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George Bush & Igor Cheney concoct an epic brew that conned the American people and Congress into believing there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq
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George Bush & Igor Cheney concoct an epic brew that conned the American people and Congress into believing there were weapons of mass destruction in Iraq by idropkid
Then Jesus asked him, "What is your name?" "My name is Legion," he replied, "for we are many."
"What is strange here that there are so many dishonorable people. Even an evildoer can still retain a sense of honor but here we have a lot of reasonably good people who perform dishonorable acts exclusively due to the goodness of their hearts..'
F. Dostoevsky. Winter Notes On Summer Travel Abroad Impressions
There is a rather well- known insurance commercial in which a man of a sinister appearance presents himself as a force of nature or some other mayhem from which the insurance could protect. It would be advisable for such man to appear on the screens of our TVs, right now, on the infamous anniversary of the Iraq carnage and say:
- I am your dishonor. No insurance protects from that.
Those were the years of the triumph of dishonor. Americans are not honorable people anyway; they do not have much of an experience when a nation has to be honorable to survive. On the other hand, dishonor and hypocrisy are two evil sisters who like intertwined twins can exist only together. As soon as hypocrisy had been a part of the American character for a very long time, dishonor was not that far whenever it was needed. It presented itself in full force in Vietnam and culminated during the Iraqi pogrom.