Pulp Non Fiction

[ Tuesday, May 13, 2003 ]


"The failure of the oceans to protect the US from external threat now compels the US to
attack all around the world who are not with it in its war on terrorism. It is conceivable
that the US can prevail over all other national governments militarily, but it is pure
fantasy that the US can spread US-styled democracy and freedom all over the world, even
with a new 100-year war. Or that true democracy and freedom around the world would support
US national interests. A healthy dose of realism and multiculturalism will save the world
from impending self destruction by superpower theocracy. Either way, it spells the end of
the age of superpower because military power, as demonstrated in Afghanistan and Iraq,
causes more problems than it solves."


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