September 22, 2007

wolfowitz-ap-photo.jpg Nicole linked this article up once before, but I think it merits its own post. This document that was leaked to the NY Times back in 1992, explains in detail the Neocon wet dream of world domination. One wonders if the media would have looked at the cabinet Bush put together when he took office and then asked some real questions about Wolfie's plan of world domination. I guess they had other things to do.

These scenarios, issued separately to the military services on Feb. 4, were detailed in a New York Times article last month. They postulated regional wars against Iraq and North Korea, as well as a Russian assault on Lithuania and smaller military contingencies that United States forces might confront in the future.

These hypothetical conflicts, coupled with the policy guidance document, are meant to give military leaders specific information about the kinds of military threats they should be prepared to meet as they train and equip their forces. It is also intended to give them a coherent strategy framework in which to evaluate various force and training on

Here it is. The PNAC'ers plan right in front of our media.  And you'd think the NY Times would have taken the lead on this since they actually published it. Oh, that's right. Judy Miller and Michael Gordon had other ideas. When the administration turned its attention to Iraq----flashing red lights should have gone off...

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