Two Just Wars: 1776 and 1861 | Murray N. Rothbard

The first full-scale war revisionism conference in the post-Cold War epoch. Presented at the Ludwig von Mises Institute, Auburn, Alabama, May 1994. This conference was the first antiwar conference from a libertarian perspective in the post-Cold War era and set in motion the new and broad-based antiwar movement.

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concept of Just War is kind of
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interesting because you don’t really
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just have to justify concept of Justice
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doesn’t apply says delicious dinner
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leader steak nobody said that was a just
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dinner or unjust dinner or so justice
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applies to actions which are killing
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which war is a mass killing and
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obviously since an act X of killing or
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grave actions they have to be justifying
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it somewhat vindicated or justified ah
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much of psycho classical international
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law theory that you developed by the
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Catholic scholastics especially the 16th
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century Spanish the last date such as
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Satori and Suarez and then by the Dutch
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Protestant scholastics Brosius and I eat
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the 19th century uris up until the first
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world war much of their their literature
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developing the criteria the Just War
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what is it just war amongst an unjust
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war and my own view will be simplified
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very quickly my view adjust for exist
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when people fight the world and spread
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of course coercion or domination by
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other people or to overthrow or an
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existing domination that’s a just war a
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war is unjust on the other hand and the
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people try to impose domination and
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other people or try to maintain our
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already existing coercive rule over them
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a fairly simple i thing and direct
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criteria now I admit there is some room
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for fuzzy interpretation and what
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constitutes a menace of impending
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nomination and my justify going to war I
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mean for on one extreme you can see guy
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looking across the street and you’re
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looking cross is either shoot him they
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might be might be evil and evil
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attention so you don’t why though that
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far so what is the criterion for an
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or shred my own preference as always is
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for strict construction other words
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without the fingers criterion and
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another context in my view to justify
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brilliant preemptive strike the
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impending threat of force would be clear
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and present so in other wise guys right
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now just about raising his gun to shoot
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at you that’s a clear and present danger
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anything else I think it’s legitimate it
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might be almost every foreign agent by
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the united states of america since his
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birth has been unjust and i can’t deal
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with that tonight in pursuit of the
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unjust goal of the worst of nomination
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of world of people are very best
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conjuring up alleged threats especially
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been either clear or present the ivan
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ivan reputation fernanda and as an
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anti-war activist because my own
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lifetime I’m ideological activism has
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been telling focused non-traditional
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America’s wars first of it I believe are
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waging them to be unjust and secondly
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because worley famous phrase that I
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think somebody brought us we can forget
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who will be Cameron Randall born so wars
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women health of the state is the
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instrument for grand living state power
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the health aligns with prosperity the
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subject citizens and the social
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institutions so even a just war can’t
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enter into entered into lightly an
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unjust war of course has to be an ass or
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not some people called out a pacifist a
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government opposed the force of surely
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all kind of pacifism pacifist for
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example champion the death penalty for
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violent criminals as well as Keating for
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vandals
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you’re welcome aboard wide and pass them
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the point is I think that they are that
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there are two wars American history I
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think funnest the unquestionably proper
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and just I’m not only that the opposing
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side was clearly unjust the millally
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unjust though there’s not even any
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question of it my mind these beasts
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yours have been where is that a threat
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well this feature worth you have to
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worry about future threat these two wars
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both these North Americans were trying
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to rid themselves of unwanted nomination
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mind other people didn’t have to worry
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about that doesn’t represent a threat or
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not it’s right there in both cases the
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other side ferociously trying to
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maintain enforce a rule over Americans
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one of the bloom cells in each phase our
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side if you well once I’m not only just
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the other side unjust these two just
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Wars American history of the American
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Revolution and the war for southern
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independence at this soggy this point
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I’d like to mention just a few vital
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features of the treatment of war by
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class for international lawyers not just
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one they dealt with just Wars is it more
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just and unjust the other aspect of what
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they’re dealing with is what are the one
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of the limitations on more should war be
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on limited and even a just war and a
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classical international law tradition
