April 23, 2010
Neocons hate the Tea Party almost as much as Democrats and liberals. And that is why the neocon and potential Republican presidential candidate New Gingrich called the Tea Party militant the other day.
The Tea Party movement, said Gingrich while speaking at an event in York County, Pennsylvania, is a “natural expression of frustration with Republicans and anger at Democrats,” which is “more likely to end up as the militant wing of the Republican Party” than a third party.
Gingrich’s dismissal of the Tea Party as an irrelevant and hot-headed faction of the establishment Republican party arrives around the same time as Karl Rove’s preposterous claim that Libertarians and “Ron Paulites” decided to take over the movement. In fact, the Tea Party (orginally the Boston Tea Party) was founded in 2006 by a group of Libertarians and was subsequently infiltrated and hijacked by establishment Republicans, the exact opposite of what the weasel and war criminal Karl Rove claimed.
Gingrich and Rove are likely responding to a recent poll that indicates the Tea Party is more of an existential threat to the Republican Party than the Democrats.
In no sense of the word is Newt Gingrich a “conservative” or even a traditional Republican. He was a fellow at the neocon criminal organizations the American Enterprise Institute and the Hoover Institution. During the Bush regime he sat on the Pentagonâ€™s Defense Policy Board with fellow neocon Richard Perle and representatives of the death merchants Bechtel, Boeing, TRW, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin and Booz Allen Hamilton. Rockefeller minion Henry Kissinger was also a member during the Bush years.
He was also a “distinguished” advisor at the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, another neocon think tank that is closely linked with the National Endowment for Democracy, an organization that does today what was done covertly 25 years ago by the CIA, as one of its founders, Allen Weinstein, admitted in 2000. In short, NED overthrows governments in disfavor by the elite and organizes color revolutions designed to replace democratic elections.
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The Foundation for the Defense of Democracies (an Orwellian name if ever there was one) is a virtual rat hole of neocons including former CIA director James Woolsey, the senator from Israel, Joe Lieberman, Gary Bauer, Frank Gaffney, Bill Kristol, Charles Krauthammer, Walid Phares, and a scattering of like-minded Democrats such as the gun-grabber Frank Lautenberg and Chuckie Schumer.
Gingrich is reputed to be a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and to have ties to the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research (founded by the late William J. Casey, Reagan’s CIA director who was largely responsible for creating the Afghan Mujihadeen that would later become the CIA asset al-Qaeda).
Newt has also attended Bohemian Grove where he rubbed elbows with occultists and male prostitutes. Newt has said he is not associated with worshipers of the Canaanite owl of Bohemia but he is a demonstrated liar (his photo appears on the pages of the Annals of the Bohemian Club).
Gingrich and Karl Rove and all the other neocons and bankster minions will soon become a historical footnote. During the upcoming November mid-term elections they will be swept into the dustbin of history as the Tea Party movement returns Congress to the American people. Newt will not be the 2012 Republican presidential candidate — or will Mitt Romney or any other establishment Republican, not unless the Republicans want to make their party completely irrelevant.
Newt and Karl are the militants, not the Tea Party. In fact, they are war criminals and economic terrorists responsible for murdering over a million Iraqis and working as handmaidens for a cartel of international bankers who are about to give us a “double-dip” economic depression.