CJ Werleman

CJ Werleman

CJ Werleman is the author of Crucifying America; God Hates You. Hate Him Back; Koran Curious; and is the host of Foreign Object. Follow him onT witter: @cjwerleman

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 Then US President George W Bush (R) shakes hands with then US Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton,on 4 December 2006, during a meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC (AFP) Views
Friday, March 23, 2018
Dangerous and Reckless: John Bolton, Trump's New National Security Adviser
John Bolton, former ambassador to the United Nations under the Bush administration, has been appointed by US President Donald Trump as his third national security adviser, replacing HR McMaster. While a great many troubling figures have travelled in and through the doorway of the Oval Office, none...
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"Trump’s silence on rising hate crimes against Muslim Americans is deafening." Views
Wednesday, August 09, 2017
The Silence of Trump: How US President Gives Tacit Support to Terror Against Muslims
Regardless of the issue, you just can’t shut Donald Trump up. Lord knows, his three campaign managers and current and former White House chief of staff have nearly died trying. They have begged, pleaded, and cajoled the slumlord-in-chief to forgo his Twitter account. It was even rumoured that the...
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The aftermath of an airstrike in Yemen in 2015. Views
Saturday, October 15, 2016
Homegrown Terrorism is Rooted in US Actions, Not Islam. Just Ask the FBI.
If a Muslim carried out an attack on a funeral home in the United States, killing 140 mourners, the public discourse that would inevitably follow is by now all too predictable: blame would be apportioned to the attacker's faith and culture. A 2012 FBI report into homegrown extremism found that...
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Thursday, October 06, 2016
The American-Made Catastrophe in Yemen
For a generation of Americans old enough to remember, the Korean conflict is often dubbed the “forgotten war”. Where Hollywood has lionised or contextualised those who fought in the Second World War and Vietnam, the nearly 2 million Americans who fought on the Korean peninsula in the early 1950s...
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