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Is “Carnegie Endowment for International Peace” becoming an oxymoron??


It is becoming painfully clear that the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is in danger of being considered biased and producing propaganda instead of peace.

Senior Associate Michael Swaine is sounding more like a right-wing fanatic Republican than a level headed independent in his recent quote by The Christian Science Monitor.

After all, a majority of elites in China prefer to strengthen the bilateral relationship with the United States rather than to pursue “hawkish,” hegemonic ambitions, according to a recent report from Michael Swaine, senior associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

First of all….Mr. Swaine did not interview the majority of Chinese elite in creation of this statement.

Secondly, the word hegemonic is more likely to be used in corporate control of America than it is in the Politico rule over China. Making it one sided in reference to China is evidence that Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has a blind eye to the corruption and manipulation of the American people.

In further support of the second point, the idea of a bilateral relationship with America is a joke. America has only one type of relationship with foreign countries. COMPLETE DOMINANCE. There is no existing international relationship with the US that is not dominated financially or militarily.

It is unfortunate that through Mr. Swaine’s words, it is apparent that the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is not able to consider events with both eyes open. They are treating America as if it were the Post WWII hero country that was rebuilding other countries instead of bombing them.

I seriously think that the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace needs to rethink its one sided statements so it can be considered an engine for peace again instead of just a mouthpiece for the Corporate American Machine.

Itia

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