Thursday, July 27, 2006

How could John Bolton possibly be America's Ambassador to the UN

John Bolton was a principal in a written document calling for the minimization and virtual elimination of the United Nations to have any influence in world affairs.

So how could such a man possibly be America’s Ambassador to the UN?

It is crucial during the Confirmation Hearing that Senators ask Bolton what his involvement was in creating this document, and where he stands on its philosophy today?

(The document is clearly visible on the Internet: Rebuilding America’s Defenses: Strategy, Forces and Resources for a new Century put out by New American Century.)


In September of 2000 a document was written as a report of the Project of the New American Century, an extremist Right-Wing think tank, calling for the minimizing of the United Nations and destroying any influence the United Nations may have in world affairs.

A Director of the Project urging the virtual elimination of the United Nations was John R. Bolton, now Ambassador to the UN. It is inconceivable that a man who believes strongly in the destruction of the UN and its importance is made Ambassador to the UN.

Of special interest in this bizarre concept of benevolent domination of the world by one power, the US, the document articulates the clearest rejection of collective internationalism, i.e., the United Nations and other coalitions.

In the event that having the appearance of a coalition has a political or public relations value, the coalitions formed for these purposes should be, at best, “ad hoc assemblies, often not lasting beyond the crisis being confronted…”.

In other words, when forced to find the United Nations useful, pretend to support them, but only temporarily and then return to discrediting the United Nations and minimizing its influence in the world.

In 2000, the old Dick Cheney strategy document for US world domination written in 1992 now became the blueprint for the creation of a “global Pax Americana” drawn up for Dick Cheney (now Vice President), Donald Rumsfeld (Defense Secretary), Paul Wolfowitz (Rumsfeld’s Deputy), George W. Bush’s younger brother, Jeb, Lewis Libby (Cheney’s Chief of Staff), and John Bolton (Ambassador to the United Nations). The document, entitled Rebuilding America’s Defenses: Strategies, Forces and Resources for a New Century, was written in September 2000 – before the elections.

True to its original strategy of 1992, the document calls for “a blueprint for maintaining global US preeminence, precluding the rise of a great power rival, and shaping the international security order in line with American principles and interests.” Like the original, it too advocates “discouraging advanced industrial nations from challenging our leadership or even aspiring to a larger regional or global role,” and the complete discrediting of the United Nations in order to eliminate them as having any kind of world influence.

Interestingly enough, the document refers to certain allies, especially Britain (Tony Blair), that can be used as “fronts” to provide “the most effective and efficient means of exercising American global leadership.”

The blueprint emerged again on September 15, 2002, when the Sunday Herald revealed the discovery of the secret document clearly stating that President Bush and his Cabinet, were already planning a premeditated attack on Iraq to secure “regime change” even before he took power in January 2001. The subsequent invasion of Iraq, as predicted by the Sunday Herald, from the September 15, 2002 document, verifies the authenticity of the document.

The 1992 document created not only a national, but an international, uproar, and was so outrageous that Bush Sr. knew he had no chance to be elected if he publicly stood behind it, and so he disavowed it and had it buried, but it didn’t go away. Throughout the 90’s, the hardcore of extreme conservatives – including John Bolton - continued to fight for the document to become a matter of national policy, including the undermining and sabotaging of the United Nations, revising the draft and on January 26, 1998, issuing a letter to President Clinton urging Clinton to adopt its principles immediately, which Clinton rejected.

Today, nine out of the sixteen creators of that document are in positions of enormous power in the White House, including Vice President Dick Cheney, Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, and Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, Lewis Libby (Cheney’s Chief of Staff) –and John Bolton, Ambassador to the United Nations - et al where they are successfully implementing that policy, starting with the “first step …”, the invasion of Iraq to control its oil and the Middle East, only this time they have leading this campaign for world domination the President himself, George W. Bush.

14 Comments:

At 3:27 PM, Blogger CalWayne said...

DEAR TOM, DELORES AND ALL,
YOU'VE STILL GOT THIS VIETNAM / GULF WAR VETERAN'S ATTENTION. MY HIGHLY DECORATED AND HONORABLE SERVICE HURT ME, MY WIFE AND CHILDREN BADLY. THE VA'S RESPONSES TO THESE DISABLING CLAIMS ARE UNMENTIONABLE. AND, YOU'RE BLOGS SEEM TO BE MAKING SENSE. CAL WAYNE

 
At 11:10 AM, Blogger zeebra said...

Tom,

I have never understood why so many Americans seem to hate the U.N. Of course, maybe I'm wrong, but since even before 9/11, I have had the impression that the U.N. had become something of a "paper tiger" without the power or support it needed to maintain it's authority on the world stage. How do you feel about that?
As to world oil, I would like to recommend a book that not only discusses, in a very clear, intelligent manner, where the world is (and could be) heading in regard to energy resources, and a better way to create energy; but is also, simply a great, fun, page-turner of a novel:
BACK TO THE MOON by Homer Hickam

If you enjoy a good read that'll make you think, charge you up, and give you some very good laughs along the way, read that book!

