Tuesday, August 02, 2016


Fancy a giggle and shaking your head in disbelief?

Then read Robert Kagan in The Washington Post today.

Kagan co-founded The Project for a New American Century (PNAC) with William Kristol. It was PNAC who demanded multiple simultaneous wars against named nations, most of whom were enemies of Israel.

Kagan is also the husband of Victoria Nuland who handpicked Yatsenyuk as the Prime Minsiter of Ukraine after NATO had promoted Nazis to oust a democratically elected Yanukovich. Yats then packed his junta with those Nazis who then proceeded to indiscriminately bomb and shell civilians in East Ukraine who had recognised the Nazism and rebelled against it. The Nazis have killed thousands of civilians in that war.

Kagan was given plenty of space in The Washington Post after 9/11 to drive the rush to war to implement the PNAC plan for multiple simultaneous wars. And today Kagan has written about Trump in The Washington Post, citing Trump's mental health as a reason for the Republican Party to dump him.

As much as I detest Kagan (and I do), I do think Kagan has a point, and he has put his case against Trump very cleverly in the WP.

Trump does have a mental problem. It is as plain as day.

And as much as I would like to believe that Trump can save us, I do not want his finger anywhere near the nuclear button, plus he is the product of an extreme Rightist CIA/Zionist/mob network that assassinates Presidents, which may actually explain Trump's behaviour and manners.

But Kagan says this:
It is not just that he is incapable of empathy.

[source : There is something very wrong with Donald Trump, Washington Post, https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/there-is-something-very-wrong-with-donald-trump/2016/08/01/73809c72-57fe-11e6-831d-0324760ca856_story.html?hpid=hp_no-name_opinion-card-a%3Ahomepage%2Fstory, 1st August 2016]

This from a man who planned the war on Iraq knowing that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11!?

Trump does have a mental problem, and Kagan has made his point well.

But there is something wrong with Robert Kagan too.

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