The adherents of the so-called "Wolfowitz cabal," pushing the
"Clash of Civilizations" theory, are nothing less than "an enemy within" the United States, a network that cuts across the
Defense Department, the State Department, the White House, and the National Security Council. This report is not a "good guys"
versus "bad guys" description of the Bush Administration; rather it is a warning that this cabal is a close-knit rogue network
that is trying to hijack U.S. policy . . .
The cabal bears a dangerous resemblance to the "secret parallel
government" . . . that ran Iran-Contra. In fact, some of the cabal members now in the Bush Administration are convicted criminals
as a result of their activity in /iranContra/"!
. . . The group wants to obliterate Iraq, put Palestinian Authority
President Yasser Arafat and the Palestinian Authority on the terrorism list (if not the obituary list), and declare war on
He wanted to establish the "doctrine" that the United States
would hit a country "anywhere, anytime" based on secret evidence. . .
WAGGING THE DOG:
The "Wolfowitz cabal" is out to destroy any potential for a
Middle East peace, and simultaneously is determined to crush Eurasian economic development centered around cooperation among
Europe, Russia, and China.
Negroponte /US Ambassador to UN and , "notorious insider
in the Iran-Contra operation, who was accused of collaborating with narcotics-linked military death squads"/ echoed
Wolfowitz's so-called gaffe, writing, "We may find that our self-defense requires further action with respect to other
organizations and states" (emphasis added). The statement implicitly targetted Iraq, Syria, and Sudan, all countries
which are on the State Department's list of countries that support terrorism. The statement violated promises the United States
had made, that it would limit "coalition" action to redressing the attack of Sept. 11.
http://www.larouchepub.com/other/2001/2841wolfowitz.html excerpted above.