That has not been your observation or anyone else’s; don’t be silly.
Caitlin Johnstone

Actually Caitlin, if you really knew anything about American political history you might know that the American neoconservative movement was essentially founded in the sixties and seventies by New York Jewish intellectuals and promulgated by the Jewish magazine ‘Commentary’ and the American Jewish Committee. Much of the original neoconservative mantra was based upon the writings of Leo Strauss, a German American philosopher of Orthodox Jewish heritage. And as for noteworthy Jewish neocons in the Bush era…try Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, and Elliott Abrams just for starters.

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