Abby Martin Takes Down the Cold War-Obsessed Neocons Behind the Curtain

Abby Martin calls out the Foreign Policy Initiative or FPI, a DC neocon think tank that rose out of the ashes of PNAC. Abby discusses the real motivation behind their recent attacks against the credibility of Breaking the Set; advocating for a revival of the Cold War.

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  • Craig Bickford

    She means the ones obsessed with a worn out fake narrative that no one with a brain in their head believes any more. There are clear indications and in some cases proof (Dr. carroll Quigley’s or Anthony Suttons work for instance) that the cold was was a big stage show managed by Western banking interests to make the US and Europe to some extent the only world wide profitable interest for them, to solve the issue of directing societies by dictating a universal enemy, and to funnel tons of tax payer money into large profit endeavors like wars. Oh and lets not forget the mind control aspect of having everyone everywhere scared at all times of invasions or nuclear war, as a social control lever. I think these neocons know people don’t believe in their terror fairy tales any more, so it’s time to move the narrative again, back to any oldy but goody.

  • Dmonix

    Once again, “dear Abby”, blabs on about this and that and the other thing, while never answering the question she herself asked, “How did they know about her colleagues upcoming resignation on air”… Obviously, her former colleague told them… That would have made the answer much clearer and shorter than ranting on about “neocons” …

  • Kommie

    war on drugs isn’t a best seller anymore and war on terror is getting kinda old. A fresh new cold war however could be a nice little earner for some folks….

    • Eric_D_Read

      You could see the gleam in the eyes of some of the old time cold warriors over the last few weeks.

      After two decades of playing jihadi whack-a-mole, the prospect of having a credible Red Team for their simulations and war games made them almost giddy.

  • sgtdoom

    Although I partially agree with the Honorable Ms. Martin (there are some individuals who really do deserve that accolade) that FPI originated from PNAC, to clarify, there were several outfits which derived from that sleazoid bunch.

    The other being Foundation in Defense of Democracies (Eric Cantor, R. James Woolsey, and the usual suspects).

    Important to understand that Kagan (whom Ms. Martin mentions) is the husband of Hillary Clinton-appointed neocon, Victoria Nuland, and that President Obama has, on several occasions, publicly stated that he highly respects the writing of Kagan!

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