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    • Mark Lincoln
    • 24.08.07 | 04:16 (IDT)

    The psycho-right is telling us that war is inevitable. The psycho-right tells us that war must end in Victory. Remember what the psycho-right in the form of Tojo told Japan - that nothing but easy victory would arise from attacking the US, Britain and Holland - after all, had not China been a pushover? Remember what the psycho-right told Germany. That Hitler had brought victory from the Western Wall to the Soviet Union and it should declare war on the United States. Remember what the psycho-right told America? That within weeks we would be greeted as glorious liberators, that Iraqis would throw rose petals beneath the jack boots of our liberating troops and then submit to us as victors? The psycho-right wants more wars; war with Iran, war with Syria, war with reality. The insane will always war with reality. And they will always reject anyone who remembers the real world instead of their delusions.

    from the article: Leaving the home front out of range
    First published 00:00 23.08.07 | Last updated 00:00 23.08.07
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