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Masters of Destruction

The War Cheerleaders never go away, they just move on to the next place to bomb.

For example:

Iran and world powers on Monday began to “engage” in detail about Iran’s nuclear program for the first time, although fundamental differences could prove unbridgeable at a second day of talks Tuesday, which could jeopardize the diplomatic track and eventually risk another Middle East war.

The P5+1 group (the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France, and Germany) want Iran to give up its most sensitive uranium enrichment work, close a deeply buried facility and take steps that will forever keep it from acquiring a nuclear weapon.

As part of a seemingly endless series of negotiations that have shown little progress, and which have limited popularity (the secret to being a War Monger is it’s always viscerally the easiest path, y’know until the war actually happens).

Meanwhile, the mere existence of diplomacy happening makes the usual suspects like Bill Kristol angry:

Somewhere a young girl is picking the daisies Bill Kristol dreams of having pushed up instead.

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Oops, sorry, that's the biography of Verne Gagne with a touch of Mustafa Kemal.

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