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If we’re going to prevent future wars, it cannot be about us the victims; it has to be about us and our government as perpetrators.
The Malthusian Obsession By JEFFREY ST. CLAIR WEEKEND EDITION JANUARY 10-12, 2014 Counterpunch.org In 1952, Charlie Follett, a wayward orphan, was a resident of the Sonoma County State Boys Home. One day when he was 14-years old, he was taken to the hospital, told to disrobe and sit on a table. The orderly didn’t explain what […]