The PNAC came right out of Israel's Clean Break Strategy.. Look at the dual citizen signatories on the 1998 letter to Clinton.There is a reason the Neocons and Rhinos wanted the 47 year parasite Biden in:
Wes Clark and the neocon dream
In 2007, the retired General described a necon "policy coup" aimed at toppling the governments of 7 countries
In October, 2007, Gen. Wesley Clark gave a speech to the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco (seven-minute excerpt in the video below) in which he denounced what he called "a policy coup" engineered by neocons in the wake of 9/11. After recounting how a Pentagon source had told him weeks after 9/11 of the Pentagon's plan to attack Iraq notwithstanding its non-involvement in 9/11, this is how Clark described the aspirations of the "coup" being plotted by Dick Cheney, Don Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz and what he called "a half dozen other collaborators from the Project for the New American Century":
In 2007, the retired General described a necon "policy coup" aimed at toppling the governments of 7 countrieswww.salon.com
The Project for the New American Century: Syria next to Pay the Price?
Before his next appearance on Fox, Kristol could do worse than peruse Professor Hamoud Salhi’s address, presented at the Center for Contemporary Conflict, of the (U.S.) Naval Postgraduate School in June 2004. It is entitled “Syria’s Threat to America’s National Interest”. It is arguably even more pertinent now – and another reminder of how long Syria has been in U.S. sights.
Syria’s threat to America’s national interest in the Middle East can only be understood in the context of U.S. plans to reconfigure the Middle East. Knowing now that the motive for invading Iraq was strategic, taking over Syria would give the United States further strategic depth in the region … tipping the balance of power (even more) in favor of the United States regional allies, Israel and Turkey.
“In every age it has been the tyrant, the oppressor and the exploiter, who has wrapped himself in the cloak of patriotism, or religion, or both to deceive and overawe the people.”’ — Eugene Debs, 1855-1926, speech Canton, Ohio, June 16, 1918 The Project for the New American Century (PNAC)...dissidentvoice.org