What's so outrageous? Here's a sample of his column. Just think of the kind of mind that imagines it can get away with this kind of nonsense:Only the worst idiot would draw from events in the world that include the collapse yesterday of the talks over the Nuclear Non-Proliferation treaty, a siege of Baghdad, a genocide ongoing in Darfur, and so many other things that, gee, LOOK a hell of a lot like war, that war is on its way out. Are you going to quote from "the End of History" next, or perhaps reach back further to something equally irrelevant, like a Chamberlain speech?
You're a complete idiot, Tierney, or an irresponsible propagandist. Either way you're not worth reading.
"I predict that the incidence of war will decline," he told me in 1996, two years before his death. He based his prediction on the principle that there is less and less to be gained economically from war. As people get richer and smarter, their lives and their knowledge become far more valuable than the land, minerals and natural resources they used to fight over."1996"?
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