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Thursday, March 8, 2018

Tucker Carlson Destroys the War Hawk John Bolton

As Justin Raimondo and Ilana Mercer make clear, this was really something. And make sure you listen to the close.




 -Robert Wenzel 

11 comments:

  1. I'm reading a book now---Peter Van Buren's "We Meant Well"---that details the foibles, lunacy and hubris of American reconstruction policy in Iraq. Sardonic, wry, well-written...I think Bolton needs to read it when I'm done.

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    1. Bolton, just like everyone in D.C is trilateral commission, Bilderberg..., on and on. We deceive ourselves when we think any of these people are our friends or potential friends. We are controlled economically, not politically. Until the common Joe understands the contents of Hazlitt's "Economics in One Lesson" we are screwed. We are controlled and manipulated by our economic ignorance.

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    2. That and 12 years of government indoctrination camp and the propaganda of the mass media. The USA invented and perfected propaganda. The Nazis Joseph Goebbels actually copied the work of Edward Bernays. http://theconversation.com/the-manipulation-of-the-american-mind-edward-bernays-and-the-birth-of-public-relations-44393

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  2. --- Ilana Mercer: "Thanks, @TuckerCarlson: The first @FoxNews anchor to challenge the vampiric #JohnBolton on war, war war in the Middle East." ---

    While it could be technically true that Tucker Carlson is the first Fox News anchor to challenge Bolton directly, it has been Fox Business News' libertarian anchor Kennedy who many times has questioned Bolton about his pro-Iraq war and pro-intervention positions, to the point of 'friendly' confrontation and heated argument.

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  3. Bolton wants combat troops in Iraq permanently? Does he have any idea what that is like? I wonder if he wants to risk being blown up by an IED, stabbed while in public, prosecuted because you got confused in a firefight, or the worst: Come back home having lost your mind? And for what end? To keep "Pressure" on Iran not to take over the whole Middle East as the USA cuts off chunks of it from its enemies and hands them over?

    And even if you have not significant relationships with people in the combat zone, who will pay the loans take out to do this? Who will take the job losses back home as precious capital is devoted to war mongering and taken away from entrepreneurs at home?

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  4. The path to making the US, and the world, a better place starts with hawks like John Bolton, Lindsey Graham, John McCain and Tom Cotton (just to name a few) going away.

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    1. "The path to making the US, and the world a better place starts with..........ending the worldwide usery banking cabal who funds both and all sides with debt that both and all sides MUST pay back or at least become forever debt slaves". "Capital", in the true sense of the term, is nothing more than profit from actually producing a good or service and selling it in a free market for more than it took to produce it. BUT, if you have a "license" to create "capital" from thin air and control the "price of capital".............do I really need to say more? How much war can you pay for if you run out of real capital? How many voting blocks can you subsidize? You ALWAYS get more of what you subsidize. Real capital; real stabilization.
      My "Red Pill" arrived with my Purple Heart on 12 March 67'.
      There will always be Boltons, McCains, Grahams, and Cottons. Remove their "subsidies" and they are powerless.

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    2. The world is slowly but surely adopting commodity based "capital" which limits the ability of hawks like the aforementioned to wage war. End the ability to create "capital" from thin air..........

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  5. It's amazing you still have white Republicans arguing that Obama lost the Iraq War. Makes me almost wanna invest in Black face.
    #flawedculture

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  6. Tucker, “better record than yours, I would say”.

    That was great. As usual, blood thirsty murdering pos neocons like Bolton are never held accountable for their actions.
    I bet he peed himself when Tucker mentioned possible conflict with Russia and Iran.

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  7. Notice that Bolton's responses to Tucker's questions about what American interest is served by attacking Iran never dealt with America.

    Every answer began with "Israel blah-blah-blah-blah..."

    Does Bolton think no one notices that his clique of neocons conflates America with Israel?

    They're ready to protect Tel Aviv to the last drop of American blood, and the last penny of American budget!

    War! War! War!

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