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Neocons Endorse Hillary as the US Party of Empire Is Finally Revealed
By Daily Bell Staff - June 24, 2016

Exclusive: Prominent GOP Neoconservative to Fundraise for Hillary Clinton  A prominent neoconservative intellectual and early promoter of the Iraq War is headlining an official campaign fundraiser for Hillary Clinton next month, Foreign Policy has learned. -FP

The husband of State Dept. political agitator Victoria Nuland is raising money for Hillary.

According to Foreign Policy, Robert Kagan, co-founder of the Project for the New American Century, is going to speak at Hillary’s fundraiser in DC’s Logan Circle neighborhood, July 21.

Foreign Policy states that this marks a shift in the Clinton campaign because it seems she is now willing to associate with high level Republicans who are determined to ruin Trump’s chances of becoming president.

Mr. Kagan and Victoria Nuland sit near the heart of a certain kind of global authoritarianism that will use any tool to sustain itself and expand its presence.

Nuland was a central figure in the forceful political transition in Ukraine. As co-founder of the Project for the New American Century, Kagan helped orchestrate the US response to 9/11. Some might think he actually had a hand in 9/11, though there has never been any evidence offered that he had.

No doubt his vision helped supporte the advent of Homeland Security and other bureaucratic and intelligence entities that have fundamentally changed the way the US operates, and not for the better.

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According to an invite obtained by FP, the “event will include an off-the-record conversation on America’s continued investment in NATO, key European allies and partners, and the EU.”

“I feel comfortable with her on foreign policy,” Kagan told the New York Times in 2014. “If she pursues a policy which we think she will pursue it’s something that might have been called neocon, but clearly her supporters are not going to call it that; they are going to call it something else.”

Basically, Kagan is calling Hillary a fellow neocon, at least when it comes to foreign policy.

But Kagan’s solidarity with Hillary doesn’t extend to Obama whom he has criticized, according to the article, for not being more forceful in Syria or more confrontational with Russia.

Kagan wants more defense spending and in a New Republic Cover story entitled “Super Powers Don’t Get to Retire,” he supported an aggressive, global U.S. diplomatic and military presence.

His views are much different than Trump’s, though supposedly they belong to the same party.

What we have here is a situation where the Democratic nominee is a good deal more attuned to an important Republican than the putative GOP presidential candidate.

The problem here is really one of labels. Kagan and Hillary are actually agents of empire. They are facilitators of globalism and will use the military apparatus of the US to advance their goals.

The quarrel Kagan and others really have with The Donald is that he has stated his discomfort with Kagan’s style of empire building.

Ironically, as Hillary shares Kagan’s point of view, the two have more in common with each other than Kagan has with Trump.

This is the real schism of American politics. And because of Trump, it cannot be papered over anymore.

Trump has certainly been a polarizing influence. One could even say he has forced truthfulness onto the political scene.

The real political struggle in the US remains between empire and small-r republicanism.

The party system itself is an inchoate mess. The most powerful political party, the Party of Empire embodied by Kagan, is hidden inside both parties without a name.

Conclusion: It is the Party of Empire that has been in  charge in the US since World War II. And this nameless party sees Trump as a threat. He has so polarized the electoral process that real alliances have now had to emerge. They are much different than what one might expect.

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  • Praetor

    Excellent! Their coming out of their holes, now. The true face of the Empire is being revealed. The age of Empires are over. When will these people grow-up, and stop playing the game of ‘Risk’.

    The problem the Nutocon’s really have are ‘we the people’, we’re sick and tired of their endless wars, and their search for new ones.

    We the people are saying with Trump, lets make a deal, instead of destructive and people killing wars, ‘Lets Make A Deal’, and stop this murder!!!

  • knifemare69

    Good! I can’t wait for all those neocon scumbags to have a gathering so that a single RPG can take them all out and free humanity from their clutches! Dream a little dream!

    • OK, let’s not talk about killing please.

      • knifemare69

        It’s not killing, it’s ‘collateral damage,’ can’t you get with the current PC lingo?

      • mary

        Ahhh… I think the G in RPG mean game. Lighten up DB.

