In my daily read of the left-leaning blogs I frequent, I came across an article that simply blows my mind. Here is a snippet:
Certainly since Vietnam, America has increasingly practiced a policy of minimalism and restraint in war. And now this unacknowledged policy, which always makes a space for the enemy, has us in another long and rather passionless war against a weak enemy.
Why this new minimalism in war?
It began, I believe, in a late-20th-century event that transformed the world more profoundly than the collapse of communism: the world-wide collapse of white supremacy as a source of moral authority, political legitimacy and even sovereignty.
I guess I was just brainwashed by the lib'rul edukashun system and even lib'ruler media that those things are(were) a product of our constitution, the wonderful 3 branches of government with their checks and balances and what-not. I never thought the American moral authority, political legitimacy and sovereignty was a product of the KKK and neo-nazi skinheads. If you want, you can read the rest of the article here. But I think the excerpt above says it all.
Thank you Critical Role
1 month ago