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Came across a good one today from a favorite book series

"Patriotism is a word, and one that generally comes to mean "my country right or wrong" which is infamous, or "my country is always right" which is imbecile"

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jackryan, another one in the same vein:

 

"Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind."  ~ Albert Einstein

 

he would know first hand

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Came across a good one today from a favorite book series

"Patriotism is a word, and one that generally comes to mean "my country right or wrong" which is infamous, or "my country is always right" which is imbecile"

 

 

jackryan, another one in the same vein:

 

"Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind."  ~ Albert Einstein

 

 

"patriotism is the last refuge for a scoundrel" Samuel Johnson

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Anything you three amigos support and or promote; chances are high I'm against it or don't support the position. - :howdy:

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Rather ironic one of his early work title is....Hussein, An Entertainment

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Came across a good one today from a favorite book series

"Patriotism is a word, and one that generally comes to mean "my country right or wrong" which is infamous, or "my country is always right" which is imbecile"

 

 

jackryan, another one in the same vein:

 

"Nationalism is an infantile disease. It is the measles of mankind."  ~ Albert Einstein

 

 

"patriotism is the last refuge for a scoundrel" Samuel Johnson

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-

Anything you three amigos support and or promote; chances are high I'm against it or don't support the position. - :howdy:

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Rather ironic one of his early work title is....Hussein, An Entertainment

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1826253

Dude, NICE work on the O'brian ID! Impressive. Did you know an admirer and friend of OBrian was Charlton Heston? Perhaps a lesson in there, and in OBrians work: good friends can still differ greatly in their perspectives

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