My best to you and Delores always.

Pony R. Horton

 
At 5:55 PM, Blogger Mark R Brockman Fine Art said...

Bloody Hands / Give Peace A Chance
See the painting by Mark R Brockman

http://www.absolutearts.com/brockman

 
At 6:33 PM, Blogger Marc Mentor said...

Hi Tom and Delores: My wife and I just watched "Billy Jack" and tonight we will be watching "The Trial of Billy Jack" after over 30 years of seeing them the first time. We are so thrilled to find out through our friend "Storm" that you both are still going strong with the courage to speak the truth. We would like to learn more about current efforts, the school, and how we might help. Those two movies changed our lives, opened our eyes and set us on a path that has been so healing and so enlightening. When it comes to what the Bush regime and the religious extremists are doing to this country, well, it seems worse to us than it was during the Nixon years, and we all remember how bad those were. Meanwhile all we can do is pull together and use the help of "The Great Spirit" to overcome the forces of darkness and evil. We are on your team as best we can. Thanks for not giving up and for surviving all these years. We trust you are all in good health and receiving many daily encouragements. Storm tells us you are trying to make another movie. Please let us know about it and how we can be of any help. Your friends, Marc and Lisa (who humanly look like typical euro-white people, but have the souls of native americans)

 
At 6:41 PM, Blogger Marc Mentor said...

Hi Tom: After viewing "Billy Jack" and the "Trial of Billy Jack" recently (it has been over 30 years since we first saw them)we were delighted to learn from our friend "Storm" that you are all doing well and continuing to speak out with the truth as you see it. We also heard you are working on a new movie. Congratulations, and we would like to learn how to contribute to your efforts and get in touch. I was drafted for Viet Nam in 69 but received a last minute deferment. By the time my deferment ended the war activities ended. We have buried some veteran friends and are involved in supporting Viet Nam Veterans for Peace. Hope you get this message and we would like to learn more. All our best, Marc and Lisa

 
At 4:49 AM, Blogger LongLiveNativeAmericans said...

Good on ya Tom! More people like you should speak the truth, just like Jesus did.

Bless ya

 
At 12:59 PM, Blogger BiIIY Jack said...

Longliveindians another wise comment, What f***Ing truth are you talking about, Tom Laughlin's an absolute moron. His movies are completely retarded, he is just another idiot Actor that thinks because he was in couplpe of movies he knows everything about politics and motivations. They made a movie about people like him its called "Team America" Instead of Sean Penn they could have put Tom Laughlin in there, bu then nobody would know who he was anyways because all his movies sucked and everyone smartened up after the 60's and stopped going to his sucko films.

 
At 1:00 PM, Blogger BiIIY Jack said...

Mr Pony Horton,

You look like a person who would not undertstand something.

 
At 4:26 AM, Blogger LongLiveNativeAmericans said...

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At 10:36 PM, Blogger RON AND JANICE PATE said...

Dear sweet Tom and Delores ,my husband and I are 45 and 46 years old. We still watch and love thoes movies. Your love for all life touches us deep in our souls. The horses the land and the people are Gods and nobody has a right or reason to mistreat another living thing. That is something that cold, hard, dead, heartless people will NEVER GET! We hear and sing that song and we cry for all the wrong that has been done to so many for such shallow reasons. Two wrongs will never make it right We truly thank God upon every rememberance of you both.

All our love and best wishes to you forever and ever!!!!

Ron and Janice Pate
Wingate N.C.

 
At 11:09 PM, Blogger carter said...

tom... i really enjoyed your website and comments... i would be very interested in knowing what you think about homosexuality and gay marriage?

 
At 2:37 PM, Blogger jspeener said...

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At 2:54 PM, Blogger jspeener said...

Tom,

While I totally agree we are in serious need for reform, we need to look a little deeper than the insurance companies. Yes, they are gouging the public with their profits, but there are other factors to consider also.

Pharmaceutical companies continue to charge research prices for off the shelf ingredients, while they continue to make unnecessary drugs for non existent diseases.

Hospitals rape the patients with room rates in excess of $1500 per day just for the bed. Then there's the $50 aspirin, and these costs don't begin to cover procedures, miscellaneous supplies, or every hospital personnel each and every time they walk in the door.

Since I completely reversed my diabetes 2 years ago, I've been an advocate of natural medicines. They've been around for centuries and work, without side effects that you need to purchase other medicines for.

Socialized medicine comes at a cost. We have our choice. Higher taxes (less disposable income or money for bills), diminished care, or a combination of the two.

I agree, everyone needs health care. But the money being proposed for this would be much better spent creating jobs for a 10.3% unemployment rate (as of Oct, 2009). More jobs means more money for the public, with a definite option to be able to afford insurance.

 

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