Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Summary of Neocon Mistakes

I am a bit busy this week, but here is a link to some discussion of the various mistakes the neocons have made with regard to Iraq.



Blogger truthseeker said...

Reads like Michael Ledeen of JINSA (do a search for JINSA at www.google.com) is anxious to get the rest of the 'A Clean Break'/war for Israel agenda going by having the US attack Syria and Iran as well (see the 'A Clean Break' link at the following link):

Israeli Origins of Bush II's Iraq War

6/01/2005 03:06:00 AM  
Blogger truthseeker said...

Neocon wants more troops to fight more war for Israel

6/01/2005 03:22:00 AM  
Blogger Inheriting Syria said...

Memorial Day, Monday May 30, 2005

To: Syria Web Blogers and To Whom It May Concern:

Subject: Media is too Gutless and Corrupt to stop the “brainwashing”

I’m a 1968 Vietnam War Veteran. As a gift to myself because it is Memorial Day, I’m writing this letter in hopes to help stop the war from spreading to Syria and or Iran.

The war with Iraq was started so America could steal the oil from Iraq.
In order to trick the American people into thinking we went to war for an honorable reason the government used two lies.
1. Iraq was part of the evil of terror that caused the September 11, 2001 attack.
2. Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, and was planning to use them against America.

The current propaganda is that America’s military is stupid because they didn’t have enough soldiers to fight the war and had no exit plan to end the war.

Those who “are behind the scene and control America’s military” are NOT stupid. The military/government is controlled by some of the smartest minds in the world. Those “behind the scene mind,s” get together in “Think Tanks” and are “continuously” planning for power and money making opportunities.

Common Sense Example:
If the Iraq war would have been over in 6 months and America would have exited Iraq shortly there after, the power and money-making minds could no longer steal Iraq’s oil.

I make the above statements about the “Think Tanks” based on 2 non-fiction books.

1. “A Beautiful Mind” by Sylvia Nasar, See Index page 447. Read all subheading pages listed under “games:” and you will understand that American soldiers are being killed in Iraq NOT because America’s military controllers are stupid.

2. “Public Intellectuals” by current U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals Judge, Richard A. Posner. Pages 34, 35, and I’m paraphrasing. Think Tanks hire specialists and encourage specialization towards legislators, officials, lobbyists and other members of the political establishment. Page 364, verbatim. Recently a number of Reagan and Bush judicial appointees have been criticized for accepting invitations to seminars sponsored by conservative think tanks; it has even been argued that some of their votes in cases have been swayed by the conservative “brainwashing” they received there.

Carl G. Mueller, Nam 68

C-Span’s Q & A, televised May 29, 2005.
The New York Times self publicized conscience, Op-Ed columnist Bob Herbert and author Brian Lamb, gave an excellent example of the brainwashed media being to gutless to say anything more direct then; “We went to war for oil.”

Those who “are behind the scene and control America’s military” do NOT give a dam about human lives, so why should anyone believe New York Times Op-Ed columnist Bob Herbert when he says writing letters, passing out flyers, getting signatures on petitions and voting in some newer politicians could make a change for the better? American lawmakers and those behind the scene need bigger personalized eye openers then Herbert suggests before their will be any major changes towards America’s military and the behind the scene involvements in Middle Eastern oil money. I make those statements about the gutless media and those behind the scene not giving a dam about human lives based on 2 non-fiction books.

Gutless Media:

1. “Breach Of Trust: How Washington Turns Outsiders Into Insiders” by current U.S. Senator of Oklahoma, Tom A. Coburn, M.D. Page 163, verbatim. “The fact is, the press decided that the best story was not about the manipulations of congress but the gossip of the dirty details of Republican infighting. This shows the failure of the modern-day media to serve their intended purpose.”

Do NOT give a dam about human lives:

2. “Inheriting Syria” by Flynt Leverett who is a senior fellow at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institutional Think Tank. Mr. Leverett was or still is a Middle Easter analyst for the CIA. Page 137, verbatim. “Anxiety within the regime was surely increased by Secretary Rumsfeld’s statements in March suggesting that Syria might be the next target for a U.S.-led campaign of coercive regime change.” (Sentence has strong supporting footnotes)


6/01/2005 11:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting article on the wrong war by Jim Powell

This is interesting not only for its content, which is good, but also because Powell is a Fellow at the hard right Cato Institute.

6/01/2005 12:34:00 PM  

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