After the Bush administration revealed it’s full credentials to be the U.S. wing of the Likud party in cancelling the historic U.S. policy towards the Israel/Palestine issue, and attempting to condone occupation of the West Bank, the condemnation has been widespread, although downplayed within the U.S by the jellyfish.
A central tenet of the ideology of the Nazi party was the role of the family. The structure of social control in Nazi Germany was an aggregation of social groups, with the basic “building block” being the nuclear family: Mum, Dad, the kids. Any role outside of that family group therefore represented a threat, hence…
This is what I wrote to Rush Limbaugh (email@example.com the least I can do is inflict more spam mail on him): I’m proud to say I’ve never listened to your show and never intend to. However, I read transcripts of your comments attempting to equate the torture of prisoners by U.S. military with college pranks:
While its encouraging to see some spine developing in the giant jellyfish that is the corporate media, there is severely inconsistent coverage of the torture scandal and many questions only really asked by a few informed commentators. Evidence of the use of torture by the U.S military are not new, as I previously noted.