No More NeoCons!!!

No More NeoCons!!!

NO MORE NeoCons on Trump’s National Security Team!
A WashPost article, written by Josh Rogin  [September 5, 2016], describes how Robert Gates, Stephen Hadley, Condi Rice and other warmongers were standing by to enter the Trump administration.These are the same criminals that brought us the worst foreign policy in the history of the 21st Century. If that happens, there will be another major revolt within the Republican Party.

According to the article:

“Former GOP secretaries of state Condoleezza Rice,Colin Powell,George Shultz,James Baker and Henry Kissinger, former national security advisor Stephen Hadley are among the influential officials who have kept their powder dry as Trump has made the Republican national discussion….”

Unknown-9

Too many of us spent years fighting these cowards, incompetents and murderers and trying to hold them accountable for their 9/11 false flag and stand down.These are the very same people who murdered 3000 innocent American citizens so they could start a war in Iraq which killed thousands of people and cost us over $2Trillion.
If Trump becomes POTUS, he must not allow these neocons to come into power again. It’s abominable that we have not arrested or punished these people for the treason they had committed.

Specifically:

  • Stephen Hadley, an incompetent national security advisor who brought us the mess in the Middle East
  • Condi, female version of Obama,she has compromised herself and this country with her lies, ineptitude and ignoble actions.
  • Governor Christie running a new transition team in both national and foreign policy when he was part of 9/11 and he knows nothing about foreign policy.
  • Dr. Ben Carson and friends, not the scintillating example of intellect that I would have expected from graduates of the highly respected Johns Hopkins University.

As you know, I like what Trump stands for but I fear that we will be heading down a path similar to the one we traversed over 14 years ago. These dangerous miscreants need to go away permanently.

Unknown-11

My commitment to you and this country is that I will continue to fight for our quiet revolution, eviscerating any presence of the past gone awry.

There is much work to do here!

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15 thoughts on “No More NeoCons!!!

  1. The Truth

    Why would you suddenly believe WaPo?

    I’ve never once seen Trump imply that any of those people will be in his administration.

    Of late, you seem to be trying to get Hillary the vote instead of Trump. What gives?

    1. John Sparks

      Are you privy to all back room discussions with Trump and those around him? If not shut the funk up and don’t accuse without rock solid evidence.

  2. John Sparks

    Thumbs up Steve, thanks for all you do to expose the turncoats in our government.

  3. Patriarch

    Dr. P. Only assholes apply for government jobs.

    Perhaps you should send in your resume.
    Brit Hume, Megyn Kelly’s former paramour is coming out of retirement.

    In the interim, here is something to consider:

    “When the Lord made man, all the parts of the body argued over who would be boss.

    The brain explained that since he controlled all the parts of the body, he should be boss.
    The legs argued that since they took man wherever he wanted to go, they should be boss.
    The stomach countered with the explanation that since he digested all the food, he should be boss.
    The eyes said that without them man would be helpless, so they should be boss.

    Then the asshole applied for the job.
    The other parts of the body laughed so hard at this that the asshole became mad and closed up.

    After a few days…

    The brain went foggy,
    the legs got wobbly,
    the stomach got ill,
    and the eyes got crossed and unable to see.

    They all conceded and made the asshole boss.

    This proves that you don’t have to be a brain to be boss…

    Just an Asshole.”

    1. Ron Sanderson

      Yes but all of them need our money to take a crap . If we stop feeding it with our money the a holes shrivel up and die

      1. ChheCha

        I cannot wait for United fruit company to start building partner business with you, without any government. They will pay you in gold because on real market you worth more. Then need you.

  4. The Truth

    I’d like to also know why my posts replying to the person who said I should shut the F up aren’t being posted?

    What the heck is actually going on here?

