Libertarian author and podcaster Tom Woods interviewed Antiwar.com editorial director Scott Horton about the controversy over U.S. withdrawal from northeastern Syria.
Libertarian author and podcaster Tom Woods hosted Antiwar.com editorial director Scott Horton on his show all week this week as a fundraiser to support the writing of Scott’s upcoming book on the terror wars.
Listen to the interviews here:
Dang. On My Lai: Literal babies on bayonets.
Also debunks Ghouta sarin attack ’13 and casts doubt on the Skripal story.
Complaining to them doesn’t usually do much good, but when Donald Trump does something right and important like order troops out of Syria and some out of Afghanistan, he needs to be told that the American people out here in the country agree and support this decision. Especially when all of TV is against it.
Just think, what if all he hears is complaints from the war party and crickets from the people? It would be a catastrophe.
Call the White House at 202-456-6213 or send them an email at https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact/
It takes hardly any effort and can really help on the margin here yall, so c’mon.
Hey and why not add you’d like to see the troops home from Yemen, Somalia and Iraq too.
“It was not immediately clear how close the U.S. military recon jet was flying near Kaliningrad, a Russian enclave between NATO allies Poland and Lithuania. This fall, Russia moved nuclear-capable ballistic missiles to Kaliningrad, putting some European capitals in strike range.” — Armed Russian jet comes within 5 feet of US recon jet
“At the end, we lucked out. It was luck that prevented nuclear war. We came that close to nuclear war at the end. Rational individuals — Kennedy was rational, Castro was rational, Khrushchev was rational — came that close to total destruction of their societies. And that danger exists today. The major lesson of the Cuban Missile Crisis is this: The indefinite combination of human fallibility and nuclear weapons will destroy nations.” –U.S. Vietnam “War” Defense Sec. Robert McNamara, The Fog of War
So, is it just “Nuclear Chicken” – or is it Russian Roulette? Or maybe both?
And will M.A.D. still work after all these years?