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The Deadly Danger of Blind Patriotism and Jingoism

“Blind patriotism has been kept intact by rewriting history to provide people with moral consolation and a psychological basis for denial.” ~ William H. Boyer

The biggest danger we face in the USA today is blind patriotism. The government of the USA is evil and has been using the US military for evil (interventionist) purposes abroad since the time of Spanish American War (1898)… Continue reading

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Cui bono? Who benefits? What nation-state benefitted from the 9/11 attacks?

“Cui bono (‘To whose benefit?’, literally ‘as a benefit to whom?’, a double dative construction), also rendered as Cui prodest, is a Latin adage that is used either to suggest a hidden motive or to indicate that the party responsible for something may not be who it appears at first to be. Commonly the phrase is used to suggest that the person or people guilty of committing a crime may be found among those who have something to gain, chiefly with an eye toward financial gain. The party that benefits may not always be obvious or may have successfully diverted attention to a scapegoat, for example.” Continue reading

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