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A member of the National Guard - a department which costs over $8 billion a year. Photo: DVIDSHUB via Flickr (CC BY)
A member of the National Guard - a department which costs over $8 billion a year. Photo: DVIDSHUB via Flickr (CC BY)
23 Apr 2016

Global pitbulls: the US military mission to support corporate colonialism

This is tragically our planet's reality... An excerpt: With its 800 bases in 80 countries, the US's global military domination is often seen as an altruistic exercise to ensure world peace and harmony, writes Pete Dolack. It is, of course, the opposite: the essential underpinning of the US's predatory economic…

The Science of Killing Has Become an Impractical Instrument of Political Domination

This is an excellent article. An excerpt: Surveying the U.S.'s imminent defeat in Vietnam in his 1972 book, Roots of War, Richard Barnet observed, "…at the very moment the number one nation has perfected the science of killing, it has become an impractical instrument of political domination." Since the 1980s, the U.S. has systematically violated the U.N. Charter's prohibition against the threat or use of military force, carving out a regime of impunity for itself…

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