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Globalization: The Final Demise of National Security
The August Review ^ | 3/26/06 | Patrick Wood

Posted on 03/24/2006 5:00:37 AM PST by wotan

Zbigniew Brzezinski, co-founder of the global elitist Trilateral Commission in 1973 and the principal architect of modern globalization, recently wrote in 2004,

"The notion of total national security is now a myth. Total security and total defense in the age of globalization are not attainable. The real issue is: with how much insecurity can America live while promoting its interests in an increasingly interactive, interdependent world?"1

The original Trilateral Commission policy of national insecurity has now come full circle.

The U.S. Department of Commerce white paper, Maritime Security and Beyond, tells us what is at stake in our maritime security policies:Maritime Security

"America's coasts, rivers, bridges, tunnels, ports, ships, military bases, and waterside industries may be the terrorists' next targets. The overall risk associated with the vulnerability of the U.S. maritime assets, both as a potential target for terrorist activity and more importantly as a transportation platform for the introduction of a "Trojan Horse," in which a potential weapon of mass destruction (WMD), terrorist, contraband or illegal aliens, enters the U.S. through its seaports, has been made very clear in the last several years. A catastrophic event at a seaport facility would not only affect the global transport infrastructure, but could also result in global economic devastation for a long period of time." [emphasis added]2

The issue of national security is of huge importance to all Americans. There are only three ways to enter the U.S. -- by land, sea or air. While globalist politicians have done little, if anything, to secure land borders with Canada and Mexico, it is now apparent that they will do little or nothing to improve our maritime security as well. In fact, they seem to be intent on dismantling what little security remains.

(Excerpt) Read more at augustreview.com ...


TOPICS: Business/Economy; Foreign Affairs; Government; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: brzezinski; globalization; northamericanunion; oneworldgovernment; security; terror; trilateral
"Interdependence": Why is this word so musical to the ears of globalists? Do we really want an interdependent world? Wouldn't that mean a world in which a disaster anywhere is a disaster everywhere? The big problem during the Soviet break-up was the extreme interdependence of the Soviet "Republics". The USSR was, as one economist put it, a dozen monopolies connected by a railroad.

I prefer the word "independence".

1 posted on 03/24/2006 5:00:40 AM PST by wotan
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To: wotan

Every time I hear someone ask "Why does our government allow illegal aliens to over run our nation?" I think globalization. It's a means of erasing borders so we can all live in some kind of fantasy world.


2 posted on 03/24/2006 5:06:39 AM PST by cripplecreek (Never a minigun handy when you need one.)
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To: wotan
"Interdependence": Why is this word so musical to the ears of globalists? Do we really want an interdependent world? Wouldn't that mean a world in which a disaster anywhere is a disaster everywhere?

The European Royality of the 19th century believed in peace through "interdependence" and created and used treaties to enforce this "interdependence".

This "interdependence" lead to the first World War by dragging, through defense treaties, all the nations of Europe into the war.

The aftermath of WWI lead to WWII, then then Cold War and now our War on Terrorism.

This should everyone an idea of the hell globalists are going to create with this "interdependence".

3 posted on 03/24/2006 5:09:08 AM PST by Paul C. Jesup
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To: wotan

Another Trilateral Commission Conspiracy post!

Can you tell us about the source of this article? What organization publishes the article?

Le me guess, this is about the international banking conspiracy?


4 posted on 03/24/2006 5:28:41 AM PST by GeorgefromGeorgia
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To: wotan

"how much insecurity can America live with...?" One of these days we'll find out that it is a lot less than we currently tolerate.


5 posted on 03/24/2006 5:29:21 AM PST by Malesherbes
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To: Paul C. Jesup
"This should everyone an idea of the hell globalists are going to create with this "interdependence"."

I'd guess most in this country have no clue what these jokers are really up to.

