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    ‘Peace-Expert’ George W Bushwacker Says “Isolationism” Is Dangerous to Peace, Woke Demon

    Updated: October 19, 2019 at 1:59 am EST  See Comments

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    Humanity was treated to an important lecture on peace at a recent event for the NIR School of the Heart by none other than Ellen Degeneres BFF and world-renowned peace expert George W Bush.

    “I don’t think the Iranians believe the peaceful Middle East is in their national interest,” said the former president according to The Washington Post’s Josh Rogin, whose brief Twitter thread on the subject appears to be the only record of Bush’s speech anywhere online.

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    “An isolationist United States is destabilizing around the world,” Bush said during the speech in what according to Rogin was a shot at the sitting president.

    “We are becoming isolationist and that’s dangerous for the sake of peace.”

    For those who don’t speak fluent neoconservative, “isolationist” here means taking even one small step in any direction other than continued military expansionism into every square inch of planet Earth, and “We are becoming isolationist” here means “We have hundreds of military bases circling the globe, our annual military budget is steadily climbing toward the trillion-dollar mark, and we are engaged in countless undeclared wars and regime change interventions all around the world.”

    Josh Rogin@joshrogin · Oct 16, 2019

    President George W. Bush tonight at the Nir School of the Heart event: “I don’t think the Iranians believe a peaceful Middle East is in their national interest.”

    Josh Rogin@joshrogin

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