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originally posted by: imjack
a reply to: Reallyfolks
I'm saying the United States Army, had not idea, where he was, on the planet, before he decided to watch some TV.
I did not follow the news. I had heard they shot missiles. I typed into Google, gaddafi missile strike and found results that answer your questions.
There is no position that is too low for you to take is there?? Nothing too underhanded or slanderous that you consider too ridiculous to throw in to an argument??? No amount of hyperbole or exaggeration you feel is out of line or inappropriate???
Please, spare me your judgements about Bernie's "principles" already. It's called facing reality. T
Dunno where Sanders is getting his 'facts' from
The accolade belongs instead to the unreconstructed, anti-American Marxist Howard Zinn, whose cartoon anti-history of the United States is still selling 128,000 copies a year twenty years after its original publication. Many of those copies are assigned readings for courses in colleges and high schools taught by leftist disciples of their radical mentor. - See more at: historynewsnetwork.org...
Through Zinn’s looking-glass, Maoist China, site of history’s bloodiest state-sponsored killings, becomes “the closest thing, in the long history of that ancient country, to a people’s government, independent of outside control.” The authoritarian Nicaraguan Sandinistas were “welcomed” by their own people, while the opposition Contras, who backed the candidate that triumphed when free elections were finally held, were a “terrorist group” that “seemed to have no popular support inside Nicaragua.” Castro’s Cuba, readers learn, “had no bloody record of suppression.” - See more at: historynewsnetwork.org...
Zinn’s Marxist explanation of the New World begins with Columbus who like every other settler in the New World was driven by the (evil) profit motive. “Behind the English invasion of North America, behind their massacre of Indians, their deception, their brutality, was that special powerful drive born in civilizations based on private profit.” This malicious view of people who often came to the New World to escape persecution in the old, who sometimes championed the rights of indigenous peoples and who mostly attempted to live peacefully alongside them is characteristic of the extreme anti-European, anti-white, any American prejudice of this book - See more at: historynewsnetwork.org...
Zinn’s Marxist explanation of the New World begins with Columbus who like every other settler in the New World was driven by the (evil) profit motive.
“Behind the English invasion of North America, behind their massacre of Indians, their deception, their brutality, was that special powerful drive born in civilizations based on private profit.”
originally posted by: charlyv
The entire planet was racist, in one form or another, back then.
To deny that just basically ignores our collective history and defines Hippocracy.
It is still here, but morphed into self-righteous ideals that still serve as a control mechanism for some very dubious PTB.
Sorry no fear just loathing.