U.S. Department of Defense Planning Guide for 1994-1999 Quote

“We [the U.S.] must account sufficiently for the interests of the advanced industrial nations to discourage them from challenging our leadership or seeking to overturn the established political and economic order . . . we must maintain the mechanisms for deterring potential competitors from even aspiring to a larger regional or global role. ”

~ U.S. Department of Defense Planning Guide for 1994-1999

Washington Post, March 11, 1992; New York Times, March 8, 1999.

Ratings and Comments

JT Ready, Mesa, AZ

It is not a challenge of "leadership" which concerns these globalists, it is a challenge of their dominance and tyranny which sends these international bankers into further agression against soverign states and individual liberties.

Mike, Norwalk

immoral, scary, and unconstitutional beyond words

Dick, Fort Worth

Put in more familiar words, We're King of the Hill and, by God, they better know it.

Joe, Rochester, MI

The U.S. is a bully to every country in the world.

Senor Reek, Heartland West

The scary thing about "one world" and one ruler is "Who is smart/good/honest enuf to be the ruler?" And who have we got now? ... The biggest bozo we've ever elected pres.

E Archer, NYC

There you have it -- the absolute crux of US 'Defense' policy. It is not about protecting individual rights and freedom but cornering the market forever -- and crushing the competition at any cost.

Mike, Norwalk

wow, when the left, center, right and freemen constitutionalists all agree on the quote, it would seem there is hope after all

Ken, Allyn, WA

It's good to be the King! By the way, this didn't come out of GW's Defense Department, did it?


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