If, as George Santayana wrote, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it,” what greater condemnation do we apply to those who lived through history, learned its lessons, and then knowingly recreate the very crises they had survived – in order to imperil their neighbors’ children and grandchildren?
RedState stifled its anti-Trump fervor long enough to report on October 11 that the WikiLeaks emails show Hillary Clinton’s high school-level understanding of Middle Eastern affairs, and 2003 “Mission Accomplished”-style naivete of the unintended consequences of warfare. The idea that we should engage in a war in the Middle East, in which Russian and American forces are carrying out combat operations on opposing sides – and that it will not end up in a shooting war between the two nuclear powers – is criminally negligent.
Negligence might be too light a term. Malice aforethought is more likely, said HuffPo blogger and Reagan appointee Bruce Fein. In service to her ideology, Hillary Clinton is really willing to send the grandchildren of Cold War survivors ducking and covering under their school desks.
Paul Joseph Watson reported on Hillary’s belligerence towards Russia at the American Legion Convention in September. Is the conflict in Aleppo, and the Zionist push to overthrow Syria’s president, really worth destroying the U.S., Europe, Russia, the Middle East, and the planet for? Clearly not. This woman is either stupid or malicious to risk war with Russia over something as irrelevant to American interests as Aleppo or Assad. Unfortunately, she isn’t stupid.
She really wants to send hundreds of millions of white men, women, and children into a nuclear holocaust akin to the “Judgment Day” of the Terminator film franchise.
Hillary Clinton and the Washington, D.C., establishment’s saber-rattling at Moscow should send any person who lived through the Cold War of 1945-1991 into a rage – and into a voting booth on November 8.