Episode 224 – R2P or: How the Left Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace Wars of Imperial Aggression

03/31/2012

If the last three years have taught us anything, it is that the so-called anti-war liberal left can be made to become cheerleaders for the same war agenda that they pretended to deride during the Bush Administration. How was this accomplished? A developing doctrine of international law called “Responsibility to Protect.” Join us this week as we expose the liberal “war is peace” agenda and ponder how best to disarm it.

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Documentation

Follow @corbettreport on Twitter
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Follow PrometheanPost on Twitter
Time Reference: 01:17

 

Hidden Influence Trailer
Time Reference: 03:25

 

Democracy Now “Debate” on U.S. Military Intervention in Libya: Juan Cole v. Vijay Prashad
Time Reference: 04:47

 

Rachel Maddow – Obama’s War in Libya is a Justifiable War
Time Reference: 07:52

 

Cenk Supports Obama Position on Libya
Time Reference: 08:30

 

Bush speech on Iraq war
Time Reference: 10:08

 

Bill Clinton statement on Kosovo campaign
Time Reference: 10:22

 

Brzezinski talking to the “freedom fighters” in Afghanistan
Time Reference: 11:09

 

1984 Audio Book
Time Reference: 11:55

 

Pepe Escobar on R2P
Time Reference: 15:52

 

The report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS) – Responsibility to Protect
Time Reference: 22:20

 

Information on UN peacekeeper abuses
Time Reference: 30:46

 

Lloyd Axworthy lecture on Responsibility to Protect
Time Reference: 31:47

 

The Assassination of Gaddafi – GRTV Backgrounder
Time Reference: 36:48

 

Madeleine Albright Defends Mass-Murder of iraqi Children (500,000 Children dead)
Time Reference: 43:09

 

R2P in Crisis Following UN Syria Vote
Time Reference: 52:08

 

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