Skip to comments.Neocons, Warmongers, and Globalists Abandon GOP for Hillary
Posted on 07/28/2016 5:21:28 AM PDT by VitacoreVision
In the top echelons of political power, there is only one major party in American politics, and that is the globalist war party. In case Americans needed more evidence that party labels are largely meaningless to the bipartisan ruling establishment, influential members of the establishment wing of the GOP neocons, warmongers, globalists, and so on are abandoning the Republican Party and in many cases jumping on board the Democrat Hillary Clinton campaign. From Bush-era war hawks who misled Americans into war to pseudo-conservative operatives of the globalist-minded Council on Foreign Relations, Republicans In Name Only (RINOs) are showing their true colors and allegiances. Blasting Donald Trump, more than a few of the globalist RINOs and neocon warmongers are now proudly on the Hillary Train.
In the massive history book Tragedy and Hope, Bill Clinton mentor and establishment insider Caroll Quigley explains succinctly how American politics works in the real world and how the insiders like it. The argument that the two parties should represent opposed ideals and policies, one, perhaps, of the Right and the other of the Left, is a foolish idea acceptable only to doctrinaire and academic thinkers, Quigley says matter-of-factly in what would certainly be news to most grassroots activists in both parties. Instead, the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy. As far as the establishment is concerned, Trump, who proudly slams the Hillary-backed Iraq and Libya wars and blasts globalism, may be a threat to that whole uniparty idea.
Ironically, establishment media outlets are touting the establishment GOP defections to Hillary among neocons and globalists in an apparent effort to hurt the the Trump campaign. Apparently, they are oblivious to the fact that the defections of widely loathed establishment warmongers from Republican ranks actually bolsters Trump's arguments of a rigged system not to mention his credibility in the eyes of supporters on both sides of the political spectrum, including among embattled working class voters and union members long considered reliable Democrats. Recent polls make that clear, with Trump's campaign surging ahead of Clinton's and attracting hordes of disaffected Democrats opposed to globalist free trade deals and endless wars.
One of the many leftist media outlets celebrating the anti-Trump RINOs is the Daily Beast, a sort of wannabe establishment outlet that is unabashedly left-wing. The Beast compiled a list of some of the biggest GOP names backing Hillary Clinton so far. According to an alleged source within the Clinton camp, highlighting Republicans whove crossed over will be a key fixture in campaign ads this fall. If the list provided is representative of those Republicans to be highlighted, though, Clinton better hope Americans have a short memory. Indeed, aside from alongside some no-name lobbyists and bureaucrats, the list is practically a who's who of the most politically toxic establishment globalists, banksters, and neocons on the planet.
Consider: At the top of the list of prominent alleged Republicans pushing Clinton is globalist bankster Henry Hank Paulson. Among other supposed accomplishments, the Goldman Sachs CEO and George W. Bush Treasury Secretary helped oversee the redistribution of trillions of dollars in public money from middle class and poor Americans to billionaire Wall Street insiders. According to lawmakers, they were threatened by Paulson and his cronies with a declaration of martial law if Congress refused to approve the banker bailout heist. Now, Paulson spends much of his time pushing the discredited man-made global-warming theory hoping to profit from the radical policy schemes.
Also featuring prominently on the list are many of the neocons responsible for squandering trillions of tax dollars and hundreds of thousands of lives if not millions on undeclared, illegal wars based on lies. Chief among them is neocon Robert Kagan, a senior fellow at the far-left globalist think tank Brookings Institution and a co-founder of the fringe Project for the New American Century that helped lead America into Iraq under Bush. Aside from his own non-stop warmongering seeking to send your children off to die in undeclared wars, Kagan is married to senior Obama official and fellow warmonger Victoria Nuland. Naturally, Kagan is on Team Hillary.
Another senior neocon globalist on the Hillary Train is Max Boot, a left-wing Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) operative who claims to have been a lifelong Republican despite his love for Big Government. [Hillary Clinton] would be vastly preferable to Trump, Boot was quoted as saying, adding that he hopes the GOP will split. What she basically espouses is a pretty mainstream view. Of course, what Clinton espouses is so far from mainstream, it's hard to believe anyone, including fringe neocons, actually believes something so ridiculous. Just a few days ago, a poll showed eight in 10 voters want more restrictions on abortion, while Clinton wants even less restrictions and more tax funding for it. Almost no Americans except Hillary Clinton, the DNC, and fringe abortion activists support any tax funding for abortions. And that is just the start.
