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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript – “But if you live inside the bubble cocoon that is the “conservative” Fox News, or if you’ve existed inside the talk radio mafia cocoon, they all want war, baby.  War is awesome.  We are a warlike people.  Nay, scratch that.  We are a barbarian-like people.”  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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Mike:  Today in another interview, Vladimir Putin said that Russian intelligence has provided intelligence that the United States is planning another false flag operation, this one to bomb Damascus to try and kill Assad and blame Assad for the bombing.  Here’s Buchanan:


By firing off five dozen Tomahawk missiles at a military airfield, our “America First” president may have plunged us into another Middle East war that his countrymen do not want to fight.

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Mike:  But if you live inside the bubble cocoon that is the “conservative” Fox News, or if you’ve existed inside the talk radio mafia cocoon, they all want war, baby.  War is awesome.  We are a warlike people.  Nay, scratch that.  We are a barbarian-like people.  It’s not hard to envision – no, it is because our leaders are pansies.  They’re not real men; they’re cowards.  If they were real men, they’d stand up for what is right, good, true, and beautiful and just.  Just referring back to earlier today when we talked about, is it possible that democracy can exist at the same time as just war, in the same place.  Indeed, as Justice.  As that essay I was reading to you earlier from Stanley Hauerwas, that it is democracy itself that makes unjust war possible, nay, probable.  He even asked the point: Why did we attack Iraq in 1991?  That was at the end of the Cold War.  We had an Army.  We had a military.  Let’s use it.  Yes, let’s.  Why did we attack Iraq in 2003?  Number one, who was going to stop us from doing it?  Number two, we’ve got all this hardware and military firepower left over from the Cold War.  Why not use it?  So we did.

Why not lob some Tomahawk missiles at the Syrians and then claim, without any evidence whatsoever, and without presenting any evidence – as a matter of fact, today at the UN, Vladimir Putin’s representatives stand up and demand it: Where is the evidence?  Where is your evidence that Assad launched a missile strike with the gas?  What do you have?  By the way, here’s what they have.  They’ve got nothing.

[private FP-Monthly|FP-Yearly|FP-Yearly-WLK|FP-Yearly-So76]



Thus far Bashar Assad seems unintimidated. Brushing off the strikes, he has defiantly gone back to bombing the rebels from the same Shayrat air base that the U.S. missiles hit.

Trump “will not stop here,” warned U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley on Sunday. “If he needs to do more, he will.” [Mike: You mean if Ivanka sees more videos that upset her?]

If Trump fails to back up Haley’s threat, the hawks now cheering him on will begin deriding him as “Donald Obama.”

But if he throbs to the war drums of John McCain, Lindsey Graham and Marco Rubio and orders Syria’s air force destroyed, we could be at war not only with ISIS and al-Qaida, but with Syria, Russia, Iran and Hezbollah.

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Mike:  What could possibly go wrong?  There was a commercial Saturday on The Masters that showed a former member of the United States Army who lost his legs in an IED attack in Iraq meeting up with Jordan Spieth on a golf course and playing a little round of golf.  As a matter of fact, Spieth was smiling and humble.  He said, “Your honors,” and he let the vet go first.  Mrs. Church and I were watching that.  Mrs. Church goes: How many people are watching this at home like, “That’s awesome”?  I said: Lots.  I said: Hey, why don’t we do all we can do to stop creating blown-off limbs by deploying men into areas where the IEDs are?  [mocking] “Mitter Church, please.  We can’t do that.”


A Syrian war would consume Trump’s presidency.

Are we ready for that? How would we win such a war without raising a large army and sending it back into the Middle East?

