Tuesday, August 18, 2015


Naomi Wolf posted on facebook a while back this link from last December, one which I also posted at the time, asking why the New York Times isn't keeping up the push to get these guys in court to answer for their crimes against humanity. But that's the thing. I'm assuming the Times isn't pushing this too hard because most Americans simply can't handle the fact that we were led by heinous criminals for eight years. I mean, that would interfere with the "greatest country in the world" narrative, the childish, narcissistic and wrong concept of "American exceptionalism."

That is, most Americans don't want justice done because they just can't accept that we, as a nation, would ever do anything unjust. Of course, that's total bullshit. American history, on many levels, is about Americans committing crimes against humanity. Over and over and over. Even now. Our collective hands are drenched with blood. And we're in total and absolute denial about it.