In 1997 William Kristol (son of undercover socialist Irving Kristol) and Robert Kagan (Council of Foreign Relations member) formed the think tank called Project for the New American Century or PNAC. All the usual Neo Con suspects signed it’s founding Statement of Priciples. George Bush Sr, Darth Cheney, Paul Wolfowitz etc. The Statement of Principles encourages the US to maintain it’s global position of dominance in research and “advanced forms of biological warfare that can “target” specific genotypes may transform biological warfare from the realm of terror to a politically useful tool.”
In 1998 Kristol and Kagan called for regime change in Iraq. In September of 2000 the think tank issued a 90 page report entitled Rebuilding America’s Defenses: Strategies, Forces, and Resources For a New Century. The document cited the Statement of Principles and declared the United States should become the worlds eminent military power (World Police) and, under Clinton, there was insufficient defense spending. According to the document “Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.” Interesting words 12 months before the attack on the Twin Towers.
Rebuilding America’s Defenses also talks about control of cyberspace and outer space in an effort to thwart the threat of nuclear and space based weapons. It declares the necessity of “the creation of a new military service with the mission of “space control.”
This leads us to the question, is Donald Trump a Globalist in sheep’s clothing? Despite all the rhetoric he tows the agenda. The creation of the Space Force with it’s awesome Star Trek-ish logo brings us pause. The creation of his Border Wall, designed to deflect attention away from the “giant sucking sound” job loss to Mexico at the hands of NAFTA is another indicator of the influences on The Donald. Trump has also made many appointments of wonder boys from the Reagan, Bush Sr and Bush Jr administrations.
Trump ran on the displeasure of regular American conservatives with the socialist Neo Cons and their antics over the last few decades. He posed himself as an alternative to their dominance of the Republican Party. He has not altered from their proscribed agenda too much however. His handling of the recent attempts to create World War III are admirable. Is he really free to create a shift in Republican politics or will the right wing voter block go back to the Neo Con way? His lack of political savvy is embarrassing. Maybe that’s the point; act like an ass to drive the voters back to the Neo Cons. Maybe he has to.
Hopefully the right will realize there are more than two choices (Neo Con and Alt Right) for their party leadership. The right, just like left, has many factions. There is also Libertarianism. Ross Perot, the only guy correct about NAFTA had his own organization called the Reform Party. He created it after his 1992 run for president. His run for the seat in 1996 was less successful however. “Perot’s exclusion from the presidential debates, based on the preferences of the Democratic and Republican party candidates. Jamie B. Raskin of Open Debates filed a lawsuit over Perot’s exclusion years late” (from wikipedia entry), Ross Perot received threats against his family and person over the Reform Party. There are powers in the universe that seem greatly opposed to a viable third party in the United States. They also seem opposed to Republican Party leadership being anything other than the Neo Con faction.