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whistle Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-19-06 05:50 AM
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The neocon "chicken-hawks" use a name Henry Scoop Jackson (D-Wash)
...a democrat from the past to again push their fascist agenda for world domination by forming a 5th column in the United Kingdom.

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NEO-CONS MOVE TO UNITED KINGDOM
The Henry Jackson Society: Would-Be Fascist World Rule
by Scott Thompson and Michele Steinberg

On July 14, as Israeli bombers began their 5,000 sorties against Lebanon, including the devastation of Beirut, the mass murder of civilians in the town of Qana, and repeated assaults on other civilian population centers, a would-be Nuremberg Rally occurred on a small scale in an undisclosed location in Britain, where some 200 afficionados of the Henry ("Scoop") Jackson Society cheered the United Kingdom's support for the American-backed Israeli actions, and declared that this was "The British Moment." Alan Mendoza, who is the co-president of the newly minted Scoopers' group, reported that the 200 participants "cheered to the rafters" for "the prospect of a huge increase in both the scope and frequency of British ethical intervention over the coming decade." The occasion was the release of a book called The British Moment, which is the "manifesto" of the group, which names itself after the late U.S. Sen. Henry Jackson (D-Wash.).

It is not considered good form, usually, to cheer at a funeral, and it was a funeral. The HJS participants were gloating over the corpse of the sovereign nation-state. To demonstrate the point, in his article about the meeting, called "This is the British Moment," Mendoza, a 30-something Tweener in the tradition of the American "chicken-hawks"i.e., the American warmongers who have never donned a military uniformcrowed, "Taking our lead from our namesake," the Henry Jackson Society pushes a " 'forward strategy' to assist those countries that are not yet liberal and democratic to become so. This would involve the full spectrum of our 'carrot' capacities, be they diplomatic, economic, cultural or political, but also, when necessary, those 'sticks' of the military domain."

A few days later, on July 23 and July 26, the HJS filed a series of followup articles on its website, hailing the Israeli invasion and bombardment of Lebanon to supposedly "disarm Hezbollah" as an example to the United States and Britain as to what these two nuclear superstates should be doing. To the Baby Boomer/Tweener-aged imperialists, Lebanon does not deserve full sovereignty, so it needs "those 'sticks' of the military domain."

The HJS explains that the Israeli action is not "punitive"; it is simply "coercive" in order to "force the Beirut government to confront the presence of a terrorist state within a state on its soil...."

There is a need, they say, for the Israeli "stick," which is fully backed by Tony Blair, and his American partners, Bush and Cheney, because, "Unfortunately, the Lebanese state has entered a Faustian bargain with Hezbollah.... In return for Hezbollah's continued good behaviour at home, the movement has been allowed to export terror accross the border."
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http://www.larouchepub.com/other/2006/3333uk_scoop_soc....


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...of J.Temperance Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-19-06 06:23 AM
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1. Lyndon Larouche is a nutjob, why would anyone listen to him?
Larouche is just a few sandwiches short of a picnic. It's best to distance oneself as much as possible from Larouche.

While I agree that the neo-Conservatives have taken much of their philosophy from Senator Henry Jackson, I will not listen to Lyndon Larouche's borderline insane conspiracy theory babblings.
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whistle Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-19-06 06:39 AM
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2. Did you read the article? It seems that neocons will stop at nothing
...in order to further their agenda of a one world fascist government ruled by bankers and old European imperialist families. So as PNAC comes to a close, the new HJS follows on its heals, run by the same neocon war mongers.

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The PNAC did go out of business around July 1, claiming "Mission Accomplished." But its movement was in relative shambles compared to the heyday of pre-Iraq War 2003, when the Administration could lie with impunity. In late 2005, when I. Lewis Libby, the highest-ranking neo-con in the land, serving as Cheney's National Security Advisor, was indicted for perjury and obstruction of justice, it was clear that the neo-cons were no longer at their zenith.

What the Washington Post and most Americans, especially Congressmen and Senators, do not realize, is that PNAC has effectively moved to Britain, and set up shop in London as the Henry Jackson Society. What may have begun as an idea of expansion, or an insurance policy for the neo-cons if America turns against them, has now become a necessity. The accelerating global economic-financial collapse is reducing the support for the Bush-Cheney regime to dust, at the same time that the need for an imperial synarchist drivefrom their standpointhas never been greater.

The move to the United Kingdom occurred in two phases: first, the American neo-con Scoopers opened their United Kingdom flank with the March 11, 2005 founding of the Henry Jackson Society. Then, the formal "launching" occurred on Nov. 22, 2005, with a statement of principles designed to destroy the nation-state tradition of President Franklin Roosevelt, putting in its place "robust interventionism" in the name of "democracy."

The effort was to consolidate the principles behind the Iraq Warunilateral interventionand former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright's Kosovo War before that. These axioms have already, under the Blair-Bush-synarchist-directed assault, placed World War III within the realm of possibility in the near term.
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Here is a recipe for disaster of the sort that has seen U.S.-U.K. unilateralism, driven by the Synarchist bankers that financed Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, and France's Vichy government during World War II.
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leveymg Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-19-06 06:40 AM
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3. "Scoopers"? PIC>
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whistle Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Aug-19-06 06:49 AM
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4. Very funny, so what is your opinion regarding the warning posed
....in the article regarding "Project for a New Anglo-American Century" (aka PNAAC)?

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"A senior U.S. intelligence source familiar with the launching of the Henry Jackson Society described it as the fusion of the British Tory neo-conservatives with the U.S. neo-cons in both the Democratic and Republican parties, who are positioning themselves to survive in the post-Bush era. The source noted that some of the leading "patrons" (see list below) from the U.S. side were supporters of Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) challenge to George W. Bush for the Presidency in 2000, and are maneuvering to ride the McCain candidacy back into power in 2008. But at the same time, the U.S. neo-cons are hedging their bets for a Democratic victory in 2008."

More neocon wolves in liberal sheep's clothing it seems, eh? Neocons will say or do anything to get us into WW III.
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