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Mike:  Do you think the deceptiCons care about that?  They don’t care about the actual execution of war.  They certainly don’t care about the conclusion of it.  They don’t care about whether it brings about any peace or anything.  Here’s what they care about.  They care about waging it.  It is in the macho man act of not getting it declared but actually beginning it.  It’s in dropping the bombs.  It’s in making the rest of the world heel to your sick, twisted, warped worldview.  It is in making the rest of the world hail you.  It’s a religion.  And as high priest, as the Sanhedrin of the religion, John Bolton and John McCain and now Donald Trump, the high priests of warfare.  Warfare is our existence.  We promote it.  We revel in it.  Our kids play games to prepare them to go off and fight it.  Let’s face it, folks, Carlin was right.  We’re a warlike people, becoming barbarians.  It wasn’t bad enough to kill the rest of the world.  Hey, we need to apply this attitude to unborn children.


Are we ready for that? How would we win such a war without raising a large army and sending it back into the Middle East?

Another problem: Trump’s missile attack was unconstitutional.

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Mike:  [mocking] “Mitter Buchanan, please.  We don’t care about constitutions.  And what is this Constitution you speak of?  Besides, haven’t you read Brother Andre Marie’s Facebook page, Mr. Buchanan?  It is all there in black and white.  The president and the War Powers Act, that’s all the authority that’s needed.  We don’t need a Congress anymore.  That’s old-school, fuddy-duddy stuff.  We’re evolved, you see.”  By the way, while we deny the preference of monarch, because we’re not going to live under a king – we live under a king.  It’s called the president.


Assad had not attacked or threatened us, and Congress, which alone has the power to authorize war on Syria, has never done so.

Indeed, Congress denied President Obama that specific authority in 2013.

What was Trump thinking?

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Mike:  We now know.  Ivanka went and cried to Daddy, [mocking] “Did you see those children?  You’ve got to do something.  Assad, you’ve gotta stop him, Daddy.”  Trump gave Ivanka and Jared Kushner the keys to the bunker, to the launch codes.  By the way, I wonder if we’ll ever learn why the number 59 was chosen.  You know these imbeciles don’t do anything by accident, even though they stumble into it from time to time.  Why was the number 59?  Why not 60?  Why not 58?  I’m just curious.  Back to Buchanan.  He quotes Trump and what he said.


Two days later, Trump was still emoting: “Beautiful babies were cruelly murdered in this very barbaric attack. No child of God should ever suffer such horror.” [Mike: You’re right. Mr. Trump, no child of God should ever suffer the horror of a vacuum extractor device, known as a VED, coming after it while it’s slumbering and growing inside its mother’s womb. If you’re all about protecting children, why don’t you get your Congress to act and defund Planned Parenthood?]

Now, that gas attack was an atrocity, a war crime, and pictures of its tiny victims are heart-rending. But 400,000 people have died in Syria’s civil war, among them thousands of children and infants . . . [Mike: How many infants have been killed by US-sponsored air raids and attacks executed by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia in Yemen?]


Assad is battling insurgents and jihadists who would slaughter his Alawite brethren and the Christians in Syria . . .  [Mike: You know all this.]

We have no vital interest in Syria’s civil war. It is those doing the fighting who have causes they deem worth dying for.

For ISIS, it is the dream of a caliphate. For al-Qaida, it is about driving the Crusaders out of the Dar al Islam. For the Turks, it is, as always, about the Kurds.

For Assad, this war is about his survival and that of his regime. For Putin, it is about Russia remaining a great power and not losing its last naval base in the Med. For Iran, this is about preserving a land bridge to its Shiite ally Hezbollah. For Hezbollah it is about not being cut off from the Shiite world and isolated in Lebanon.

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Because all have vital interests in Syria, all have invested more blood in this conflict than have we. And they are not going to up their gains or goals in Syria and yield to the Americans without a fight.

And if we go to war in Syria, what would we be fighting for?

A New World Order? Democracy? Separation of mosque and state? Diversity? Free speech for Muslim heretics? LGBT rights?

In 2013, a great national coalition came together to compel Congress to deny Barack Obama authority to take us to war in Syria.

We are back at that barricade. An after-Easter battle is shaping up in Congress on the same issue: Is the president authorized to take us into war against Assad and his allies inside Syria?

If, after Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya and Yemen, we do not want America in yet another Mideast war, the time to stop it is before the War Party has us already in it. That time is now.

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