by Deanna Spingola
November 19, 2016
PNAC, promoters of American imperialism and “Full-spectrum” dominance, was funded by the Sarah Scaife Foundation, the John M. Olin Foundation and the Bradley Foundation.
A major PNAC focus was
Paul Wolfowitz said the anti-terrorism campaign has to be broad and sustained. “It's not going to stop if a few criminals are taken care of.”  Those few alleged criminals have greatly multiplied. Actually acts of terror have increased as a result of Bush’s “war on terror.”
Richard Perle said, “This
is total war. We are fighting a variety of enemies. There are lots of them out
there. All this talk about first we are going to do
In 1997, Israël Shahak wrote, “Since the spring of 1992, public opinion in Israel is being prepared for the prospect of a war with Iran, to be fought to bring about Iran’s total military and political defeat. In one version, Israel would attack Iran alone; in another it would ‘persuade’ the West to do the job.” 
On January 26, 1998, the PNAC war hawks, in a letter to President Clinton, urged him to invade Iraq to depose Saddam Hussein. This letter was signed by Elliott Abrams, Richard L. Armitage, William J. Bennett, Jeffrey Bergner, John Bolton Paula Dobriansky, Francis Fukuyama, Robert Kagan, Zalmay Khalilzad, William Kristol, Richard Perle, Peter W. Rodman, Donald Rumsfeld, William Schneider, Jr., Vin Weber, Paul Wolfowitz, R. James Woolsey and Robert B. Zoellick.
 Wolfowitz says Military Retaliation To Be Sustained, http://www.defense-aerospace.com/article-view/release/6571/us-promises-%22sustained%22-military-campaign-(sept.-14).html; last viewed 11/18/2016
 How Wide a War?, PBS, September 26, 2001, http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/terrorism/july-dec01/wide_war.html
 A New Pearl Harbor, http://www.ifamericansknew.org/us_ints/nc-pilger.html
 How 6 million People Were killed in CIA secret wars against third world countries, Information Clearing House, http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article4068.htm; last viewed 11/18/2016
 Israël Shahak, Open Secrets: Israeli Foreign and Nuclear Policies, Pluto Press, London, Chicago, Illinois, 1997, p. 54