The latest scandal to arise is an alleged murder spree. Whenever I hear of such scandals I just ignore them. They are just noise. There are always people who break the rules of the institution. The appropriate response is to just try them and convict them. What is important is that the rules of the institution be perfect. And the institutions in Iraq are all perfect. Or nearly perfect, anyway. I don't like some parts of their constitution. But the institution of the US military is perfect.

I love to get my news from the BBC web site, because I can ignore all the news that doesn't have an institutional effect, such as earthquakes, Abu Graib scandals and murders. It's all just noise. The crucial battle is to implement perfect institutions world-wide. Or if not perfect then "to the best of our knowledge".

We're in a crucial stage of development at the moment. When Iraq quietens down, it will release all the US troops. Then there will be an opportunity for a blitzkrieg across the globe. At 3 weeks per country, the US can liberate the rest of the world in short order. If the dictators want to prevent that, they should really be forming some sort of alliance. But they're not. They're leaving it too late. They're like chickens, who get slaughtered one at a time, never the wiser. Historically, the Anglophones have liberated countries as fast as they possibly could. They couldn't really have done any more than they have already done. Let's hope that America doesn't just stop with enemy governments, but instead takes on enemy PEOPLE as well. The anti-American sentiment that exists across the globe.

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