usual share of old-fangled leftists from the old Detroit Communist League and assorted labour interests. There was a very senior gentleman we came across, and most anyone with a [...]

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