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China will be emboldened to attack Taiwan. And Don’t get me started on Iran
We should also stand with (real) democratic countries fighting for their sovereignty. They have a right to join us and our NATO Allie’s if they want to. I also personally do not want Ukraine to go the way of Belarus and Lukashenko.
I do not support war. That’s ridiculous. But I understand the global hegemony and the stakes at play here.
To the TYT Intercept crowd, America will always be in the wrong I guess.
Jacobin is a fucking joke to serious politicos.
>with that article you link, apart from your disagreement?? >The history and context laid out by the author is correct, and >you're calling it agitprop but socialism isn't mentioned once >talk more of promoted throughout the entire piece. > >Furthermore, it was published late Dec 2021 and since then the >current US admin has deployed thousands more troops to the >region plus adopted a posture so incendiary that the pres of >Ukraine himself has asked the West to chill lol >(https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2022/01/28/ukraine-russia-us-nato-putin-macron/, >https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-60174684). This would >suggest that the author's concerns/predictions about where >American saber-rattling could lead are quite valid. > >If you support war, you could just say that. A journalist >explaining (and applying a critical lens to) historical facts >unflattering to the US isn't de facto socialist propaganda >tho. > > > >> >>Ana Kasparian, Kyle kulinski and these other influencer >bros >>openly questioning our ties to NATO right now. Talking as >if >>WE are the aggressors here >> >>Jacobin mag basically running with Russian agitprop right >now: >>https://jacobinmag.com/2021/12/united-states-russia-war-ukraine >> >