Vassal states have no place in the 21st century world stage, argues George Collins
Tag: Life In The Empire
Life In The Empire Part 3: The Shredded Fabric of Reality
Growing up American feels like the old metaphor of a fish being removed from the river. The fish has no concept of water itself because the liquid home is all it has ever known. Once it is yanked from the stream, its worldview is shattered. A new world has been discovered and the fish […]
Life in the Empire Part 2: Bringing the Media Giant Down
In the first installment of this series, I lamented the nonexistence of a strong anti-war movement in the United States despite the need for one being greater than ever. The amount of destruction abroad that continues to murder civilians and foster resentment towards American imperialism rises with each new presidential administration, yet much of the […]
Life in the Empire Part 1: Where is the American Anti-War Movement?
Ask any American who experienced the assassination of John F. Kennedy what occurred in their lives that day, and they will be able to recall every detail: where they were, whom they were with, what they ate for breakfast that morning, all as fresh as if it took place only an hour prior. Ask Americans […]