Do you ever get that “feeling” that you have seen this before?

Well Tubularsock calls it WARJÀ VU.

It is that “Here we go again moment”.

 George W. Bush promised a humble foreign policy with no nation building:

“If we don’t stop extending our troops all around the world in nation-building missions, then we’re going to have a serious problem coming down the road. And I’m going to prevent that.” (Candidate Bush)

He criticized the Clinton-Gore Administration for being too interventionist.


                                      Barack Obama spoke out against the impending war in Iraq in the fall of 2002 and in 2004 questioned the Bush administration’s management of the Iraq War, and highlighted America’s obligations to its soldiers.


As Ivo Daalder, a former National Security Council official under President Clinton who later headed up a team advising Obama on nonproliferation issues, put it, “There’s a feeling that this is a guy who’s going to help us transform the way America deals with the world.”

AND YET, Obama pursued similarly imperialistic policies to those of his predecessor, George W. Bush.
In fact, if you are counting Obama out did Bush in bombing and killing!

Bush: Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan and Somalia.

Obama: Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, Libya and Syria.


“I will never send our finest into battle unless necessary, and I mean absolutely necessary, and will only do so if we have a plan for victory with a capital V,” he thundered. “The world must know that we do not go abroad in search of enemies.” (candidate Trump)

Trump’s view  of the Iraq War BEFORE he was President:

*** March 2007 interview on CNN (“Declare victory and leave”)

*** 2008 interview with British GQ (“First, I’d get out of Iraq right now”)

*** 2011 interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan where Trump said he’d get US troops in Iraq “out real fast.”

Donald Trump promised an America First foreign policy that would shrink the US role on the world stage and spend more money at home than abroad.


1. Sending more American troops to Afghanistan.
no timetable for when those troops would come home.

2. Syria, where Trump has deployed sizable numbers of American combat forces and directly attacked the military of Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad.

3. Iraq, Trump has not only dispatched hundreds of new US troops to the country but has also put them closer to the front lines and given them more freedom to bombard targets from the air.

4. In Yemen, elite US special operations forces are conducting ground assaults while the US wages an increasingly brutal air campaign against

Trump even mused about sending the US military into Venezuela, though he didn’t offer any explanation of why or what their mission would be.

This is the exact opposite of what many of Trump’s core supporters had expected. And same went for Obama and Bush!

And here is the key:

We have never left the neoconservative foreign policy paradigm that the U.S. must dominate the world. And that is where regime change comes into play.

So these continuous wars that we find ourselves in, REGARDLESS OF THE FEELINGS OF THE AMERICAN PUBLIC, are due to a pre-fixed program of American domination.

And no matter which Party or what the President says about being AGAINST WAR, they are not.

Yet the public falls for it time after time.

As Zbigniew Brzezinski expressed, “Most Americans are close to total ignorance about the world. They are ignorant. That is an unhealthy condition in a country in which foreign policy has to be endorsed by the people if it is to be pursued. And it makes it much more difficult for any president to pursue an intelligent policy that does justice to the complexity of the world.”

So the way the ignorant citizen is directed into this false and dangerous foreign policy is by “false-flag” actions such as the Gulf of Tonkin and the 9/11.

Because an external enemy threat has been the tool to keep the citizens in line even when they are opposed to continuous wars.



John Bolton is so conservative that he, years ago, had fallen off the “right” end of the conservative spectrum into the lunatic fringe.

He believes that a first strike against North Korea and Iran would be acceptable.

He falls in with the Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz crowd that brought us the Iraq War.


Yes, not only delusional but just plain stupid in the dangerous way.

And Trump has appointed him his National Security Advisor.


Trump has appointed her the new Director of the CIA.

She not only condones torture but oversaw a black-site in Thailand for the purpose of torturing prisoners.

And on top of BEING A WAR CRIMINAL for that she also prepared the cable granting permission to destroy tapes with an industrial shredder of the interrogation sessions of terror detainees.

This was done after the CIA had been instructed NOT TO destroy the tapes.

The direction to prepare the cable granting destruction of evidence was given by Jose Rodriguez, director of the CIA’s Counterterrorism Center.

And is the classic case of “just following orders” from Gina.


And it will.

Which leads us to THE NEXT FALSE FLAG EVENT.

It is necessary to galvanize the American Public into supporting a war or wars they really don’t want.

Wouldn’t it be fun if Tubularsock was WRONG?

Sadly, he’s not. You’ll see.


  1. swo8 says:

    Power does strange things to people. Strange people do terrible things with power. (should we blame it on too much power?)

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Sha'Tara says:

    I don’t know how to respond, yet respond one must: your truth is painful, and it hurts. This isn’t the kind of world I want to live in, yet I am… Thanks for saying the things that need saying, Tube.

    Liked by 1 person

    • tubularsock says:

      Sha’Tara, thank you. Tubularsock doesn’t like much of what he researches BUT there is always a bright side to death and destruction. There is ALWAYS the Disney Channel.

      And even Tubularsock noticed the sun today.


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  3. sojourner says:

    Excellent, Tube! Spot on!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Jay says:

    Not a great trend.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. You are a genius. It is warja vu all over again.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Batt Guano says:

    Tube: IRONICALLY…the last times the US formally declared war against another nation was on December 8, 1941 against Japan and 3 days later against Germany & Italy (who had just declared war on us). And yet we have been almost constantly at war ever since.

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    • tubularsock says:

      Batt, that is a great reminder! Tubularsock had forgotten that little fact!

      Rather scary isn’t it. Oh, war? No haven’t been in one sense 1941. We’re a peace loving nation!


  7. Tube, it’s reached a point where war is not only the only US foreign policy – it’s the only US policy period.

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  8. Batt Guano says:

    Tube: such a serious subject inspires a poem…

    Our ancestors..the Neanderthals…
    Weren’t no fools…
    They made some rocks into tools…..
    But then instead…
    They also began to use them.. to bonk their neighbors on the head…
    And so the practice of war was born…
    And ever since our world has been torn..
    Between those who want to fight
    And those who are of a different light…
    Blessed are the peace makers, Jesus exclaimed…
    Shortly before he was beaten and maimed…
    The peacemakers go about their life…
    Trying to avoid blood and strife..
    But the war lovers sometimes seek a different role…
    Government office is often their goal.
    And once they have that awesome power…
    They take their nation into war…
    To settle some real or imagined score…
    So why is Trump now so bellicose…
    He wasn’t when the Vietnam War was close…
    And he got deferments from the draft…
    Power corrupts, Lord Acton said
    And power seems to have gone to Trump’s head…
    Look for him to have a plan…
    To fight North Korea and even Iran…
    So thank you Neanderthals
    For inventing a tool
    That evolved the power of life and death..
    Into the hands of.. An Orange haired fool…

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Batt Guano says:

    And the scary part is..that Trump may have a higher percentage of Neanderthal DNA than anyone else.

    Liked by 1 person

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