How To Dismember A Country
American Terrorism in the Balkans
by Ares Demertzis (Sept. 2008)
Americans are a unique and privileged people. As a multi-cultural entity comprised of immigrants from every corner of the globe, they have resolved to obliterate memory. They are extraordinarily bereft of that significant capacity firmly established and carefully nurtured in other societies to consider as essential to their survival the sharing of a proudly remembered collective history; a past that one is born into from generation to generation and with which one persistently cohabits through an ongoing process of shared recollection. Criticism of that heroic past in what are sometimes referred to as “developing” societies is energetically discouraged as blatantly suicidal. I imagine that “developing” refers to those countries whose inhabitants still consider nationalism and ethnic distinctiveness as positive values to be defended; countries that have yet to accept the Orwellian future of one world people, one world government. more...
Posted on 09/01/2008 8:45 AM by NER