“Either outcome is problematic. However, with Britain choosing to leave the EU, Britain’s politics is swiftly set to align further with the US, signalling a further consolidation of neocon thinking at the upper echelons of UK government.
With the post-referendum furore continuing, the British people must not lose sight of the Machiavellian, warmongering politics of fascist neocons.”
Enter a caption Arend van Dam
As of yet, I have refrained from writing on the EU referendum, despite being prompted by friends to provide the neoconservative perspective.
Given the indeterminacy and misleading nature of the arguments being presented, the truth is I could not produce an advisory for either choice for reasons which will become evident through the course of this piece. One thing was for sure, that those who have been responsible for politically terraforming the closed society here in Britain and other Western countries, as well as physically destroying the Middle East courtesy of benevolent bombs and civilising war, had largely been ignored.
The neoconservative position has been a split one. It needs to be understood however, that the core aim is not being differed (militarisation, projection of power etc.), but rather the approach.
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