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which is moved from a 16 center until
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nineteen fourteen they they were what
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they were trying to do is this they said
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look we don’t try one polish more that’s
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ridiculous utopian idiotic is not going
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to happen what we try to do is if there
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are rewards we kind of limit their scope
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the limitations were twofold one don’t
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target civilians a key teach the vagas
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animal you want to fight the king wants
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to fight another king go out there with
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a retinue and fight each other keeps the
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vineyards out of it number one and
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number two neutrals rights other
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countries not only
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fax and off if country and country dr
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fighting not only is it permissible for
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all the countries to remain neutral but
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as a good thing neutrality is considered
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rate in the old days considered no bull
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adjust and neutrals had rice was a most
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of international law was working out the
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details of us for example country a
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country B were fighting each other
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countries see was trying to trade with
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either one of them could not be
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interfering with the enemy countries
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could not interfere with sending
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shipping goods to the up to their up to
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the other side the only thing they get
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interfere with was contraband which is
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very narrowly defined arms and
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ammunition that’s it are not just food
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and medical supply than anything else
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the best Ryoga raw material everything
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kapalua the machinery that has to be as
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the past could not blockade and keep out
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neutrals rights since of course event
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every side every country expectedly of
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what went on another neutral they want
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to preserve their right they didn’t want
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to be international pariah to
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russellville you know centuries and so
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is if more or less these principles are
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observed at least during the 19th
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century I learn more and more over time
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let’s consider the walls of civilized
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warfare limiting warfare don’t target
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civilians and don’t and keep them fools
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out of it I’m the glue for seeds so
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that’s the sign the old days for example
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as I say neutrality you’ve considered
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not just just the fiber one positive
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virtue in the old days he kept us out of
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war was a high tribute or President or
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any part of the leader the mallet course
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all the pundits and professors condemn
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any president who quotes stand idly by
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unquote while Hopi were being killed
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uncle in Bosnia somalia rwanda you fill
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in the blanks any place in the world the
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only standing idly by a sister act of
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high statesmanship and as say neutrals
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had right you could interfere with new
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fools so a modern international we have
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a great different situation starting
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with Woodrow Wilson evil would owe us a
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continuance
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on since the buzz of these by the way
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criteria both of these modern i love our
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carrier develop my wilson and one of
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them is that the so called collective
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security against aggression you figure
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out this country’s fighting each other a
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little time as wars all the time let’s
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say well the hoodoos in the two cheese
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over one number one day it’s a good good
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laboratory taste we should figure out
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who the aggressor is hello I mean they
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could both be aggressive right no no you
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gotta figure out who the good guy is who
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the bad guy is that who isn’t the only
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one bad guy because if both guys are bad
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you’re not getting out getting up the
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whole world or march in and shoot
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somebody that’s be one clear aggressor
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and the other clear victims and then the
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who else with a leap in and crush the
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aggressive the the model of this is that
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the cup on the corner this is famous
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idea of the international police force
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League of Nations the UN the us-nato
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whatever other collective security
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whatever alphabet arrangement they’ve
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got so the idea is you’ve some war
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breaks out somewhere first you find who
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the bad guys are how the hell you know
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how to say then there were here
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thousands of miles away from the action
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who knows you get some CNN TV camera
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coming in you shoot some shoot you shoot
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something action figure out who the bad
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guys I think um and zap a bomb I’m crush
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them some troops in all that it’s all
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very soul satisfying conceptually easy
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there are no are there certain problems
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Lewis in first place what’s aggression I
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mean the count on the corner somebody if
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you see something mugging somebody else
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is pretty clear the aggressor it’s the
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cop comes in and Ashley even the mugger
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it’s simple an international relations
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not that easy who knows what the just
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boundary is who knows whether why the
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landowner along the Burundi border
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should be this way to some laker the
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north or some like or whatever it’s not
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that clear well so the boundary shift a
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lot to history so the battery now could
