Awhile back I came across Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's views of "the world's "largest and most horrific Holocaust," the Pharisee-led Red Russian atrocities against the authentic, Christian White Russian peoples in 1917.
While most of the Bolshevik leaders were, in fact "Jewish," they were not traditional Jews and many willingly acted against other traditionalist (religious) Jews in seeking to eradicate all religions.
So those were the crimes of Pharisees and NOT those of traditional Jewish people, just as many of the sins of the Roman Catholic Church were the sins of that institutions political leaders and NOT those of traditional Catholics.
Bill Kristol and most, if not all of his fellow "Neocons" are indeed Pharisees, or Pharisaic Jews. They come out of the Communist/Bolshevik movement and insinuated their way into a fractured American Conservative movement in the late 1960s.
These are NOT, in any way, traditional, pro-American Conservatives. They are Pharisees who see America's proper role as "the policeman of the world" for THEIR own Pharisaic interests.
In the aftermath of America's incursion into Iraq, Kristol and other Neocons were effectively shut out of mainstream political discussion. THIS encounter with a military wife on C-Span would've stifled a more decent man (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8P3iXu495k), unfortunately, William Kristol ISN'T that kind of man.
NOW, he continues to claim that a 3rd-Party run will be made by a prominent Republican (Mitt Romney?...or Kritol's initial favorite, Rick Perry?). (http://www.cbsnews.com/news/weekly-standards-bill-kristol-new-candidate-will-compete-in-presidential-race/)
On Sunday, may 29th, Bill Kristol tweeted, "Just a heads up over this holiday weekend: There will be an independent candidate--an impressive one, with a strong team and a real chance."
Well, it's Tuesday...well past the Memorial Day weekend AND...so far....NOTHING!
This idiocy SHOULD exclude Kooky Bill Kristol and his Neocon pals from any further respect ANYWHERE.
Texas' deadline for new candidates passed earlier this month (Monday, May 9th, 2016). ANY Republican, or conservative candidate looking to run for President NEEDED to be on the ballot in Texas...and going in as "an official write-in candidate" just doesn't cut it.
After the failed "Rebuilding of Iraq" a mission supported completely and almost exclusively by the Neocons, the GOP SHOULD'VE cut ties with that faux "Conservative" group.
Well, here's yet another chance.