Since 1945, some 69 countries - more than a third of the membership
of the United Nations - have suffered some or all of the following. They
have been invaded, their governments overthrown, their popular
movements suppressed, their elections subverted and their people bombed.
The historian Mark Curtis estimates the death toll in the millions.
With the demise of the European empires, this has been the project of
the liberal flame carrier, the “exceptional” United States, whose
celebrated “progressive” president, John F Kennedy, according to new
research, authorised the bombing of Moscow during the Cuban crisis in
“If we have to use force,” said Madeleine Albright, US secretary of
state in the liberal administration of Bill Clinton and today a
passionate campaigner for his wife, “it is because we are America. We
are the indispensable nation. We stand tall. We see further into the