None of us living in the United States is immune from liability for the actions of this government,

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until we exhaust all available avenues to stop crimes committed with electoral sanction. And I'm not plugging writing to Congresspeople here.

"Good Germans" found themselves in the unconvincing position of claiming that they didn't know what was going on under their noses (a look at the historical record reveals the opposite.)

The "legal immunity" demanded of the Afghanistan government for American troops occupying that country could just wind up biting the rest of us in the ass. We have the relative luxury to mount political resistance not available to many of the victims of U.S. imperialism. We can still reverse the fascist direction of society, but time is running out.

As Daniel Ellsberg reminded us in a speech in 2006, it's a short jump to the dark side. It can happen almost overnight.

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