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"Our traditional policy of

"Our traditional policy of neutrality and non-interference with other nations was based on the principle that this policy was the best way to avoid disputes with other nations and to maintain the liberty of this country without war. From the days of George Washington that has been the policy of the United States. It has never been isolationism; but it has always avoided alliances and interference in foreign quarrels as a preventive against possible war, and it has always opposed any commitment by the united states, in advance, to take any military action outside of our territory."

Im afraid for america, and other nations on a similar boat, im afraid that this position is only a one
time deal, that it only applies if you never break it.

This i believe is what nation governments have themselves commited us to, years of misery, still to come, the scope of it not absolving those who contributed through ignorance, maybe a little understanding, but not absolvetion

A freedom lost is a missery gained in the fight to get that freedom back

Rights lost in the blink of an eye, are rights gained in the blink of my grandchildren