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be very different for the battery 10
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years from now which is the just battery
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know who cares why should everybody get
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involved in this so the whole idea of
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the classical international law is the
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limit warfare keep everybody out limit
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civilian
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and limit the other people so the rest
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of the world would go about its business
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and the wars will be you can’t abolish
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war make at least confine at the small
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areas what was the wonderful point but
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will sony ism you have a very different
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situation say one is you have to find
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the aggressor an example interesting
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thing example in Bosnia traitors they
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began to demonize one group okay in
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order to get the American suckers
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intervene in the US the United Nations
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know if it had someone evil demon so the
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servers were nominated as an evil demon
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very early and everybody must serve
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legal or ethnic cleansing and killing
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people killing civilians are all that
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but then it turns out the pro 8 go ask
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my mom thing is also killing people they
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got a chance killing civilian that’s
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muddy the waters a little bit see that
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confuse the American you can’t who’s in
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a march in and send troops and bombard
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oil and a full-size are somehow bad
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that’s not going to fly Celine the
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warmongers have to create a situation
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that serves a pure evil somehow the
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double of the point of them is evil
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everybody else are good and victims are
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wonderful them believe in freedom and
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democracy Oyler crap and let’s see so in
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other words they have to know nothing
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about foreign policy to really fall from
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this stuff which of course most
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Americans know which we need either a
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gap in the situation so this is the one
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on one little Sully ambitious pernicious
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from Sony an argument that you have to
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find a restaurant zappa the other and
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the other purse argument is well Cillian
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aurimas Hampton submissive hall every
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here within the United States and every
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other company I’ve got to impose
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democracy and human rights around the
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world it’s even worse incense in other
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words you’ve got our situation where I
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mean democracy human rights don’t exist
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very many places in the world I want to
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disillusion many people here with very
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few places
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great place we have the situation but
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now it’s the wrong given assignment for
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United States are going impose democracy
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throughout the world everywhere every
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place regardless so now you have Charlie
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or something mention that this weekend
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Tim Charles B episode of the policy of
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stamping out of Russian collective
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security expressions of policy perpetual
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war for perpetual peace and the pursuit
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of world perpetual PGM keep fighting
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constantly now you have the other part
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of the equation professor war don’t pose
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human rights and democracy everywhere
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and yet I haven’t 414 totally on
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unending unending loss of treasure and
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life and every that every every conflict
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all over the globe totally impossible
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quest the addition of that value from
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using more of imposing the maca sea and
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human rights by the stored or kind of
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odd anyway and the the Somalian
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intervention to me the beautiful case
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study of this may affect me it’s perfect
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if you remember the submissive will Sony
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agreement practice so you have a
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situation and the entire left frontal
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right lovely they love the Somalian
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intervention that there were no American
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interest at all conceivable interest in
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Somalia nothing no resources no fighting
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as communism ain’t nothing Zippo no
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strategic no strategic sea routes
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whatever they couldn’t find anything so
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and so the lefty the allegedly anti-war
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left they all love Lisa my intervention
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because because was quote purely
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altruistic echo because America is no
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interest and therefore it’s good that
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was being so lean mean selling bizarre
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whole culture is crazy as part of me
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so now we have been when the Somalian
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intervention came in the Xcode would
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remember the press area for a few petty
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months they strolled a new kind of Army
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we call a new model army bases sir
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apologies the Cromwell engaging a new
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kind of high moral intervention US
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soldier the care package on one hand and
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a gun in the other so we’re bringing
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food and peace and human rights of the
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mass of me time with bringing a gun so
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that’s we’re bringing democracy and
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piecing human rights in the native
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peoples of Somalia and doing it no blame
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out realistically well and work for
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about two months if it worked that much
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and that of course everything hits the
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fan the consequence of show up we wind
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up with every Somalian virtually hating
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the ad states shooting American soldiers
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dragging a body to the streets normal
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and fortunately we got out and others by
