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Neocon Michael Ledeen: "“Creative destruction is our middle name. We tear down the old order every day, from business to science, literature, art, architecture, and cinema to politics and the law.”
It seems like Neocon pundit Ann Coulter is slowly but surely catching up with what most Americans have been saying since the beginning of time: that perpetual wars in the Middle East are not and have never been for America and much of the world.
"Over 30 pages relating to Saudi Arabia in the report were blacked out."
By metaphysically rejecting the moral and political order and embracing chaos and destruction, international Zionism has essentially become Satanism.
Trump in 2000: "Within five years Iran is expected to have nuclear missiles capable of reaching the continental United States."
Trump continues to declare that the Iraq War was “stupid,” but Trump will not tell us that it was the Israelis and the Neocons in America who actually forced Bush to destroy Iraq.
Elliott Abrams ought to be hanged for the disasters he had helped create all over the world.
Does Benjamin Netanyahu need to be prosecuted, jailed, and perhaps hanged?
“Occasionally it might be good idea to be honest about American foreign policy, and that includes the fact that America has overthrown governments all over the world in Chile and Guatemala in Iran.”
In 2005, more than 6,000 suicides took place among our soldiers serving in Iraq. By 2012, more soldiers committed suicide than died in combat, making it the year with the highest suicide rate since 2001.
“For me, a former enlisted Marine rifleman who served in Afghanistan in 2008, 2009 and 2010, watching the national-security intelligentsia reckon with their careers, and where they contributed to the quagmire in which the United States now finds itself, reminds me of a Pentagon press-conference transcript from March 2010."
“At this point, the US has some kind of military presence in Afghanistan, Bahrain, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, U.A.E., Uzbekistan, and Yemen.”
“The Israelis ‘thought they could just snap their fingers’ and get friends in Congress to legislate visa changes, a Hill aide said, instead of going through the required hoops with DHS.”
What Gabbard is indirectly saying here is that if a foreign policy is in the interest of the American people, then the warmongers, and the political whores and prostitutes will have nothing to do with it. This is one reason why Gabbard unequivocally told Donald Trump a few weeks ago: “We are not your prostitutes.”
The Syrian "civil war" is wholly funded and directed by the West. It is part of the Arab Spring whose purpose is to "sow chaos from Morocco to Afghanistan." In turn, this reflects the Cabalist doctrine that "order" (i.e. NWO tyranny) will arise out of destruction.
No one can universalize the New World Order ideology because it is existentially and fundamentally incoherent. And Kant would have almost certainly thrown it in the dustbin of history once and for all.
Shouldn’t David Duke, Richard Spencer, and other Americans support Tulsi Gabbard's effort to stop perpetual wars in the Middle East? Wouldn’t it be stupid if they don’t applaud her political sensibility?
Is Ann Coulter going to start refunding the very people who plunked down the money to buy Never Trust a Liberal and other books that promote perpetual wars in the Middle East? Or is she going to apologize to America and much of the Middle East for promoting perpetual wars for nearly ten years?
New World Order agents have a history of summoning false flag operations in order to beat the war drum. The war against Iran is no different.
Would it be possible for a very high-ranking U.S. military officer to develop the same critical dissident view of United States foreign policy practices, tactics, and especially, the multi-faceted brutal nonstop war on humankind, ultimately including its own helpless people at home, that I have?
“We must stand up against powerful politicians from both parties who sit in their ivory towers thinking up new wars to wage, new places for people to die, wasting trillions of our taxpayer dollars and hundreds of thousands of lives and undermining our economy, our security, and destroying our middle class.”