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Clay Douglas

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My Guest today is: John Kaminski http://therebel.org/en/opinion/kaminski  First and foremost, a nation of killers  America is a nation of killers. It always has been, from the first Pilgrims who set foot in Massachusetts and later murdered the very people who had saved them from starvation. The entire American population is trapped in a self-delusion that they are heroes, fighting an endless string of evil enemies. But in fact their targeted enemies have always been innocent people, usually minding their own business, put in harm's way by their own valuable possessions, which Americans inevitably covet, and will kill anyone to get.

You could say this sly, self-justifying homicidal behavior is really a human problem, endemic to every nation or ethnic group. More fashionable lately is to blame it all on the clever Jews, who have controlled America and most other countries in a surreptitious way for a very long time. But lately, at least for most of the last century, when the blood of innocents is seeping into ravaged landscapes charred by bombs, it has always been Americans doing the bulk of the killing. This is something — from Sand Creek to Dresden to My Lai to Fallujah — that makes them very proud. You could say that they learned it all from the British, who learned it all from the Romans, but you'd be wrong. All the great empires of history were the greatest killers, and to think otherwise is to be naive. The most prosperous and forward looking countries have always been the best killers, and America, whose budget for wars and weapons exceeds the combined total of all the other countries of the world, is the most prodigious killer country of all time. Please go to http://freeamerican.com and www.shop.freeamerican.com to order my books and the new Free American Magazines.

 

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