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remnant 64: ‘Are we that warlike, that childish, that afraid?’

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Oh no … really? Is that who we are now? Blind, unquestioning, warlike? Are we that violent, that childish, that silly, that shallow? Are we that afraid of others? Of ourselves? Of the possibility of genuine change? Are we that easily swayed, that capable of defending “American interests”, whatever “American interests” means? Are we that racist, that terrified, that protective of an idea that we don’t even question what the idea has come to represent?

Never forget!

Michael Stipe: ‘Are we that warlike, that childish, that afraid?’

“Exhuming McCarthy”


Written by plthomasedd

September 12, 2014 at 12:35 pm