Dear President Trump: Just Say No to the Neocons – Apparently, the “Noble Lie” Cannot be Extricated
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Jewish Neocons and the Deep State
March 24, 2017 by Richard Edmondson
[Ed. note – AIPAC’s annual policy conference begins this Sunday in Washington. With that in mind I thought I would post the following commentary recently published by Philip Giraldi. In the article, Giraldi, a former CIA officer, makes two essential points: a) that “neocons are most definitely an integral part of the Deep State,” and, b) that “nearly all neocons are Jewish.” He also discusses efforts now to stigmatize even the very use of the words “neocon” and “deep state.” One writer for instance has recently claimed that the word neocon revives “a great many stupid and ugly myths about Jewish bankers orchestrating wars for profit.”
Of course, most if not all the wars we’ve gotten involved in over the past 20 years or so were waged in large part to advance the interests of Israel, and each one, without exception, was urged on by neocons. Nonetheless, a time when use of the word “neocon” will get you branded an anti-Semite may not be far off in the future.
Speakers at this year’s AIPAC summit will include two officials from the Trump administration, Vice President Mike Pence and Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the UN; two US senators–Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and Chuck Schumer of New York; and four members of the US House of Representatives: House Speaker Paul Ryan, Nancy Pelosi and Kevin McCarthy, both of California, and Steny Hoyer of Maryland. I wonder if all these people would fancy themselves “patriotic Americans”? They are of course going to be speaking before an organization whose goal is to advance the interests of a foreign nation. Can you imagine the hue and cry if Congress members were turning up to speak before a group dedicated to promoting Russian interests?
Additional speakers will include Isaac Herzog, Israeli politician and Knesset member, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who will speak live via satellite. But significantly not on the list (at least as far as I can tell) is Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii. Gabbard is the congresswoman who recently introduced the “Stop Arming Terrorists” bill. Perhaps people might give some thought to contacting Gabbard and encouraging her to introduce a bill to force AIPAC to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Such a bill almost assuredly would not pass, but it would be interesting observing how those in AIPAC’s hip pocket would stand up and argue against it. For those who might think it worthwhile to contact Gabbard, you can do so at: TulsiOffice@mail.house.gov or at (202) 225-4906. If you do contact her, please be sure and thank her for supporting the Stop Arming Terrorists Act, and ask her to please consider introducing a bill to require AIPAC to register as a foreign agent. ]
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Neocons as Figment of Imagination: Criticizing Their Thuggery is Anti-Semitism?
By Philip Giraldi
We have a president who is belligerent towards Iran, who is sending “boots on the ground” to fight ISIS, who loves Israel passionately and who is increasing already bloated defense budgets. If one were a neoconservative, what is there not to like, yet neocons in the media and ensconced comfortably in their multitude of think tanks hate Donald Trump. I suspect it comes down to three reasons. First, it is because Trump knows who was sticking the knife in his back during his campaign in 2016 and he has neither forgiven nor hired them. Nor does he pay any attention to their bleating, denying them the status that they think they deserve because of their self-promoted foreign policy brilliance.
And second, Trump persists in his desire to “do business” with Russia. The predominantly Jewish neocons always imagine the thunder of hooves of approaching Cossacks preparing to engage in pogroms whenever they hear the word Russia. And this is particularly true of Vladimir Putin’s regime, which is Holy Russia revived. When not musing over how it is always 1938 and one is in Munich, neocons are nearly as unsettled when they think it is 1905 in Odessa.
The third reason, linked to number two, is that having a plausible and dangerous enemy like Russia on tap keeps the cash flowing from defense industries to the foundations and think tanks that the neocons nest in when they are not running the Pentagon and National Security Council. Follow the money. So it is all about self-interest combined with tribal memory: money, status and a visceral hatred of Russia.
The hatred of Trump runs so deep that a leading neocon Bill Kristol actually tweeted that he would prefer a country run by bureaucrats and special interests rather than the current constitutional arrangement. The neocon vendetta was as well neatly summed up in two recent articles by Max Boot. The first is entitled “Trump knows the Feds are closing in on him” and the second is “WikiLeaks has joined the Trump Administration.” In the former piece Boot asserts that “Trump’s recent tweets aren’t just conspiratorial gibberish—they’re the erratic ravings of a guilty conscience” and in the latter, that “The anti-American WikiLeaks has become the preferred intelligence service for a conspiracy-addled White House.”
Now, who is Max Boot and why should anyone care what he writes? Russian-born, Max entered the United States with his family through a special visa exemption under the 1975 Jackson-Vanik Amendment even though they were not notably persecuted and only had to prove that they were Jewish. Jackson-Vanik was one of the first public assertions of neoconism, having reportedly been drafted in the office of Senator Henry Jackson by no less than Richard Perle and Ben Wattenberg as a form of affirmative action for Russian Jews. As refugees instead of immigrants, the new arrivals received welfare, health insurance, job placement, English language classes, and the opportunity to apply for U.S. citizenship after only five years. Max went to college at Berkeley and received an M.A. from Yale.