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some what the United States gone out I
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think CNN or the pictures of the bodies
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would mean actually screech didn’t quite
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have the effect of supposed to Americans
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that were vote were boasting asshole
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process now so we have now the
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interesting thing in both cases the both
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of these cases the modern
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interventionist the war monitor of the
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modern international war people have won
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by seizing on moral high ground very
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much like the environmentalists do it
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very similar environmentalists they
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speak to the cosmos they speak for the
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rights of beaches and trees and and sex
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and whatever and weirdoes narrow human
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being types yeah right so they speak for
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the Earth’s and everything else and
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similarly here we speak for a narrow
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selfish American interests they speak
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for the worth of a mock receding human
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rights in peace and gonna make people
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laugh they were able to seize of high
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moral ground Amanda probably them were
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not successfully challenged on this and
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the old days that wasn’t true in the old
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legs are greater dimension is a warm
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harbor you considered a propagandist for
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despotism for mass murderer ritual or
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animated spokesman for the merchants of
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death rate frame should be revived so a
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warmonger would not consider a high
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moral person somehow but nowadays before
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she has pretty summer years gone yes we
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should kill all Serbs it becomes the
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moral position
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those of us in a white Showalter becomes
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so much and narrow and any rate the
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arena and bring out the cause of human
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right circle because this is coursing
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precisely the critical argument which at
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least in retrospect father Abraham’s
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world northern aggression against the
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south of justifying even glorified the
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humanitarian again with lagani with
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butchery in this week rights the wrongs
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of slavery by mass murder destruction of
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property institutions and we can add
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luck but you still not disappeared is
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about Patterson one of great essays of
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local philosophy of the century zero a
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while she aptly called the humanitarian
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of the guillotine those of us who read
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my heart reviewing product worth I
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apologize repeating it is great stuff as
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she wrote the humanitarian wishes court
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wishes to be a prime mover other wives
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of others he cannot admit either the
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divine or the natural order by which men
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have a power to help themselves you men
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carrying puts himself in place of God
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unquote mrs. Patterson knows the
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humanitarian is quote confronted by two
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overage facts first the comforter do not
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need his assistance and second of the
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majority of people if um perverted
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positive look positively don’t want to
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be done good by the Amana tarea
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unquote having consider what the good of
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others might be and who was at the site
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on the good and on what to do about it
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this is Tennyson two points out quote of
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course what the humanitarian actually
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proposes that he shows it what he thinks
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is good for everybody is at this point
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the humanitarian sets up a guillotine
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and she concludes the humanitarian
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theory the terrorists in action exactly
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at point by point waiting on the most of
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my most of my friends are colleagues are
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hesitant to concede the existence of
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universal natural rights I believe the
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national rights but I think one of the
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problems is they worried they might find
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themselves forces support American a
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worldwide intervention the trial
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enforcing rights everywhere well i think
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but i think the other the resolution of
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this is in classical natural law
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international jurist they were in favor
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of universal collective security or
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enforcement of rights if for example to
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Caesar slaughtering who Jews in Rwanda
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or vice versa natural lawyers would have
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said love us too bad violates a natural
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rights of a loser to see but that
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doesn’t mean everyone anybody else you
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leap into do something about quite the
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contrary we might have capsulate this
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position it was slogan this is my slogan
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for them for the night riesling the
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universal but their enforcement must be
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local order without the model of the
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irish revolution spain ourselves alone
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we won’t enforce our rights we should do
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it our song expect everyone else to do
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it for us we’ve got rights we gotta do
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something about it this of course was
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the American revolutionaries America
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revolutionary happy to accept French a
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but they were prepared they pledged
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their lives their fortunes and their
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sacred honor to do it themselves take up
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arms for their rights didn’t expect a
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whole world therapist everybody else to
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do it for them
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so to put it another way i mentioned
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environmentalists a minute ago I’ve
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always believed it when a loony left
