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A Culture of War in America? — Frank Li

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My only criticism is that Frank Li should have used MICIMATT (Military-Industrial-Congressional-Intelligence-Media-Academia-Think-Tank complex) instead of MIC (h/t Ray McGovern for the longer acronym). The MIC has become a many-headed Hydra.This not about national defense. It is quasi-religious war to spread the ideology of liberalism in a way that is eerily similar to the way that previous religious wars were tied to empire, in the course of which war is not only normalized but made virtuous and even obligatory.econintesect.comA Culture of War in America?Frank Li | Chinese ex-pat, Founder and President of W.E.I. (West-East International), a Chicago-based import & export company, B.E. from Zhejiang University (China) in 1982, M.E. from the University of Tokyo in 1985, and Ph.D. from

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My only criticism is that Frank Li should have used MICIMATT (Military-Industrial-Congressional-Intelligence-Media-Academia-Think-Tank complex) instead of MIC (h/t Ray McGovern for the longer acronym). The MIC has become a many-headed Hydra.

This not about national defense. It is quasi-religious war to spread the ideology of liberalism in a way that is eerily similar to the way that previous religious wars were tied to empire, in the course of which war is not only normalized but made virtuous and even obligatory.

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A Culture of War in America?
Frank Li | Chinese ex-pat, Founder and President of W.E.I. (West-East International), a Chicago-based import & export company, B.E. from Zhejiang University (China) in 1982, M.E. from the University of Tokyo in 1985, and Ph.D. from Vanderbilt University in 1988, all in Electrical Engineering

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