Want to Understand US Action in the Middle East? Look at the Wolfowitz Doctrine


If you want to understand US action in the Middle East, look at the Wolfowitz Doctrine of the early 90s, which lays out the agenda for US global supremacy.

The Wolfowitz Doctrine,

a document authored by Zionist neo-con Paul Wolfowitz, is the key to understanding the United States’ geopolitical policy and behavior. The Wolfowitz Doctrine is the unofficial name given to the early version of the Defense Strategy for the 1990s: The Regional Defense Strategy report for the 1994–99 fiscal years. It was later released by then Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney in 1993. It brazenly advocates that America do everything in its power to retain its global hegemony and superpower status, including ensuring that Russia, China, Iran and other regional powers – but especially Russia – be prevented from attaining enough power to seriously challenge the US. In short, it’s another US blueprint for total global supremacy.

There are many quotable passages from the Wolfowitz Doctrine. Here’s one which sums up its aims:

“Our first objective is to prevent the re-emergence of a new rival, either on the territory of the former Soviet Union or elsewhere that poses a threat on the order of that posed formerly by the Soviet Union. This is a dominant consideration underlying the new regional defense strategy and requires that we endeavor to prevent any hostile power from dominating a region whose resources would, under consolidated control, be sufficient to generate global power. These regions include Western Europe, East Asia, the territory of the former Soviet Union, and Southwest Asia.”

Following in the Footsteps of the Wolfowitz Doctrine: Trilateralist Brzezinski and His Grand American Chessboard

The Wolfowitz Doctrine was not created in a vacuum, of course. It has a strong history of American arrogance and cockiness behind it, and it inspired numerous works after it. Just look at co-founder of the Trilateral Commission (along with David Rockefeller) and big-time NWO insider Zbigniew Brzezinski (the very same guy who bemoaned that it was easier to kill than control people). Brzezinski is an avowed Russophobe who for decades has been pushing for America to encircle Russia and capture the lion’s share of Eurasia.

Cold-hearted NWO conspirator Brzezinski laments that in the past it was easier to control the masses than kill them, but it’s now easier to kill than control. That’s tough, Zbigniew; I’m so sorry we’re harder to control now …

Brzezinski has also mentored Obama, was present in the Carter administration and clearly has had a lot of influence on American foreign policy; you can see him in this video organizing the Mujahideen to fight against the former Soviet Union, tricking them by saying that “God is on your side”. How the conspirators love to use religion to control people!

In his book The Grand Chessboard, written in 1997, Brzezinski writes:

“The most immediate task is to make certain that no state or combination of states gains the capacity to expel the United States from Eurasia or even to diminish significantly its decisive arbitrating role.”

” … the expansion of NATO is essential. By the same token, a failure to widen NATO … would shatter the concept of an expanding Europe and de-moralize the Central Europeans. It could even reignite currently dormant or dying Russian geopolitical aspirations in Central Europe.”

Brzezinski and his ilk have been and are still concerned with just one thing: power. It’s presupposed that might is right and that American supremacy is moral. The pervading issue is always: how can America expand or at least maintain its global power?

Paul Wolfowitz and his PNAC neocon pals got their new Pearl Harbor with 3000 American deaths. We got the fake War on Terror.

From the Wolfowitz Doctrine Came … PNAC, Rebuilding America’s Defenses and a Catalyzing New Pearl Harbor

Wolfowitz is perhaps better known not for writing the Wolfowitz Doctrine but for co-authoring Rebuilding America’s Defenses, a report released in September 2000 by Zionist neocon think tank PNAC (The Project for a New American Century). The PNAC membership list is a “Who’s Who” of American Zionist New World Order conspirators – in addition to Wolfowitz the list includes Dick Cheney Donald Rumsfeld, Robert Kagan, I. Lewis (Scooter) Libby, Richard Perle, Doug Feith and many others. The report contains the now infamous sentence:

“This process of transformation is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.”

Hence, there is strong evidence that the writers of this document knew exactly what was coming – and therefore had 9/11 foreknowledge. As I covered in the article Who is Jeb Bush, Really? – Part 2 – Jeb’s PNAC & Money Laundering Past, current presidential candidate Jeb Bush was among the signatories of this document.