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claims that all sorts of entities have
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rights animals alligators trees plants
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rocks reaches the Earth’s ecology quote
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unquote the proper response is okay when
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those entities act like Americans
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America revolution they set forth a
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declaration and they and then they take
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up arms to support their whites then I
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can take them seriously how do i shut up
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let’s now turn to America’s to just
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wards it’s plainly evidence amazing the
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American Revolution just war was a war
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of people’s forming an independent
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nation and casting off from bond with
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other people insisting on perpetuating
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rule over them obviously the Americans
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my welcome under said welcoming French
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support decided doing on their own the I
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want to stress here is not so much the
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grievances which are mostly taxation and
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Nordic stem from it but the fact that
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the what the grounds in which they stood
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for the solemn active separation the
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political philosophy of those days
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basically oh the old fashioned political
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philosophy was getting obsolete by the
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18th century was the king is sovereign
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the King has divine divine powers
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everybody else is subordinate of King
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anywhere beggining as the king is evil
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and satanic this is basically the theory
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of order that that wasn’t working too
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well and the eyes especially in America
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but even but even so even with Leah and
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why should say the conservative natural
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of that that wasn’t about this theory
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water that’s divine sovereignty that’s
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it among the contractual ferus natural
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warfare of humor rochas and other oceans
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were conservatives they believe in
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people who were originally sovereign
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they delegated a power so the King way
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back at some mislead would but then is
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perpetual my King has to keep it forever
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and they can’t get it back this seems to
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me and seemed to other around more
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radical natural whites people’s being
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inconsistent and so father juan de
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mariana when my favorite people in
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street work abroad spanish french jesuit
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scholastic john locke and his followers
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they said no look look if we be
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delegated our power see the king of the
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king turns out to be a bad guy and
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violations trust me to take it back why
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can’t we take these powers back so the
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theory this was essentially a theory to
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America revolutionary so we delegated
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certain powers of the king he violated
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we’re taking it back it was a
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contractual theory of government
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government government by the just
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consent of a government and not by
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something divine sovereignty now whether
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or not you relive that secretly the
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American Revolution was founded on that
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principle
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is the contractual compact theory of
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government and interesting enough by the
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way as we all his well-known was a big
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it was a big psychological thank for the
21:19
America or blue trace a break with a
21:20
king they call him that they didn’t give
21:22
a damn about father they hated that was
21:24
it remember the Declaration of
21:25
Independence is on no mention of promise
21:27
all but King the king is done listening
21:28
evil blah blah blah but then break this
21:30
cord to the king I had a terrible thing
21:33
for them they all take an oath of
21:34
allegiance to the king king of the real
21:35
person unlike the so-called union which
21:38
I’m coming to a minute the king was real
21:40
okay so they had a regular king of the
21:44
powerful problem of them Tom Paine’s
21:46
Common Sense especially did that he knew
21:49
that in the terms of the gnu left paints
21:51
kind of sense these sanctified d
21:53
legitimatize the king all right he said
21:57
the King of Great Great Britain Tom
21:59
Paine wrote is only the center of
22:01
programming better than the principal
22:02
Ruffing of some Restless gang savage
22:05
manner of creep of preeminence and
22:07
subtlety obtained him the title of chief
22:09
among plunderers i’m quoting that and
22:12
now he said the kings are the Royal
22:14
brood Great Buddha Great Britain are but
22:16
crown ruffians this was a powerful thing
22:19
for American for American psychology and
22:21
the late both on the break and they only
22:23
broke with a king about a year after the
22:25
war started american revolution started
22:27
in spring of 1775 and only by july 76 or
22:30
ever will make the break okay so
22:33
government the American Republic is
22:35
founded on contractual undergoing
22:37
consent from the kingdom government now
22:41
what happens is that every the 13
22:42
colonies each of the 13 colonies formed
22:45
13 separate contractual Republic’s each
22:47
of them based on liver carrying doctrine
22:50
on a classical Republican models and
22:52
each case they set up independent
22:54
sovereign states with powers and
22:56
governments strictly limited first I
22:58
think the first time in human history
22:59
and a written constitution whose purpose
23:01
is strictly limit the powers of the
23:03
government the power reserves of the
23:05
people the checks and balances
23:06
everything else to trying to limit their
23:08
rate the brief suspicion or government
23:11
power even local government power want
23:12
to keep it limited and keeping keep your
23:14
eye on earth at all times
23:15
forever against strong that was an each
23:18
of those 13 republics did that so then
23:21
of course the 13 separate Republic’s
23:23
having done this have been making this
23:24
fantastic break Brittany formed
23:27
representatives the Continental Congress
23:29
and they form of Confederation to help
23:31
them fight the war for severely limited
23:34
central powers then they decided after
23:38
about a decade later the scrap Lee
23:40
Articles of Confederation not the new
23:42
constitution a very point should be
23:45
emphasized more the fact that the order
23:46
articles of the Federation could be
23:48
scrapped just like that piece of paper
23:51
meant that was not supposed to be
23:52
perpetual okay to stake this 13 space at
23:55
okay we think their articles and out and
23:58
sufficient whatever and we going to form
23:59
a constitution it’d be very peculiar to
24:02
hold the American revolutionaries and
24:04
repudiated their pledge allegiance or
24:06
real king in order to and then a couple
24:08
of years later scrapped the arms of the
24:10
Federation Norton order to sign up to
24:12
about the Constitution they consider to
24:14
be totally perpetual like a one-way
24:16
Venus flytrap what you would not let
24:18
your finish forever can’t get out
24:19
imagine every customer hardly ratified
24:22
of the woods most of the majority of the
24:25
public against the Constitution anyway
24:26
imagine I’m doing it so you know this is
24:28
a one-way ticket to disaster disaster
24:30
the suicide course not and so the idea
24:33
is that that the cost of the Union
24:34
somehow perpetual in eternal is
24:37
ridiculous theological and ridiculous it
24:39
violates the entire process by which the
24:41
American republics were founded okay so
24:45
uh and yet of course this is the illogic
24:48
this monstrous a logic is the argument
24:50
of the north why the South could not see
24:53
seed from a communion somehow what’s the
