The NeoCon/CIA/Media tells you that Ted Cruz is an "outsider," and Ted tells you he is a "Restorer of the Constitution." Is it true?
Ted Cruz's "uncomfortable advisors."
The chairman of Cruz’s foreign policy team is
Chad Sweet. Chad Sweet is the Former Directorate of Operations for the CIA, the Former Chief of Staff for the Department of Homeland Security, and the Co-Founder and CEO of The Chertoff Group. Chad Sweet went into the world of big banking — from Investment Banker at Morgan Stanley to VP with Goldman Sachs. (The same post Mrs Heidi Cruz holds) He would then work for the Department of Homeland Security in the Bush Administration.
Sweet co-founded the Chertoff Group with former Bush and Obama administration, Secretary of Homeland Security, Michael Chertoff.
Hardly the pedigree of an outsider. In fact, his neocon bona fides could not be better.
As a leader of the Chertoff Group, Sweet “advocated for expanding NSA metadata collection.” Again, this belies Ted Cruz’s public position on the NSA’s unconstitutional surveillance of Americans.
“One of the most troubling things we have seen in recent years is an expansion of federal government authority into surveilling American citizens. I am proud to be a co-sponsor of the USA Freedom Act," Cruz said during a speech in Austin in November 2014.
The USA Freedom Act was LITERALLY a piece of propaganda legislation, enacted for show, to try to make the public THINK that the NSA spying on EVERY American Citizen has halted. Ted Cruz is PROUD of his propaganda stage craft. And stupid people believed him.
Despite such public declarations, it is little wonder that a key member of the Cruz foreign policy team would support dragnet surveillance of Americans given that one of the principals of the Chertoff Group is General Michael Hayden, director of the NSA until 2005.
These sorts of hypocritical inconsistencies have destroyed other campaigns, particularly those of candidates who fly the flag of the Constitution as proudly as Ted Cruz, while surrounding himself with enemies of the Constitution.
When it comes to ending the federal government’s collection of personal data on millions of Americans in direct contravention of the Fourth Amendment, it seems Ted Cruz’s lips draw nigh to the Bill of Rights, but his heart (and his personally chosen counselors) are far from it.
Ted Cruz’s neocon inner circle includes, Victoria Coates. As is the case with Chad Sweet, Coates’s connections with the NeoCon elite are strong and numerous. From Infogram’s bio:
Having served as director of research for former Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, and as an adjunct fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. Coates has a track record of supporting a neoconservative foreign policy. In 2012, she was an adviser to Rick Perry, whose campaign was in support of sending troops back into Iraq.
This record of rubbing shoulders with a who’s who of neocon luminaries cannot be comfortable for the constitutionalist wing of the Cruz camp. Somehow, most Ted Cruz Fans do not know about it, and when confronted with the facts, they don't believe them.
THINK! Coates is no neocon neophyte. Her record reveals that she’s a true believer in the neocon doctrine of using the U.S. military to spread democracy around the world. And as we know the so-called spread of Democracy is code for genocide and chaos, conquest and control.
In 1979, Jeanne Kirkpatrick wrote an essay called “Dictatorships And Double Standards” where the Reagan administration official equated Reagan-era support for anti-communist dictators with the promotion of human rights.
Daily Beast reported in July 2014 that Victoria Coates “asks interns to read that essay when they start working for [Senator Cruz].”
On his campaign website, Ted Cruz promises to “restore our Constitution” and to follow the Founders in looking to the Constitution “to act as chains to bind the mischief of government.”
One would imagine that restoring the Constitution and being bound by its chains would include not using the U.S. military to topple governments — no matter how tyrannical — or to funnel funds from taxpayers to the coffers of the “moderate” extremists who declare their allegiance to the American side in foreign conflicts.
Someone committed to that constitutional tack would certainly not choose neocon interventionists with the resumés of Chad Sweet and Victoria Coates. But Wait THERE IS MORE!
Ted Cruz's NeoCon inner circle includes, Cruz’s foreign policy advisor, James Woolsey, a player who would be drafted in the first round by any neocon fantasy team owner.
The Infogram bio is enough evidence to convict Woolsey of being NeoCon to the core:
Woolsey was a national security specialist and former Director of the CIA under the Clinton administration. He heads up many Neoconservative groups including being the Chairman of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and Founding Member of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
More than just academic advocacy of the military-industrial complex and the global deployment of American troops to "spread democracy" (chaos and genocide) on the world, Woolsey has no problem putting the noose around those who act against the growth and power of the government.
In a December 2013 interview with Fox News, Woolsey made the following shocking statement when asked about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden: “I think giving him amnesty is idiotic,” Woolsey said. “He should be prosecuted for treason. If convicted by a jury of his peers, he should be hanged by his neck until he is dead.”
That’s not just think-tank rhetoric, that’s reign-of-terror-type talk.
