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The phony anti-war movement

Posted by seumasach on May 8, 2011

Glen Ford


7th May, 2011

“Once Obama was safely in the White House, the anti-war movement was all but dismantled, having served its partisan political purpose.”

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Folly, left and right- It’s an honor to be attacked by the left and the right

Posted by seumasach on August 16, 2010

Apart from the fact that we don’t have anyone of the stature of Justin Raimondo in this country for the left and the right to slander, it is remarkable how familiar this scenario is. The point Raimondo makes, namely, that the left/right dichotomy is a completely artificial one benefiting only the War Party, virtually the entire political class in the UK, is an absolutely fundamental one.

Justin Raimondo

13th August, 2010

Attacked by left, smeared by the right – I must be doing something right. That, at least, is what I’m led to believe by the two most recent polemics directed at your humble servant. The first, from the pages of the Daily Caller – the right-wing answer to theHuffington Post – is really a study in the damage that public school has done to our youth: the incoherence is palpable. Entitled “Sun Tzu versus Justin Raimondo,” the piece, by one Kerry Patton, takes on my most recent appearance on Judge Andrew Napolitano’s “Freedom Watch” program, albeit through a tangled thicket of tortured prose, to wit:

“While many conservatives and libertarians argue similar points of interest, they oftentimes are arguing the same message.”

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