Boot, a foreign policy adviser to Mitt Romney in 2012, networked his way up the neocon ladder, including writing for The Weekly Standard, Commentary, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post. He was a member of the neocon incubator Project for a New American Century and now sits on the heavily neocon Council on Foreign Relations. Boot characteristically has never served in the U.S. military but likes war a lot. In 2012 he co-authored “5 Reasons to Intervene in Syria Now.” He is a reliable Russia and Putin basher.
Max Boot’s articles are smears of Donald Trump from top to bottom. The “closing in” piece calls for establishment of a special counsel to investigate every aspect of the Trump Team/Russian relationship. Along the way, it makes its case to come to that conclusion by accepting every single worst case scenario regarding Trump as true. Yes, per Boot “Putin was intervening in the presidential election to help Trump.” And President Barack Obama could not possibly have “interfered with the lawful workings of the FBI.” As is always the case, not one shred of evidence is produced to demonstrate that anyone associated with Donald Trump somehow became a Russian useful idiot, but Boot assumes that the White House is now being run out of the Kremlin.
Max is certainly fun to read but on a more serious note, the National Review is working hard to make us forget about employing the expression “neocon” because it is apparently rarely understood by the people who use the term. Plus its implied meaning is anti-Semitic in nature, something that David Brooks in an article pretty much denying that neocons really exist suggested thirteen years ago when he postulated that it was shorthand for “Jewish conservative.”
National Review actually searched hard to find a gentile who could write the piece, one Kevin D. Williamson, who is described as a “roving correspondent” for the magazine. His article is entitled “Word Games: The Right Discovers the Deep State.” Williamson begins by observing that using “neocon” disparagingly in the post-9/11 context acts either “as a kind of catalyst enabling a political reaction that revived a great many stupid and ugly myths about Jewish bankers orchestrating wars for profit…” or serves as a standby expression for a “Jew with politics I don’t like.”
Interestingly, I have never heard the “Jewish bankers” theory or disparagement of Jewish “politics” from the many responsible critics who have been dismayed by the aberrant U.S. foreign policy that has evolved since 2001. I don’t know how much money Goldman Sachs has made since the World Trade Center went down and that is not really the issue, nor is the fact that Jews overwhelmingly vote Democratic, which is a party that I don’t particularly like. Williamson dodges the increasingly held view that America slid into the abyss when Washington declared war on the entire world and invaded Iraq based on a tissue of lies, [AD note: Leo Strauss’s “big lie”.] in large part to benefit Israel, which is what matters and why the enabling role of the neocons is important.
And one might reasonably argue that U.S. policy since that time has nearly always deferred to Israeli interests, most recently declaring its prime mission at the U.N. to be protecting Israel, then acting on that premise by forcing the resignation of a senior official who had prepared a report critical of Israel’s “apartheid” regime. I recognize that relatively few American Jews are neocons and that many American Jews are in the forefront in resistance to Israel’s inhumane policies, but the reality is that nearly all neocons are Jewish. And they are in your face every time you turn on the television or pick up a newspaper. Abrasive and abusive Professor Alan Dershowitz recently proclaimed that Jews should never apologize for Jewish power, saying that it is deserved and granted by God, but I for one think it is past time for a little pushback from the rest of us to make Washington protect American interests instead of those of Israel.
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Leo Strauss received a Rockefeller fellowship to leave Germany in 1932 for Illinois to the University of Chicago. Recommendations and support for Strauss receiving the Rockefeller fellowship were given by Adolf Hitler’s (Hitler had his own take on a “big lie” didn’t he?) own personal lawyer Carl Schmitt. Much of Schmitt’s work remains both influential and controversial presently due to his association with Nazism, for which Schmitt is known as the “crown jurist of the Third Reich”. Leo Strauss, Walter Benjamin, Hannah Arendt and Frederick Hayek (called for one world government) were all influenced by Carl Schmitt, and all of these “philosophers” (sophists of death, power and destruction) with the possible exception of Hayek were Jewish.
What Strauss did was to completely distort and misrepresent Plato from what Plato’s original meaning was until what we see today is the culmination of Strauss’s “noble lie.” Plato himself took on sophists like Leo Strauss in his day. These Neocons today are using Nazism to enforce their fascist educational systems on American universities and also on American military organizations like West Point. It was Carl Schmitt’s “emergency rule by decree” (read Neoconservative Politics and the Supreme Court: Law, Power and Democracy) he wrote used by Hitler and then later by Bush-Cheney supporters to argue for a unitary executive. The Neocon’s “noble lie” is to encourage the masses to believe in religion so the neocons can rule over them, but what is clear is that their “religion” is democracy (“fascism with a democratic face“).