6 posted on 03/24/2006 5:32:35 AM PST by CowboyJay (Rough Riders! Tancredo '08)
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To: Paul C. Jesup

"The European Royality of the 19th century believed in peace through "interdependence" and created and used treaties to enforce this "interdependence..."

Yeah, where ARE the Hohenzöllens, Hapsburgs, Esterhazys, and Romanoffs these days.....looks like the ONLY ones left are the Windsors, and they're just gelded figureheads on welfare.....

Globalization is not only insecure, it leads to the One World Government that the two main holy scriptures of Abtahamic Monotheism WARN us about.

Besides, didn't Jefferson, Madison, Hamilton, et. al. caution us about "entangling alliances"?


7 posted on 03/24/2006 5:53:06 AM PST by Crispus Attucks Patriot (The first to give his life for your liberty was a Black man!)
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To: GeorgefromGeorgia

The TLC and the CFR ARE in bed with the international bankers. It goes back to Wilson and his eminance grise Edward Mandell House.


8 posted on 03/24/2006 5:54:26 AM PST by Crispus Attucks Patriot (The first to give his life for your liberty was a Black man!)
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To: Crispus Attucks Patriot

You did not answer my questions?


9 posted on 03/24/2006 6:01:42 AM PST by GeorgefromGeorgia
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To: GeorgefromGeorgia

What's your point?


10 posted on 03/24/2006 6:05:45 AM PST by wotan
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To: GeorgefromGeorgia
Can you tell us about the source of this article?

I can't.

What organization publishes the article?

Some group called The August Review.

About the August Review
http://www.augustreview.com/index.php?module=pagesetter&func=viewpub&tid=5&pid=0

About the Editor
http://www.augustreview.com/index.php?module=pagesetter&func=viewpub&tid=5&pid=1

Trilateral Commission 2006 Membership List
http://www.augustreview.com/images/pics/tcm-2006.pdf

Le me guess, this is about the international banking conspiracy?

Beats me. I never read the links I post.

11 posted on 03/24/2006 6:09:34 AM PST by DumpsterDiver
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To: GeorgefromGeorgia

I'll get the popcorn....


12 posted on 03/24/2006 6:12:39 AM PST by Jason_b
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To: wotan
I can't quite grasp why politicians are so enamored with globalization. It is nothing more than the surrender of sovereignty, which is counter to The Constitution and violates their oath of office.
13 posted on 03/24/2006 6:18:39 AM PST by The Sons of Liberty (Former SAC Trained Killer)
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To: wotan; A. Pole
"The real issue is: with how much insecurity can America live with while promoting its interests the interests of trans-national corporations in an increasingly interactive, interdependent world?"
14 posted on 03/24/2006 6:21:52 AM PST by Wolfie
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To: The Sons of Liberty
I can't quite grasp why politicians are so enamored with globalization.

Politicians are enamored with the huge dollars required to keep their jobs as American royalty. Those huge dollars come from the folks who are enamored with, and profit by, globalization.

15 posted on 03/24/2006 6:23:11 AM PST by Wolfie
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To: The Sons of Liberty; Paul Ross
I can't quite grasp why politicians are so enamored with globalization.

One word: greed. Follow the money. There are a lot of people out there (you see some of them right here in FR) cheer this kind of crap on because they think it will make an easy buck, basically getting rich by doing little or no work (e.g., selling out our assets to the highest bidders). In truth, only a very few people will get very, very rich, at the expense of the rest of the country and its citizens. The pols have their hands in the till. Their power depends on money.

16 posted on 03/24/2006 6:25:37 AM PST by chimera
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To: GeorgefromGeorgia

"Le me guess, this is about the international banking conspiracy?"

Hmmm. You seem awfully eager to point the blame away from the global bankers. You must be in league with them!


17 posted on 03/24/2006 6:46:49 AM PST by dljordan
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To: GeorgefromGeorgia

My reply wasn't an answer...your question wasn't put to me.

My reply was a side comment.

