The Long Goodbye of Antiwar Protest

Lisnoff, Howard
http://www.counterpunch.org/2019/02/05/the-long-goodbye-of-antiwar-protest/

Publisher:  CounterPunch
Date Written:  05/02/2019
Year Published:  2019  
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX23368

There is a lack of real opposition - both by other governments and the public - to US-led regime changes.

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Why bother with the CIA or NSA, or other intelligence agencies when regime change is now handled in plain sight? It used to be that the process was slow, sort of like watching a kettle come to a boil, but this is now the stuff of a post 9/11 world and an Orwellian thought process that is truly disconcerting. The government tells us who we are at war with, and woe to those who buck the tidal wave of warmongering. It was as if they gave the merchants of war a ticker-tape parade through the streets of New York City and the sycophants of endless war were the cheerleaders of the confetti brigades.

A comment on The Real News Network piece observed that the disarray in the peace movement reached its apex during the Obama administration when people were sucked in by the empty rhetoric of hope and change and promptly left the streets and ignored Obama's expansion of the war in Afghanistan.

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