      • john

        while I agree with your comment to knifemare69 it is probably wise to keep some decorum in the comments and not too happily discuss the demise of the “neocon scumbags” But I fully understand the visceral disgust that informed and sensitive people feel when the subject of “those” people is broached. How many of you don’t feel a sickening revulsion when the face of any of their number is shown. Hillary with that cackle as she gloats at the rape murder of ghadaffi, obama as he without remorse kills globally, the global lynch mob that was called the bush administration, the vast, to paraphrase hillary, the “vast right wing neocon conspiracy” that is set on destroying life on earth, sans their own. Yes I understand knifemare69

  • Zaphod Braden

    “The WEEKLY STANDARD” even SOUNDS like a COMMIE rag.
    The Kristols, like father like son. No honor among thieves.
    “I have been a neo-Marxist, a neo-Trotskyist, a neo-socialist, a neoliberal, and finally a neoconservative.” – Irving Kristol, Neo-Conservatism: The Autobiography of an Idea
    Confessions of a Neo-Conservative https://themonicaperezshow.com
    NeoCon was INVENTED by Irving Kristol and his CABAL of TROTSKYITE COMMUNISTS. Irving Kristol himself was once a member of the “Workers’ Party”—a Trotsky-influenced political group. In his Neoconservatism: The Autobiography of an Idea, Kristol admits to being “lucky to have been a young Trotskyite and I have not a single bitter memory.”
    NeoCon is COMMUNISM wrapped in an American flag.
    NeoCons refuse to WEAR an American uniform ….
    they just wrap themselves in the flag and send YOU and YOURS to be maimed and
    killed while they WAR PROFITEER off their “defense stocks”.
    Today’s American NeoCons are yesterday’s Jewish Bolsheviks. SAME THING.

  • Tark McCoy

    Meanwhile, Hillery hatches a plan to convert campaign contributions into a legal defense fund!

  • Praetor

    If we learn one thing in this, violence solves no problems. This is what’s wrong with the neocons. They see violence as the only solution. A solution to what is the question.

    You have an instinct and its called survival, anything beyond that is murder!!!

    • knifemare69

      Neocons only believe in violence that they order OTHERS to do; there isn’t a SINGLE neocon who EVER fought in a war themselves. They’re typically flabby, out of shape, incapable of fighting their way out of a paper bag and completely dependent upon the Nanny state to protect them…

      • Sam Fox

        knife, and these Jell-O puddings also do their best to keep their sons at home. Now it’s their daughters as well.
        SamFox

    • Sam Fox

      Praetor, what neocons/warmongers & the Military Industrial Complex see is lots of $$$$$, because as some of the older guard said after WW1, “War is good for business!”.
      I stole that from the powerful mindblowing video Everything Is A Rich Man’s Trick
      The NWO & their neocon/warmonger puppets also use perpetual war so the citizens of the world, they think & hope, will get so fed up that they will accept peace at any price, even the loss of personal freedom.
      I am not sure that strategy is working so well…we shall see.
      SamFox

  • darthangel

    Anyone who didn’t know that Bush and Clinton were on the same team shouldn’t really be voting.

    • Esters

      . The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter

      • Pilgrim

        I’m glad we live in a republic.

    • 2bvictorius

      Barbara Bush actually said of Bill Clinton, “Bill is just another one of my sons.”

      • Yah Saves

        Trump has been friends with Bill and Hillary for years. He speaks lovingly of Hillary Clinton. Hell, he even speaks fondly of the commie…it’s just conservatives that he can’t stand. He’s a NY liberal. By picking him, you put Hillary in the WH. BANK ON IT!!!!

        • 2bvictorius

          Trump is a friendly guy. He treats everyone with respect, but, take no guff from those who challenge his integrity. A bait fish has a very short life span in a Shark tank.

          • Yah Saves

            “Trump is a friendly guy. ”

            Only to LIBTARDS-never to Conservatives.
            Sign after sign after sign after sign, and yet IDIOTS will still go vote for him.

  • Shannon Perley

    Gee, you mean Republicans and Democrats are really the same party at the top? Who would’ve guessed

  • Bruce C.

    This is good news for Trump supporters, and good news for all Americans (even the ones who don’t deserve it) if Trump wins the Presidency. As I’ve said before, the main way Trump can gain more voters – mainly traditional Democrat voters – will be for him to appear non-Republican. Hopefully Karl Rove and Charles Krauthammer will join the Kagen-for Hillary team and really seal the deal for Trump.

    • Steven Hotho

      Don’t forget George Will.

