posted on Aug, 11 2010 @ 10:59 AM
reply to post by moosevernel
Doesn't much matter who the president is or who's in "charge" because there are warring factions in the subgovernment that permeate across all
The ones beating the war drums on Iran for many years now (let's just go back to the mid-90s for simplicity's sake) are what some call
PNAC/neocons/Zionists. They're the ones betting the farm on the Middle East being the only thing that will save the US hegemony.
The faction with a slight edge now because one of their figureheads is in power is the CFR. They don't want us in the Middle East. Their focus is
more on Asia.
Gets even more confusing when you realized there's overlap in the factions as far as some goals and some people go too. But you can pretty well tell
who's aligned with who when it comes to the higher levels of power.
Just watch what they say and do, and also watch which media aligns with which faction. The WSJ, for example aligns with neocons. You start to see the
patterns if you look at the stories from the perspective of who reports what how and from whom with what slant.
Neocons: Bush-43, Cheney, Lieberman, Bolton, Kristol and the like.
CFR: Bryzenski, the Clintons, Bush-41.
When you think of it this way, left/right, dem/rep...none of that matters. It's these factions that influence and try to run things. And sometimes
it's a matter of choosing the lesser of two evils to get what you want in the short term. That's how they play the game and that's how we have to
too. Every battle on its own merits and for its own goals.
And by they way, my theory is that someone on the CFR side may well have helped WikiLeaks.