Saturday, August 15, 2015
Jeb Bush Getting Foreign Policy Advice From Key Architect Of W's Disastrous Middle East Policies
Unless you are the state of Israel or make money sending U.S. soldiers off to die in manufactured wars in the Middle East and elsewhere, you won't be happy to hear that Paul Wolfowitz has emerged as a key foreign policy adviser to Jeb Bush's presidential campaign. Wolfowitz, who served as Deputy Secretary of the Defense under Donald Rumsfeld in the George W. Bush administration before his scandal-ridden service as the World Bank President, was viewed as a key architect of the younger President Bush's foreign policy, along with Vice-President Dick Cheney and Rumsfeld, particularly the decision to launch a war in Iraq under false pretenses. It's no wonder Jeb Bush has been stumbling very badly every time he opens up his mouth and tries to talk about Iraq or anything else regarding America's foreign policies concerning the Middle East.
Cheney, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz were all key players in the Project for the New American Century, a neo-conservative think tank with close ties to Israel, which 9/11 researchers believe had a key role in masterminding the false flag 9/11 terrorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center and then blaming the attacks on Osama bin Laden as part of their plan to promote American global leadership through endless wars. The PNAC was advocating policies aimed at forcing regime change in Iraq long before September 11, 2001. A white paper prepared by the organization prior to 9/11 predicted it would take a Pearl Harbor-like event to speed up their new world government plans. The organization penned a letter to President Bush shortly after the 9/11 attacks advocating a military invasion of the country to depose him despite no evidence Saddam Hussein had anything to do with the terrorist attacks on American soil. Wolfowitz held a key position in the elder Bush's Department of Defense during the first Gulf War against Iraq. The so-called Wolfowitz Doctrine that emerged at that time was one of advocating preemptive and unilateral military actions to maintain American military superiority worldwide.
At one point, Bush was supposedly planning to name Wolfowitz to head up the CIA shortly after his election in 2000 before Wolfowitz' estranged wife, Clare Wolfowitz, penned a personal letter to Bush warning him that her husband was a national security risk because of an extra-marital relationship he was engaged with a Saudi national, Shaha Ali Riza, who worked as a senior communications officer for the World Bank. Clare Wolfowitz' letter did not become publicly known until after President Bush appointed Wolfowitz as World Bank President in 2005 where he quickly became embroiled in a controversial move to have Riza's pay raised despite assurances he would not meddle in her employment matters because of his romantic relationship with her. Two years into his service at the World Bank, its executive directors had enough of Wolfowitz' indiscretions and forced him to resign.
Thanks to neo-cons like Wolfowitz advocating regime change in Libya, Syria and Egypt by arming, funding and training radical Islamists, we now have ISIS in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people guys like Wolfowitz view as just collateral damage in their pursuit of a world government run by the international bankers and the military/industrial complex. A President Jeb Bush would assure that guys like Wolfowitz will have a seat at the head of the table just like they did with the two prior Bush presidencies.