  • Black Swan

    ” When considered carefully, American apathy is a crime against humanity. The checks and balances of humanity on empire are gone in America. Implicitly, American’s are complicit in the further destruction of the world. When the dust settles of the oncoming rampaging history of American Empire, the guilt for the accumulated horror’s of it’s historical legacy will sit squarely on it’s peoples heads, as much as their treasonous politicians.” Brett Redmayne

    • Bruce C.

      An interesting take but I’m not sure I agree and I’ll tell you why.

      First of all, it has not been apparent all along what the US military/government has done and so it isn’t fair to blame a whole society for that.

      Secondly, it STILL isn’t “easy” to find out – “for sure” – what has happened in the past, sometimes decades later, so how can you blame past people for their negligence or ignorance?

      Thirdly, many of the places the US has “invaded” are and were “god awful” by almost any standard and so one could hypothetically argue that such a “rich, powerful nation” SHOULD intervene in ‘those hell holes of injustice and misery’, etc., etc. “It is our moral duty” would undoubtedly be said.

      It’s sort of no win situation if your standard is based upon popular opinion/ignorance.

      • Steven Hotho

        I agree that America bashing is facile and ignorant of history at best. Mistakes, of course. That comes under the heading of “human”. But, our constitution is the finest form of government there has ever been and Western civilization, of which it is a fruit, is no more or less evil and greedy than any other. On balance, our culture has provided more positive advancement of law and public administration than any other in human history. We are, sadly, losing the bases of those advancements, including our constitution, and the future will surely record this failure.

    • bouf

      See my 2008 speech “In This Country” on youtube, the ‘electbouf’ channel. Truly, if we don’t hold neocon feet to fire, someone will try to hold all of our feet to their fire.

  • madrino

    When one looks at what the founding fathers were and their relationships with other like minded people around the western and middle eastern world, America’s owners were free from monarchy and lords, NOT the average person. If, as most people are, not part of their societies, you have NO protection and that should be damn obvious by now. America has always been at war except for 14 years, not defending it’s shores, but working for the interests of it owners, INCLUDING WWI and WWII, “defense” project black and orange since 1897. The ruling class has never been of decent people of moral character. Washington, Jefferson, Hamilton, Rosenvelts, Adams, Madison… they all have a history and a special interest of the few over the many. Hamilton sold the First Bank of the US to special interests including foreign interests, Shays’s rebellion is just the beginning of what the military thinks of the enlisted man (Kissinger essentially stated that the only value in life for the enlisted man is to die for the owner’s foreign policies. Look at the one dollar bill and you will see the dreams of those who own (or think they do) most of the world.

  • madrino

    The US, along with the EU and some affiliates around the world, are of one party regardless of which side of any major party that is voted for. Parties vote for each other giving the illusion of choice. There is none, and those that are alive now live in a perceived reality that has been fabricated by lies and abominations so huge, that the security state was created, along with so many operations by CIA, FBI, DOD… that, as Allen Dulles said, Americans don’t read, nor do they have a memory. People in politics have a price, a vice or both. They’re owned. The Borg of the global surveillance state is almost here. The constitution and bill of rights are dead letters and have been for over 100 years. We are the global war of terror. We have an expanded version of gladio that scared the Europeans into submission that has come home. We’ve been roaming the world since the mid 1800s looking for and plundering countries (we did participate in the opium wars and we “opened” Japan). To take back the country, we need to enforce the law and remove every one of the traitors that are working against the country, from the state house to the White House, institutes of subversion, and the top of the DOD, FBI, CIA, DHS, ATF… do not work for the American people and are, in fact, at war against we, the people. Mark Twain wrote, “If voting made any difference, do you think that they (the owners) would allow it?”

  • TimeToWakeUpAmerica

    Shouldn’t the title of this article be the following(?):

    “[ZIONIST] Neocons Endorse Hillary as the US Party of Empire Is Finally Revealed”

    • The people leading globalism are not Zionists in our view, or not in the larger sense as defined today. They seem to subscribe to a form of spiritualism that has little or nothing to do with the Torah. And then there are the Khazars ….

      • Daily Bellshit Outhouse

        Cmon dude, quit the s–t and level with us. THE defining tenet of NEOCONSERVATISM is an “over arching concern for the interests and welfare of ISRAEL”- neocon quote, not mine. WTFU and stop the gatekeeping diversion

    • Hawtry

      No.

