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The Emergence of -Selective- Neo-Prog: Pro War Liberals

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Submitted by Charlie C. (United States), Mar 27, 2022 at 18:24

The Emergence of -Selective- Neo-Prog: Pro War Liberals

The left hammered Bush and much of America post Islamic butchery of 9/11/2001.

Then came the Iraq war where Arab on Arab crime, mainly, massacred scores while and after toppling the butcher of Baghdad responsible for a half a million dead among his own people.

Many have used the term 'Neo Con' something negative, associated with aggressive defensive wars against terrorists and tyrants.

By now, March 2022, there is an intetesting phenomenon, with Putin's Ukraine invasion the most loud pro war are atually on the left. They are the ones screaming to arm, even some push certain suggestion that could lead to WW3.

I'm not defending Putin, he and fascist Baathist Shiite ally, Alevi Assad and Islamic Republic of Iran's arm Hezbollah are the main responsible for over 600,000 deaths, including via mass torture and chemical weapons, just like that other butcher, Saddam did.

But I'm curious to see in the future, on anti Islamic terrorists operations (whether in Africa, in Asia or among "Palestinians", what these very staunch pro-war lefty liberal progressives 'Neo Prog' will utter. Don't hold your breath, I should rather say.


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