[Rushtalk] Happy Death-by-Government Day!

Carl Spitzer Winblows at lavabit.com
Tue Jun 18 23:37:08 MDT 2013

Would you prefer what LewRockwell calls it the War for Southern

its not stupid to turn away from worshiping the war criminal Lincoln see
the books on www.lewrockwell.com about Lincoln.

Our foolish interventionist foreign policy started with the Monroe
doctrine.  We should have stayed out of world affairs as the founders
wanted.  We have only made things worse.


On Sun, 2013-06-09 at 20:33 -0700, Tom Matiska wrote:

> When you say "War of Northern Aggression" I hear a toilet flush.
> Don't say something that stupid if you want to be taken seriously.
> Admiral Yamamto knew better than to invade a well armed population,
> but Tojo and others thought they would never have to. Big difference.
> WE never declared war on Hitler's Germany.  They declared against us.
> When you criticize " interventionist foreign policy" do you mean
> Hitler's intervention in Europe?  Tojo's in the Pacific?  Mussolini in
> North Africa?  ...or just our counter intervention??
> Tom 
> --- On Sun, 6/9/13, Carl Spitzer <Winblows at lavabit.com> wrote:
>         From: Carl Spitzer <Winblows at lavabit.com>
>         Subject: Re: [Rushtalk] Happy Death-by-Government Day!
>         To: rushtalk at csdco.com
>         Date: Sunday, June 9, 2013, 12:04 AM
>         On Mon, 2013-05-27 at 17:34 -0400, John A. Quayle wrote:
>         > This essay couldn't be more WRONG! Our liberties WERE
>         > preserved by soldiers fighting in WWI and WWII, Korea and
>         > Viet Nam. We find ourselves losing those freedoms almost by
>         > the second these days, but there's no culpability on the
>         > part of servicemen & women. Rather, it's voter stupidity,
>         > apathy, and general citizen complacency that has put us in
>         > that compromised position. 
>         I do not agree I doubt those wars protected us any more than
>         the War of Northern Aggression.  Japan had no desire to take
>         on an armed population and Hitler likely would not have been
>         able to project any more than sabatoge efforts.  Had we stayed
>         out of WWI likely no WWII as Europe would have destroyed
>         itself.  The whole Domino Theory was about selling a warfare
>         state to people who should have rejected the interventionist
>         foreign policy for which the beneficiaries are largely
>         ungrateful.
>         CWSIV 
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