You may not have heard of A Clean Break, the plan concocted by American neocons to give Israel control of the Middle East through American power. Pat Buchanan described the plan as America’s policy in 2003.
There seem to have been adjustments made to the plan since it was written, but the basic idea of Israeli hegemony over the Middle East is intact. The focus on destroying Syria is intact. The focus on destroying Iraq proved to be a winner.
This is an amazing foreign policy document that reveals Israel’s control of American foreign policy.
While none of us are experts in foreign policy, we can recognize evil when we see it.
Brief excerpt from Wikipedia
A Clean Break: A New Strategy for Securing the Realm (commonly known as the “Clean Break” report) is a policy document that was prepared in 1996 by a study group led by Richard Perle for Benjamin Netanyahu, the then Prime Minister of Israel. The report explained a new approach to solving Israel’s security problems in the Middle East with an emphasis on “Western values.” It has since been criticized for advocating an aggressive new policy including the removal of Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq and the containment of Syria by engaging in proxy warfare and highlighting its possession of “weapons of mass destruction”. Certain parts of the polices set forth in the paper were rejected by Netanyahu.
“Conclusions – Transcending the Arab-Israeli Conflict”
Israel’s new agenda can signal a clean break by abandoning a policy which assumed exhaustion and allowed strategic retreat by reestablishing the principle of preemption, rather than retaliation alone and by ceasing to absorb blows to the nation without response.”
“Israel’s new strategic agenda can shape the regional environment in ways that grant Israel the room to refocus its energies back to where they are most needed: to rejuvenate its national idea, which can only come through replacing Israel’s socialist foundations with a more sound footing; and to overcome its exhaustion, which threatens the survival of the nation.
Ultimately, Israel can do more than simply manage the Arab-Israeli conflict though war. No amount of weapons or victories will grant Israel the peace its seeks. When Israel is on a sound economic footing, and is free, powerful, and healthy internally, it will no longer simply manage the Arab–Israeli conflict; it will transcend it. As a senior Iraqi opposition leader said recently: Israel must rejuvenate and revitalize its moral and intellectual leadership. It is an important—if not the most important—element in the history of the Middle East. Israel—proud, wealthy, solid, and strong— would be the basis of a truly new and peaceful Middle East.
The polices set forth in the “Clean Break” report were rejected by Netanyahu.
Brian Whitaker reported in a September 2002 article  published in The Guardian that “With several of the Clean Break paper’s authors now holding key positions in Washington, the plan for Israel to transcend its foes by reshaping the Middle East looks a good deal more achievable today than it did in 1996. Americans may even be persuaded to give up their lives to achieve it.”
In March 2003, Patrick J. Buchanan, referring to the 2003 invasion of Iraq and the report, wrote, “Their plan, which urged Israel to re-establish ‘the principle of preemption,’ has now been imposed by Perle, Feith, Wurmser & Co. on the United States.”