Tag Archives: Christofascists

World Sick of War

The Whole World Is Sick and Tired of US Foreign Policy Putin in 2011: The whole world saw him being killed; all bloodied. Is that democracy? And who did it? Drones, including American ones, delivered a strike on his motorcade. Then … Continue reading

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Demise of the Christofascists

From John Michael Greer: [T]he absurdity of Christians in America supporting a political agenda that directly contradicts the teachings of Christ has begun to sink in, in a big way, among young American Protestants. The devil’s bargain by which the … Continue reading

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Trump’s Warmongering Base

We’ve known that 80% of evangelicals voted for Trump.  Evidence from my Alt-Right echo chamber on Twitter also indicates the prevalence of ignorance and magical thinking. In response to US claims of lasers and kinetic weapons re NK, I’ve subsequently … Continue reading

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End of the Beginning

“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.” – Winston Churchill I submit that Trump’s failure to deal effectively with the GOP establishment in … Continue reading

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Davenport on Inequality

From Charles Davenport at the N&R: When Councilman Mike Barber proposed a 7.5 percent increase for the city’s police officers and firefighters several weeks ago, he encountered stiff resistance from two fellow members of the council: Sharon Hightower and Jamal … Continue reading

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We Are All Deplorables

From Chris Hedges: I spent two years writing a book on the Christian right called “American Fascists: The Christian Right and the War on America.” I spent many months with dispossessed white workers in states such as Missouri, Kansas, Florida, … Continue reading

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