  5. Charles

    Obama: The Ultimate Temp (CIA Fake President)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idEFvUNZhf0

  6. Ron Sanderson

    The GOP statesmen stay mum
    The Washington Post5 Sep 2016Josh Rogin is a columnist for the Global Opinions section of The Post.
    GERALD HERBERT/ASSOCIATED PRESS
    Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, left, national security adviser Stephen Hadley and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, right, confer in the Oval Office in 2007.
    With only two months left until the presidential election, the most senior national security figures in the Republican Party are largely staying on the sidelines, even though almost all are said to privately oppose Donald Trump becoming commander in chief. Many of their more junior colleagues are calling on them to get off the bench.
    Former GOP secretaries of state Condoleezza Rice, Colin Powell, George Shultz, James Baker and Henry Kissinger; former defense secretary Robert Gates; and former national security adviser Stephen Hadley are among the influential officials who have kept their powder dry as Trump has remade a Republican national security discussion they spent decades shaping into something unrecognizable.
    One would think these figures, many of whom supported other candidates during the GOP primary, would publicly object to Trump’s coziness with Russia, his threatening of NATO, his openness to nuclear proliferation, his call for a ban on Muslims entering the country, his pledge to toss away the Geneva Conventions and his general rejection of America’s current role in the world.
    After all, scores of Republican national security officials one or two levels below them have pledged never to support Trump, including by signing open letters to that effect. Few senior officials have done so. Among them, former national security adviser Brent Scowcroft and former deputy assistant secretary of state Richard Armitage have even endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton.
    “Country first over the party, that’s always been my feeling,” Armitage told me. “What is dangerous about Trump is his ineptitude, his rudeness, his inability to focus on the intricacies of foreign policy. She’s got the temperament, she knows the business, she cares about foreign policy.”
    Armitage said he publicly rejected Trump early because he wanted to encourage others to do the same. He said that some of the other senior Republicans are just waiting for the right moment to come out against Trump. “You want to hold your fire until when it can have the most effect,” he said.
    Kori Schake, a National Security Council and State Department official in the George W. Bush administration who has endorsed Clinton, said that some senior GOP officials may be so confident Clinton will win they don’t see a need to weigh in unless the race tightens.
    “Trump is such a catastrophe that many conservatives feel like he’s going to collapse under his own weight,” she said. “I would be astonished if the race becomes close in October if the entire Republican national security establishment, very senior to very junior, doesn’t line up making the very same arguments.”
    None of the fence-sitting senior GOP officials agreed to comment for this column. But Shultz and Kissinger issued a statement Friday saying they would not endorse anyone for president this election cycle. “We are dedicated to fostering a bipartisan foreign policy, and we will devote ourselves to this effort now and after the election,” they said.
    The other senior Republicans are said to have different reasons for their silence. Rice is known to spend her political capital frugally and didn’t even say much in the primary, despite her close ties to the Bush family. Powell is perhaps not in the mood to help Clinton after she dragged his name into her email scandal.
    Gates got singed when he made critical comments about Trump during the primary. Baker has criticized Trump’s foreign policy but also downplayed the damage Trump could do in the foreign policy space if elected.
    Hadley is the former senior national security official most likely to be offered a job in a Trump administration. Trump campaign sources told me he could be considered for secretary of defense. Hadley is also a partner in a consulting firm with Rice and Gates.
    At a recent meeting of the Aspen Security Group, Hadley addressed the issue while speaking to a group of GOP national security figures, most of whom already came out against Trump. According to two attendees, Hadley said there was still time to disavow the party’s nominee, but also argued that, if elected, Trump would need good counsel and competent people to help him.
    Some mid-level GOP officials resent that their superiors are keeping their options open. “I’m sure they don’t want to burn bridges,” one GOP official said. “They are not going to help Trump but they still need to preserve access.”
    Sources close to the senior officials offer an alternative explanation. The GOP has an interest in keeping some leaders out of the fray, to help repair the party if Trump loses. Those who have endorsed Clinton won’t be able to help unite Republicans for the foreign policy fights to come, they said. But by delegating criticism of Trump to former staffers, they are abdicating their leadership responsibilities when it could count the most while passing on the real risks of opposing Trump to other Republicans who still aspire to serve their party and their country.

