Thursday, February 19, 2015

The Jeb Bush Warmonger Policy Team

WaPo has put together the below Venn Diagarm of the announced Jeb Bush foreign policy team and how it overlaps with the foreign policy advisers that surrounded his father, his brother and Ronald Reagan.

Note well: The super-warmongers, Paul Wolfowitz, John Negroponte, Otto Reich and Stephen Hadley are smack dab in the middle of the entire thing. Meddling around the world seems to the specialty of this group.

Wolfowitz,  as Deputy Secretary of Defense, was "a major architect of  George W. Bush's Iraq policy and ... its most hawkish advocate." During the Syrian chemical weapons "crisis" in September 2013, Hadley appeared on Bloomberg TV, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, and also wrote an op-ed piece for the WaPo in which he advocated attacking Syria with missiles. Negroponte  was ambassador to Iraq from June 2004 to April 2005. He was also ambassador to Honduras from 1981 to 1985. Evidence suggests he used as Hondura's as a base to directly fund death squad activity in Nicaragua. During the 2008 US Presidential elections, Reich served as a foreign-policy adviser to John McCain. Reich also held the post of Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs in 2002, where it appears he played a role in encouraging the failed coup attempt against Venezuelan president  Hugo Ch├ívez.



  1. And what is so surprising that rats run in packs?

    [like wolves...]

  2. The more Zionists the better. Wolfowitz, Chertoff, Zoellick, Silverberg & Negroponte are great starts. Hopefully he can add some quality sociopathic Zionists like Summers, Rubin, Kristol, Frum, Kagan, Kohn & Warsh to the team as well. Maybe even find a spot for Bernanke and Greenspan?

  3. Look at Lincoln Diaz-Balart's wiki page:

  4. Well shit, i thought Rand was the scary interventionist we had to worry about based on reading your blog every week.

    1. What made you think that Randy is scary? He looks too much like a hobbit to be scary.