"While carcass candidates dance around life-and-death issues, the familiar flock of war vultures circle coolly overhead. Campaign promises notwithstanding, those who whisper in the ears of America’s front-runners are overwhelmingly united in further destabilizing and exploiting the Middle East.
Nation-states seeking sovereignty, independence, and equitable relationships with their neighbors may need to look to themselves for the leadership, strategy, and means to effectively resist a militaristic global tyranny. When looking to the US, it is prudent to consider what an unidentified Irishman purportedly observed decades ago: “…You can depend on Americans to do the right thing when they have exhausted every other possibility.” South Front
As I suspected, indeed knew in some cases, the neocons have once again succeeded in infiltrating major US institutions in pursuit of their goal of control through universal presence in the ante-rooms of power. In this case the institutions are the campaign staffs of ALL the remaining candidates. (Sanders maybe not?)
I would be curious as to whether Rand Paul's staff was similarly controlled. Perhaps it was not…
My guestimate just now, subject to future judgment as events roll out, is that Clinton's campaign will implode at some point and that Trump is likely to be the 45th president of the United States.
Will he prove biddable once in office? Only time will tell. pl