jerkey wrote:All eyes are on this weekend, when the showdown in the Korean peninsula are certain to go under way.y
This is clearly the most dangerous situation since the Bay of Pigs, and a number of signs do not sit well with facts. Of course, that is nothing new for this president.
Assad declared the gassing to be untrue, and a number of experts here verified that.
Which is truth, which is reality?
Dwight D Eisenhower way back in the 1950's warned of the power of the military-industrial complex, and Richard Nixon his vice president and later president warned of the rise of an inescapable fascism in the United States.
Another interesting side line..is the possible interpretation of
the NK debacle is, the view that it fits well with Trump's use of
deflecting problems. That it is common procedure among
dictators to fool.the public's internal awareness of their own
feelings, by the projection into outward enemies, seems not to dawn on them. It's use over and over again proved the point
that the masses are incapable to learn from history.
The other view is that the potential Korean threat is merely so much smoke, lacking the actual technology to deliver a credible threat. By the time that were to happen and the fat boy was really able to deliver his fat boy to the U.S. mainland it is highly conceivable that a full proof anti ballistic missile system could be put into place.
The other view opposing the above is, that there is no collusion at all on any level in Trump's ideology, neither politically at home, not militarily at home and abroad
How to untangle the facts from the propaganda machine, now that thebsfal media has been fractured from so called conservativy fair and balanced need such as Fox news?
There does not seem any popular taking middle of the road, a further demonstration of the sudden rise of the centrist position's sudden emergence.
No synthesis here, the Marxian materialistic one not that of that which in the spirit of compromise can make itself
understood no, the dialectic of reason is not within the
historically developed thought processes of here-to-fore, it is
the pure abysmal depth reflecting back the incongruous and
broken pieces of a broken system, here and abroad, systemic
of a general malaise be taking this unhappy world.
For its unhappiness is rooted in ennui, one that is so devestating, that it would rather entertain itself with Romanesque type est games to the death, than be able to overcome its internal madness. No that is impossible to acknowledge, it's far easier to deflect one's madness into to populism's ignorance.
That madness is in the air, of that there is no doubt, but of what mind, and where it ultimately will lead, is a fair question.
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