Is American Interventionism Driven by Feminism and Zionism?
One cannot help but ask that question reading Srdja Trifkovic's article on the "unholy neoliberal-neoconservative alliance," reminding us that "[t]here is precious little to choose between the scary triumvirate of Hillary Clinton, Susan Rice and Samantha Power on the 'left,' and the AEI-Weekly Standard lumens on the 'right'" — The Liberal Hawks’ Neoconservative Allies. He explains:
- The neolib-neocon alliance is unsurprising, considering the two camps’ shared Marxist origins. The neoconservatives’ roots are somewhat older of the two, in the anti-Stalinist far left of the World War II era. The liberal hawks are the heirs of 1968 and the Frankfurt School. They share the dualist outlook that translates in policy terms into geopolitical militarism and inverted socialist internationalism.... Both the Clinton-Rice-Power clique and their neocon counterparts share an ideology of nationalist socialism and internationalist imperialism.