Billed as "The Project for the New American Century," under
the idea that "The history of the past century should have taught us
to embrace the cause of American leadership," the megalomania of our
current government can be seen as the effort "to promote American
global leadership" in its ninety page manifesto.
If you wonder why we have hundreds of thousands of American
troops spread across the world in hundreds of countries when in most
cases they have not been called there by the United Nations or
anyone else, then read this 1997 "Statement of Principles."
If you realize that we could easily stop terrorism inside our own
nation by simply bringing our troops home and wonder why we don't
even consider it, then read this document.
If you wonder why nations like South Korea, nations that we
supposedly saved, now want our troops withdrawn and are building
resentment towards the United States as an aggressor more dangerous
than the enemy we saved them from, then you better understand the
doctrine of world domination that our leaders are following.
If you feel overtaxed in an economy that's sliding while our
government, a regulatory body that by its very nature should not be
counted on for positive ideas or ventures, is borrowing us into
oblivion while turning the one thing you do depend on them
for—defense—into acts of outright aggression or "first strike"
policies, then you better read this manifesto.
If you wonder why the richest nation in the world doesn't pay its
UN dues until we want something from them or have any doubts we will
"go it alone" regardless of what the UN finds or says, then you
better understand our empire building plans, all done in the name of
"defense" and "constabulary" duties of peace through threat.
No longer can this subject be passed off as something solely for
conspiracy theorists and bespectacled worry warts. Now, it's out in
the open. Even members of the CFR are being praised and given
What's more, our former allies and enemies, particularly those
like Germany who have had tyranny sneak up on them before, are
beginning to view America and American statements with a very
If you simply want to know when to salute and when to wave your
flag so that you don't get in trouble or end up in one of the
military bases Clinton closed and converted into concentration
camps, then download this doctrine and keep it next to your
The Manifesto (full text): Project
For The New American Century
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