The Wolfowitz Doctrine explains the reason for the gross hypocrisy of the USA.

The Wolfowitz Doctrine Explains the Gross Hypocrisy of the USA

The Wolfowitz Doctrine explicitly and unabashedly pushes for complete US supremacy at the cost of any other value. If it is truly the guiding principle of US foreign policy and geopolitical maneuvering, as it appears to be, it comes as no surprise then that America is such a hypocrite on the world stage. To put on a good face on the world stage, and feed the propaganda that it only promotes democracy and peace, the US is forced to use rhetoric claiming it values the promotion of democracy, the promotion of human rights, the self-determination of people and nations, and the elimination of terrorism. Yet, whenever any of these “values” conflict with the ideals set out in the Wolfowitz Doctrine, the US always chooses its own supremacy over them.

As Michael S. Rozeff writes:

“The U.S. condemns separatism in Ukraine and aids Kiev in attacking its own people with heavy and advanced weapons of all kinds. This is because the superpower agenda is served by steering Ukraine into the Western camp. At the very same time, the U.S. condemns China for indicting a professor who is a vocal separatist and critical of Chinese policy in Xinjiang. Hence, we observe the U.S. against separatism in Ukraine but supporting it in China. This is because the U.S. is applying pressure on China wherever it thinks this will succeed in diminishing China as a power … Numerous other instances of U.S. hypocrisy can be understood in this way. The U.S. will support democracy but then ignore elections and support dictators … It will condemn terrorism and then arm terrorists. This is because the overriding agenda is the Wolfowitz Doctrine.”

As per the Wolfowitz Doctrine, the demonization of Russia continues unabated, purely to help US imperialist aspirations.

The Demonization of Russia and the Smear Campaign Against Putin

In alignment with the Wolfowitz Doctrine, the Western, Zionist MSM (Mainstream Media) is constantly telling us how bad Russia is and how aggressive Putin is, yet the facts reveal otherwise. It’s easy to see the demonization of Russia and the smear campaign against Putin as desperate attempts of the Anglo-American NWO to control the information war and paint themselves as the victim instead of the aggressor. Consider the following facts:

– The US has pumped at least $5 billion into regime change in Ukraine (as admitted by Zionist neo-con Victoria Nuland, wife of Zionist neo-con Robert Kagan), forcibly removing the legitimately elected government of Yanukovich and installing a puppet regime of Neo-Nazis answerable to Washington’s demands. Nuland also got caught saying “Fuck the EU” to US Ambassador to Ukraine Geoff Pyatt in a leaked phone call. After the coup, the Ukraine people all of a sudden found themselves with a Nazi-like government whose first decision was to ban the Russian language!

– Crimea has been a province of Russia since 1758, and only became part of Ukraine when Soviet head Khrushchev handed it over to Ukraine at a time when both Crimea and Ukraine were part of the Soviet Union (the whole thing was purely administrative). Therefore, Russia has had its Black Sea fleet based in Crimea for over 250 years, and a leasing agreement with Ukraine gave them the right to have 25,000 troops there. In a referendum deemed impartial and fair, 96% of Crimeans voted to return to Russia. There was no “annexation of Crimea“.

Putin-led Russia is standing in the way of American supremacy by suggesting we form a multi-polar world, rather than one led by US military might. Swedish analyst Ingemar Wärnström quotes Putin as saying:

“What is a unipolar world? However one might embellish this term, at the end of the day it refers to one type of situation, namely one centre of authority, one centre of force, one centre of decision-making. It is a world in which there is one master, one sovereign. And at the end of the day this is pernicious not only for all those within this system, but also for the sovereign itself because it destroys itself from within. And this certainly has nothing in common with democracy. Because, as you know, democracy is the power of the majority in light of the interests and opinions of the minority.

Incidentally, Russia – we – are constantly being taught about democracy. But for some reason those who teach us do not want to learn themselves. I consider that the unipolar model is not only unacceptable but also impossible in today’s world.”

Zionist neocon Paul Wolfowitz, author of the Wolfowitz Doctrine.

Conclusion: The Wolfowitz Doctrine is the Guiding Force

To believe the US really cares about anything other than its own global imperial ambitions is foolish. The Wolfowitz Doctrine has laid it all out in black and white – and America’s support for Zionist Israel, the fake War on Terror, the demonization of Russia and Iran, and many other geopolitical events make much more sense when you realize its the driving force behind American diplomatic and military action.

