Archive for the 'Korean War' Category

26 May, 2021

Posted by Socrates in America, America as an arm of world Jewry, America First movement, America-as-a-global-policeman, interventionism, interventionism vs. isolationism, Iran, jewed foreign policy, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Jewish warmongering, Korean War, war, war as a racket, war as unnecessary, war propaganda, War! War! War!, World War I, World War II at 2:07 pm | Permanent Link

Isolationism is the best foreign policy. It prevents wars. On the other hand, internationalism/globalism causes wars. Yet, strangely, globalism is popular, or at least widely tolerated [1]. America was relatively isolationist until circa 1900. But today, America fights a new war every 10 or 12 years. Just after the UN was created, guess what happened? […]

13 February, 2021

Posted by Socrates in interventionism, interventionism vs. isolationism, Israel, Israel - the facts, Korean War, kosher conservatives, leftism, leftists, liberalism, liberals, Neocon agenda, neocon ideology, Neocons, perpetual war for perpetual peace, Reagan, Roosevelt, Socrates, Truman, Trump, Trump's policies, Trumpphobia, War! War! War!, Zionism, Zionist lobby at 11:13 am | Permanent Link

Talk about a stupid move: Donald Trump got more votes than any U.S. president in history in 2020, yet, this new group ignores that fact and embraces failed neocon ideology. Not smart. The neocons want to “return to normalcy”? They mean: “return to the days of ‘conservatives who don’t conserve anything.’” Yeah, sure. We had […]

20 May, 2020

Posted by Socrates in America, Congress, Iraq War, Korea, Korean War, NATO, Serbia, Serbs, Socrates, UN, UN Charter, UN founders, war, war as a racket, war crimes, War! War! War! at 3:31 pm | Permanent Link

(This post is dedicated to U.S. Marine Corps CPL Leonard Edward Hayworth of Crown Point, Indiana [1928-1950]; Killed In Action, Seoul, Korea, Sept. 1950. Hayworth is featured in the 1951 photo book “This Is War!”). “Is UN machinery a legal substitute for congressional action? If that were possible, the President and the Senate could rely […]