  • bouf

    That’s why we call them ‘Republicrats’. They’re the same team. Vote LP.

  • Pilgrim

    Wars are best averted by speaking softly while carrying a big stick, and seldom by disarming while engaging in numerous conflicts without a congressional declaration of war.

  • 2bvictorius

    I cannot understand why supposedly intelligent people get ensnarled in the net of the political party and refuse to elect someone who is ideologically and financially independent of the establishment and the party of empire. For the first time in the history of American politics voters have the privilege of voting for a candidate who has defeated the establishment of both parties and the MSM to become the nominee of the republican party even though the party leaders do not want him and are willing to do anything to strip him of his victory. I see some comments on this site stating the system is rigged (it is) and they will throw away their vote by voting for the Libertarian party. Perhaps they need to realize, the candidate for POTUS and the VP of the LP are both longtime republicans and are no different than those serving in the congress of either party. If Trump loses, I would doubt any of these people will feel any guilt or even realize they just destroyed what is likely their last chance at saving America.
    Why would anyone not vote for someone who is voluntarily dedicating his entire fortune and his very life to the cause of freedom and saving our country from the destructive forces of the political parties and , the not so secret party of empire, the power elites.
    Donald Trump may just be the bravest man in America, and there should be no doubt that he is not intimidated by those who are trying to destroy his campaign.

    • Mark Talmont

      The corporate media have cultivated an infantile emotionalism by way of the constant editing out of anything that doesn’t fit their version of the story.

      Recent cases in point are the very deliberate suppression of reporting on the violence inflicted on Trump rally attendees (and police officers) by the “protestors” in Chicago, New Mexico, and multiple locations in California.

      Now the reporting spewn onto the airwaves in the immediate hysteria ginned up after the most recent shootings in Minn and Baton Rouge is turning out to be incomplete at best. But most significantly the police shootings of unarmed whites in Fresno county CA and a Latino in Reno NV have gone completely ignored by the news networks.

      http://www.fresnobee.com/news/local/crime/article88275007.html

      The national news networks seem to construct an edit designed to cause as much dissension as possible.

  • Clinton and Trump are megalomaniacs.
    The only choice is Gary Johnson, Libertarian Party.

    • Susan Blanton

      No Jill Stein is the only choice!

      • For you.

        • Mark Talmont

          Reminds me of all the times Bill Clinton wound up saying “we have no choice” (like when they bailed out Mexico after they hustled NAFTA through).

  • War Is A Racket

    The majority of the Clinton base and block of society she is courting are the minorities that are indoctrinated with US Empire propaganda slogans. Many Americans are learning that you can’t trust the government, they’ve always lied and served themselves (Oligarchy), and most of our history is propaganda history that makes the Oligarchy out to be the good guys (Orwellian history).

  • Jim Johnson

    Party of Empire- spot on.

  • Jim Johnson

    Bad news- kids think they are socialists. Good news- they aren’t. Engage them before the Screamers own us all. I see Brit kids are 75% pro EU. They will soon be voting.

    • Saynim sucks

      “the Party of Empire” was revealed over a DECADE ago when the very same jew neocons- who control BOTH parties- took us to war in Iraq on false jew-owned media propaganda. With support from jew-controlled Dems and GOP.
      Pretending that ALL of the middle east carnage since false flag 911 WTC attack has become a full time sport for the media- ESPECIALLY the so-called alternative media, who pretends each war in that region is for differing, misc reasons unrelated to the other bombings in that region.
      They are ALL for ZIONISM and launched by ZIONIST-controlled subsidiaries, led by the top puppet, USA.
      WTFU or STFU sheeple. Its is way to late in the game to still be foisting these lies off on the audience.

      • Please stop with the “Jew” talk. It’s ridiculous. There are very specific groups and families associated with this. And they have as much in common with average “Jews” as a microbe has with a mastodon.

        • Mark Talmont

          Thanks, that’s a succinct summation of the issue.

          I frequent sites that people are trained to see as the “fringes” of both left and right (I call it “edge” media) as these sources are the often only places where the most unedited factual material resides. I have grown weary of so often feeling compelled to chip in on exactly this issue, the incessant “Jew Spew” that seems to pop up on both security or financial issues. Sometimes I think these posts are likely to be planted by operatives primarily interested in contaminating the site to reduce the degree to which the information there is seen as credible.

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