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Separated At Birth: Thomas Friedman, John Bolton, and Hitler

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman recently took a trip to Brown University to give a speech about environmentalism. Or so he thought. Instead, he got a pie in the face from a couple of members of the "Revolutionary Communist … Read More

By / April 30, 2008

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman recently took a trip to Brown University to give a speech about environmentalism. Or so he thought. Instead, he got a pie in the face from a couple of members of the "Revolutionary Communist Party, USA." And sure, Friedman seems like a victim here, but don't a mustache, neatly combed hair with a part, and violent clashes with Communists sound eerily familiar?

The disturbing parallels don't stop there. President George W. Bush appointed a John Bolton to be US ambassador to the UN under the Führerprinzip, without congressional approval. Why? Because Bolton is one of the principle exponents and demagogues in the movement to break apart the liberal international order and replace it with an anarchic Darwinian international war of all against all, on the mystical quasi-religious belief that the inherent virtues of his Heimat will lead her to triumph over her internal and external enemies, and claim the mastery of the world she is due. Plus, sources in the know report that Bolton, a Yale man, is tied to Bush's mysterious Skull and Bones society, which everybody who's got the real news knows is where the Nazi movement began. Small wonder Bolton is a posterboy of the fringe über-nationalistic right wing. And that 'stache! Any guesses just what the poster will look like?

 

 

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