24:56
act of adopting the union was adopted it
24:59
was was created it it was a one-way
25:01
ticket that’s it they say kamikaze for
25:06
floor sovereignty in 1861 in southern
25:08
states believe incorrectly that their
25:10
cherished institutions were under grave
25:11
threat I think they were and undersold
25:14
from federal government
25:16
exercise a natural contractual
25:17
constitutional right to enroll in CC
25:20
from a union and and they can’t came
25:24
together another Confederation a
25:26
Confederated States of America so if the
25:28
American Revolutionary Wars justify
25:30
prepare to say that then we have to be
25:32
prepared to say in the Southern cause
25:33
the war for some of them can also just
25:36
an equally so and the British British
25:39
run Justin I think they were the
25:41
northern cause but also equally unjust
25:44
now of course in either case neither the
25:46
break in America revolution or the
25:48
southern sea session with the decision
25:50
made a light or transient causes in both
25:53
cases in both cases the courageous
25:55
easier to each other their wives that
25:57
fortunate a sacred honor and in both and
26:01
say if the Southern cause is wrong and
26:03
both north and south should go into the
26:05
King the king of England with hanan
26:07
hanim make sure given us a video an
26:09
empire okay so now what about the
26:12
grievances are going to spend too much
26:14
from the grievances but basically that
26:15
the American ingredients without taxes
26:18
and different forms of taxes the trial
26:21
by jury question was really question
26:23
because the juries would not American
26:25
George would not convict so-called
26:27
smugglers for disobeying British tariffs
26:30
the general warrant search warrants are
26:32
searching for customs you know cousin
26:34
booty hole connected with taxes and the
26:36
southern pole is also mostly connected
26:38
with taxes with high tariffs as
26:40
loup-garou command after that today are
26:42
leading the south and order created
26:45
inefficient southern in fishing northern
26:47
manufacturers and shippers so and again
26:53
I was hoping that attack taxes but the
26:55
john c calhoun was a brilliant tax
26:57
analyst essentially what he said was the
27:01
very the very existence of government
27:03
they bring this taxation creates
27:05
conflicting classes this is not a
27:07
Marxist theory of class struggles of
27:09
fear it’s a libertarian theory of
27:10
Pasteur namely once you’ve got a
27:12
government some people living off taxes
27:14
and other people pain bureaucrats don’t
27:17
pay taxes gaya works with folks
27:19
government of the pay taxes he’s getting
27:20
if he’s getting a salary 50,000 year and
27:23
pays 10,000 attacks
27:24
he’s getting a salary forty thousand ten
27:26
thousand simply fiction it’s accounting
27:28
fiction of justifying his existence the
27:30
rest of the for public one of the
27:33
interesting thing isn’t coming from New
27:35
Yorkers I do the United Nations evolved
27:37
on United Nations the bureaucrats they
27:39
pay no taxes at all and people in
27:42
dignity yeah they pay no tax it’s great
27:43
but first they’ve listened they’re more
27:45
candid about of the United States
27:46
government you don’t pay taxes the
27:48
United States government’s it’s the
27:50
counting fictions reserved and so and
27:53
zeroing in on the tower pizookie
27:54
pression counting pointed out quote
27:56
north of adopting system revenue limits
27:59
in which none new proportion of a burden
28:01
of Taxation been imposed on the south
28:02
and undo proportion appropriated in the
28:05
north and from monopolization of
28:07
northern industry of course we know that
28:09
somebody mentioned again that I have the
28:11
first South Carolina thread of
28:14
nullification came rapping with tariff
28:15
of abominations 1828 of evil high
28:17
tariffs linking 28 here what about the
28:22
on position of these two just wore it
28:24
keep me plainly evidently just hopefully
28:26
I’ll opponents were unjust the British
28:29
what was the British motivation I just
28:31
want a whole lot of their empire it’s
28:32
fairly clear one in one of the hold on I
28:34
want to bleed literally an American and
28:36
sentence coherent at least what was the
28:39
above the move over the motivation of
28:41
the North that’s more to me more
28:42
interesting why in the famous words of
28:44
the abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison
28:46
did not the North quote let but they’re
28:49
airing sisters go in peace at least
28:51
Barisan original position before you got
28:53
swept up in the war fever why do they
28:56
let him go when they see what let the
28:58
South DC what was the point of the
29:00
grinding here the driving force are
29:03
going to work longer to detail in
29:05
driving force of the north the driving
29:06
force for the war is a google people
29:08
hallway Yankee so contrasting about most
29:10
evil vain Yankees not just people lived
29:12
in the north the Yankees were a specific
29:14
ethnic cultural group started in New
29:16
England then spread eight there have
29:18
been very Mumbai he
29:20
they migrated upstate New York to
29:22
northern Indiana Northern Illinois
29:24
eastern Ohio and a place around the
29:27
Great Lakes and they were the they were
29:28
the major proponents of militia nism a
29:31
joke coercion the Yankees had been swept
29:35
off my new forum Protestantism around
29:36
1830 a new formas we can call fanatical
29:40
and emotional Neal Puritanism driven by
29:44
further news millennialism which held
29:46
that is a precondition for the second
29:48
advent of Jesus Christ man must set up a
29:51
thousand-year kingdom of God on earth
29:52
north of Jesus burrraahh depth of a
29:54
thousand-year king of gone or set up my
29:56
man ok what’s the thousand your thing
29:57
I’m going to look like well of course
29:59
somebody that’s been contested as you
30:03
obey but one thing is pretty clear has
30:05
to be perfect society to be a
30:07
thousand-year kingdom people got to be
30:09
perfect I eating a perfect people well
30:12
the different ways in different ways of
30:13
going about it in the Anabaptist of 16th
30:16
century is slaughter all the heretics so
30:18
the way you get perfect people perfect
30:19
people to find those are followers of
30:20
XYZ the Messiah he sorter everybody else
30:24
he have a perfect world right right okay
30:26
so this is the the northern the northern
30:30
Yankees didn’t exactly want to sort of
30:32
everybody right away because the
30:33
immediate slaughter was sort of
30:35
discredited in 16th century on but they
30:38
want to do so shape everybody else stamp
30:39
out sin fairly regularly frankly doesn’t
30:42
mean really rather means by saying 50
30:44
years 50 years always a sort of a big
30:45
post-colonial thing the trippy it will
30:48
set up a kingdom of God on earth and
30:50
very early in the game the North the
30:52
Yankees realized in order to do this
30:53
they have to have turned a government to
30:55
do it you can’t step out sinnamon our
30:56
government first the Yankees always been
30:58
a favorite government anyway he’s
30:59
itching to coercion he’s the Yankees and
31:02
set up the first public school system
31:03
Lord of peach the kids civics and shape
31:05
them up he’s no genius in the state so
31:08
they were they were prime for this
31:09
anyway and so they took of this is that
31:11
takes the water and the Yankee event
31:13
evangelical post millennialism
31:16
essentially was this and or
31:17
to first of all we have a stamp on
31:19
center set up a kingdom second board you
31:21
don’t do your best evangelist and set up
31:23
to stamp out and said YouTube you will
31:24
be damned the only is chief salvation by
31:28
maximizing occasion for salvation of
31:30
everybody else there’s many people bring
31:33
energetic fanatics because they happened
31:34
you know they want to resave themselves
31:36
in order do that they’ve try to save
31:38
everybody else but the other people
31:40
aren’t like it to set up a guillotine
31:41
shut up a sword of fire according to the
31:45
Yankee year doctrine that would sin was
31:48
very broadly defined alright and the
31:51
essentially remember the old shadow
31:54
radio commercial radio series and he
31:57
would envy anything which might cloud
31:58
men’s minds so anything which might
32:01
cloud men’s minds that couldn’t achieve
32:02
salvation as we stamped out soon the
32:05
mind cloudy and follows liquor demon rum
32:09
as we stamped out obviously liquor kakad
32:12
your mind Kenny but it’s permanent other
32:14
the story so there’s got to be stamped
32:16
app to anything on Sunday except going
32:19
to church of eating the Bible going to
32:20
be stamped out any Sabbath activities
32:23
what so and sandals often broadly to
32:24
find a Sunday plus Saturday night to
32:26
make sure nobody can enjoy themselves
32:27
ever and and third Roman Catholic Church
32:33
reports of the agent of Satan they
32:35
aren’t you know the Antichrist these are
32:37
the three major things you have to be
32:38
stamped out and the public policy in the
32:41
state and local level Pharaoh level of
32:43
the final event evangelical for a
32:46
hundred years set release on these
32:47
problems these questions on the state
32:50
and local woman and the immigration
32:51
level you try to keep out Catholic
32:53
immigrants the wheel are you a
32:55
constitutional do that so they
32:56
essentially they try to keep out
32:58
immigrants period or else but they call
33:00
christianize the Catholics have a public
33:02
school system a compulsory education
33:03
should force the Catholic kids in the
33:05
public schools they can push me
33:07
Christian eyes turn on the promises they
33:09
cut by the votes of the server damned
33:11
anyway who cares about let me get the
33:12
kids so that was the UM at immigration
33:16
from liquor of course you have to stand
33:17
pats and sent on the curtain and
33:20
Catholic Church anatomy and Sabbath
33:23
activities
33:23
slavery also central by the slavery
33:25
interfere with a salvation of the slave
33:28
but was that thing that the
33:30
abolitionists had nothing to do with
33:31
human rights or hey I got essentially a
33:33
theological point so this was their
33:36
activity in these people for 100 years
33:38
or 30 years until the Civil War the puss
33:43
in this man this coalition was first the
33:45
Whig party on to figure the Republican
33:46
Party which was founded as an
33:48
evangelical party a Republican Party was
33:50
known for having the 19th century the
33:52
party of great moral ideas with me
33:53
stamping out Senate course using the
33:56
government of South Madison the
33:57
