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Jill Stein managed to denounce American imperialism without mentioning the invasion of the Crimea and Russian intervention in the Syrian Civil War to prop up the old regime. Stein is what Orwell called a renegade liberal. Progressives hunt the world for dictators to worship. As George Orwell said in 1941 Pacifism is objectively pro-Fascist. This is …

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If the dilettantes at the end of the known world accomplished anything at all by declaring New Zealand nuclear free after 1984, anything at all, it was to prolong the Cold War, embolden Communist Russia and increase the chance of a nuclear exchange. As George Orwell said in 1941 Pacifism is objectively pro-Fascist. This is …

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This idea of suing ministers for abuse of public office has appeal given the gap between many left-wing policies and sound economics. Anti-war MPs such as Jeremy Corbyn should be sued for abuse of public office and crimes against peace for not making the knockdown argument against the 2nd war against Iraq. Instead, Corbyn said …

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The Vietnam anti-war movement were primarily the result of the draft: hell no, we won’t go and the burning of draft cards. Richard Nixon was as cunning a rat who ever occupied the Oval Office. He was elected in 1968 to end the Vietnam war and to end the draft. Nixon had an intuitive economic …

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Publishing this report during the Gaza war rather than many months later might have left Amnesty International with the semblance of impartiality. According to UN data, more than 4,800 rockets and 1,700 mortars were fired from Gaza towards Israel between 8 July and 26 August. Around 224 projectiles are believed to have struck Israeli residential …

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Thomas Schelling (and Robert Aumann) did terrible things such as work out how not to blunder into wars and how to deter wars rather than have to actually fight them. Schelling’s unique contribution at the Rand Corporation involved viewing strategic situations as bargaining processes. Focusing on the stand-off between the United States and the Soviet …

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