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Chaos as the new US strategy and "Reflections on the overthrow of communism"

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Submitted by Ianus (Poland), Feb 18, 2013 at 08:04

Kepha Hor ,

I remember you well from our previous debates, if one may call your parroting of the official American fairy tales "a debate". If one day Xinjiang or Chinese Turkestan becomes an Islamic state as you American friends and the local and US-based Uighur Fifth Column are planning to do , then I guess you get a chance of becoming the "first democraticly elected" puppet president on the American payroll in this new Islamic state. They invented Hamid Karzai to run their Afghan drug cartel, so why not you to run the (mafia-like) Islamic Republic of Uighuristan ?

Now you say :

>Ianus, speaking as an American with outside-America connections, I'll tell you why the Soviets created "order and stability" while American policy leaves chaos.

Americans are raised in generations of responsible, participatory citizenship, and because there are so many American wannabes who come to America and end up Americans after 5 years on a green card or a few more on refugee/asylle status, they think that other societies that can make the same kind of open, participatory, compact-based political system. Hence, America gets involved in things like WWII and flops miserably in peace while winning the war.<

This fairy tale is intended to mislead whom ? For more than 30 years America has been exposed to what is aptly described as "the deliberate dumbing down of America". Sadly enough,from what and how you write I must infer that you've fallen victim to it too.

I have dealt with the real,much deeper reasons than a few misguided , overoptimistic "new born" Americans for creating chaos and supporting worldwide jihad by the US : "No mistakes,just applied theory of chaos as a new grand US strategy"

But if anyone wanted a realistic picture and not a caricature of what communism stands for (and this is definitely not the well-being and security the oligarchy of the 1% that runs the show, monopolizes wealth and power,creates mass poverty,owns teh media and academia and calls all of that nasty oligarchic lie "democracy" and "freedom"), then I'd suggest Michael Parenti's insightful analysis " Reflections on the overthrow of communism". If you have any reasonable criticism on his data with which I do totally agree, then send a reply. Otherwise try to spread your politically correct stories and wishful thinking only to the public as dumbed down as you're yourself , my dear " American with outside-America connections, because I am not going to buy any of them.

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