While the situation in Iraq is getting completely out of control, groups and individuals who encouraged America to attack Iraq, declare war on it and occupy it are trying to disappear and make themselves forgotten.
According to news, one of the most important of these groups, the PNAC (Project for the New American Century), has decided to close its office on Washington’s 17th Avenue.
Very active with many people coming and going until recently, this office today has only one employee working to complete wind-up operations.
The PNAC’s website has turned into a ghost site; only voice mail remains as an e-mail service.
The PNAC was one of the most prominent and powerful of the new conservative (neocons) movement’s institutions.
The first target they announced was to make the values and policies of “real conservatism” dominant in the Republican Party and America in general.
That makes one neocon ‘think’ thank less.
A sign of bankruptcy of US neo-conservatism.
However, similar organizations, like the American Enterprise Institute of Dick Cheney, Enron, Jeff Gannon … er … Jim Guckert, Ayaan Hirsi Ali … er … Magan, the great ‘thinker’ Ann Coulter, are still around.
American Enterprise Institute and Iraq war: here.
PNAC and Iraq war: here.
See also here.