Ultimately, it would be most precise to say that the NWO conspirators are using the military might of America to forge a unipolar One World Government. This really isn’t about America. It’s about using America as a tool to achieve the New World Order, then discarding it, stripping it of power and relegating it to the same level as all other nations, under the heel of the international banksters who yearn to rule the world.


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Makia Freeman is the editor of alternative news / independent media site The Freedom Articles and senior researcher at ToolsForFreedom.com, writing on many aspects of truth and freedom, from exposing aspects of the global conspiracy to suggesting solutions for how humanity can create a new system of peace and abundance.




marcus August 2, 2016 - 7:12 pm

What exactly do you mean when you say the National Socialist (NAZI) regime of Ukraine? I like this blog, but am getting tired of ignorant writers condemning propaganda and then including it in the same article.

Makia Freeman August 2, 2016 - 8:53 pm

The coup that expelled Yanukovich replaced him with a Government which openly mimicked the Nazis, with arm salutes, etc. Leaders of this new regime spoke openly of admiring Hitler. Ukraine was one of few nations to vote AGAINST a UN Resolution aimed at criminalizing the glorification of Nazism.

For more info, see these links:


hellion October 25, 2016 - 8:25 am

Interesting and thought provoking article which cuts through the Western government and media fed propaganda to give a clearer explanation of whats really going on.
Subscribed for future stories thanks

Deadly Music December 24, 2016 - 1:43 am

Interesting read and have shared your well written article. Regarding the anti-Nazi UN resolution that not only Ukraine but also the US voted against, I get your point. Further to the Ukraine coupe this opposition may be interpreted as tacit support for enabling Nazism when it’s in the interests of the globalist powers who be. Even so, it’s a paradox isn’t it (?) because,

(N.B. the following text is copy/pasted from the below comment by SomeBlokeTalks on the article, “US votes against anti-Nazi UN resolution”)

…understood in the context of Europe’s ever expanding and freedom encroaching laws against anything “Anti-Semitic” whereby a person isn’t even allowed to publicly question the Holocaust religion or criticise Israel’s policies or Zionism without being demonised as same, is it such a bad thing?

Comment continued at the below link.



Makia Freeman December 28, 2016 - 1:03 am

Thanks for the thoughtful comment. Yes, I see your point. It’s not good on the one hand to glorify Nazism, but on the other hand, it’s also not good to cave into the Zionist’s constant demands for censorship – including not being able to criticize Israel or investigate the Holocaust for yourself.

Mark D. July 15, 2017 - 10:37 pm

You state “The US does this… the US does that…”.

It is not “the US” doing these things. It is a small group, a cabal of psychopathic imperialists who will stoop to any means – even murdering their own people – to maintain their global domination.

I do not believe this group represents the interests of their people, who are the real US.

Makia Freeman July 15, 2017 - 11:20 pm

You are of course correct. This psychopathic group does not represent the interests of America, the Republic of the USA or its people. Referring to this group as the “US Government”, “the US” or “Washington” is common among commentators and journalists when describing politics and geopolitics. It is just for ease of explanation.

Bevin Chu August 13, 2017 - 3:25 am

An incisive expose of The US Empire’s badly hidden agenda.

Until one understands that the determination to maintain global hegemony underlies everything that the US Empire does, one will remain bewildered by US policy and international conduct.

The moment one grasps the US Empire’s underlying agenda, then the apparent complexities surrounding US policy and conduct in the Balkans, the MENA, Ukraine, the Korean peninsula, the South China Sea, and even the Himalayan plateau, all become crystal clear.

Gil February 21, 2018 - 10:10 pm

I probably will be deemed an “enemy” of this site, but I happen to know — let’s say — a little about Vladimir Putin from source other than U. S. policy makers.

And, in a nutshell, poor Vladimir is in something of a jam. That is, he could not cease to head up Russia’s intelligence community, which is synonymous with the “tree” of governance of that nation, even if he wanted to.

Putin has enormous power to lead Russia where its intelligence community is convinced it must go, to survive. Counter-intelligence and intelligence gathering and intelligence analysis and internal governance in Russia are inextricably intertwined.

