By SHARON K. GILBERT
January 16, 2009
THE PNAC (Project for a New American Century) website first came onto the neo-conservative scene back in December, 2000.
From that date until their mysterious disappearance in mid-2008, the movers and shakers of the PNAC think-tank cranked out numerous opinion papers on globalism and global governance.
The most famous of these documents is Rebuilding America’s Defenses, but there numerous others that are well worth your time. These publications and reports reflect neo-con and globalist thinking during the lead-up to the Iraq War and after.
We at PID first noticed the website’s absence around July of 2008, when we found a page with the following message:
This Account Has Been Suspended Please contact the billing/support department as soon as possible.
Pretty odd, huh? Well, they’re back, folks. At least the site is back. According to the registration information, the last update for the site was July, 2006.
Maybe, Bill Kristol, et. al are jumping back in the virtual saddle to help Obama with his presidential ride. We’ll see. And we’ll be watching. Oh, and if you’re interested in any of the papers listed there, consider downloading a copy of your own–for posterity. You never know when they might disappear–again.
Oh, and if you’re interested in exploring the Hegelian counter to PNAC, be sure to take a look at The Center for a New American Security