"The closer you examine it, the clearer it is that neoconservatism, in large part, is simply about enabling the most irredentist elements in Israel and sustaining a permanent war against anyone or any country who disagrees with the Israeli right. That's the conclusion I've been forced to these last few years. And to insist that America adopt exactly the same constant-war-as-survival that Israelis have been slowly forced into ... But America is not Israel. And once that distinction is made, much of the neoconservative ideology collapses." -- Andrew Michael Sullivan But America is not Israel. Or is it? Why is Israel allowed to be a nuclear power yet larger, much older nations, rather, countries that have existed longer than the present day Israel, with a lot more to protect, are forbidden from becoming a nuclear power. All roads lead to Rome it seems. Or is that Jerusalem.

Energy Crisis by Design

"Putin knows that when I am president of the United States, his days of tyranny and trying to intimidate the United States and those in Eastern Europe are over..." Joe Biden, September, 2019 "Russia did it, they always do's them! Every single time we try to go ahead they stop us, they stand in our way and are sowing evil and despair and hunger and rising energy prices; we need more sanctions. Sanction everything they do; Russia is an evil race bound on conquest, that must end." The United States and the West have been at war with Russia for 106 years and what is the war about? The largest land base; some 1/8 of the world surface; the richest resource-rich nation on the planet with cheap access to markets in more than 16 countries bordering it. And after some seventy years lost in communism and waste, have learned the unique lesson as a once terrible and suppressive superpower. That it is better to get along that to try and conquer those around you. It better to be a multi-polar world than to reach for global dominance and a uni-polar ideal of democracy for all. That democracy is not really a viable solution to communism. That was a hard lesson for the Russian people...