On the Beach 2017


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HELP ENLIGHTEN YOUR FELLOWS. BE SURE TO PASS THIS ON. SURVIVAL DEPENDS ON IT.

 


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John Richard Pilger is an Australian journalist based since 1962 in the United Kingdom. Pilger has been a strong critic of American, Australian and British foreign policy, which he considers to be driven by an imperialist agenda. Pilger has also criticised his native country’s treatment of Indigenous Australians. His analyses and reportage have also exposed the criminal role of US-controlled NATO in exacerbating tensions with Russia, China, Iran and other nations resisting Washington’s push for global hegemony.  

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The admiral commanding the US Pacific fleet said that, “if required”, he would nuke China. That he would say such a thing publicly in the current perfidious atmosphere begins to make fact of Nevil Shute’s fiction. None of this is considered news. No connection is made as the bloodfest of Passchendaele a century ago is remembered.


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  1. The word to be used here is as always: “Cherchez l’Argent” (look for the money motive). War and war materiel is what keeps the US economy going. Think of such fine industries giving work to many as the Boeing corporation, General Dynamics, Raytheon, Northrup Grumman, Lockheed Martin etc. etc.

    George Grosz and Otto Dix eloquently illustrated the corruption in Germany after World War I with war victim soldiers who had given limbs and often life to their overlords and fine cigar-smoking profiteers at table with wine and steak.

    By diminishing Trump the liberals do not see the wood for the trees because he is but the carbuncle on a system that has for too long driven the deluded citizenry to maintain the myth of riches and freedom by imposing guilt on the Other.

    It is ironic that now the privileged classes are starting to get nervous about nuclear war when racism and prejudice have treated the US underclass for so long in identical calamitous life-threatening ways (and Australia too is guilty about the treatment of aborigines).

    The underclass could care less about Russia-gate as they see the bourgeois public as a self-righteous and dangerously hypocritical oppressor. Even though the large US lumpen proletariat envies the consumerist proletariat, they know that in the end they will lose anyway and for them a threat of nuclear extinction becomes hypothetical, as once again an internecine argument only for the better-off protected public.

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