So much for Trump’s isolationist strategies.
I’m sure they were just there to deliver humanitarian aid or somesuch.
And more in this thread:
It doesn’t count when it involves brown people or communists… everyone knows that… /s
Hey, South America is the US’ backyard. Or front porch, I forget.
Anything happening north of the antarctic circle is, by definition, a domestic intervention.
You know, like sending round a squad car.
Interview with Joe Haldeman:
Tradition, I suppose…
But it’ll be nice for the US troops taking part in the upcoming humanitarian campaign to be deployed closer to home than usually, and roughly in the same time zone. A shorter commute and no jet lag; what’s not to like?
Personally, I’m thrilled by the lengths the current US administration is willing to go in order to make this 1980ies-revival a rousing success.
A budding nuclear arms race, interventionist policies, right-wing nuts in key positions, Reagonomics on speed… Why, they’ll even build a wall we can tear down in a couple of years to round things off.
What a great opportunity to re-live my late teens/early twens. As long as we manage to avoid those shoulder pads and wearing linen blazers over pastel t-shirts, we’re good.