    1. Ron Sanderson

      The Vultures are waiting in the wings to see who wins.They always want back inside the oval office . Keep them outside the WH gates

      1. Let me now take a more comprehensive view, and warn you in the most solemn manner against the baneful effects of the spirit of party generally.

        This spirit, unfortunately, is inseparable from our nature, having its root in the strongest passions of the human mind. It exists under different shapes in all governments, more or less stifled, controlled, or repressed; but, in those of the popular form, it is seen in its greatest rankness, and is truly their worst enemy.
        GW on the Spirit of Party

        However combinations or associations of the above description may now and then answer popular ends, they are likely, in the course of time and things, to become potent engines, by which cunning, ambitious, and unprincipled men will be enabled to subvert the power of the people and to usurp for themselves the reins of government, destroying afterwards the very engines which have lifted them to unjust dominion.

        Towards the preservation of your government, and the permanency of your present happy state, it is requisite, not only that you steadily discountenance irregular oppositions to its acknowledged authority, but also that you resist with care the spirit of innovation upon its principles, however specious the pretexts. One method of assault may be to effect, in the forms of the Constitution, alterations which will impair the energy of the system, and thus to undermine what cannot be directly overthrown.

        The alternate domination of one faction over another, sharpened by the spirit of revenge, natural to party dissension, which in different ages and countries has perpetrated the most horrid enormities, is itself a frightful despotism. But this leads at length to a more formal and permanent despotism. The disorders and miseries which result gradually incline the minds of men to seek security and repose in the absolute power of an individual; and sooner or later the chief of some prevailing faction, more able or more fortunate than his competitors, turns this disposition to the purposes of his own elevation, on the ruins of public liberty.

  7. Watchmen

    We should use our technology to siphon out trash in a more systematic way for these types of things in the future. Lets take a look at McAfee’s candidate engine http://www.votedifferent.us/ early prototype phase, but… we should use something like this down the road to screen/reach for the best of the best (technology brings people together)… I believe something like this is revolutionary and could solve part of the compromise that has plagued the system… wishful thinking perhaps.

    1. Watchmen

      Also I think the devolution should continue, until we have a few automated systems and a few volunteers to manage them, that also makes sense to me, but this ofc down the road The devolution should continue to accommodate our evolving tech.

  8. Furtive

    New hacking cough ad..

    I’ll huff & I’ll puff. The symptoms of Congestive Heart Failure.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CnbFQXIZbYs

  9. jim

    Dr. P,

    Great to see your contributions on Alex Jones’ show. I listened to the show where you mentioned this same topic.

    I agree with the idea that Trump loses credibility when he associates himself with the same people who are known Establishment types.

    I can’t help but get very suspicious about Trump when seeing the likes of Rudy Giuliani in the Trump circle.

    9/11 was one of the topics that woke me up to the agenda of the Establishment, and, in researching the topic, Giuliani’s name comes up again and again as a person who had inside knowledge about 9/11 and worked to cover it up, much to the dismay of firefighters of 9/11.

    I understand that there may be some rationale behind the scenes that only Trump is privy to regarding dealing with the Establishment types. Could he isolate himself totally from all the corrupt and criminal Republicans and make it to the finish line without some type of compromise, deal or the keeping of enemies close?

    Giuliani’s being rolled out to introduce Trump at a recent rally was a bit unnerving because he appeared to be quite manic in the delivery of his introduction.

    I hope Trump does not have plans for Giuliani in his possible administration. Yet the prospect of Trump being a 9/11 truther seems to be dashed and severely compromised if he retains close ties with the so-called America’s mayor. 9/11 was and is a very important topic that has NOT at all received the investigation and resolution it should have received. If America is EVER to learn the truth about 9/11, everyone involved in its execution should be exposed and brought to justice. If not, we are looking at another round of corrupt politicians.

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