I find little to disagree with in this description of the USG beast…

May 16, 2017 § Leave a comment

On the one side you have a rogue state and its powerless vassals; on the other you have a bastion of national sovereignty and a stickler for international law. And then there is one more toxic ingredient: the US itself has no national sovereignty. Its political system is a pay-to-play scheme that has been statistically proven to be nothing like a democracy: the popular will is virtually never reflected in public policy.

Dmitry Orlov posted
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