"Donald Trump's foreign policy is risky and disturbing," says the man who planned the Iraq War. Paul Wolfowitz was a co-author of "Project for the New American Century."
This new bible of the aggressive Neo-Cons advocated unilateral military action by US forces across the globe, ignoring International Laws, breaking treaties already signed by their own country and shafting the UN and world opinion. Wolfowitz recommended de-stabalising the Middle East, surrounding Russia with hostile forces, hemming the Chinese into their own territories and positioning American bases in every country on earth. Much of this work is already done while other parts of it are in train.
The "Project for the new American Century," was composed in 1999 and all of what took place since including Libya, Iraq and Syria were predicted and planned. Central to that blueprint was the proviso that nothing could be achieved, "Saving a catalyzing event such as another Pearl Harbour." This was duly delivered in 2001 when four hi-jacked planes drove public opinion in America to demand revenge. Cynics cite 9/11, the justification for the New American Century, as just too damned convenient.
So you will guess that I'm quite unconvinced by the official explanation concerning what actually took place on that fateful day and I have no doubt the world has not heard the end of it.
But to hear the likes of Paul Wolfowitz today refer to Donald Trump as 'risky and disturbing,' is, for me just laughable. Indeed, if my suspicions about Wolfowitz and his side-kicks have even a grain of truth to them, then Trump is a pussycat by comparison with what went before. The dark hand of Wolfowitz is all over 9/11 and its aftermath. He is a delusional war-monger whose ambitions as a Republican, now appear to favour the Democratic Hilary, another who'd like to see America in even more wars.
The pity of this election over there is the poor choice of candidate available to the great American public but if the likes of Wolfowitz was on either ticket, I would begin work on a nuclear fallout shelter in my back garden right now.
That man Wolfowitz redefines "risky and disturbing."