“… Tucker Carlson Pushes for End of the Neo-cons” Reuters and Haaretz

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"Carlson concluded by warning about the many other Boltons in the federal bureaucracy, saying that “war may be a disaster for America, but for John Bolton and his fellow neocons, it’s always good business.”

He went on to slam Trump’s special representative for Iran and contender to replace Bolton, Brian Hook, as an “unapologetic neocon” who “has undisguised contempt for President Trump, and he particularly dislikes the president’s nationalist foreign policy.” Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif echoed Carlson hours later in a tweet, arguing that "Thirst for war – maximum pressure – should go with the warmonger-in-chief."  Reuters and Haaretz

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Yes, people tend to forget that Bolton and all the other neocons are worshipers at the altar of a secular religion imported to the US by members of the Frankfurt School of Trotskyite German professors in the 1930s.  These people had attempted get the Nazis to consider them allies in a quest for an ordered world.  Alas for them they found that the Nazi scum would not accept them and in fact began preparations to hunt them down.

Thus the migration to America and in particular to the University of Chicago where they developed their credo of world revolution under that guidance of a few philosopher kings like Leo Strauss, the Wohlstetters  and  other academic "geniuses"  They also began an enthusiastic campaign of recruitment of enthusiastic graduate students who carefully disguised themselves as whatever was most useful politically.

They are not conservative at all, not one bit.  Carlson was absolutely right about that. 

They despise nationalism.  They despise the idea of countries.  In that regard they are like all groups who aspire to globalist dominion for their particular ideas.

They should all be driven from government.  pl

 

https://www.haaretz.com/us-news/.premium-trump-bolton-neo-cons-iran-fox-news-tucker-carlson-1.7833399?=&ts=_1568393219979b

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10 Responses to “… Tucker Carlson Pushes for End of the Neo-cons” Reuters and Haaretz

  1. Avatar anon says:

    Oh rocky… the horror the horror
    It’s just a jump to the left
    And then a step to the right
    With your hands on your hips
    You bring your knees in tight
    But it’s the pelvic thrust
    That really drives you insane
    Let’s do the neocon dance again

  2. Avatar Seamus Padraig says:

    …the Frankfurt School of Trotskyite German professors in the 1930s. These people had attempted get the Nazis to consider them allies in a quest for an ordered world.

    The Frankfurt Schoolers wanted to ally with the Nazis? Really? That would be quite remarkable since, to a man, they were all Jewish!

  3. Avatar turcopolier says:

    Seamus Padraig
    Yes, quite remarkable. Harper tell me he will expand on that connention.

  4. Avatar Babak Makkinejad says:

    I think they considered themselves to be good Germans. I also think that they were emotionally vested in an species of pesudo-rationalitic form of the Enlightenment Tradition which, ironically, had blinded them to the non-rationalism of German NAZISM.

  5. Avatar WorldConsumer says:

    At this point, not wanting to fight wars is an act of anti-semitism.

  6. Avatar catherine says:

    ”The Frankfurt Schoolers wanted to ally with the Nazis? Really? That would be quite remarkable since, to a man, they were all Jewish!”
    They thought they were smarter then the Nazis I guess.
    They should have known the Germans better, they were nothing if not traditional and the Nazis were already offended by all the Jewish Frankfurt inspired art and modernizing society. Which was considered gross and dirty by the way it depicted beauty and the human form.
    I can only attribute their failure to thinking their pilpul is more convincing than it is.

  7. “They despise nationalism. They despise the idea of countries. In that regard they are like all groups who aspire to globalist dominion for their particular ideas.”
    The European equivalents don’t, I think. despise nationalism as long as it comes in a big enough wrapper. I’m still trying to get my head around this confession of faith. It’s a brief clip of Guy Verhofstadt speaking at a party conference in England. He seems to be celebrating a sort of nationalism. Imperial nationalism.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=69&v=xe0gt1QiAi0

  8. Avatar prawnik says:

    They should not be driven from government.
    Rather, we should look to the examples of men like Alfred Rosenberg and Julius Streicher, neither of whom, AFAIK, ever harmed a har on the head of single Untermensch, but both of whom hanged at Nuremberg.

  9. Avatar jayinbmore says:

    There may be other “godfathers of neo-conservatism” that came from the Frankfurt School but I am reasonably certain Strauss was not among them. He was anti-communist and anti-liberal from the get go. IIRC one of his major criticisms of liberalism was that it was incapable of preventing the rise of Nazism.

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