Trump’s gunning for the Neocons and Israel-Firsters, just as they are, literally, gunning for him | Non-Intervention2 – Michael Scheuer

Having watched nearly three-years of Donald Trump working, haltingly but stubbornly, to reestablish the great and republic-preserving pillars of American foreign policy — non-intervention and neutrality — it is clear that the trail toward those goals is long, winding, and, far too often, a process that yields two steps forward and one step back.

It was most encouraging to see Trump let the Neocons – especially Bolton, Abrams, Pompeo, and such of their mouthpieces as Ben Shapiro, Mark Levin, and Bill Kristol – make perfect jackasses of themselves via their botched handling of the none-of-America’s-business Venezuela problem. These wretches thereby showed Americans how desperate they are for war, and how utterly useless they are in the conduct of a U.S. foreign policy that serves the republic’s only genuine foreign-policy goals; peace; few if any foreign political and/or military entanglements; a deterring military, capable – in mind, skills, and material – of total victory in the rare cases that demand war-fighting; freedom of the seas for trade and prosperity, and the maintenance of full sovereignty and independence of action.

Source: Trump’s gunning for the Neocons and Israel-Firsters, just as they are, literally, gunning for him | Non-Intervention2

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