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Violence: Obama and Osama?

By Alejandro A. Tagliavini

'Zero Dark Thirty' is a lamentable movie which I do not recommend. And it is highly immoral, because it defends war, torture and homicide.

Translated By Bianca Fierro

30 January 2013

Edited by Kath­leen Weinberger

Panama - Panama America - Original Article (Spanish)

The film is collated to discuss a theme with a certain historical perspective. Even though a slight doubt remains, I want to believe and will continue to support my thesis that bin Laden was assassinated by the U.S. government. Acts of torture and assassinations are completely useless, as they always are, given that al-Qaida and the Taliban continue to control territory and to attack others constantly.

There exists a very primitive and extended idea that once a murderer is dead or a robber is jailed, the crime will be over. Instead, after centuries of killing murderers and jailing robbers, these crimes still exist. For instance, World War II caused more deaths (60 million, eight times the present population of Israel) than what Hitler would have accomplished before being felled with his own weight. Furthermore, this war served to establish the worst evil empire, the USSR, which — while being even more powerful than Nazism — fell on its own without any bloodshed.

The Vietnam War (which left 60,000 American causalities, less than those who were murdered for a criminal offense since Chavez installed his statist country) was created as a fight against communism in a country that today turns in peace toward capitalism, following its own interests and convictions. This clearly demonstrates that wars do not follow an exact ideology, much less a moral one.

This violent culture is rooted even in the 21st century; evidence of this is Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize. Even though he assured the public during his most recent inaugural address that, “We, the people, still believe that enduring security and lasting peace do not require perpetual war,” he has openly promoted homicides and war, and has said that evil exists. In other words, he believes in evil despite science and empirical evidence.

Obama needs to believe in evil, because he is the Commander in Chief: taxes, laws, regulations, borders, coercively imposed customs using monopolies that the state assumes — this is violence that is contrary to nature, to goodness. Wars, homicides and acts of torture are all necessary and functional for the state, and yet these are also acts of violence (that is why the “pacifists” of the left parties are labeled as wrong). If these impositions, such as borders and customs, did not exist, and if the market (the free and voluntary cooperation between people) would prevail in the world, peace would be the inevitable result.



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