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Re: POF Study Course: Bush, Iraq, and the Philosophy of Freedom

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  • Mathew Morrell
    How about the moral intuition of Clinton s invasion of Yugoslavia in the late 1990s, a war that destroyed the ability of Yugoslavia to protect itself from
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 12, 2007
      How about the "moral intuition" of Clinton's invasion of Yugoslavia
      in the late 1990s, a war that destroyed the ability of Yugoslavia to
      protect itself from the exploding Islamic population? Was that
      morally intuitive: creating a Muslim state in Europe? Or was
      opening Europe's back door to Islamic fascism all apart of
      Clinton's "clear distinct vision" of the New World Order?

      Or how about the "moral intuition" of Jimmy Carter who, in the 1970s,
      played a critical role in deposing the shaw of Iran. Toppling the
      shaw allowed radical Muslim Shiites to take control of the country
      and to establish Ayatollah Khomeini as their supreme leader, thereby
      producing the world's first terror state.

      These two decisions have proven to be as "morally un-intuitive" as
      the decisions that the Bush Administration has made in Iraq and in
      America. The fact that the far Left in Anthroposophy refuses to see
      politics from an un-biased, objective vantage point proves that their
      opinions should be read with a grain of salt. Obviously they have an
      agenda.

      Mathew Morrell
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