That changed when we transitioned from the cold war period into the post cold war period and NeoCon was used to define a foreign policy doctrine and there are numerous gentile NeoCons who subscribe to the NeoCon doctrine.
The cornerstone of the NeoCon doctrine states that the US won the cold war, is the last remaining superpower, and thus is the world hegemon. The world is unipolar and the US is at the top of the pole. NeoCons are also known as Idealists in that humanitarianism and nation building are a major componant of the doctrine.
Whenever any one criticizes the NeoCon doctrine, whether that be Pat Buchanan, Ron Paul, Maureen Dowd, or anyone else, they are called antisemitic.
It has been my experience that every single person I've known who used the word "NeoCon" also happened to have a major problem with Jooos. None of them ever offered a rational argument over policy differences, but every one of them expressed a bitter dislike for those "NeoCons." I don't presume to judge people I've never met, but it's been 100% in my personal experience.
Gee, and here I thought “neocon” was another simple new pejorative against conservatives by trying to make it sound even more NAZI.
Not at all unusual for a single word to carry a variety of meanings.
Neocons are delusional fools allied to the Muslim Brotherhood and Al Qaeda in encircling Israel. The claim to be Zionists and supporters of American power. They are actually clueless ideologues on the same level as the leftists who support them in the Democracy Jihad.