Kevin MacDonald penned a very interesting analysis of what appears to be a potential sea-change in American political thinking—An Anti-Neocon Revolution in GOP Foreign Policy?
The first few paragraphs of his article:
One of the big stories coming out of the Trump campaign is the intense hostility he is getting from the neocons, a major part of which is that they would be out of luck when it comes to positions in a Trump administration.
But that implies a huge vacuum in the area of foreign policy for Republicans. After all, neocons have dominated the GOP foreign policy establishment since the Reagan Administration and achieved unrivaled power in the George W. Bush administration.
But with the Trump campaign, the neocons are on the outside looking in, which is a major part of why they are defecting to Hillary or plotting a third party candidacy — anything to derail Trump.
You may not agree with every word Kevin MacDonald writes, but I do not think it is possible to understand 20th Century American and European history and current events without understanding him.
MacDonald has written several books and many essays. His main work is The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements. The Kindle edition of this book is free today (not sure how long that price will last).
IMHO, if Trump can end neocon interventionist war policy, secure our borders against massive immigration, and really make trade deals that benefit the USA, he will be one of the greatest presidents in US history.
He might not deliver, but we absolutely know that a Hillary, Bernie, or Biden will destroy the USA by handing it on a platter it to globalist powers. ABN