By Brett Redmayne-Titley
7 June 2014
We cannot thank you enough for providing this past week a detailed and visually militarized definition of your failing country's "exceptionalism." On May 28, 2014, to the cheers of budding West Point Military Academy cadets, you could not hear the global guffaws of laughter in response to your twisted excuses for this sad new lexicon of an ever threatened world.
Exceptionalism, however, describes America and American foreign policy much more accurately than you realize. Fortunately, and thanks to your finely crafted definition, we now know the cause of this affliction, a disease it seems, that is peculiar to US and Zionist-controlled politicians.
Exceptionalism, the metaphor for horror and atrocity on behalf of Empire, has been available for illicit use since it was first brought into empirical popularity by Joseph Stalin in 1929, at the beginning of his rise to Soviet authoritarian power. According to the American Marion-Webster dictionary, their definition is;
Exceptionalism:ex•cep•tion•al•ism- noun - (\ik-ˈsep-shnə-ˌli-zəm.)
: the condition of being different from the norm; also : a theory expounding the exceptionalism especially of a nation or region.
Perfect. Indeed it is obvious that America is “different from the norm,” i.e., humanity.