The TLC and the CFR should be branded the subversive organizations they are and completely disbanded. We should also withdraw from all alliances, including trhe UN and all trade agreements such as NAFTA, CAFTA,k and trhe WTO. Finally, we should dismantle the illegal and unconstitutional Federal Reserve, go back on the gold standard, and put monetary policy completely in the hands of the Treasury Department.

To Hades with globalists and globalism.


18 posted on 03/24/2006 7:23:40 AM PST by Crispus Attucks Patriot (The first to give his life for your liberty was a Black man!)
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To: DumpsterDiver; wotan; The Sons of Liberty
I have been reading about the Trilateral Commission "banking conspiracy" for years. The primary proponent of this theory once was a group called "Liberty Lobby" that had some anti-semitic inclinations. The Trilateral Commission was almost a code for the Rothchild banker (Jewish) conspiracy.
The theory is that Trilats want to create a one world government controlled by bankers. People across the political spectrum, in theory are on the same page to give up our sovereignty to others, for what, money??

I am not convinced. First, I don't see all the people that are claimed to be a part of this conspiracy to be in agreement on principles contrary to our sovereignty. In particular, I see huge differences between President Reagan and Bush 43 on one side and Carter, Clinton on the other. All agree on free trade, as do I. The economic benefits from free trade are easily recognizable due to the reduction in trade barriers across the world in the past 20 -25 years. However, Bush has resisted many of the left proposals to surrender our sovereignty. Second, I don't how the "August Review" has factual demonstrated the evil intentions of Trilats. What has happened in the last 30 years that demonstrates the evil intent of the Trilats? A lot of good things have happened in the last thirty years, the fall of the Soviet Union; the Internet has created knowledge freedom across the world; the world economy has improved due to freer trade; more countries have democratic or quasi-democratic countries.

If the Trilats are so evil, what have they done that is so bad?
19 posted on 03/24/2006 7:37:43 AM PST by GeorgefromGeorgia
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To: GeorgefromGeorgia
I have been reading about the Trilateral Commission "banking conspiracy" for years. The primary proponent of this theory once was a group called "Liberty Lobby" that had some anti-semitic inclinations. The Trilateral Commission was almost a code for the Rothchild banker (Jewish) conspiracy. The theory is that Trilats want to create a one world government controlled by bankers. People across the political spectrum, in theory are on the same page to give up our sovereignty to others, for what, money??

Who cares? Just read the article. What purported facts are wrong? What opinions do you find unsubstantiated, etc.? What facts do you want to add? What opinions do you have and why?

It has become far too common for people to be smeared as "anti-Semites" for having a theory that others don't like.

I posted this article because I question the notion that "interdependence" is a good thing. The article points out some troubling consequences for national security.

To the extent that "free trade" creates interdependence, it should be questioned, too. It would be one thing to be buying decorative pillows from Colombia. It would be an entirely different matter to be developing new military technology based on chips manufactured only in the PRC, strategic materials available only from South Africa, etc.

You find "walls" everywhere in nature. Why do you suppose that is? Would you want your cell walls dissolved so all your protoplasm could freely exchange organic chemicals with one another?

20 posted on 03/24/2006 11:41:20 AM PST by wotan
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To: wotan
I prefer the word "independence".

Me too.

"Independence forever!" - John Adams on his deathbed

21 posted on 03/24/2006 11:47:20 AM PST by EternalVigilance (www.usbordersecurity.org)
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To: joanie-f; Jeff Head; hedgetrimmer; glock rocks; Pete-R-Bilt; planekT; yoe; JustPiper; ...

Click on the link and read the entire well written article. This is almost a detailed destination guide. It explains a lot of questions that we have been asking about why there doesn't appear to be much difference between the Ds and Rs.


