Neocons Heart Obama

Neocons Heart Obama

Kurt Nimmo
November 29, 2008

“I have to admit that I am gobsmacked by these appointments, most of which could just as easily have come from a President McCain,” Boot fawns.

Max Boot loves Obama and his CFR handpicked crew because they will pick up where the neocons and Republicans left off.

Max Boot makes well the argument that there is no difference between McCain and Obama, never mind millions of changelings who believe Obama stands for love, peace, and a new road not traveled by the Bushcons. Some of them actually believe Obama will bring the troops home, the poor deluded souls.

So, who is this Max Boot guy and why are his pronouncements on Obama and his nominations significant? Not only is Boot connected to the Project for the New American Century and its warmongering sister group, the American Enterprise Institute, he is also a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. Max Boot is the poster child for the neocon slash neolib crossover, thus demonstrating there is little difference between these two camps, same as there is little difference between McCain and Obama, never mind the convoluted efforts of the corporate media to convince us otherwise during the election.

Not only does Boot want to mass murder Iranians, he also wants to kill a whole lot of Saudis. After bunker-busting the place back to the Stone Age, the U.S. should grab “the Saudi’s oil fields and administer them as a trust for the people of the region,” declares Mr. Boot. Sort of like they are currently administering Iraq’s oil fields, never mind the million plus Iraqis who have died in the process.

It should be noteworthy that a guy of Boot’s psychotic caliber is all ga-ga over Barky. It means Obama, according to Boot, will continue the neocon agenda, which is of course the CFR and neolib agenda with a few minor differences. Can’t tell ‘em apart without a scorecard, a fact Boot admits.

Obama’s tentative appointments put “an end to the 16-month timetable for withdrawal from Iraq, the unconditional summits with dictators, and other foolishness that once emanated from the Obama campaign. His appointments suggest that, if anything, his administration will have a Reapolitiker, rather than a liberal, bent, although Clinton and Steinberg at State should be powerful voices for ‘neo-liberalism’ which is not so different in many respects from ‘neo-conservativism’. Both, for instance, support humanitarian interventions in places like Darfur and Bosnia.” (Emphasis mine.)

Naturally, most Obama changelings will support hands down these “humanitarian interventions,” which are nothing more than criminal efforts to destroy Muslims and other “vassals” (as the neolib Brzezinski infamously called them) and render their cultures and societies impotent and unable to resist IMF and World Bank loan sharking operations and other bankster crimes against humanity.

Boot calls Susan Rice the “only outright leftist in the bunch,” which is hilarious. Rice is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and is like Boot a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. She worked at the National Security Council under Clinton. The Brookings Institution is a Rockefeller outfit and receives money from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Boeing, AT&T, Exxon Mobil, the Bank of America Foundation, General Dynamics, and other such leftists.

Max Boot loves Obama and his CFR handpicked crew because they will pick up where the neocons and Republicans left off. It will be a near seamless transition and an uninterrupted continuation of mass murder. Iran may be the next target, but more than likely the next target will be Pakistan, as the latest false flag operation in India has prepared the groundwork for Obama’s promised invasion or at minimum a saturation bombing campaign of Pakistan’s tribal region where the ghost of the former CIA asset Osama bin Laden lives.

“Only churlish partisans of both the left and the right can be unhappy with the emerging tenor of our nation’s new leadership,” Boot writes for Commentary Magazine, the rag once edited by the neocon godfather Norman Podhoretz.

Partisans of the false left-right paradigm have nothing to do with it. Max Boot is simply attempting to deflect criticism of the incoming Obama clan. He really does not need to do this because in the months ahead all criticism of Obama will be strenuously denounced as racism, same as the neocons denounced any criticism of their murderous policies as antisemitism and antiamericanism (apparently the two are intimately connected). Obama may even have his own Civilian National Security Corps to deal with the churls.

Either way, Max Boot and the neocons couldn’t be happier with Obama than a pig wallowing in a certain malodorous substance… or maybe that should be the dead bodies of millions of Iraqis and Afghans.