Goal: The neoconservative agenda
Established in the spring of 1997 and funded largely by
the energy and arms industries, the Project for the New American Century was founded as the neoconservative think tank whose
stated goal was to usher in a “new American century”.
Having won the cold war and no military threat to speak of, this
group of ideologues created a
blueprint for the future whose agenda was to capitalize upon our surplus
of military forces and funds and forcing American hegemony and corporate
privatization throughout the world. In their statement
of principles they outline a fourfold agenda:
an already enormous military budget at the expense of domestic social
of regimes resistant to our corporate interests
democracy at the barrel of a gun in regions that have no history of the
the UN’s role of preserving and extending international order
(This all can be read in their own words at www.newamericancentury.org)
their own document, Rebuilding
( .pdf format ) their stated goals would never be realized “absent some
catastrophic catalyzing event –like a new Pearl Harbor”. (page 63).
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| George W
Bush, whose political career has been nearly fully funded by the energy
and defense industries was appointed by the Supreme Court after the
disputed election of 2000. Immediately he appointed signatories of PNAC
documents to the top levels of the Whitehouse and Pentagon.
| It has now been proven that once Bush had all of his top
levels filled by the PNAC, that our guard against terrorist attacks was
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Clarke, whose position as terrorism czar was promoted to a cabinet
level position under Clinton, was subsequently demoted from the cabinet
and reassigned by Bush to other projects. Dick Cheney himself, has said
that Clarke was kept “out of the loop”.
O’Neil, former Secretary of Treasury, has stated that the Bush
administration did not treat Al-qaeda as an imminent threat.
Bush administration ignored and denied the existence of a presidential
briefing entitled “Bin
Laden determined to attack inside the United Sates” until it was
revealed to the public.
Testifying before the 9-11 commission,
Rice referred to this as an "historical document'. We were led to
believe that this was the only warning. It has since come out to the
public, that she was lying. Lying 52
times over. It has now been learned that Condi didn't disclose
that they had, in fact, received 52
warnings in the months leading up to September 11th.
|The Bush administration needed a “new Pearl Harbor” to
implement the PNAC agenda and they let down their guard until it occurred.
Knowing what we know today, the invasion of Iraq was based on
falsehoods and was an unnecessary and dangerous diversion from the effort
to reduce terrorist attacks on the United States. Muslim anger at the
United States is at an all time high. Iraq posed no threat to us and the
process of containment was working. Most importantly, Iraq is in chaos, on
the brink of civil war, and now a breeding ground for a hundred new Bin
come a long way, baby. A PNAC timeline
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PNAC members of our government told us that it would be “a cake walk”.
That we would be greeted as “liberators”. That we’d see parades in
the streets. Terribly
undermanned, our military is in the middle of a quagmire where only the
best case scenario was planned for.
The museums, the hospitals, the munitions depots, the nuclear
facilities were left unprotected at the onset of the invasion. The
ministry of oil was securely guarded.
Who has benefited from all of this at the expense of over a
thousand US soldiers lives and tens of thousands of Iraqi civilian lives?
The very arms and energy industries that funded the PNAC:
once headed by Vice President Dick Cheney
once headed by Secretary of Defense Donald
a defense company started by Deputy Secretary of Defense, Richard
Perle shortly before the invasion
finally, one last question:
Where did the first oil tanker to leave Iraq after the invasion go?