Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Neocons Push Israeli-Saudi Alliance

American neocons are rallying to the new Israeli-Saudi alliance by demanding that President Barack Obama engage more aggressively against the two countries’ foes in the Middle East, thus “bolstering Israeli and Saudi confidence,” as the Washington Post’s deputy editorial-page editor Jackson Diehl declared.

For years, the Washington Post has served as Official Washington’s neocon flagship, bristling in support of every hawkish demand for U.S. intervention in the Mideast, most notably assembling a flotilla of misguided consensus in support of President George W. Bush’s 2003 invasion of Iraq and then pounding any American skeptics who dared emerge over the horizon.

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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Bomb Me, Big Sheldon

Neocon mega-donor Adelson decides that nuclear fighting is definitely allowed in the donor room.

Adelson is also a major donor to Israel-related causes, what he himself identifies as his primary issue. As to where he stands on the matter, keep in mind that this is a guy for whom the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC)—the powerful conservative pro-Israel organization currently pushing a deal-breaking hard line on Iran negotiations—is too moderate. He broke with the group in 2007 over its support for U.S. aid to the Palestinian Authority, calling the creation of a Palestinian state “a steppingstone for the destruction of Israel and the Jewish people.”

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Tea Party Patriots .ORG is Operated By NeoCons - Warning! TeaPartyPatriots a Neo-Con Organization!

If you had reviewed the "Tea Party Patriots" discussion board (http://teapartypatriots.ning.com) during the 2012 election, you would have experienced that those members and moderators running and monitoring the board, consistently promoted the Neo-Con republican candidates and harassed Ron Paul and Ron Paul Supporters from beginning to end.
It is no surprise Sean Hanity promotes this forum that consistently promotes the propaganda line for the Neo Conservative directive.
And guides the Conversations accordingly.
They promoted Gingrich until his last breath;
They promoted Perry until he quit.
They promoted Romney until he lost.

Monday, October 21, 2013

Rand Is Not Going Neocon! Stop The Nonsense!

I swear, it is so obvious that people, like the liberty brethren that posted the thread about the Foreign Policy magazine article, has already long made up their mind about Rand and simply look for evidence to validate their feelings and like humans in nature, try to convert others to agree....

Rand has NOT gone neocon. If you read his careful words, he is trying to do the RIGHT thing and broaden his appeal. The ONLY way he can win, as he is a smarter politician than his father and Dad admits it, is to appeal to audiences outside the loyal base.

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It's Always Munich | The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity

Is there not the slight odor of unpatriotism -- or worse -- in a US Senator appealing to a foreign audience to thwart the efforts of his own country's diplomacy? Surely if a pro-peace Senator had written to Iran in 2002 asking that it help thwart the US drive to attack Iraq, Kirk's neocon brigade would have screamed "treason!"

Invoking the Chamberlain at Munich false analogy just never gets old, though. Neocon hysterian Caroline Glick, in an Oct. 17 article titled...you guessed it,  "Israel and the New Munich," positively explodes in revival tent fury, screeching that:

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Neocon pundit: The right is committing “suicide”

In his latest column for the New York Post, titled “Suicide of the Right,” neoconservative pundit John Podhoretz nearly begs his fellow members of the right to abandon the government shutdown, which he argues is doing grave damage to the GOP “brand” and hurting the broader conservative movement.

“Every piece of evidence we have so far on the government shutdown shows the public is blaming Republicans most of all for the standoff,” Podhoretz begins. He grants that the shutdown has made it so “Democrats look bad” but argues “Republicans look considerably worse.”

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Neocon axis of evil holds reunion with waterboarding jokes at Dick Cheney NY roast

You were not invited to…


A roast for Dick Cheney in New York two nights back, featuring waterboarding ‘n torture jokes.

Hosted by which tired neoconservative magazine?


Paid for by who?

A bunch of pro-Israel billionaires, including Bruce Kovner, Roger Hertog, Ira Rennert, Paul Singer,  Michael Steinhardt, and Nina Rosenwald (sugar mama of anti-Muslim hate).

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Neoconservatives Despair Over U.S.-Iran Diplomacy

Last week began with a blistering denunciation by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Iranian duplicity and ended with diminished prospects for Israel to take direct action to address Iran's nuclear capabilities ."The Israelis find themselves in a far worse position now than they have been for several years," concluded Elliott Abrams, a leading neo-conservative who served as George W Bush's main Middle East adviser, in Foreign Affairs.

While Israel could still attack Iran's nuclear sites on its own, "[i]ts ability to do so is already being narrowed considerably by the diplomatic thaw" between Iran and the United States, Abrams wrote. "It is one thing to bomb Iran when it appears hopelessly

recalcitrant and isolated and quite another to bomb it when much of the world - especially the United States - is optimistic about the prospects of talks."

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Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Tommy Robinson: Zionist puppet, Neocon Fraud and Wahhabist Stooge.

If you ever want a laugh, read the websites of Britain’s collection of far-right political groupings. It is worth doing so if only to remind yourself that the “threat” from right-wing extremists is often rather exaggerated. These people’s relationship with reality is neither firm enough to threaten public order nor coherent enough to win them more than a (relative) handful of deluded followers. Keep an eye on them, by all means, but let’s not make them out to be more than they are.

After all, whenever the far-right does enjoy some success that success quickly evaporates. The public, when it has a chance to see these people for what they really are, tends to disapprove of the cut of their respective jibs. And rightly so. Because, for all that one reasonably despairs from time to time, the British people are, collectively, a pretty decent lot capable of frowning upon and then rejecting extremism. Of all sorts.

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Sunday, October 06, 2013

Neocon twilight?

How can contact between the US and Iran change the geopolitics of the region? Has Washington's neoconservative project for the Middle East hit a brick wall? Can anyone replace the American leadership role? And as the US pivots away from the Middle East, what kind of world does it leave behind there? CrossTalking with Bruce Fein and Grant Smith.


Thursday, October 03, 2013

Neocon pundit: GOP acting like “blind fools”

In his latest column for the New York Post, Jonathan Podhoretz, son of  Norman Podhoretz and editor in chief of the neoconservative Commentary magazine, takes a huge swing at congressional Republicans, arguing that “segments of the right” have “blinded themselves” over the government shutdown.
“And since they fashioned themselves leaders of others,” Podhoretz writes, “in their blindness they have marched themselves and their followers off a cliff.”
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Tuesday, October 01, 2013

Neocon Danielle Pletka Paralyzed by Prospect of Peace | The Ron Paul Institute for Peace and Prosperity

Neocon Danielle Pletka wonders what Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu, who is speaking tomorrow at the UN General Assembly, will be able to do to keep the war machine moving.

Pletka fears that the U.S. and Israel will part ways on this issue:

Likely it will be over Barack Obama’s rather shameful canoodling with new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani last week that the Israeli and American leaders part ways.
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