Others on the list of disgraced Republican neocons, globalists, and establishment insiders who are pushing a Clinton presidency include Bush globalist and leading Iraq war booster Richard Armitage; Ken Adelman, assistant to Iraq warmonger Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and later a senior disarmament bureaucrat; Tony Fratto, deputy propagandist for George W. Bush; former regional EPA administrator Alan Steinberg, also from the second Bush administration; Mark Salter, a former speechwriter for embattled neocon globalist Senator John McCain of Arizona; and more. Also listed are people with politically toxic titles like Republican lobbyist, Republican strategist, and a handful of mega-donors and crony capitalists.
That is all wonderful news for the Trump campaign. Essentially, neoconservatism and globalism are now considered toxic in the GOP. And so, the neocon and globalist factions in the Republican Party have been preparing to migrate to the Democrat Party to join their ideological brethren. The preparations have been underway for some time. Indeed, the globalist mouthpiece New York Times, described as a propaganda megaphone for war and the establishment by a former reporter, reported on the trend two years ago long before Trump, running on an anti-globalism campaign, became the nominee. Even as they castigate Mr. Obama, the neocons may be preparing a more brazen feat: aligning themselves with Hillary Rodham Clinton and her nascent presidential campaign, in a bid to return to the drivers seat of American foreign policy, an opinion piece in the Times noted in July of 2014. Its easy to imagine Mrs. Clintons making room for the neocons in her administration.
More recently, Politico was reporting that the Hillary Clinton campaign was courting major Bush donors many of whom stand to lose big money if the cronyism, banker bailouts, and funding for the perpetual war machine start to dry up. According to the report, the Clinton camp told Bush's donors that she represents their values better than Donald Trump. And if Trump actually means what he says about stopping illegal wars, asking Congress for a declaration of war before waging one, withdrawing from globalist entangling alliances and pseudo-free trade regimes, putting America first, ending globalism, and so on, then the Clinton campaign is probably in an unusual move actually telling the truth in this case.
The ultra far-left, Bernie Sanders-supporting wing of the Democrat Party has wondered if and when the opposite might start happening, with non-establishment Democrats joining the Trump bandwagon. One might think that at least Bernies supporters would applaud Trumps left-wing transformation of the old conservative, pro-corporate neocon Cheney-Bush core of the Republican Party, explained two leftist analysts at the radical leftist website Counterpunch.org. But nobody had a single good word to say about Trumps assertions that he would wind down confrontation with Russia, reduce military spending on the grounds that NATO is obsolete, and oppose the TPP and TTIP as well as rewrite NAFTAs terms. Indeed, many lifelong Democrats have already joined the Trump bandwagon, as chronicled by the pro-Clinton Daily Beast itself.
Meanwhile, the neocons will have to share the Democrat Party with proud communists and socialists, as evidenced by the numerous Marxists and other extremists on the Platform Committee. However, the ideological extremism of the neoconservative movement actually makes the factions natural allies. In his 1995 book Neoconservatism, Irving Kristol, the father of neocon Bill Kristol and of the neocon movement, made it plain. I regard myself lucky to have been a young Trotskyite and I have not one single bitter memory, Kristol gushed. Other founding fathers of the neoconservative movement such as Norman Podhoretz and Max Shachtman, a former Communist Party member, shared those feelings.
National Review editor, Skull and Bones secret society initiate, and CFR member William Buckley, masterfully exposed in the 2002 book William F. Buckley, Jr.: Pied Piper for the Establishment, played a key role in helping the neocons burrow their way into the GOP. But now, with National Review's reputation and influence in tatters, the most unsavory elements of the GOP are packing up and moving to the Democratic Party. As such, the Democrat Party is becoming the proud pro-war, pro-Wall Street Party under Clinton.
Neocons themselves are well aware of it. I'm old enough to remember when the Republican nominee was pro-war, pro-TPP, and pro-Wall Street ... and proud of it! lamented neocon leader and Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol, the son of the Trotskyite founder of the neoconservative movement. The bizarre remark was a response to Trump's comment that Bernie Sanders had abandoned his supporters by endorsing pro-war pro-TPP pro-Wall Street Crooked Hillary Clinton. The globalists and neocons are not all dumb, though, as evidenced by the fact that some of them have not yet burned their bridges with Trump.
Whether Trump will actually stand by his pledges of a non-interventionist foreign policy, sensible trade policies, and an end to globalism remains to be seen. With no voting record but a documented history of funding the Clintons and other establishment politicians, more than a few real conservatives and constitutionalists have expressed concerns about Trump. If Republicans work hard, though, the exposure and exodus from the GOP of the globalist-neocon-warmonger faction, which includes almost zero actual grassroots voters, will mean that there is at least one major party in American politics not totally under the control of anti-American globalist neocons who love war and aim to sideline the U.S. Constitution.
