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Into Nonsense: 4 Ways The New Star Trek Shills for Surrender in the War on Terror

2) Search Within for True Villainy.

It’s an article of faith on the Left that the U.S. is ultimately to blame for Osama Bin Laden because we backed the Afghanistan Mujahideen in their 1980s fight against the Soviet Union, and some of our weapons fell into the hands of their successors in the Taliban. The notion dovetails perfectly with the loopy John Lennon pacifist fantasy that if only one side -- us -- would stop being combative, then there would be no more wars. While it can make for a more enriching movie experience to have good and evil mixed up a little, the heavy-handedness of Into Darkness clearly places its sympathies in the Blame America First camp.