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Christopher Hitchens on the Ten Commandments

Well, we will let Christopher Hitchens (1949-2011) speak for himself on religion. I am sure it will offend many. Sorry about that, but I was taken by his 21st century version of the Ten Commandments. Thanks for 3 Quarks Daily … Continue reading

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Death of a Conflict Heavyweight: Christopher Hitchens 1949-2011

Christopher Hitchens, best appreciated by me as Henry Kissinger’s nemesis, died on, outlived by the dreadful Kissinger. A consummate arguer and controversialist. He will be missed, along with our other major loss this year Tony Judt. My old university fellow radical at UEA, … Continue reading

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The Trial of Henry Kissinger by Christopher Hitchens

I have been reading the marvelous ‘The Trial of Henry Kissinger’ written in 2001 by Christopher Hitchens (1949-) at his polemic, lacerating best. He argues fairly convincingly, with appropriate documentary evidence, that Kissinger warrants trial for war crimes. Indeed, Kissinger … Continue reading

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