posted on Mar, 21 2016 @ 02:14 PM
Trump released part of his Foreign Policy team and it shows why the establishment is against Trump. Both sides are for an interventionist Foreign
Policy. They want to spread democracy through the Middle East through regime change. This is dangerous and it gives birth and strength to groups like
On the Republican side, you have the Neocons. They want perpetual war and these are the same people who wanted to go to Iraq. They wanted to go to
Iraq before 9/11 and they used 9/11 as an excuse. Last week, Ted Cruz released his Foreign Policy team and it's full of warmongers and Neocons. If
Ted Cruz is elected, America will be in a major ground war during his 1st term. These Neocons can't wait to get control over Foreign Policy and Trump
is in their way.
The Democrats also have an interventionist Foreign Policy but they try to do regime change without a ground war. So they support the overthrow of
Leaders in the Middle East and they tried to replace them with the Muslim Brotherhood. This has created chaos and strengthened ISIS. They wanted to
take out Mubarak, Gaddafi and Assad. They didn't get Assad and thiere's a vacuum created that strengthens ISIS, creates a refugee problem and has
America in a proxy war with Russia over Assad.
Trump laid out a non-interventionist Foreign Policy to the Washington Post Editorial Board. Neocons around Ted Cruz read this and say Trump has to be
stopped at all costs.
Donald Trump revealed part of his foreign policy advisory team and outlined an unabashedly non-interventionist approach to world affairs during a
wide-ranging meeting Monday with The Washington Post's editorial board.
Trump -- who is set to give a major address on foreign policy later Monday before the American Israel Public Affairs Committee -- said in his meeting
at The Post that he advocates an aggressive U.S. posture in the world with a light footprint. In spite of unrest abroad, especially in the Middle
East, Trump insisted that the United States must look inward and steer its resources toward rebuilding domestic infrastructure.
Here's the kicker:
"I do think it’s a different world today, and I don’t think we should be nation-building anymore," Trump said. "I think it’s proven not to
work, and we have a different country than we did then. We have $19 trillion in debt. We’re sitting, probably, on a bubble. And it’s a bubble that
if it breaks, it’s going to be very nasty. I just think we have to rebuild our country."
This is sacrilegious to Neocons and to those who want to democratize the Middle East through regime change and perpetual war. I voted for Trump in
Ohio and one of the main reasons I did is because I don't want the Neocons anywhere near the White House. Ted Cruz Foreign Policy team is a whose who
of warmongers and Neocons and if anyone read their policy papers and things from the Project for a New American Century realiz how dangerous they are.
They want to go to war with Iran. They want to go to war with Syria.
They will find a way to get there by using a tragedy or creating one. Say no to Ted Cruz and say no to the dangerous Neocons!