Subsidized Video Habits

Thursday, July 31, 2003
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US soldiers, stationed at bases all over the world, are spending too much time in the red light districts. We know of the problems in Okinawa. What’s the solution? Have the taxpayers pay for networked gaming centers, where they can sit all day and “advance their soldiering skills.”

Read Chalmers Johnson – in his book Blowback – and hear what American military leaders do (in terms of their bases scattered all over the world) as they run roughshod over private property, and how imported American culture runs awry and unchecked, causing foreigners to be mortified. He’s especially enlightened on the Okinawa problems, which are repulsive to read about.

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