22 posted on 04/21/2006 10:59:15 PM PDT by B4Ranch (Immigration Control and Border Security -The jobs George W. Bush doesn't want to do.)
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To: Wolfie
"Going forward, we recognise that maritime security is a trans-national issue. Even as we safeguard ships and port facilities, there is also a need for greater international cooperation and multilateral efforts to ensure the security...of the global supply chain."
--Mr. Lui Tuck Yew

In short, globalization is about protecting the transnational's goods and property. Do you think they care about our national security or national sovereignty? Look at it this way: it interferes with the global supply chain.
23 posted on 04/21/2006 11:06:36 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer ("I'm a millionaire thanks to the WTO and "free trade" system--Hu Jintao top 10 worst dictators)
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To: 1rudeboy
this post's for you
24 posted on 04/21/2006 11:08:06 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer ("I'm a millionaire thanks to the WTO and "free trade" system--Hu Jintao top 10 worst dictators)
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To: wotan

There is nothing good for the American people in the notion of interdependence. The revolutionary war was fought to establish independence and rebuke the "free trade" system Britain had foisted on the world. They are at it again, this time more successfully, because the last 50 years has been spent breeding the INDEPENDENCE out of our government and of the American people.


25 posted on 04/21/2006 11:12:10 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer ("I'm a millionaire thanks to the WTO and "free trade" system--Hu Jintao top 10 worst dictators)
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To: B4Ranch

That article is certainly a stunner. Thanks for the ping.


26 posted on 04/21/2006 11:19:09 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer ("I'm a millionaire thanks to the WTO and "free trade" system--Hu Jintao top 10 worst dictators)
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To: hedgetrimmer
It answers questions for every patriot from every country in the world , doesn't it?
27 posted on 04/22/2006 7:46:52 AM PDT by B4Ranch (Immigration Control and Border Security -The jobs George W. Bush doesn't want to do.)
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To: hedgetrimmer; Grampa Dave
It's the bottom half of the article that is interesting.

Grampa Dave, here is your money trail, and what do you know, but the islamofascists would be nothing without Western money.

DP World, who will shortly take over operation of 21 U.S. port terminal facilities, is wholly owned by the royal family that constitutes the government of the UAE. This form of government, where a family owns and runs the government, is unknown in the western world. It is the pinnacle of fascism and dictatorship combined.

Most assume that the royal family's riches came from royalties paid on oil production, and this is certainly true. But even that kind of wealth cannot account for the rapid rise of DP World as a top player in shipping and port operation throughout the world.

Records show, for instance, that DP World purchased P&O for $6.8 billion. Only $300 million (5 percent) actually came from DP World -- the rest, $6.5 billion, was provided by Barclays Capital and Deutsche Bank AG.

In short, it is the global banking community that enables the corporate expansion of powerful companies owned by close-knit Islamic families in the GCC countries. Without global bank support, there would be no DP World to take over American shipping ports.


28 posted on 04/22/2006 7:57:49 AM PDT by Carry_Okie (There are people in power who are truly evil.)
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To: B4Ranch

Good link. Thanks.


29 posted on 04/22/2006 1:04:45 PM PDT by Czar (StillFedUptotheTeeth@Washington)
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To: B4Ranch; hedgetrimmer
"It explains a lot of questions that we have been asking about why there doesn't appear to be much difference between the Ds and Rs."

It's like the old story about security in Mouseland:
First the white cats got into power, by promising Cheese with safety, and while the mice ate their 'free' cheese the cats ate the plumpest and juciest mice at their leisure.
Then, the Black cats ran on a ticket of Safety with peanuts, and were elected by a landslide, and while the mice ate their 'free' peanuts the cats continued to pick off the plump juicy mice of choice, and there was much dissatisfaction in mouseland.
The mice were in a quandry; what kind of cats did they need to rule over Mouseland? Finally H. Ross Per-Rat bought up some time on Mousevision, and proclaimed "what we need is cats that are black and white to protect us..." - and now you are wondering "where is mouseland?" aren't you!

