Tucker Carlson Takes On Venezuela Intervention

H/T Daily Stormer

Venezuela illustrates why a 3.0 movement is necessary.

The funny thing is, the Alt-Right or the 2.0 movement is united to a man on opposing the Trump administration’s military interventions in Syria, Iran and Venezuela, but has failed at articulating its own ardent opposition to imperialism and its commitment to humanity and international peace. No one in American politics is more opposed to destructive regime change wars.

The Trump administration’s interventions in Syria and Venezuela are victimizing mainly poor brown people in Third World countries. And yet, the Alt-Right or the 2.0 movement is extremely animated and stirred up in a rage at the neocons who are currently running Blompf’s foreign policy. Similarly, it has cheered on the peace talks between North Korea and South Korea.

Isn’t it the supreme irony that the “racists” in American politics are the real humanitarians while the so-called “humanitarians” like Sen. Marco Rubio and Bill Kristol are less adverse to bloodshed and destructive wars in which hundreds of thousands of people die than the “racists”?

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  1. Big props to Tucker once again being willing to defy the GOP and the conservative establishment & give the position of the populists on the issue of Venezuela.

    His colleagues in conservative media did the exact opposite yesterday as they made jackasses of themselves as they aped John Bolton’s and Pompeo’s pro-intervention propaganda and talking points all day on social media. Some like Dinesh D’Souza were literally calling for Trump to invade. It was pathetic especially after the campaign Trump ran in 2016.

    Even the Democrats were aping John Bolton’s propaganda. So-called “justice Democrats” like Bernie Sanders remained completely silent on the issue.

    BTW 2.0 failed to articulate their anti-war position to the public and take a firm stand because they were too busy with their lips planted on Trump’s ass.over the last two years.

  2. Tucker opposed intervention in Syria because he is good with a holocaust of Sunni Muslims. “Muslims killing Muslims, let Allah sort it out”, is his mantra. His opposition to intervention in Venezuela is not so ardent; he expresses deep concern with suffering Venezuelans which he has no problem blaming all on Maduro, and none on US policies. Just wait; he is a believer in the Monroe doctrine and IS a US imperialist.His admiration for Democratic Socialist AOC, and other libs, shows he is moving slowly but surely to becoming a democratic socialist himself in ten year or so. And long before there is mass murder of civilians in Venezuela as there is in Syria by the regime, he will support US intervention there. It’s Arab/Muslims he hates, not Latinos.

  3. I don’t believe for a minute that intervention has anything to do with giving a shit about the Venezuelan people. Consider how much our overlords care about us. The fact that warmongering neocons are so committed makes me very suspicious about whom it’s really for.

  4. Along with the “victimization” of “poor, brown people, this whole empirical stance exploits ALL OF US as being the fools who vote these bastards in year after year.
    We need a LOUD public separation from the policies and actions of this thing calling itself America..

  5. I think after what they did to Qaddafi it’s going to be a lot more difficult to overthrow governments. They will dig in and become seriously brutal because they have nothing to lose.

  6. I agree, there is irony in labels, in trying to tell who is more disposed towards ‘bloodshed and destructive wars in which hundreds of thousands of people die’. Why do we fight? It is for power. Power (manifested as interest) has been present in every conflict of the past – no exception. It is the underlying motivation for war. Other cultural factors might change, but not power. Interest cuts across all apparently unifying principles: family, kin, nation, religion, ideology, politics – everything. We unite with the enemies of our principles, because that is what serves our interest. It is power, not any of the above concepts, that is the cause of war. And that is what is leading the world to nuclear Armageddon.

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