by Edward Ulrich, updated March 18, 2012
This article examines many long-term political agendas fitting the description of ”Neocon Globalist,” advanced seamlessly over many decades of Presidential Administrations and continuing through today.
Specific ”Neoconservative” and ”Neoliberal” aspects of each of the Presidential Administrations from Ronald Reagan to Barack Obama are summarized and examined.
Generally, ”Neoconservatism” involves a military interventionist approach to relations with other countries, and ”Neoliberalism” (or ”Globalism”) involves long-term strategies of consolidation and exploitation of nations through taking control of their economies and eroding their national sovereignties.
The reality shows that most ”Neoconservatives” and ”Neoliberals” are actually ”Neocon Globalists,” who share a similar hybrid of the two views, and most try to conceal their affiliations with the opposite view that they are generally known for having.
Background information is explained showing how little-known political elite individuals control the political process of the United States and most of the rest of the world through selecting and controlling political candidates, controlling the mainstream media, and fraudulently altering election results.
This article is continually updated.