Since the beginning of the formation of the monetary civilization, "the powerful of this world" have not stopped at anything to achieve their goals. It can not be said that the goal does not justify the means, the problem is on a scale.
What they advocate isn't a foreign policy; it's an ideological fixation.
It’s fact: Neoconservatives are pleased with President Trump’s foreign policy.
A couple of months back, Bloomberg’s Eli Lake let it know he was in neoconservative nirvana:
The Indian tribesman’s claim to his ancient stomping grounds can’t be reduced to a title search at the deeds office. That’s the stuff of the positive law. And this was the point I took away from a conversation, circa 2000, with Mr.
The old Trotskyist chant, regularly rolled out on posters at demonstrations some of us can remember, was “neither Washington nor Moscow”.
Historically-speaking, other than their utterly barbaric treatment of their indigenous population, Australia is not a typical nation that comes to mind when it comes to profound hypocrisy as for example Trump’s erratic behavior is now clearly beco
If forty years of observing and drawing conclusions about the United States of America have taught anything, it is that the nation remains fundamentally delusional.
Wall Street Journal’s editor neocon hawk and warmonger Bret Stephens just wrote an article that was intended to be like a “sum” of all evils of Putin and Christian Russia.