William Kristol, chairman of the Project for a New American Century (founded in 1997) speaks at the University of Texas in Austin about the current political climate and the "new order" or "new world" that emerged after 9/11. He is confronted by a large number of protesters who carry banners and question his role in 9/11. Pg. 51 of the PNAC document "Rebuilding America's Defenses" (published in September 2000, which otherwise calls for the dramatic build up of military forces and for a climate of multi-theater wars) states: "Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event -- like a new Pearl Harbor."
Confronters include Infowars staff members Kevin Smith and Aaron Dykes, as well as members of the U.T. student group "Project for a New American Citizen."
Through smirking and laughing at the challenging audience, Kristol admits that he at first thought 9/11 would be a forgettable "one-off," he admits that his father was a Communist after joking about voting communist accidentally and laughing at the question itself.
The function was hosted by the U.T. Dean of the LBJ School of Public Affairs, James B. Steinberg, who is a Bilderberg attendee (multiple times since 1994, including 2006). He is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and has been a part of the Brookings Institution and an advisor in Bill Clinton's Presidential cabinet.
He is confronted by Aaron Dykes on his involvement with Bilderberg, as well as a paper he wrote entitled, "Preventive War: A Useful Tool" in which he suggests that we not let W. Bush's idea of a pre-emptive War ruin our concept of a 'preventive war.'