Sam Husseini: Trump isn’t raising Washington and Jefferson to broaden the critique of the crimes of white supremacy, but to try to limit it.
The U.S. establishment seems to want an Emperor who will go around the world spying on people and killing them as he sees fit, but wants to make sure he abides by legal niceties in the U.S.
We’re all weak in many ways, but I’ve found that frequently, people who are religiously motivated are—sometimes for good and sometimes for ill—more prone to putting themselves on the line.
What are euphemistically called “flip flops” are actually betrayals of the interests of most of the people who actually voted for Trump.
Sam Husseni: All the lies and spin from Clinton and Trump largely manifest themselves because each side excuses them because “the other” is worse. That is, the very “bipartisan” structure of our elections is in large part responsible for the dynamics we’re seeing.
Sam Husseini: there’s a logic to the nativist Muslim bashing. It’s obviously wrong, but it’s rational given the skewed information the public is given.
Sam Husseni: Paris and London should be looking toward Madrid in taking steps toward shedding their imperial mindsets in stopping their war-obsessed elites.
Sam Husseini: The actual political correctness is how torture is used by war makers to get the tortured “evidence” they want to have a pretext for war and other hideous policies.