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- v. Present participle of warmonger.
- n. bellicism; militarism
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- n. a policy of advocating war
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Aside from being wrong, the cynical, self-aggrandizing view that all this warmongering from the right comes down to profit is unhelpful.
But none of that changes the fact that warmongering is a classic, and tragic, waste of resource, one that serves no useful purpose other than keeping the profits up there in the MIC.
In a few years or 50 years. well only ones warmongering is the right side gNOp cult party. cause the rest of the sane people know how and why you negotiate so we Do not have to go to war.
The only benefit I can see in all this Middle-Eastern warmongering is that the oil barrel is still sold for dollars instead of euros.
This continuous rant about McCain and his money and his warmongering is back firing, every blue collar worker in this country would love to marry a rich woman and have too many homes to remember or be born rich like the Kennedys.
He said McSame is an opportunist and is only interested in warmongering, not the people.
Kind of a classy touch that he called the warmongering idiot who got us into this mess.
No less than 80 per cent of the British regard Blair as a liar; 82 per cent believe his warmongering was a principal cause of the London bombings; 72 per cent believe he has made his country a target.
This is also called warmongering in order to steal treasury.
Can we recall the warmongering lying bastard NOW???
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