Democratic Party was known as a point of
33:58
personal liberty Schmidt they were
34:00
favored look Democratic Party assistive
34:02
everybody except evangelicals in other
34:04
words Catholics Lutheran’s my church
34:05
ruthless secularists southerners more
34:08
part of the sand at all no but everybody
34:11
else who want to be left alone or
34:12
Democrats and their high moral ideally
34:14
look who satyrs of fire and sword of the
34:16
Republicans so the in this coalition so
34:21
that’s why the more than war against the
34:23
South took on a fanatical tinge to it
34:26
cheerful willingness approved
34:27
institution to crush the kill plunder
34:29
the loot and target women Tom coming
34:32
point that older lame I’m moral
34:34
principle in the perfect world coming up
34:36
that’s why they could take the high
34:38
moral ground in vain they’re creating a
34:40
perfect girl King we’ve gone on earth so
34:42
communist there they await in
34:44
twentieth-century quite similar they
34:45
thought their cranium perfect world sure
34:46
we have to kill 30 million people I mean
34:48
intelligent Congress yeah yeah this it’s
34:50
worth it to create the perfect world
34:51
sort of atheists birds of the kingdom
34:53
gone on earth so we had then the the
34:59
Yankee fanatics with Network troop
35:01
Hatter Sony humanitarian to the
35:03
guillotine Jacqueline’s Anabaptist
35:05
Bolsheviks the whole bit on different
35:07
form and doing the same thing I of
35:10
course then finale finally find a reason
35:12
for Lee the pseudo the book called
35:14
phraseology of northern of a Yankee
35:16
culture of the battle helmet on public
35:18
now they but summed up it says it really
35:21
blasphemous spelling probably some about
35:23
the secular large version of a sack of a
35:25
sacralized version of secular cause of
35:28
making purely secular cause until a holy
35:31
crusade as a perfect part of an
35:34
evangelical doctor
35:35
doctor so the modern on my left level
35:41
the stirrings put this in slightly
35:42
different what take for example the
35:44
Emmett evolutions historian of the Civil
35:46
War change in mcpherson somebody
35:48
mentioned them to that today to
35:50
McPherson a recent book review hopes
35:53
about 80 cities of the Isaiah Berlin
35:55
fully armed Tony inspection fee negative
35:57
Liberty and positive Liberty their favor
36:00
of Liberty interests we favor both
36:01
negative and positive negative Liberty
36:02
means people I myself a bill of rights
36:04
against against the intervention thing
36:06
like that so he’s no amex first positive
36:09
Libby’s empowerment okay so negative
36:14
Liberty says McPherson as I said you
36:16
need Liberty negative Liberty was a
36:18
dominant theme in early American history
36:19
freedom from constraints and individual
36:21
rights imposed by a powerful state the
36:24
Bill of Rights he goes on of the classic
36:26
expression negative Liberty or
36:27
Jeffersonian humanistic liberalism these
36:30
first ten amendments and constitution he
36:31
says protect individual liberty by
36:33
placing straitjacket of shale rocks on
36:35
federal government yes in 1861 McPherson
36:40
continues southern states invoke of
36:42
negative liberties of state sovereignty
36:44
and individual rights of property to
36:46
break up the United States now what was
36:49
Macpherson’s hero with Abraham Lincoln’s
36:51
response look at he writes quote thereby
36:53
gain an opportunity to invoke the
36:54
positive Liberty he means for state as
36:57
in a semi socialism the positive Liberty
36:59
of reform liberalism exercised through
37:02
the probably army in the state the
37:04
amount of carrying of the guillotine
37:05
again what would throw the negative
37:07
liberties of this Union and ownership of
37:09
slate the interesting thing as Fort
37:10
McPherson sides your favor blend of both
37:12
written abundant book even one of the
37:14
other for the relief a rose reform
37:16
liberalism another new model army and
37:19
worthless in the Union Army is another
37:21
new model army so this is it because
37:25
he’s me pretty clear the more the
37:27
reformed liberalism power one will be
37:29
muy you’re interfering the so-called
37:30
negative liberation another group the it
37:34
should be mentioned by the way the
37:36
slavery southern is a view the only
37:38
place in the Western Hemisphere where
37:40
slavery is abolished by its cover by the
37:41
terrible Swift sword every other place
37:44
in Western
37:44
fear that there was abolished peacefully
37:46
by peaceful compensations labels seclude
37:49
the West End evening in Brazil are
37:50
required so we did not need a civil war
37:54
caliber monstrous water to get together
37:55
of slavery but we needed we want to have
37:58
the pure Millennials that were composing
38:00
a king of God on earth by fire and sword
38:02
of plunder okay in the Republican Party
38:05
in this mighty coalition we’re more or
38:07
less dedicated triad they were different
38:10
there are different parts of a different
38:12
parts of the coalition’s different
38:13
people stressing different things at the
38:15
AP is very faithful Republican
38:17
convention of 1864 example the major
38:19
candidates for president two veteran
38:21
abolitionists William Seward when we
38:22
were at salmon P chase of Ohio Stewart
38:25
our will distress upon the anti-catholic
38:27
hothead he was anti-catholic you almost
38:29
pro Catholics even the stress of
38:30
everybody else I was a kill him off
38:33
Chase Utley on him great happy to play a
38:35
wall in the anti-catholic know-nothings
38:37
you love them the other hand he meant
38:39
eight men he would lose any kind of Sir
38:41
moderate the German Lutheran book so he
38:44
was distressed about sewer like I sir
38:46
did knock each other off and dark horse
38:48
was nominated in gram Lincoln Abraham
38:51
like it was able to finesse the Catholic
38:53
question because his major emphasis was
38:55
on economic state attorney no fashion
38:57
wait his big stick with high tariffs
39:00
furniture of government and industry
39:01
subsidies for big railroads public works
39:04
or estimates over a proto new dealer so
39:07
he lives at the cup of my scan acrylic
39:09
he will didn’t care that much about the
39:10
economic stuff in going along with it he
39:12
may have lincoln who was like if I wendy
39:14
was a Railsplitter sort like Bill
39:16
Clinton being a heroic figure something
39:18
I got better hey it’s shirley used to be
39:21
arrested i guess i’m 18 years old but
39:23
her brother’s adult like in the Big Shot
39:24
railroad lawyer he was the king of the
39:26
candidate of the Illinois Central
39:27
Railroad because we’re all the time he
39:30
was mr. railroad decade so one reason
39:34
for his victory convention was for
39:36
example at Iowa rail road trippin around
39:37
the lodge one of my favorite stories
39:39
about some war rather lodgings of Mara
39:43
entrepreneur
39:44
he helped swing the Iowa delegation
39:45
Lincoln was touch and go in return for
39:48
this early in a civil war like it makes
39:50
him a general and his passive take a
39:53
whole bunch of army Soviet Union soldier
39:56
to clear the path of Indians and nothing
39:58
you lose out who is that Vinny and I
40:00
could construct the Union Pacific
40:01
Railroad which was which was chartered
40:03
by Lincoln the first big government
40:04
charter federal government rotorua
40:06
heavily subsidized by the taxpayer and
40:09
so we clear the path other words of the
40:11
Union Pacific rail was able to socialize
40:13
the course of construction by have using
40:15
the US Army double in the conscript army
40:17
or white bad Indians and then rembo
40:19
Roger having done it’s instructive work
40:21
retire to me or me becomes one of the
40:23
owners of Union Pacific Railroad that
40:26
was the Dodge Lincoln connection it was
40:28
the military-industrial complex at full
40:29
blast so this is the Republican Party
40:34
was shot through the stuff the whole
40:35
Lincoln and grant administration such as
40:37
one big boob after the other on the
40:39
enormous boom unbelievably racket anyway
40:42
the so this is the as major focus with
40:49
unfortunately protective tariffs another
40:51
reasoning on nominee was the
40:52
Pennsylvania delegation but mostly a
40:54
percent effective Karen there of course
40:56
were malicious no matter their big thing
40:57
with protective parent pencils a
41:00
Pennsylvania home of the iron and steel
41:02
industry from almost eighteen fifteen on
41:05
the island of Ceylon treat my least
41:07
favorite industry in America they’re
41:08
always inefficient ever since this
41:10
invoice coin for protective tariffs or
41:11
subsidies import quotas are we bowling
41:14
for federal aid and and so they were
41:17
they essentially ran Pennsylvania
41:18
Republican Party so since he was a sound
41:21
on a tariff question Pennsylvania vote
41:24
went to Lincoln and the Rocco plan the
41:27
first thing prickly the first thing I
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Lincoln did was the Lincoln Congress
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there was a raised account rays of
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terrible with slice point American
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history moral terror
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talvez raised 10 times after that during
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with administration and again on fort
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sumter interesting enough of again Lulu
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also pointing that the point of Fort
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Sumter was when we can set in person or
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over a lot of slavery you don’t care
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about we gotta collect those caches and
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southern taxes in from southern ports
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Charleston was tossing the wines of two
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big southern ports Fort Sumter regarding
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Charleston Harbor and he wanted to keep
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for something to collect those tariffs
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and then personne in a maneuvered salmon
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the firing first shot or something but
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the Paris and taxes were key the key
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points with my canon Republican Party
