Sep 19, 2015

How to identify the OUT OF TOUCH elite (a lofty,... | Villagers with Torches

It began with the words, ‘overseas contingency operations’, in some kind of warped attempt to convince us that with the word contingencies, someone threw a bottle in a bar fight, it hit some THING, and it was now over. Of course the people they were attempting to convince that through the ideology presented in word use, in framing the ‘argument’(bad, non peace word), were THEMSELVES. Now...

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