The Analysis Project: A Look at the World's Politics from a Spectator's Viewpoint

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iUniverse, Aug 1, 2006 - Philosophy - 132 pages
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Since the dawn of history the world has never seen such a Machiavellian nemesis, a power hungry nemesis that would willfully lay waste to civilization for sheer profit and empire. The war in Iraq is a prime example of this Neo-Con tropism. Also the declaration that North Korea is a part of the "Axis of Evil" leaves an umbra enveloping many Asian countries. The Bush regime's vulturous proclivity to go to war with Syria and Iran will stretch our military too thin, and let's not leave out endangering the rest of the world with their irresponsible policies toward the development of nuclear weapons. These are all cumbersome issues that the Bush Administration is handling inappropriately. Bush has made America the very nexus of hatred around the world, the paresthesia that pricks and creeps through the skin. He's disregarded our U.S. Constitution and is in favor of the "Wolfowitz's Doctrine" and the U.S.A. Patriot Act, which is nothing more then the aposematic rise of fascism. Reactionaries need to contemplate what it is they're enabling, and what they are enabling is a monster who someday may be unstoppable. In this analysis many other topics will be discussed in vivid detail, such as Latin America, China, the U.S. Media in a time of war, why we are at-war in the Middle East, Liberalism, Conservatism, and other topics too numerous to mention. The overall mission is to ask and try to answer as many questions as possible. So with that said, never stop inquiring because the day the questions stop is the day we lose everything.
  

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Contents

The Bush Administrations Policies U S A Patriot
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Propaganda in China and the persecution of Falun
33
What is happening in Latin America?
49
The GOP Power Base Has Engulfed America
62
The U S A Middle Eastern Liaison Part Deux
76
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