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belonging to South Carolina Abraham
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Lincoln management it would franklin
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roosevelt henry stimson did at pearl
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harbor 80 years later maneuvering of
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southerners in the firing the first shot
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by doing that by the way to end of the
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idea there was a strong movement and
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then in the middle of North Africa
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Pharisee most many of the state maryland
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meant much in Pennsylvania knee-deep in
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New York City Connecticut it didn’t like
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either side they want to swing our own
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Confederation got out of you they didn’t
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they hear the Yankees to everybody we
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get out of Yankee them let them have a
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damn no England Northern Illinois area
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so unfortunately by maneuvering the
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southerners the fire on Fort Sumter that
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movement for Thurgood Pharisee collapse
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well I honor the copper has me the cop
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has on the weight lipson in American
42:58
history copperheads with a pro southern
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northerners guess who or what a
43:02
negotiated peace my particular heroes
43:05
Charles O’Connor an irish calf the head
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of the irish capping the head of new
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york city bar tinguished lawyer the
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jefferson davis is lawyer treating
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trauma Trevor came about after the war
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and he was a little Karen hey Leo
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libertarian till they helped to the help
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it’s a great guy and he was the he was
43:23
for very anti war New York City almost
43:25
succeeded from the north to
43:26
war maybe for mayor Fernando would want
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to see seed in a free trade with South
43:30
the sound rebel sound the sentiment it
43:34
was big laugh riots in New York half a
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graphic to one half a day’s another
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heroic of Italian gesture so the with
43:44
the my way child O’Connor tour the end
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of his life from the Democratic Party
43:48
his beloved party pic Horace we leave
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all that idiot socialism protectionists
43:54
peg horace greeley the presidential
43:56
candidate Connors wall to Street
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Democratic in 1972 ran for president
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nobody’s ever written on this I don’t
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think one what a story never written on
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this great defenders ticket anyway so
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that’s uh Lincoln and what else is the
44:11
Republican Party knew and they took over
44:13
in addition of butchery force the
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typically took advantage of a one-party
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come or less one party congress to push
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through the entire wing republican
44:25
economic program height Allison said
44:26
already huge rear of the land grants
44:29
river subsidies sin taxes on laughable
44:32
and tobacco from the beginning investor
44:34
Puritan motif heavy you can imagine how
44:36
cheap liquor was before the Civil War
44:38
you can imagine it a gallon of the
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Scotch for twenty cent of some him it
44:41
took forget about price inflation the
44:43
Magnificent he will matter the the
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income tax for the first time in
44:48
American history the monstrous income
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tax loving by lincoln you can and paper
44:54
money fired money by nationalizing the
44:57
banking system every wrong thing you can
44:58
think of them are linking yeah plus the
45:02
Conscription comes at a huge scale
45:04
massive conscription to give these
45:06
people put more fight the right of
45:08
habeas corpus was suspended arrest of
45:10
the center’s civil liberties or attacked
45:13
ever everything out whole thing’s a
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monster thrive on heard by the way is
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understand i herded i will try the
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latent mel bradford was denied the post
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of national anthem at the humanities
45:24
chairman early rig administration
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returns anton lincoln which made him a
45:28
fascist i can what do you mean I’m
45:30
looking with the frickin big fashion
45:31
brother they don’t even better on the
45:40
religion I just want to say I was like a
45:41
non-religious Ron I don’t think it was
45:43
very religious but he went along with
45:46
the culture he finally my sober and
45:48
stern he’s personally opposed Alcohol
45:51
Tobacco and if you post the private
45:53
carrying of guns by the way one of the
45:55
first gun controllers he’s also far as
45:58
running for president since almost
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almost early adulthood he also acted
46:02
viciously totez own humble and humble
46:04
family in Kentucky he create his entire
46:06
family she’s having to do with them he
46:09
met he dumped as his fiancee to me to
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marry wealthier girl while Mary Todd his
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family friend of henry clay come and
46:18
heroin guillotine he repudiates his own
46:21
family but then the whole world becomes
46:23
his family the union becomes his God
46:26
mystical union matter of fact he
46:29
prefigure own beloved Mario Cuomo in New
46:31
York but clearing the union was really a
46:34
family by owned in Tucson you bleep
46:37
together by the most intimate organic
46:38
bonds in few days his own family he
46:40
takes the union’s not like distant thing
46:42
out there as his family as I think
46:46
epilogue of Union liberalism yeah the
46:49
bows of an action is what it is so and
46:52
the difference I think between the
46:54
British and the north again the British
46:56
relief loyola missing person the king I
46:59
was there cause he’s calm hearing the
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north was loyal engages monstrous war
47:04
ponder and mass murderer meant
47:05
destruction and assault of women all the
47:07
rest of it and allegiance of mr. Hill
47:09
non-existent entity the Union which
47:11
would totally illogical totally absurd
47:14
this becomes the god of the number of
47:16
the north there’s no heresy greater and
47:19
no political feeling worker pernicious
47:21
and psycho lodging the psycho make a
47:23
secular institution divine divine
47:26
so this is alicia to conclude the the
47:34
woman in this war between of states he’s
47:36
clearly in the south of four for a
47:38
sacred honor no question about that or
47:40
on the war then the weapon warhammer
47:41
reserve was very opposite honorable
47:44
remember the care about the
47:46
international law of the North targeted
47:48
civilians and targeted women in target
47:50
was opinion first old it destroyed
47:53
civilian life in stories of an
47:54
institution Sherman’s famous and
47:56
infamous marketing Georgia was part of
47:58
it is the English 10 was part of this
48:00
ideas starve and killed sound in the
48:03
submission so by targeting and
48:06
butchering civilian lickin and grant and
48:07
Sherman pave the way all of genocide
48:09
with Harvard Monsters 20th century a lot
48:13
of clothes a lot of talk in recent years
48:15
about memory about never forgetting
48:16
capital n capital F but history
48:19
retroactive punishment for crimes of
48:21
Warren mass murder rate limit carrying a
48:23
storyboard act and put a put it in the
48:25
historical last analysis with the
48:27
immoral judge musically destroying you
48:30
wrote not clear Loretta Memphis
48:31
legendary vendor of human of innocent
48:34
blood all right and that spirit things
48:36
always remembers never forget anak and
48:39
hang higher than Haman those who
48:42
environment i’m opening Pandora’s box of
48:44
genocide extermination civilian
48:46
sherman’s rant and lincoln
48:57
perhaps someday near statute while
48:59
onions in Russia we topple the melted
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down
49:09
their insignia the battle flag will be
49:11
desecrated their war songs tossing of a
49:14
plane and then Davis and Lee injection
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and forest slowly here over the south
49:18
dixie and the stardom bar will once
49:21
again be truly honor to remember the
49:23
classic comment of that meretricious TV
49:25
series of rotten syrian civil war is
49:28
made by that marvelous and feisty great
49:30
southern writer Florence King my
49:32
favorite writers after Vigo series you
49:35
applied I didn’t have time to watch the
49:36
Civil War I’m too busy getting ready for
49:38
the next one and that spirit I’m sure
49:46
the one day it is a better buy more
49:48
better by myself in the glorious
49:49
copperhead condition the South shall
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rise again

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