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The End of The Post-War Western Alliance
| March 8, 2003
| Gary North
Posted on 03/08/2003 11:40:35 AM PST by Commander8
The post-war Western alliance, as incarnated by the United Nations, is finished. Its future is as shaky as Ted Turner's stock portfolio. It needs life support. I can honestly say that I never thought I would see this.
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TOPICS: Business/Economy; Constitution/Conservatism; Foreign Affairs
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I hope this is more than just wishful thinking on Mr. North's part.
The Y2K Gary North?
Yeah, that's the same guy.
I'm sure this bugs the cr*p out of LewRockwell.Com. How can they complain about our too-strong ties with Old Europe when there aren't any?
posted on 03/08/2003 11:44:16 AM PST
(Don't believe every tagline you read - including this one)
I keep thinking, I would never have expected for George W Bush to be a great player in this scenerio - after all, he WENT to the UN in the first place. But it seems to be happening, doesn't it?
Supplies for the US garrison in Berlin being unloaded from C-47 aircraft at Tempelhof during the emergency air movement later dubbed the "Little Lift," 2 April 1948. How soon they forget...
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