30 posted on 04/22/2006 3:25:11 PM PDT by editor-surveyor (Atheist and Fool are synonyms; Evolution is where fools hide from the sunrise)
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To: B4Ranch; dalereed; NormsRevenge; tubebender; hedgetrimmer; forester; Amerigomag; FOG724; ...
Well hey! Just look how they've turned today's list of bulletins on BigCharts.MarketWatch.com into a list of lectures to the USA/Free (Non-Commie) World!!!

7:18 IMF should watch dollar, not yuan, Zhou says
7:05 Zhou says gradual rise in yuan is best
6:04 China's Zhou: Exchange reforms must be gradual
6:00 Zhou: China rejects label of currency manipulator
6:00 Zhou: Some monetary policy action need to curb money growth

It's getting to be enough to gag a maggot!!! (or anything that rhymes with that)

Today, our POTUS is in West Sacramento piddling around with stupid Schwartzenegger's "hydrogen highway" and probably riding around in that useless "hydrogen hummer," too!!! We're NOT going to make hydrogen ANYTHING without nuclear energy at a level comparable to the FRENCHIES and these two boobs can't even get a dam built on the American River to make failing CA levees irrelevant like the Chinese Communists are doing on the Yankzee River!!!

So there you have it! Our "leaders" haven't got the common sense of the Chinese, or EVEN THE FRENCH!!!

31 posted on 04/22/2006 4:44:49 PM PDT by SierraWasp (Without knowing the force of words, it is impossible to know man!!! (or especially Waspman!!!))
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To: cripplecreek
"It's a means of erasing borders so we can all live in some kind of fantasy world."

All written and sung about in a tune so moving that my first born's public high school graduating class adopted it as their "class song" for their graduation ceremonies! The song? "Imagine" by the Beatles! Read the lyrics and you'll see why so many young people in this world are confused, today!!!

32 posted on 04/22/2006 4:50:11 PM PDT by SierraWasp (Without knowing the force of words, it is impossible to know man!!! (or especially Waspman!!!))
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To: SierraWasp
But, but, but ...

A great many Freepers keep voting for these clowns because the alternative is: (choose one) unthinkable, dastardly, communist, Democrat, domestic, unpatriotic.

I'm really beginning to wonder how the word Republican got associated with FreeRepublic in the first place since the Republican Party has become anything but republican.

33 posted on 04/22/2006 5:09:41 PM PDT by Amerigomag
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To: Amerigomag
The Republican Party has left us old lifetime Republicans for the new crop of socialist-neocon Pubs. That's fine if that's the way they want to do it. No more contributions locally or nationally from this old man. Them bucks are all going to go to Constitution Party candidates from now on.
34 posted on 04/22/2006 5:20:13 PM PDT by B4Ranch (Immigration Control and Border Security -The jobs George W. Bush doesn't want to do.)
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To: Amerigomag; Jim Robinson
I think it was because the owner/operator was originally trying to hang on to being a Democrat almost as doggedly as Zell Miller, but at least saw the hopelessness in trying to reconcile a non-partisan conservative website with such a hopelessly confusing partisan label as "Democrat!"

That Party left him, just as it did Reagan, Miller, Nunn, Jackson (Scoop) and many others! Now he freely encourages Republican partisans to mingle with non-partisan and Republican conservatives on his conservative website.

Of course, even though a high percentage of Republicans consider themselves "conservatives," a surprisingly large percentage are embarrassed by conservatives. They don't want to leave the Republican Party although they're uncomfortable with it's largely conservative tilt, so their solution to that is to dominate the Party, the way that conservatives have done for the past decade.

At least that's the way I see it, although I'm sure we'll always find those that disagree with this conservative on this avowed "conservative" website!!! Right???

35 posted on 04/22/2006 5:28:03 PM PDT by SierraWasp (Without knowing the force of words, it is impossible to know man!!! (or especially Waspman!!!))
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To: SierraWasp

I've watched the One World Socialists tear this country apart for the last 60+ years from the great country I was born in to the pile of dung that it is today.

