We should nonetheless admit a debt of gratitude to those spies at Los Alamos who kept the U.S. from committing an atrocity that humanity would have never forgiven.
If there was ever a time to embrace the kind of international cooperation the left has always called for, it’s during a global pandemic.
"We should prioritize eradicating poverty, not war."
Osama bin Laden won (twice)...
I can’t remember who recently said it, but the point has been made that we often call people heroes because it’s easier to sacrifice them when they’re given this honorific and simply move on.
In case it isn’t clear that U.S. News & World Report is misinforming readers with a ridiculous interpretation.
Certainly they want Trump to look bad for not loudly condemning the Russians for this alleged atrocity.
“The pandemic clearly shows that expensive endless wars that cost $6 trillion from taxpayers make Americans less safe as they take funds from critical needs like healthcare.”
Building a new anti-war movement that is connected to the domestic anti-police struggle is the only thing that can rein in U.S. militarism.
Yet, as the United States comes ever more to resemble a war zone in a pandemic moment, in a country run by a president with autocratic inclinations, amid a surge of protest over racism, the home front could indeed become a war front.