REMEMBER, the CIA Media says that Ted Cruz is an "outsider" and Cruz himself claims that he is some sort of "restorer of the U.S. Constitution." How can this be when he has surrounded himself with NeoCon, CIA and NSA WONKS.
BUT WAIT, THERE IS MORE.
Ted Cruz's NeoCon inner circle includes his choice of Elliot Abrams to help craft his foreign policy. Like his colleagues on Cruz’s council, Abrams is a leader in the NeoCon world, and leader of what is perhaps the most powerful and pernicious group in the NeoCon network, the grand daddy of all the NeoCon GLOBALIST Organizations: the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR).
While Cruz pooh poohs the idea that he has ties to the Council on Foreign Relations, just because his wife Heidi Cruz was a member and co-authored the Blue Print for the creation of the North American Union. Who does he select as his foreign policy adviser but the HEAD of the Council on Foreign Relations!
Not all Christian Conservatives are stupid, so if you are not, do not be offended and do not add yourself to the context of the next sentence. Dumb Christian Conservatives, DO YOU SEE ANY INCONSISTENCY HERE? Any hypocrisy? Smart Christian Conservatives HAVE TO, stupid Christian Conservatives have an IDOL called Ted Cruz and they REFUSE to see.
While the CFR is the most notorious of the associations of Abrams, it isn’t the only one. He is also a member (or former member) of the Center for Security Policy, Hudson Institute, National Endowment for Democracy, and many more. BTW the National Endowment for Democracy is a DIRECT Front organization of the CIA. It is a NGO, owned by the Democrat Party, and funded by the U.S. Government on behalf of CIA operations all around the world.
It is likely that it is because of the membership of Abrams in the CFR that George W. Bush chose him to be his deputy national security adviser for Global Democratic Strategy and that Ted Cruz has chosen to follow his advice on questions of foreign policy.
In fact, it is probably the experience of all these people that compelled Ted Cruz to choose them to be his closest advisors. The problem isn’t that his inner circle is composed of men and women of vast foreign policy experience; the problem is that their experience is in growing government, supporting surveillance, and using American troops as globalist soldiers of conquest. The TRUTH is and the problem is, Ted Cruz has surrounded himself with NeoCons because he is a NeoCon.
As constitutionalists know, each of these endeavors, pursued over and over by Cruz’s chosen advisors is unconstitutional and not at all consistent with Ted Cruz’s public statements.
What is the attraction of Ted Cruz to Christian Conservatives? The attraction is strongest with Evangelicals in particular. Why? It is because of their own religious bondage. They hear Ted's Father preach in the common rhetoric of Evangelicalism, they ignore his Dominionist Cultic words, or dismiss them as a little forgivable hyperbole. They listen to Ted Cruz "Thump the Constitution" in the familiar way a Fundamentalist Christian "Thumps the Bible" using familiar passages to comfort and control. The attraction to Ted Cruz is nothing short of the exposure of their own religious bondage, it is pure mesmerism, devoid of REASON.
This "Religious Bondage" also clouds their view of Ben Carson (another cultist) and Mike Huckabee, who parades as a conservative, who has been anything but. Oh yes, he has been consistently pro-life, but there is not another conservative issue where he has not capitulated. Yet, he is a "pastor" and speaks in familiar religious Rhetoric. Yes, it is called Mesmerism.
In summary: Who is Ted Cruz, really?
Ted Cruz, a career politician with some pretty strange close connections. AS an adult, when he wasn't getting a government check he was working for the NeoCons in private practice. He was mentored by Paul Weyrich, a CIA asset and head of MANY CIA front organizations, a father of the NeoCon movement and one of the founders of the Christian Dominionist Cult, (which Ted's Father belongs to). At one time Paul Weyrich ran 17 of these organizations out of one office on K-Street. Ted Cruz's wife, Hedi, as a member of the infamous Globalist Organization the Council on Foreign Relations wrote the blue print for the North American Union, called, "Toward a Greater, North American Community." Don't let the title fool you, it is for the creation of a Politburo Style governing body over a BORDER-LESS Mexico, U.S. and Canada, un-elected, and answerable to no one, like the E.U. Politburo . . I mean "Parliament," something which Joseph Stalin would be proud.
Cruz political operatives will claim to you, that Heidi Cruz wrote a dissenting part of that North American Union (NAU) Blue Print, but I've read it and there is no dissent in it.
We know that the Christian Dominionist cult was created by Paul Weyrich and the CIA. We know Ted Cruz's father is a "believer" in the tenets of this cult since there is ample video out there with Papa Cruz preaching Dominionist Heresy. In this cult Ted Cruz has been "Anointed to Be King." (their language not mine.) Another item that ties Cruz to this cult is that two Texas Billionaires who are "Dominionists" just donated 15 million dollars to Ted Cruz's Campaign.
Ted Cruz says that Donald Trump supporters will soon follow him when Trump's campaign implodes . . . . that will be the day! You NeoCon, lying SOB.