Sunday, February 29, 2004

Neo-Cons, Israel and the Bush Administration by STEPHEN GREEN

Since 9-11, a small group of "neo-conservatives" in the Administration have effectively gutted--they would say reformed--traditional American foreign and security policy.

Saturday, February 28, 2004

Friday, February 27, 2004

Immigration vs. “Anglo-Protestant” America – Which Side Are The Neocons On? by Sam Francis

It was probably inevitable that sooner or later the truth about mass immigration and its impact on American culture would seep down to Harvard University.

The Reins of Power by Texe Marrs

While most neocons have lived in America their entire life, their sin-scarred soul has long ago taken up permanent residence in socialist/Marxist Israel.

The Neo-Authoritarians by Justin Raimondo

David Horowitz whines about a lack of 'academic freedom' – and calls for government regulation of campuses to ensure 'diversity'.

Pygmalion, Neocon-Style by Karen Kwiatkowski

Mystified and mystifying, our Secretary of Defense, the American Henry Higgins, exclaims "Why Can’t Iraq be more like Kazakhstan?"

Thursday, February 26, 2004

Champions of Nonsense

Thomas J. Dilorenzo analyzes the claim that Lincoln was a champion of Lockean natural rights philosophy.

Interview with Karen Kwiatkowski

The retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. discusses policy decisions leading to the Iraq war. Outstanding!

Mired in neocon paranoia by John Molseed

The neoconservatives' struggle to keep their grip on power in the Bush administration has all the earmarks of the first stages of political death throes.

Perle Resigns Controversial Figure Quits Advisory Panel Post

Richard Perle, a lightning rod for critics of the Bush administration's national security policies, informed Rumsfeld more than two weeks ago he was quitting the Defense Policy Board.

Foreign Powers and friendly natives by Jack Lakavich

"Foreign Powers and friendly natives should do a joint venture, for once". This is alien thinking for the US Neocons!

Wednesday, February 25, 2004

Is Bush Doomed by the Neocons? by Paul Craig Roberts

Fear must be coursing through President Bush's veins as he realizes the Iraqi trap into which the neocons have placed him. Bush is caught between an Iraqi civil war and a wider insurgency.

Tuesday, February 24, 2004

The Strange Case of the Neocons by Dr. Jack McMillan

They admire invasion, military conquest, "pre-emptive strikes" and will lie about the causes of war to justify their establishment of an American empire.

Monday, February 23, 2004

The Neocon War on Peace and Freedom by James Bovard

The tone of The End of Evil brings to mind historian Thomas Macaulay’s quip on British poet laureate Robert Southey: “What theologians call the spiritual sins are his cardinal virtues — hatred, pride, and the insatiable thirst for vengeance.”

Sunday, February 22, 2004

Richard Perle, Executioner by Kurt Nimmo

Perle may attempt to slough off his numerous lies on the CIA. But eventually it will turn around and bite him and his boss squarely in the ass.

Richard Perle, Walking Disaster by Christopher Deliso

Has Perle Gone Too Far in Antagonizing the CIA?

Neocons Undermined By Zarqawi Letter by Jim Lobe

A letter purportedly written to senior al-Qaeda leaders by a key associate, Abu Mus'ab al-Zarqawi, appears to undermine a major thesis of hard-core neo-conservatives who led the U.S. drive to war in Iraq.

Saturday, February 21, 2004


Richard Perle may go to jail.

That's the implication of an explosive article in the {Times} business section, entitled "Hollinger inquiry into investment plan."

NeoCons are a terminal disease by SARTRE

In a seminal essay, Pat Buchanan - No End to War - the real enemy of America is exposed. Once and for all the plague of the Neoconservative is laid bare for all to see. Specifically, the book - An End to Evil: How to Win the War on Terror - by David Frum and Richard Perle is examined.

Saudi-US Ties: Victim of Neocon Intrigues? by Hani Emam

Let us look at current US policy objectives in the Middle East:
1. Ensure that all countries in the region align their political, economic and military policies with those of the US;
2. Ensure the free flow of oil to the world;
3. Ensure that oil prices are at levels acceptable to the US;
4. Ensure military superiority for Israel (less than 6 million people) over that of the combined 22 Arab countries (A combined population of 300 million).
5. That no other power in the world is allowed a strategic foothold in the region.

The Neocon Philosophy of Intelligence by Tom Barry

The deepening quagmire in Iraq and the failure of the Bush administration to produce evidence to back its arguments for invading Iraq have stymied the American neo-conservatives' agenda for preventive war and regime change around the world.

Friday, February 20, 2004

The Neocon War on Peace and Freedom, Part 2

In their book The End of Evil: How to Win the War on Terror, David Frum and Richard Perle’s attitude towards civilian casualties shines through in their brief discussion of the UN sanctions imposed on Iraq from 1990 to 2003.

The Neocon War on Peace and Freedom, Part 1 by James Bovard

The main problem with Bush’s war on terrorism is that he has not attacked enough foreign regimes and not sufficiently trampled the privacy of the American people.

Purging the Neo-Cons by WAYNE MADSEN

So Kerry has a choice. Act more like a populist or continue to waffle and evade on the Skull and Bones, his past business ties (especially through the "Boston Brahmin" Forbes side of his family), and what he knows about the Bush family's corrupt practices.

Chutzpah! by Justin Raimondo

Wonderfully descriptive Yiddish word, Richard Perle's recent suggestion that "heads should roll" in the U.S. intelligence community.

Thursday, February 19, 2004

Neo-Conservatism Explained by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

Commentators across the spectrum have finally clued in to neo-conservatism as the intellectual framework of the Bush administration. We are suddenly faced with long think pieces on the role of political philosopher Leo Strauss in influencing the architects of the Iraq war and Bush's governance in general. We are also learning about the ideological path taken by former college Trotskyites into the Republican Party of the 1970s.

NEOCONS IN DENIAL by Justin Raimondo

It's a 'conspiracy theory' to blame neocons for the war – even though they spent the last decade agitating for it.

Neoconservative Conspiracies

This essay comes from a leftist site calling itself "Progressive Humanism" , so it contains the expected liberal platitudes and qualifications. Nevertheless, the analysis of the neocon agenda in the Middle East is right on the mark. - AY

Neocons Investigate Themselves by Jim Lobe

President George W. Bush's choice to co-chair his commission to investigate intelligence failures prior to the Iraq war is a long-time, rightwing political activist closely tied to the neoconservative network that led the pro-war propaganda campaign.

New inquiry examines Hollinger bonus plan

RICHARD PERLE, the former US Assistant Defence Secretary and Hollinger International board member, is under investigation for allegedly failing to disclose bonuses worth about $3 million (£1.6 million) which he received for running an investment scheme, The Times has learnt.