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  • abbr. Global War on Terrorism

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Examples

  • Edwards used to use the term GWOT, now he rejects both the term and the policy it implies.

    Edwards Didn't Always Oppose "War On Terror" Phrase

  • The Middle East and the GWOT is the way it is today because of blowback from our earlier Iran and Afghanistan policies.

    Easter Lemming Liberal News

  • The latest tactic in the GWOT is an oldie but a goodie: be short on specifics, cover up your mistakes, demonize your opponents, and predict a dark and endless future unless we keep perpetual vigilance against our unseen enemies.

    September 2006

  • The GWOT is not a term that is meaningless, or comes out of some sort of random confusion.

    Matthew Yglesias » After GWOT, What?

  • If you acknowlege that the GWOT is to be fought on more than simply military grounds, then one must recognize the viability of a political solution.

    Matthew Yglesias » Romney Versus The Muslim Brotherhood

  • This whole GWOT is a stupid fabrication by those in office that think that the military and intelligence agencies can secure oil routes.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast PM: July 12, 2006

  • Brian Tamanaha, U.S. Loses Critical Battle in GWOT (Mar. 14, 2006) 11.

    Balkinization

  • GWOT is a hoax much like the Wall Street/Capitalist created Soviet Union (great great grandpappy worked with GE when they installed the Russians power plants for Russia in the 1920’s).

    Matthew Yglesias » Endgame

  • The GWOT is just an excuse to give the military authority over a bunch of stuff other agencies should be doing, but can’t, usually because they are dominated by the industries they are supposed to oversee and regulate.

    Matthew Yglesias » After GWOT, What?

  • GWOT is not a war on terror but a war on liberties around the world for control and expansion of a corporate based empire along with standing armies among all nations (America’s new colonialism) to enforce adherence to corporatism and the faux free enterprise it stands for.

    Think Progress » Cost of Iraq.

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