Dual Loyalties

My opinion on the people who shape our world

Sunday, September 12, 2004

AIPAC/Franklin Spy Scandal Spreads to The Whitehouse

AIPAC/Franklin Spy Scandal Spreads to The Whitehouse: "AIPAC/Franklin Spy Scandal Spreads to The Whitehouse
As the spy scandal unfolds it now appears to spread further than AIPAC, AEI, and the Pentagon. Michael Ledeen an ultra-Zionist Likudnik believed to be an Israeli agent is a key foreign Policy Advisor to Carl Rove. Rove who is known as a small man in a big job counts on a number of marginal fringe players for advice. Of all of his oddball advisors Michael Ledeen certainly acts like an agent of influence of a foreign government.

"When The Washington Post published a list of the people whom Karl Rove, President George W Bush's closest advisor, regularly consults for advice outside the administration, foreign policy veterans were shocked when Michael Ledeen popped up as the only full-time international affairs analyst." Asia Times -Veteran neo-con adviser moves on Iran

See BBC: Michael Ledeen advisor to Carl Rove

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Opinion - StatesmanJournal.com

Opinion - StatesmanJournal.com: "News media ignore men, ideas behind Bush

Statesman Journal
September 12, 2004



The American people have been hearing plenty this election season about Bush and Kerry. Strangely, there is little discussion of the men who work behind the scenes in the Bush administration.

Prior to Bush taking office, current White House insiders Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, Paul Wolfowitz, Peter Rodman, Richard Armitage, John Bolton, Elliot Abrams, James Woolsey and Lewis Libby formed an organization called “A Project for a New American Century (PNAC),” and one can read their agenda on their Web site (www.newamericancentury.org).

PNAC calls for our military control on the Mideast oil so we can manipulate and dominate the economies of the industrialized world. In their document, “Rebuilding America’s Defenses,” they stated that a “new Pearl Harbor” could justify swift military action and an overthrow of Iraq, regardless as to whether Saddam was in charge or not. The men currently advising Bush asked for the development of new nuclear and space weaponry, gene-specific bioweapons (“a politically useful tool,” they say), and control of cyberspace.

Our brave soldiers who survived World War II know what a bid for global dominance looks like. What’s more troubling than having Cheney and his crew influencing foreign policy is that the mainstream news media remain silent on PNAC."