There can hardly be any separation between being Jewish and being a Nazi anymore, in fact, more and more information is being discovered all the time that Hitler himself was partially Jewish, and that some of Hitler’s commanding officers were also Jewish. Here you have the Jewish philosopher, more of a sophist, Leo Strauss (studied with Bertrand Russell in Britain before slithering into Chicago on a Rockefeller fellowship) influenced by Hitler’s own lawyer, Carl Schmitt, importing “Nazism” (fascist ideology) into American universities based out of the University of Chicago. What else can this be described as other than “Zionism is Nazism for Jews?” Look at these related organizations like Lynne Cheney’s American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) financed by bankers like John Train. Train’s banking relations in New York include all the same Wall Street bankers who financed Hitler and Germany’s industrial rise to power.
This philosophy of the “noble lie” (“academic freedom”) is extremely dangerous and we can clearly see now how it has deteriorated as “whites are being held responsible for every evil and wrong” in this world and this philosophical pathology is originating from American universities often by “professors” caught up in the “noble lie.”
Leo Strauss lectures on Plato’s Meno 1 – 
Robert Zimmer is the current president of the University of Chicago. Zimmer received from Lynne Cheney’s The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) its most “prestigious award” in honor of the University of Chicago’s national leadership and advocacy for “free expression and academic freedom” on May 17, 2017. But what about student debt that has increased by 457% since 2003, Zimmer? This doesn’t indicate the communists and leftist took over the universities does it, Zimmer? It is at a $1.3 trillion crisis at the moment, so is this what you would call “academic freedom?” That certainly is a very costly way to go about achieving “free expression and academic freedom.” As Anton Chaiton outlines in the discussion in the clip above, Robert Zimmer is awarded this “prestigious award” for “academic freedom” when it was this neocon network spawned out of the University of Chicago around Leo Strauss and Lynne Cheney that attempted to “Nazify” American universities with Cheney’s ACTA organization? Giving each other “prestigious awards” and patting each other on the back is “academic freedom?”
Robert Zimmer, University of Chicago
Lynne Cheney is a follower of the Neoconservatives out of Chicago with her organization the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). David Horwitz’s cell group Student’s for Academic Freedom worked with Cheney’s ACTA to develop a core curriculum written by Lynne Cheney at the Endowment for the Humanities taken from Leo Strauss to take over American universities. Former Democratic presidential candidate Senator Joseph Lieberman is a member of ACTA’s national council.
Here is the most recent result of neocon thinking in America with retired Lt. Col. Ralph Peterson making broad sweeping completely unfounded statements about Russia and Vladimir Putin. In this news clip with Max Boot (It would be interesting to find out whether or not Max Boot mentioned Edward Landsdale’s involvement with General MacArthur and Yamashita’s gold in the Philippines in his book The Road Not Taken?) who is a Jewish Neocon born in Russia, his hatred of Russia is clearly revealed in this clip. Jewish Neocons are extremely upset at Vladimir Putin and Russia for ending the destruction in Syria for Israel (see article published above) and for Vladimir Putin kicking Jewish oligarchs out of Russia or imprisoning them.
Tucker vs critic who calls him cheerleader for Russia
Here is another latest victim of the Neoconservative “noble lie” philosophy, Nikki Halley, who currently serves as the American Ambassador to the UN. In this clip, Haley goes off on North Korea for developing its missile delivery systems with the potential for delivering nuclear weapons. Now let’s just go back a few years can we “Ambassador” Haley, to 2002 when under President Bush, the U.S. approved $95 million in aid for North Korea when Bush signed a memorandum authorizing this money for the Korean Peninsula Energy Development Organization (KEDO), which were building two nuclear reactors in Kumho, North Korea? Let’s get with the program here Haley? The US under the Neocons arm these countries like North Korea, provide financial aid to them, so that at some future point, like today when North Korea is launching missiles out over the Pacific Ocean threatening Japan, the US can possibly go to war as we are now seeing with North Korea. And despite all this rhetoric and threats of war against North Korea including economic sanctions, look at North Korea’s economic growth growing by 3.9% in 2016. In this regard, President Trump totally failed when he approved of Haley going to the UN. The North Korean diplomats at the UN are listening to Haley go off on them and they think she is totally out of her mind. She has no credibility and the North Koreans clearly see through the “noble lie.”
Nikki Haley warns North Korea at UN (full remarks)
Here is some delightful reading on Lynne Cheney and the Neocons launched out of the University of Chicago. After reading this material, go back and read how Robert Zimmer receives a “prestigious award” at the University of Chicago for the “free expression of academic freedom.” This entire network has distorted philosophy and they are practicing fascists and this is called “academic freedom?” This is “academic freedom” when there exists a secretive group inside Strauss’s Neocon network teaching lies on purpose to “govern the masses?” Is it any wonder why this Neocon network were absolutely thrilled at the prospect of going to war when three buildings were knocked down in New York when Lynne Cheney was at Boeing? Read…
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Maybe it is all coming to an end?:
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British Neocon organization established in 2005:
“The sophist ‘noble lie’ philosopher Leo Strauss.” (Enroll at the University of Chicago and receive a $100,000 Buckley-sponsored degree in fascism.)