The Erimtan Angle

In the serious game that is politics, none seems more solemn than the competition that is American politics given that this particular set of stratagems affects the whole world, sooner or later. On Sibel Edmonds’ website Boiling Frogs, a most interesting article was published recently. The piece written by William Blum juxtaposes the U.S. President’s words to some of the outcomes of his policies. Blum’s starting point is Barrack Obama’s speech at the Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC on Monday, 23 April. The President confidently said the following on that occasion: “I’ve done my utmost . . . to prevent and end atrocities. We possess many tools . . . and using these tools over the past three years, I believe — I know — that we have saved countless lives”.[1]  Blum then comments that “Do the facts and evidence tell him that his words are…

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