Still, the real keys to making America great again include creating an educated electorate that understands the Constitution and the Judeo-Christian foundations of America, and electing good candidates to the House of Representatives understand as well. Patriotic Americans should not lose sight of those facts amid the frenzied 2016 presidential election.
Trump: Will He be Controlling or Controlled?
Donald Trump Engages in Twitter Exchange With Neoconservative Bill Kristol
Trump Scares the Establishment
#NeverTrump Neocons Are Split for Hillary, 3rd Party, or ....
The Pied Pipers of Neoconservatism
Trump VP Pence: Globalist Neocon or Solid Conservative?
Trump: "Americanism, Not Globalism, Will Be Our Credo
Council On Foreign Relations
Communists and Socialists Push Democrat Platform Toward Tyranny
Top U.S. Communist Boasts That Party Utilizes Democrats
Sanders Surge Shows Democrat Shift to Open Socialism
Newt Gingrich: Globalist Conservative as Trump VP?
Is Libertarian Gary Johnson a Good Alternative to Trump or Clinton?
Good riddance to bad rubbish.
Better that the Party be purged of maybe ten thousand neo cons and globalists. When they leave the Republican Party will broaden its base considerably with people who are becoming increasingly aware of the destructive effect that open borders and endless foreign entanglements are having on American culture.
They probably like Hillary’s Armani Burka in hopes for joining the 1%ter.
They misled us to the wrong a-hole. The soddies should have been eradicated.
The GOP will become a nationalist party for the middle/working class American. All the country club neocon elites will join the Democratic Party where they will finally be home again!
We are seeing the DC Uni-Party unmasked. We are now seeing the true enemy.
The rise of Donald Trump and the American Citizens is the re-establishment of a true, two-party Representative Republic! Call it the “Republican” Party, the New GOP, or whatever, but the GOPe has stepped across the aisle and shown us what they have hidden for years.
Here in New Hampshire, the DC Uni-Party is running two candidates, Maggie Hasan and Kelly Ayotte. Jim Ruben is running against Ayotte in order to give the voters of New Hampshire a say in Washington. The DC Uni-Party is all about consolidation of power and the looting of this country.
The Left has always been populated by swarms of busybodies who want to make their neighbors comform to their vision of how society should be.
The neocons are made up of a gang of similar busybodies who want to work their will on the world outside the US.
Neither group seems able to just get on with running their own lives and leaving everyone else the hell alone.
I didn’t bother to finish this....I am glad certain folks are showing their true colors.
This idiot writer may as well join Lew Rockwell....to suggest that Quigley spent time mentoring Bill Clinton is beyond laughable
Wow. So 10people leave to support Hillary. What a disaster. Apparently, this author thinks homosexualizing the military is a good thing and we don’t need a strong military in a world with safe space.
There is scant joy to the realization that what has been suspected of this class of oligarchs for so long becomes clearer and more defined. The scam worked. And if there is a recovery out of it, it will be a 15-20 year process; arguably we are more than halfway through that (assuming my number of years estimate is fair) though nobody can predict the future. The rub is that in the interim, global war may well be the downside. They got away with it. It’s just like the Clinton Foundation. You can hate their guts and call them every bad name in the book. But they got the billions and you didn’t.
And so the benefits of nominating Trump just keep piling higher and higher and...
For every so called Republican voter there are two or more democrats or unaffiliated that move away from the blatant socialism and toward Trump.
Bill Clinton said this. Watch:
Bill Clinton speaks of Carroll Quigley at 1992 Democratic National Convention
The NeoCon/Liberal-Interventionist warmongers, globalists, and banksters are our REAL enemies—along with muslims, BLM domestic terrorists, Third-World invader “immigrants”, and assorted union goons and Dim operatives like Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and Tim Kaine.
Of course, it is the globalist/bankster cabal that enables the other members of that list!!!!
Throw them out and lock’er up!!!!
Meanwhile, obama tells us that all is right in obamaland. However, the real America—and the world—are in much poorer shape!!!!
We need to purge the GOP of these traitors.
IMO “the scam” will only have “worked” if the voters choose Hillary over Donald.
I am predicting a landslide for Donald this fall. If I’m wrong, then and ONLY then will I say that I’ve been defeated by disgusting globalist-neocon-warmongering Establishment Elites who climb over the backs off the hard-working, God-loving middle-class to reach their oligarchical goals.
And if she steals enough votes to win, you’ll find me in a cave somewhere waiting out WW3. ;-)
How do we know these same idiots didn’t “abandon” the GOP in 2008 and 2012? We don’t.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.