The only reason that it isn't totally destroyed yet, but getting close, is that conservatives have been fighting it and have delayed the total demise.


36 posted on 04/22/2006 6:07:23 PM PDT by dalereed
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To: SierraWasp
China is "becoming more knowledgeable about how all countries need to play the game in Washington," said Kenneth Lieberthal, who oversaw China policy for the National Security Council under former President Bill Clinton.
37 posted on 04/22/2006 6:09:37 PM PDT by hedgetrimmer ("I'm a millionaire thanks to the WTO and "free trade" system--Hu Jintao top 10 worst dictators)
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To: wotan

""Zbigniew Brzezinski, co-founder of the global elitist Trilateral Commission in 1973 and the principal architect of modern globalization""


what a stupid statement...globalization has been going on ever since marco polo came back from China


38 posted on 04/22/2006 6:09:41 PM PDT by georgia2006
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To: SierraWasp
Of course, even though a high percentage of Republicans consider themselves "conservatives," a surprisingly large percentage are embarrassed by conservatives. They don't want to leave the Republican Party although they're uncomfortable with it's largely conservative tilt, so their solution to that is to dominate the Party, the way that conservatives have done for the past decade.

"Patriotism is supporting your country all the time and your government when it deserves it." - Mark Twain

39 posted on 04/22/2006 6:30:52 PM PDT by B4Ranch (Immigration Control and Border Security -The jobs George W. Bush doesn't want to do.)
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To: wotan
I prefer the word "independence".

As do I.
Interesting post.

BTTT

/jasper

40 posted on 04/22/2006 7:14:56 PM PDT by Jasper (Stand Fast, Craigellachie ! - Free Travis McGee)
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To: Carry_Okie

You mean maybe Lenin was right? (See his "Imperialism.")


41 posted on 04/23/2006 4:15:15 PM PDT by RobbyS ( CHIRHO)
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To: RobbyS
So was Orwell. Here is a little quote written in 1938 from Homage to Catalonia:
In reality, it was the Communists above all others who prevented revolution in Spain. Later, when the Right Wing forces were in full control, the Communists showed themselves willing to go a great deal further than the Liberals in hunting down revolutionary leaders.

[Snip]

Between the Communists and those who claim to stand to the Left of them there is a real difference. The Communists hold that Fascism can be beaten by alliance with sections of the capitalist class (the Popular Front); their opponents hold that this maneuver simply gives Fascism new breeding-grounds. The question has got to be settled; to make the wrong decision may be to land ourselves in for centuries of semi-slavery.


42 posted on 04/23/2006 5:02:21 PM PDT by Carry_Okie (There are people in power who are truly evil.)
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To: Carry_Okie

There is a theory that capitalism leads to liberal democracy. That theory is to be tested in China and, I fear, found wanting. It sure didn't tame Imperial Germany.


43 posted on 04/23/2006 5:13:01 PM PDT by RobbyS ( CHIRHO)
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To: wotan

Great article BTTT


44 posted on 04/23/2006 6:00:49 PM PDT by antisocial (Texas SCV - Deo Vindice)
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To: Pukin Dog

"House Divided" PING!


45 posted on 05/19/2006 8:43:43 AM PDT by butternut_squash_bisque (.)
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To: Paul C. Jesup
No, that is factually untrue and such revisionist history, that not even a lefty historian would write such garbage!
46 posted on 05/20/2006 9:13:20 PM PDT by nopardons
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To: wotan
BTTT!!! For Marker.

:)Easy Does It:)

47 posted on 05/20/2006 11:16:51 PM PDT by eazdzit (Register Independent CROSS OVER IN THE PRIMARIES!!! VOTE AGAINST CFR, NWO, GLOBALIST RepuboCrats !!)
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