In the U. S. we have a Civil Service that historically has been politically neutral, but has to view all outside governments as either with, or against, our leaders.

Our two-party system evolved for a couple of centuries as a contest in search of compromises competing interests could live with. Since Reagan, however, that evolution has veered off into what is increasingly seen as two irreconcilable cults (often the term “tribalism” is used in reference to it.

Nothing I would say, here or elsewhere, is intended to whitewash anything the U. S. leadership has done, or failed to do.

But the primary distinction between U. S. governance and Russian governance has involved what independence the Civil Service of the U. S. has maintained from whichever part had the presidency and the majority in one or both houses of the congress.

Foreign interests, all, are aware of this, and, in their own interests, may see vulnerabilities in it that they might be able to exploit, if they wish. Or, on the other hand, they might perceive the better course to avail themselves of a lack of solidarity between leadership and law enforcement and the U. S. judicial system.

They would, in any event, like to utilize any advantage, real or imagined, in pressing their goals where those goals present resistance to themselves.

In Russia, there is a virtual solidarity of intent in the form of a power pyramid which, among its characteristics has the will, and the means, of neutralizing any disruption from within or without.

Whether there is greater power in allowing a system (loosely called democratic) in which opposing interests can work out compromises they can live with versus a system in which power may be discerned as the capacity to silence any need for compromise, neutralize opposition, treat the dominant leaders as being able to force any compromise as needed.

Disagreement over which is better goes to the heart of the question of whether the Great Experiment, begun in 1776, had any chance, ever, of ending well.

Nothing here is meant to whitewash what many view as wrongdoing, espoused and instigated by the particular leaders who were king of the mountain, so to speak, at particular junctures in American history so far.

Some, such as I, believe a system able and inclined to perform as a semi-sovereign people, and a process allowing competing interests to duke out compromises, has resulted in more “inhumanities against mankind” than any particular dictatorship… over time.

A system under a wise and benevolent dictator can be humane and practical and successful for a while. And, so too, can a so-called “democratic” confederacy of somewhat sovereign states work well for a while.

Some of us believe the Great Experiment has done better over a couple of centuries, and will continue (if it does not wax into a dictatorship under one cultist party) to do better than a centralized despotism, over the long haul.

So far, not perfect, but better than others. In future, the system could morph into a different system, or it could fail to perform as what it set out to be in its beginning. Or it could perform well, in accordance with its original intents and purposes, preserved as planned.

We shall see.

But faulting any system of governance as being a “bad” one on basis of isolated decisions and actions would rule out every governmental system yet tried. So, in a system like that of the U. S., as it is today, the question most weighing, from my perspective, is: “What are the judgment, the motives and the intents of those in the majority at the present time?”

Makia Freeman February 22, 2018 - 2:12 am

You are not deemed any enemy. All genuine and constructive comments (with the purpose of finding the truth) are welcomed.

Putin is no angel. He must be quite ruthless to have made it to the top of the system in Russia. However, he has countered US dominance (on behalf of the NWO) with skill.

Any system of government is necessarily coercive. I explore this theme in my article:


Marj May 2, 2018 - 12:04 pm


So you believe the psychopathic liars who say the word, ‘NAZI’comes from ‘National Socialist’? I believe it comes from AshkeNAZI (fake Jews).

bluewater May 3, 2018 - 12:04 am

YES and NO…it goes way back to OFF PLANET but you are only INDOCTRINATED with a FAKE HISTORY that goes only back a few thousands years while the REAL HISTORY OF PLANET EARTH goes back millions of years as there were many civilizations before the nonsense taught by academia….
Nazi with HITLER are in Antarctica.
Hitler was helped by TALL WHITES who gave him ET technology and today have a NEW BERLIN in Antarctica.



bluewater May 3, 2018 - 12:53 pm

5 Years in prison in Russia for holocaust denial
To see this in the Forward (a high class Jewish publication) Click here.

My comment: Nice place. It is now confirmed who runs Russia. I have always maintained that Russia is a sleeping monster, just waiting for the right touch to wake up. One day it will, and the “freedom experiment” will be over. Then we won’t be getting dash cam footage of any more meteors . . Jim Stone

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