Post #64

Neoconservatives always need new dragons to slay, some sovereign who does not support them, or a leader to dethrone to be replaced by their puppet. Neoconservatives view America as an empire and define the United States as the “indispensable and exceptional” country while convincing others to follow their lead. The neocons practice hegemony by dominating the policies of Washington, DC, and seek power and wealth by deception, unfair trade, gunboat diplomacy, and regime change wars, both domestically and internationally.

When a president does not cooperate, they seek a change in administration because ideology holds sway over authority. Empires typically wield their hegemony by imposing order on the vanquished; neocons, however, seek hegemony by disorder, which never ends. In the Middle East and South America, we have had chaos and confusion brought on by America’s regime-change wars. One need not look for a strategy here because geopolitics does not drive events—madness and schizophrenia cause events!

Here is how the neocons play the game. First, they fabricate a reason to accuse a country of some wrongful act. Second, they justify a regime change war, build military bases, impose sanctions, confiscate the county’s resources, and employ terrorists to support their cause. Former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard introduced the Stop Arming Terrorist Act in 2016, which would prohibit the US government from funding and supplying weapons to AlQaeda, ISIL, and other terrorist groups. According to the National Priorities Project, the United States’ cost to fund these terrorist groups is north of two trillion dollars. Gabbard claims a covert strategy at work to keep the public in the dark concerning regime change wars and coup d’état.


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