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Western Hypocrisy, And Why It Makes The World A Dangerous Place

Submitted by Michael Jabara Carley via, The West has always been a great trembling hive of hypocrisy, portraying itself as liberal, progressive, civilised and democratic. You know the descriptors; the list is very long. Take the United States, for example, it is the «shining house upon the hill»: just, altruistic, democratic, with a «mission to extend individual liberties throughout the world».
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