I’m not a Republican, but I subscribe to the “enemy of my enemy” theory. The GOP leadership needs mega- (and MAGA-) leadership change. McConnell, McCarthy, and Ronna Romney McDaniel need to go (and I wish they would take Lindsey Graham with them.) Trump has some better people advising him now, but if he runs and wins he’ll need a lot more help.
The neocons don’t actually want to destroy the country, but their methods are playing into the hands of the globalists and Marxists who do, because their foreign affairs are harmful and costly. They subscribe generally to Zbigniew Brzezinski’s “Grand Chessboard” theory, which followed the collapse of the Soviet Union in the early ’90s. It suggested projecting US power around the world to sustain its unchallenged “Superpower” status. The Project for a New American Century (PNAC) followed Brzezinski and doubled down on his prescription, adding a subtly sneerful ostensible justification for unlimited military adventures: ‘promoting democracy.’ They can be counted upon to support US engagement in aggressive military action at any time, and for those who achieve some prominence, their names can be found in the Black Books of every military contractor.
Besides PNAC, examples include the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), The Lincoln Project, the four GOP leaders I mentioned above, + The Cheney Clan and the ghost of John McCain. Think: pro-war, pro-Israel (everyone is pro-Israel in most contexts, but these are INSANELY pro-Israel, no-matter-what), globalist anti-patriots.
The sovereignty and strength of the United States has been the primary obstacle on the Marxist/internationalist road to global governance. To clear the path, the institutions, the traditions, the culture and the rule of law of the US must be torn apart. Too many people have forgotten, or never knew, what we learned about the poison fruit in Marx’s “From each according to his ability, to each according to his needs” in the last century. That’s what the naifs are thinking when they say “equity,” and it’s dangerous now as it ever was.
Many destructive acts are assumed to be either partisan political manipulation, or stupid mistakes, but destruction is a premeditated objective, not collateral damage.
Google “Long march through the institutions.”
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