… is what Neocons mean by “freedom.” What else to conclude from the latest online creepiness from Americaneocon:
List of French Citizens Who Collaborated With the Nazis During WWII to Be Published Online
At London’s Telegraph, via Theo Spark.
One day, we’ll also see a list of Americans who collaborated with global jihad in the post-9/11 era.
This is nothing new from the chickenhawks. Tough guy Michael Reagan once giggled about the prospect of executing anti-war activist Mark Dice:
“You call them traitors–that’s what they are–and you shoot ‘em dead. I’ll pay for the bullet. How about you take Mark Dice out, and put him in the middle of the firing range? Tie him to a post, don’t blindfold him, and let it rip and have some fun with Mark Dice.”
And who can forget David Horowitz’ blanket condemnation of all who failed to support the Neocon Wars?
“Protesters against America’s war on terror are not peaceniks, they are America-haters and saboteurs, and they should be treated as such.”
If you’re puzzled that so-called “conservatives” could sound so anti-American and totalitarian, just remember the Trotskyite foundations of Neoconservatism.